Structural Steelwork

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Structural Steelwork


Contents

Preface to the third edition
Preface to the second edition
Preface to the first edition  

Chapter 1    INTRODUCTION

1.1     Steel structures    
1.2     Structural elements  
1.3     Structural design    
1.4     Design methods    
1.5     Design calculations and computing      
1.6     Detailing      

Chapter 2    LIMIT STATE DESIGN       

2.1     Limit state design principles      
2.2     Limit states for steel design      
2.3     Working and factored loads    
2.4     Stability limit states    
2.5     Structural integrity    
2.6     Serviceability limit state deflection    
2.7     Design strength of materials    
2.8     Design methods for buildings  

Chapter 3    MATERIALS     

3.1     Structural steel properties    
3.2     Design considerations    
3.3     Steel sections    
3.4     Section properties  

Chapter 4    BEAMS      

4.1     Types and uses    
4.2     Beam loads    
4.3     Classification of beam cross-sections    
4.4     Bending stresses and moment capacity    
4.5     Lateral torsional buckling       344.6     Shear in beams    
4.7     Deflection of beams    
4.8     Beam connections    
4.9     Examples of beam design    
4.10   Compound beams    
4.11   Crane beams    
4.12   Purlins    
4.13   Sheeting rails    

Chapter 5    PLATE GIRDERS      

5.1     Design considerations    
5.2     Behaviour of a plate girder    
5.3     Design to BS 5950: Part 1  
5.4     Design of a plate girder  
5.5     Design utilizing tension field action  

Chapter 6    TENSION MEMBERS   

6.1     Uses, types and design considerations  
6.2     End connections  
6.3     Structural behaviour of tension members  
6.4     Design of tension members  
6.5     Design examples  

Chapter 7    COMPRESSION MEMBERS     

7.1     Types and uses  
7.2     Loads on compression members  
7.3     Classification of cross-sections  
7.4     Axially loaded compression members  
7.5     Beam columns  
7.6     Eccentrically loaded columns in buildings  
7.7     Cased columns subjected to axial load and moment  
7.8     Side column for a single-storey industrial building  
7.9     Crane columns  
7.10   Column bases  

Chapter 8    TRUSSES AND BRACING     

8.1     Trusses—types, uses and truss members  
8.2     Loads on trusses  
8.3     Analysis of trusses  
8.4     Design of truss members  
8.5     Truss connections  
8.6     Design of a roof truss for an industrial building  
8.7     Bracing

Chapter 9    PORTAL FRAMES    

9.1     Design and construction  
9.2     Elastic design  
9.3     Plastic design  
9.4     In-plane stability  
9.5     Restraints and member stability  
9.6     Serviceability check for eaves deflection  
9.7     Design of joints  
9.8     Design example of a portal frame  
9.9     Further reading for portal design  

Chapter 10    CONNECTIONS     

10.1     Types of connections  
10.2     Non-preloaded bolts  
10.3     Preloaded bolts  
10.4     Welded connections  
10.5     Further considerations in design of connections  

Chapter 11    WORKSHOP STEELWORK DESIGN EXAMPLE    

11.1     Introduction  
11.2     Basic design loads  
11.3     Computer analysis data
11.4     Results of computer analysis  
11.5     Structural design of members  
11.6     Steelwork detailing  

Chapter 12    STEELWORK DETAILING    

12.1     Drawings  
12.2     General recommendations  
12.3     Steel sections  
12.4     Grids and marking plans  
12.5     Bolts  
12.6     Welds  
12.7     Beams
12.8     Plate girders  
12.9     Columns and bases  
12.10   Trusses and lattice girders  
12.11   Computer-aided drafting  
References      
Index       
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