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This Manual is the fourteenth major update of the AISC Steel Construction Manual, which was first published in 1927. Replacing the 13th Edition Manual, the 14th Edition Manual contains several updates and revisions, including the new HP18 and HP16 series, updated connection tables based on increased bolt shear strength


Características

  • ISBN: 1564240606
  • Páginas: 2190
  • Tamaño: 17X24
  • Edición: 14ª
  • Idioma: Inglés
  • Año: 2011

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Contenido Steel Construction Manual

This Manual is the fourteenth major update of the AISC Steel Construction Manual, which was first published in 1927. Replacing the 13th Edition Manual, the 14th Edition Manual contains several updates and revisions, including the new HP18 and HP16 series, updated connection tables based on increased bolt shear strength values, revised single-plate and extended single-plate connection design procedures, enhanced prying action procedure, and a revised bracket plate design procedure. The most current printing of this publication is the second printing.

The following specifications, codes and standards are printed in Part 16 of this Manual:

    2010 Specification for Structural Steel Buildings, including the new Chapter N on QC and QA, expanded composite design provisions, and improved slip-critical connection provisions
    2009 RCSC Specification for Structural Joints Using High-Strength Bolts
    2010 AISC Code of Standard Practice for Steel Buildings and Bridges

CONTENTS


PART 1. DIMENSIONS AND PROPERTIES

- SCOPE
- STRUCTURAL PRODUCTS
  - W-, M-, S- and HP-Shapes
  - Channels
  - Angles
  - Structural Tees ( WT, MT,and ST-Shapes
  - Hollow Structural Section ( HSS )
  - Pipe
  - Double Angles
  - W-Shapes and S-Shapes with cap Channels
  - Plate products
  - Raised-Patterm Floor Plates
  - Crane Rails
  - Other Structural Products
- STANDARS MILL PRACTICES
  - Hot.Rolled Structural Shapes
  - Hollow Structural Sections
  - Pìpe
  - Plate Products
- PART 1 REFERENCES
- TABLE OF DESIGN DIMENSIONS,DETAILING DIMENSIONS,AND AXIAL STRONG-AXIS FLEXURAL,AND WEAK-AXIS FLEXURAL
   PROPERTIES
   - Table 1.1 W-Shapes
   - Table 1.2 M-Shapes
   - Table 1.3 S- Shapes
   - Table 1.4 HP-Shapes
   - Table 1.5 C-Shapes
   - Table 1.6 MC-Shapes
   - Table 1.7 Angles
   - Table 1.7A Workable Gages in Angle Legs
   - Table 1.7B Compactness Criteria for Angles
   - Table 1.8 WT-Shapes
   - Table 1.9 MT -Shapes
   - Table 1.10 ST- Shapes
   - Table 1.11 Rectangular HSS
   - Table 1.12 Square HSS
   - Table 1.12A Rectangular and Square HSS Compactness Criteria
   - Table 1.13 Round HSS
   - Table 1.14 Pipe
   - Table 1.15 Double Angles
   - Table 1.16 2C-Shapes
   - Table 1.17 2MC Shapes
   - Table 1.18 Weights of Raised-Pattern Floor Plates
   - Table 1.19 W-Shapes with Cap Channels
   - Table 1.20 S-Shapes with Cap Channels
   - Table 1.21 Crane Rails
   - Table 1.22 ASTM A6 Tolerances for W-Shapes and HP-Shapes
   - Table 1.23 ASTM A6 Tolerances for S-Shapes and HP-Shapes
   - Table 1.24 ASTM A6 Tolerances for WT-Shapes and HP-Shapes
   - Table 1.25 ASTM A6 Tolerances for Angles, 3 in.and Larger
   - Table 1.26 ASTM A6 Tolerances for Angles, 3 in
   - Table 1.27 Tolerances for Rectangular and Square HSS
   - Table 1.28 Tolerances for Round and Pipe
   - Table 1.29 Rectangular Sheared Plates

