Dr. T. Yang
Dr. T. Yang obtained his doctoral degree from Tongji University in 2012. His doctoral thesis was about fatigue performance of steel-concrete composite beams prestressed with external prestressing tendons.
Mechanical performance of prefabricated steel-concrete composite beams:
Prefabricated steel-concrete composite beams are composed of steel girders, shear connectors, and precast concrete slabs, which are readily to realize fully prefabricated construction. However, some new hotspots generate for prefabricated composite beams, such as the fatigue performance of beams and the shear performance of post-installed connectors. Therefore, it’s worthy of discovering the mechanical behaviour of prefabricated composite beams, and this is also the research topic I’m interested in.
Funding organization: NSFC&CSC
Mechanical performance of prefabricated steel-concrete composite beams, including static performance, fatigue performance, and so on.
Li X, Yang T, Zhang Y B, et al. Flexural behavior of innovative posttensioned composite beams with corrugated steel webs. Advances in Materials Science and Engineering, 2021, 5512782.
Yang T, Liu Z K, Lian J M. Progressive collapse of RC flat slab substructures with unbonded posttensioning strands after the loss of an exterior column. Engineering Structures. 2021, 234, 111989.
Yang T, Liu S Y, Qing B X, et al. Experimental study on multi-bolt shear connectors of prefabricated steel-concrete composite beams. Journal of Constructional Steel Research, 2020, 173, 106260.
Yang T, Chen W Q, Han Z Q. Experimental investigation of progressive collapse of prestressed concrete frames after the loss of middle column, Advances in Civil Engineering, 2020, 8219712.