A Study on Composite Structures – A Solution for High rise Structures in India

Authors

  • Minakshee Roshan Rikibe Masters Student, Department of Civil Engineering, Imperial College of Engineering and Research, Wagholi, India
  • Vijaykumar Bhusari Professor, Department of Civil Engineering, Imperial College of Engineering and Research, Wagholi, India

Keywords:

adaption, composite construction, cater, high-rise, precast

Abstract

The development of composite structures resulted in a significant reduction in dead-load and was viewed as a viable replacement for traditional R.C.C structures in Western and European countries. Composite construction was quickly adopted for a wide range of construction projects that were generally based on structural steel frame due to its efficiency and benefits. This research study begins with an overview of the history, contemporary advances, theory, and design of steel and concrete composite structures, with a focus on building an Indian standard code of practice for precast composite structures for widespread application in India's construction industry. Technical research papers and live tests are recommended for the establishment of an Indian standard book of Codal practice for precast composite construction. The use of composite construction in high-rise residential apartments can assist meet the ever-increasing demand for housing in urban areas by speeding up construction and finishing projects within the needed time period, among other advantages.

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Published

17-04-2022

How to Cite

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M. R. Rikibe and V. Bhusari, “A Study on Composite Structures – A Solution for High rise Structures in India”, IJRESM, vol. 5, no. 4, pp. 52–56, Apr. 2022.

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