Behavior of profiled steel sheet dry board system with window opening / Mohd Shaiful Azman Hj Abdul Rahim

Hj Abdul Rahim, Mohd Shaiful Azman (2002) Behavior of profiled steel sheet dry board system with window opening / Mohd Shaiful Azman Hj Abdul Rahim. [Student Project] (Unpublished)


A study on the behavior of Profile Steel Sheet Dry Board (PSSDB) with Window Opening was carried out experimentally. Profiled steel sheeting dry board system is a composite system that can be constructed as load bearing structures building system. This panel system consists of two dry boards (cemboard) attached to profiled steel sheet (Bondek II) using mechanical connectors (self-drill screws) to form a core panel. PSSDB is a new innovative composite construction system with potential to be expended in application as an alternative to flooring, wall unit and roofing system. This research included some aspects including the testing apparatus, testing method and the analysis of the results. The specimens tested were of the Profiled Steel Sheet Dryboard with window opening. There were 3 samples tested in this research. The first two samples consist of overlap PSS and the other sample was non-overlapped. The size of each specimen is 1000mm x 600mm and the window opening at the center of the specimen is 400mm x 240mm. The specimens were subjected to axial load. Comparisons were made between the specimen with overlap and that without overlap. The parameters measured were ultimate load capacity and deformation patterns. The ultimate load capacity for overlap sample was found to be 180.5kN and 173.3kN and 68.4 kN for non-overlap.


Item Type: Student Project
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Hj Abdul Rahim, Mohd Shaiful AzmanUNSPECIFIED
Divisions: Universiti Teknologi MARA, Shah Alam > Faculty of Civil Engineering
Item ID: 18080
Uncontrolled Keywords: Steel; Sheet dry board system; Window opening


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