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In this study, on-site bending experiments which represented realistic and pragmatic engineering applications were performed to investigate the resistance, deflection, and cracking process of latticed girder composite slabs. Then, utilizing ABAQUS software, nonlinear finite element (FE) models were established to investigate the behavior of the slabs. The modeling took into account the contact between the precast and cast-in-place concrete interfaces. Additionally, a damage-cracking methodologydoi:10.3390/su13073775 fatcat:knwdcrti7bcs5fqmrqmuowazam