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composite products

composite products

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I want to know some references of the design and applications of composite products like "metalcrete", it means concrete and steel studs. Do you use it? How does it work in several earthquakes?. Where can I get some papers for study this kind of design?

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"Why not begin at the beginning?" --The Wizard of Oz
http://www.metalcrete.com
Lots of technical info, application details, reports.
They are headquartered in earthquake country (Pasadena, California)and have available reports on compliance to UBC & Los Angeles BC:
"MSC [MetalStudCrete®] panels can be engineered for Seismic Zone IV and hurricane type wind loads. Refer to ICBO Report No. ER5446 and L. A. Research Report No. 25419 for shear-flow analysis and other engineering data."
http://www.metalcrete.com/TechnicalInfo/Docs/ICBO-ER-54...
http://www.metalcrete.com/TechnicalInfo/Docs/LARR25419....
The LA document is an adaptation of the ICBO report.
 

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