composite column


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composite column

[kəm′päz·ət ′käl·əm]
(civil engineering)
A concrete column having a structural-steel or cast-iron core with a maximum core area of 20.

composite column

A column in which a metal structural member is completely encased in concrete containing special spiral reinforcement. See also: Bethlehem column

composite column

A column in which a metal structural member is completely encased in concrete containing special and longitudinal reinforcement.
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The percentage decrease in the deflection of the composite column having slenderness ratio of 40 is about 6.
The typical failure mode of the composite column was local failure mechanism as shown in Figure 3.
The cause of failure of the composite column, in which axial force was applied to the whole surface of section, was due to concrete crushing in the upper supporting zone (Fig 4).
Tapered concrete-filled steel composite columns can be used for high and low rise buildings because of their large load carrying capacity and high ductility.
The new vertical and horizontal structures are a combination of composite columns and cross monolithic reinforced concrete slabs thickness.
Composite columns which comprise steel and concrete also have the structural advantages of the two materials.
Description of Power: shoring, steel composite columns, steel roof structure and steel bridge construction.
An extensive variety of composite columns are available nowadays, but the concrete filled steel tubular (CFST) sections are most commonly used.
Significantly revised chapters on columns, plates, composite columns and structural systems, frame stability, and arches
01 Reconstruction - and building" has a total of 4 floors (3 above ground and 1 part ground floor) and flat roof, new supporting structures are a combination of composite columns and monolithic reinforced concrete slabs.