Structural Design of Steelwork

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Structural Design of Steelwork


Contents


1 General 
1.1 Description of steel structures 
1.2 Development, manufacture and types of steel 
1.3 Structural design 
1.4 Fabrication of steelwork

CHAPTER 2

2 Mechanical Properties of Structural Steel 
2.1 Variation of material properties 
2.2 Characteristic strength 
2.3 Design strength 
2.4 Other design values for steel 
2.5 Corrosion and durability of steelwork
2.6 Brittle fracture 
2.7 Residual stresses 
2.8 Fatigue 
2.9 Stress concentrations 
2.10 Failure criteria for steel 

CHAPTER 3

3 Actions 
3.1 Description 
3.2 Classification of actions 
3.3 Actions varying in time 
3.4 Design values of actions 
3.5 Actions with spatial variation 

CHAPTER 4

4 Laterally Restrained Beams 
4.1 Structural classification of sections 35
4.2 Elastic section properties and analysis in bending 38
4.3 Elastic shear stresses 54
4.4 Elastic torsional shear stresses 62
4.5 Plastic section properties and analysis 67
4.6 Effect of shear force on the plastic moment of resistance 73
4.7 Lateral restraint 77
4.8 Resistance of beams to transverse forces 78

CHAPTER 5

5 Laterally Unrestrained Beams 91
5.1 Lateral torsional buckling of rolled sections symmetric about both axes 91
5.2 Pure torsional buckling 127
5.3 Plate girders 132

CHAPTER 6

6 Axially Loaded Members 175
6.1 Axially loaded tension members 175
6.2 Combined bending and axial force – excluding buckling 177
6.3 Buckling of axially loaded compression members 180
6.4 Combined bending and axial force – with buckling 190

CHAPTER 7

7 Structural Joints 198
7.1 Introduction 198
7.2 The ideal structural joint 199
7.3 Welded joints 199
7.4 Bolted joints 207
7.5 Plate thicknesses for joint components 218
7.6 Joints subject to shear forces 224
7.7 Joints subject to eccentric shear forces 225
7.8 Joints with end bearing 226
7.9 ‘Pinned’ joints 228
7.10 ‘Rigid’ joints 230
7.11 Joint rotational stiffness 275
7.12 Frame-to-joint stiffness 277

CHAPTER 8

8 Frames and Framing 282
8.1 Single storey structures 282
8.2 Multi-storey construction 283
8.3 Influence of connection design and detailing 286
8.4 Structural actions 286
8.5 Single storey structures under horizontal loading 288
8.6 Multi-storey construction 293
8.7 Behaviour under accidental effects 294
8.8 Transmission of loading 298
8.9 Design of bracing 300
8.10 Fire performance 301
8.11 Additional design constraints 303
8.12 Design philosophies 306
8.13 Design issues for multi-storey structures 310
8.14 Portal frame design 314

CHAPTER 9

9 Trusses 341
9.1 Triangulated trusses 341
9.2 Non-triangulated trusses 347

CHAPTER 10

10 Composite Construction 358
10.1 Composite slabs 358
10.2 Design of decking 359
10.3 Composite beams 370
10.4 Composite columns 395

CHAPTER 11

11 Cold-formed Steel Sections 413
11.1 Analytical model 414
11.2 Local buckling 419
11.3 Distortional buckling 424
11.4 Lateral–torsional buckling 430
11.5 Calculation of deflections 434
11.6 Finite strip methods 435
11.7 Design methods for beams partially restrained by sheeting 442
11.8 Working examples 445
11.9 Chapter conclusions 453

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