The Asian Review of Civil Engineering (TARCE)
Experimental Investigation and Comparison of Composite Slab with Perpendicular and Skew Type Steel DeckingAuthor : E. Navaneetha and V. Niranjan
Volume 7 No.1 January-June 2018 pp 11-14
Composite floor is widely used in the building industry in the last decades. The casting of concrete is carried out on corrugated steel plate which is supported by beams. The efficiency of composite slabs depends on composite action between the steel and concrete structural members. Composite slab with profiled steel decking has proved over the years to be one of the simpler, faster, lighter and economical constructions in steel-framed building systems. This system is well accepted by the construction industry due to the many advantages over other types of floor systems.
Composite slab reinforced with profiled steel decking sheet means there is a provision in the system for positive mechanical interlock between the interface of concrete and the steel deck by means of embossments. The profiled decking sheet must provide resistance to vertical separation and horizontal slippage between the contact surface of the concrete and the decking sheet. It also permits the transfer of shear stresses from the concrete slab to the steel deck. The main objective of this project is to investigate and compare the composite slab with perpendicular and skew type steel decking.
Composite Slab, Skew Type, Steel Decking
 Bing Wang, Qiao Huang and Xiaoling, “Experimental investigation of steel concrete composite beams with different degrees of shear connection under monotonic and fatigue loads”, Advanced in Structural Engineering, 2017.
 Georgios S. Papavasileion, “Analytical framework for the substitution of steel-concrete composite column with equivalent steel sections in structural design”, Structural Engineering, 2017.
 Katrin Habel, “Composite ultra-high-performance fiber-reinforced concrete (UHPFRC) and conventional reinforced concrete structural members are investigated to assess the rehabilitation potential for existing concrete structures”, Vol. 4, No. 37, 2017.
 V Aparna, “The experimental investigations on steel tubes filled with different types of concrete”, 2017.
 R. Baskar, “Study on experimental and finite element modeling of Composite deck slabs with and without embossments”, Vol. 12, No. 9, pp.1987-1993, 2017.
 P. Indira Devi, “Investigating the improvements of hollow steel tubes filled with concrete and externally bonded with fibre reinforced polymers”, 2016.  Kristi L. Selden, “Experimental investigations focused on the thermal and structural behavior of composite beams with shear connections subjected to fire conditions”, Vol. 142, No. 2, pp.196-217, 2016.