PART 2 GENERAL DESIGN CONSIDERATIONS

- SCOPE
- APPLICABLE SPECIFICATIONS,CODES AND STANDARDS
  - Specifications,Codes and Standards for Structural Steel Buildings
    - Additional Requirements for Seismic Applications
  - Other AISC Reference Documents
- OSHA REQUIREMENTS
  - Columns and Column Base Plates
  - Safety Cables
  - Beams and Bracing
  - Cantilevers
  - Joists
  - Walking/Working Surfaces
  - Controlling Contractor
- USING THE 2010 AISC SPECIFICATION
  - Load and Resistance Factor Design (LRFD)
  - Allowable Strength Design ( ASD)
- DESIGN FUNDAMENTALS
  - Loads ,Load Factors and Load Cobinations
  - Load and Resistance Factor Design
  - Allowable Strength Design
  - Superposition of Loads in Load Combinations
  - Nominal Strengths,Resistance Factors,Safety Factors and Available Strengths
  - Serviceability
  - Structural Integrity
  - Progressive Collapse
  - Required Strength,Stability,Effective Length,and Second.- Order Effects
  - Simplified Determination of required Strength
    - Table 2-1. Multipliers for Use with the Simplified Method
- STABILITY BRACING
    - Simple Span Beams
    - Beam Ends Supported on Bearing Plates
    - Beam and Girders Framing Continuously Over Columns
- PROPERLY SPECIFIYING MATERIALS
    - Availability
    - Material Specifications
    - Other Specifications
    - Other Products
       - Anchor rods
       - Raised-Pattern Floor Plates
       - Sheet and Strip
       - Filler Metal
       - Steel Headed Stud Anchor
       - Open-Web Steel Joists
       - Castellated Beams
       - Steel Castings and Forgings
       - Forged Steel Structural Hardware
       - Crane Rails
- CONTRACT DOCUMENT INFORMATION
  - Design Drawings,Specifications and Other Contract Documents
    - Required Information
    - Information Required Only When Specified
    - Approvals Required
 - Establishing Criteria for connections
   - Simple Shear Connections
   - Moment Connections
   - Horizontal and vertical Bracing Connections
   - Strut and Tie Connections
   - Truss Connections
   - Column Splices
- CONSTRUCTABILITY
- TOLERANCES
  - Mill Tolerances
  - Fabrication Tolerances
  - Erection Tolerances
 - Building Facade Tolerances
- QUALITY CONTROL AND QUALITY ASSURANCE CAMBERING,CURVING AND STRAIGHTENING
- Beam Camber and Sweep
  - Cold Bending
  - Hot Bending
- Truss Camber
- Staightening
- FIRE PROTECTION AND ENGINEERING
- CORROSION PROTECCION
- RENOVATION AND RETROFIT OF EXISTING STRUCTURES
- THERMAL EFFECTS
  - Expansion and Contraction
  - Elevated-Temperature Service
- FATIGUE AND FRACTURE CONTROL
  - Avoiding Brittle Fracture
  - Avoiding Lamellar Tearing
- WIND AND SEISMIC DESIGN
  - Wind and Low-Seismic Applications
  - High-Seismic Applications
- PART 2 REFERENCES
- TABLES FOR THE GENERAL DESIGN AND SPECIFICATION OF MATERIALS
  - Table 2.2 Summary Comparison of Methods for Stability Analysis and Design
  - Table 2.3 AISI Standard Nomenclature for Flat-Rolled Carbon Steel
  - Table 2.4 Aplicable ASTM Specifications for Various Structural Shapes
  - Table 2.5 Aplicable ASTM Specifications for Plate and Bars
  - Table 2.6 Applicable ASTM Specifications for Various Types of Structural Fasteners
  - Table 2.7 Metal Fastener Compatibility to Resist Corrosion
  - Table 2.8 Summary of Surface Preparation Specifications

PART 3 DESIGN OF FLEXURAL MEMBERS

- SCOPE
- SECTION PROPERTIES AND AREAS
  - For Flexure
  - For Shear
- FLEXURAL STRENGTH
  - Braced,Compact Flexural Members
  - Unbraced Flexural Members
  - Noncompact of Slender Cross Sections
  - Available Flexural Strength for Weak-Axis Bending
- LOCAL BUCKLING
  - Classification of Spans for Flexure
  - Consideration of Moment Gradient
- LATERAL-TORSIONAL BUCKLING
  - Classification of Spans for Flexure
  - Consideration of moment Gradient
- AVAILABLE SHEAR STRENGTH
- STEEL W-SHAPE BEAMS WITH COMPOSITE SLABS
  - Concrete Slab Effective Width
  - Steel Anchors
  - Available Flexural Strength for Positive Moment
  - Shored and Unshored Construction
  - Available ShEAR Strength
- OTHER SPECIFICATION REQUIREMENTS AND DESIGN CONSIDERATIONS
  - Special Requirements for Heavy Shapes and Plates
  - Serviceability
- DESIGN TABLE DISCUSSION
  - Flexural
  - W-Shape Selection Tables
  - Maximum Total Uniform Load Tables
  - Plots of Available Flexural Strength vs Unbraced Length
  - Available Flexural Strength of HSS
  - Strength of Other Flexural Members
  - Composite Beam Selection Tables
  - Beam Diagrams and Formulas
- PART 3 REFERENCES
- DESIGN TABLES
   - Flexural Design Tables
     - Table 3-1 Values of Cb for Simply Supported Beams
   - W-Shape Selection Tables
     - Table 3.2 W.Shapes- Selection by Zx
     - Table 3.3.W.Shapes -Selection by Ix
     - Table 3.4 W.Shapes- Selection by Zy
     - Table 3.5 W.Shapes- Selection by Iy
   - Maximum Total Uniform Load Tables
     - Table 3.6 W.Shapes- Maximum Total Uniform Load
     - Table 3.7 S.Shapes - Maximum Total Uniform Load
     - Table 3.8 C.Shapes - Maximum Total Uniform Load
     - Table 3.9 MC.Shapes - Maximum Total Uniform Load
   - Plots of Available Flexural Strength vs Unbraced Length
     - Table 3.10. W.Shapes - Plots of Available Moment vs Umbraced Length
     - Table 3.11. C. and MC-Shapes- Plots of Available Moment vs Umbraced Length
   - Available Flexural Strength of HSS
     - Table 3.12 Rectangular HSS - Available Flexural Strength
     - Table 3.13.Square HSS -Available Flexural Strength
     - Table 3.14 Round HSS Available Flexural Strength
     - Table 3.15 Pipe- Available Flexural Strength
   - Strength of Other Flexural Members
     - Table 3.16 and 3-17 Available Shear Stress in Plate Ginders
     - Table 3.18 Floor Plates
   - Composite Beam Selection Tables
     - Table 3.19 Composite W.Shapes
     - Table 3.20 Lower Bound Elastic Moment of Inertia
     - Table 3.21 Nonimal Horizontal Shear Strength for One Steel Headed Stud Anchor Qn
   - Beam Diagrams and Formulas
     - Table 3.22a Concentrated Load Equivalents
     - Table 3.22b Cantilevered Beams
     - Table 3.22c Continuous Beams
     - Table 3.23 Shears.Moments and Deflections

PART 4 DESIGN OF COMPRESSION MEMBERS

- SCOPE
- AVAILABLE COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH
- LOCAL BUCKLING
  - Determining the width-thickness ratios of the cross section
  - Determining the Slenderness of the cross section
- EFFECTIVE LENGTH AND COLUMN SLENDERNESS
- COMPOSITE COMPRESSION MEMBERS
- DESIGN TABLE DISCUSSION
  - Steel Compression-Member Selection Tables
  - Composite Compression-Member Selection Tables
- PART 4. REFERENCES
- STEEL COMPRESSION - MEMBER SELECTION TABLES
  - Table 4.1. W.Shapes in Axial Compression
  - Table 4.2. HP Shapes in Axial Compression
  - Table 4.3 Rectangular HSS in Axial Compression
  - Table 4.4 Square HSS in Axial Compression
  - Table 4.5 Round HSS in Axial Compression
  - Table 4.6 Pipe in Axial Compression
  - Table 4.7 WT.Shapes in Axial Compression3666
  - Table 4.8 Equal-Leg Double Angles in Axial Compression
  - Table 4.9 LLBB Double Angles in Axial Compression
  - Table 4.10 SLBB Double Angles in Axial Compression
  - Table 4.11 Concentrically Loaded Single Angles in Axial Compression
  - Table 4.12 Eccentrically Loaded Single Angles in Axial Compression
- COMPOSITE COMPRESSION - MEMBER SELECTION TABLES

  - Table 4.13 Rectangular HSS Filled with 4-ksi Normal Weight Concrete in Axial Compression
  - Table 4.14 Rectangular HSS Filled with 5-ksi Normal Weight Concrete in Axial Compression
  - Table 4-15 Square HSS Filled with 4-ksi Normal Weight Concrete in Axial Compression
  - Table 4.16 Square HSS Filled with 5-ksi Normal Weight Concrete in Axial Compression
  - Table 4.17 Round HSS Filled with 4.ksi  Normal Weight Concrete in Axial Compression
  - Table 4.18 Round HSS Filled with with 5-ksi Normal Weight Concrete in Axial Compression
  - Table 4.19 Pipe Filled with 4-ksi Normal Weight Concrete in Axial Compression
  - Table 4.20 Pipe Filled with 5-ksi Normal Weight Concrete in Axial Compression
  - Table 4.21 Stiffness Reduction Factor
  - Table 4.22 Available Critical Stress for compression Members

PART 5 DESIGN OF TENSION MEMBERS

- SCOPE
- GROSS AREA,NET AREA AND EFFECTIVE NET ARES
  - Gross Area
  - Effective Net Area
- TENSILE STRENGTH
  - Yielding Limit State
  - Rupture Limit State
- OTHER SPECIFICATION REQUIREMENTS AND DESIGN  CONSIDERATIONS
  - Special  Requirements for Heavy Shapes and Plates
  - Slenderness
- DESIGN TABLE DISCUSSION
- STEEL TENSION MEMBER SELECTION TABLES
  - Table 5.1 W-Shapes
  - Table 5.2 Angles
  - Table 5.3 W.T Shapes
  - Table 5.4 Rectangular HSS
  - Table 5.5 Square HSS
  - Table 5.6 Round HSS
  - Table 5.7 Pipe
  - Table 5.8 Double Angles

PART 6 DESIGN OF MEMBERS SUBJECT TO COMBINED FORCES

- SCOPE
- COMPACT NONCOMPACT AND SLENDER ELEMENT SECTIONS
- MEMBER SUBJECT TO COMBINED FLEXURE AND AXIAL  COMPRESSION
- MEMBER SUBJECT TO COMBINED FLEXURE AND AXIAL TENSION FLEXURE,SHEAR AND/OR AXIAL FORCE
- MEMBER WITH HOLES
- COMPOSITE MEMBERS SUBJECT TO COMBINED FLEXURE AND AXIAL COMPRESSION
- DESIGN TABLE DISCUSSION
- PART 6 REFERENCES
- STEEL BEAM-COLUMN SELECTION TABLES
  - Table 6-1. Combined Flexure and Axial Force W-Shapes

PART 7 DESIGN CONSIDERATIONS FOR BOLTS

- SCOPE
- GENERAL REQUIREMENTS FOR BOLTED JOINTS
  - Fastener Components
  - Proper Selection of Bolt Length
  - Washer Requirements
  - Nut Requirements
  - Bolted Parts
- PROPER SPECIFICATION OF JOINTS TYPE
  - Snug-Tightened Joints
  - Pretensioned Joints
  - Slip-Critical Joints
- DESIGN REQUIREMENTS
  - Shear
  - Tension
  - Combined Shear and Tension
  - Bearing Strength at Bolt Holes
  - Slip Resistance
- ECCENTRICALLY LOADED BOLT GROUPS
  - Eccentricity in the Plane of the Faying Surface
     - Instantaneous Center of Rotation Method
     - Elastic Method
  - Eccentricity Normal to the Plane of the Faying Surface
     - Case I. Neutral Axis Not at Center of Gravity
     - Case II.Neutral Axis at Center of Gravity
- SPECIAL CONSIDERATIONS FOR HOLLOW STRUCTURAL SECTIONS
  - Through Bolting to HSS
  - Blind Bolts
    - Flow-Drilling
  - Threaded Studs to HSS
  - Nailing to HSS
  - Screwing to HSS
    - Connection Shear per Screw
- OTHER SPECIFICATION REQUIREMENTS AND DESIGN CONSIDERATIONS
  - Placement of Bolt Groups
  - Bolts in Combination with welds or rivets
  - Galvanizing High-Strength Bolts and Nuts
  - Reuse of Bolts
  - Fatigue Applications
  - Entering and Tighening Clearances
  - Fully Threaded ASTM A325 Bolts
  - ASTM A307 Bolts
  - ASTM A449 Bolts
- DESIGN TABLE DISCUSSION
- PART 7 REFERENCES
- DESIGN TABLES
  - Table 7-1 Available Shear Strength of Bolts
  - Table 7.2 Available Tensile Strength of Bolts
  - Table 7.3 Slip-Critical Connections,Avalilable Shear Strength
  - Table 7.4 and 7.5 Available Bearing Strength at Bolt Holes
  - Table 7.6 through 7.13 Coefficients C for Eccentrically Loaded Bolt Groups
  - Table 7.14 Dimensions of High-Strength Fasteners
  - Table 7.15 and 7.16 Entering and Tightening Clearance
  - Table 7.17 Threading Dimensions for High-Strength and Non-High-Strength Bolts
  - Table 7.18 Weights of High Strength Fasteners
  - Table 7.19 Dimensions of Non-High Strength Fasteners
  - Table 7.20,7,21 and 7.22 Weights of Non High-Strength Fasteners

PART 8 DESIGN CONSIDERATIONS FOR WELDS

- SCOPE
- GENERAL REQUIREMENTS FOR WELDED JOINTS
  - Consumables
  - Therman Cutting
  - Air-Arc Gouging
  - Inspection
    - Visual Testing ( VT )
    - Penetrant Testing ( PT )
    - Magnetic Particle Testing ( MT )
    - Ultrasonic Testing ( UT )
    - Radiographic Testing ( RT )
- PROPER SPECIFICATION OF JOINT TYPE
    - Selection of Weld Type
       - Weld Symbols
    - Available Strength
       - Effect of Load Angle
- CONCENTRICALLY LOADED WELD GROUPS ECCENTRICALLY LOADED WELD GROUPS
   - Eccentricity in the Plane of the Faying Surface
     - Instantaneous Center of Rotation Method
     - Elastic Method
   - Eccentricity Normal to the plane of the faying surface
- OTHER SPECIFICATION REQUIREMENTS AND DESIGN CONSIDERATIONS
   - Special Requirement for Heavy Shapes
   - Placement of Weld Groups
   - Weld in Combination with Bolts of Rivets
   - Fatigue
   - One-Sided Fillet Welds
   - Welding Considerations and Appurtenances
      - Clearance Requirements
      - Excessive Welding
      - Minimum Shelf Dimensions for Fillet Welds
      - Beam Copes and Weld Access Holes
      - Corner Clips
      - Backing Bars
      - Space Bars
      - Weld Tabs
      - Tack Welds
    - Lamemar Tearing
    - Prior Qualification of Welding Procedures
    - Painting Welded Connections
- WELDING CONSIDERATIONS FOR HSS
     - HSS Weldings Requirements in AWS D1.1
        - Cause 2 Part D
        - Cause 3
        - Cause 4
        - Cause 5
        - Cause 6
     - Weld Sizing for Uneven Distribution of Loads
     - Detailing Consideractions
   - DESIGN TABLE DISCUSSION
   - PART 8 REFERENCES
   - DESIGN TABLES
     - Table 8-1 Coefficients, C, for Concentrically Loaded Weld Group Element
     - Table 8-2 Prequalified Welded Joints
     - Table 8-3 Electrode Strenght Coefficient C 1
     - Table 8-4 Coefficients C, for Eccentrically Loaded Weld Groups
     - Table 8-5 Coefficients C, for Eccentrically Loaded Weld Groups
     - Table 8-6 Coefficients C, for Eccentrically Loaded Weld Groups 
     - Table 8-7 Coefficients C, for Eccentrically Loaded Weld Groups
     - Table 8-8 Coefficients C, for Eccentrically Loaded Weld Groups
     - Table 8-9 Coefficients C, for Eccentrically Loaded Weld Groups
     - Table 8-10 Coefficients C, for Eccentrically Loaded Weld Groups
     - Table 8.10a  Coefficients C, for Eccentrically Loaded Weld Groups
     - Table 8.11  Coefficients C, for Eccentrically Loaded Weld Groups
     - Table 8.11a  Coefficients C, for Eccentrically Loaded Weld Groups
     - Table 8-12. Approximate Number of Passes for Welds

PART 9 DESIGN OF CONNECTING ELEMENTS

- SCOPE
- GROSS AREA,EFFECTIVE NET AREA ,AND WHITMORE SECTION
   - Gross Area
   - Effective Net Area
   - Whitmore Section ( Effective Width )
- CONNECTING ELEMENTS SUBJECT TO COMBINED LOADING
- CONNECTING ELEMENTS SUBJECT TO TENSION
- CONNECTING ELEMENTS SUBJECT TO SHEAR
- CONNECTING ELEMENTS SUBJECT TO BLOCK SHEAR RUPTURE
- CONNECTING ELEMENTS RUPTURE STRENGTH AT WELDS YIELDING AND BUCKLING
- AFFECTED AND CONNECTING ELEMENTS SUBJECT TO FLEXURE
  - Yielding,Lateral-Torsional Buckling,and Local Buckling
  - Rupture
  - Coped Beam Strength
- BEARING LIMIT STATES
  - Bearing Strength at Bolt Holes
  - Steel-on-Steel Bearing Strength ( Other Than at Bolt Holes )
  - Bearing Strength on Concrete Masonry
- OTHER SPECIFICATION REQUIREMENTS AND DESIGN CONSIDERATIONS
  - Prying Action
  - Rotational Ductilty
  - Shims and Fillers
  - Copes,Blocks and Cuts
  - Web Reinforcement of Coped Beams
- DESIGN TABLE DISCUSSION
- PART 9 REFERENCES
- DESIGN TABLES
  - Table 9.1 Reduction in Area for Holes
  - Table 9.2 Elastic Section Modulus for Coped W-Shapes
  - Table 9.3 Block Shear Rupture
  - Table 9.4 Beam Bearing Constants

PART 10  DESIGN OF SIMPLE SHEAR CONNECTIONS


- SCOPE
- FORCE TRANSFER
- COMPARING CONNECTION ALTERNATIVES
  - Two-Sided Connections
  - Seated Connections
  - One-Sided Connections
- CONSTRUCTABILITY CONSIDERATIONS
  - Double Connections
  - Accessibility in Column Webs
  - Field Welded Connections
  - Riding the Fillet
- DOUBLE-ANGLE CONNECTIONS
  - Available Strength
  - Recommended Angle Length and Thickness
  - Shop and Field Practices
- DESIGN TABLE DISCUSSION ( TABLES 10-1.10-2.- AND 10-3 )
  - Table 10-1. All-Bolted Double-Angle Connections
  - Table 10-2  Available Weld Strength of Bolted/Welded Double Angle Connections
  - