Feb 14, 2010

Fatigue on headed stud connectors in composite bridges

Fatigue on headed stud connectors in composite bridges is a civil engineering project and tell about the composite bridges which are used for road and railroad bridges. The aim in this thesis is to investigate the residual strength of 22 mm headed stud connectors and if possible derive an equation for residual strength. In BV BRO the residual strength is neglected in design of ultimate limit state, but in e.g. Eurocode and BRO 2002 it is taken into account. One objective is to evaluate the assumption made in BV BRO. You can also Subscribe to FINAL YEAR PROJECT'S by Email for more such civil Projects and civil Seminar.

Fatigue loading makes cracks, initiated by welding, propagate and in this way the strength of shear connectors are decreased during the fatigue life.

Author:-Markus Bro and Marie


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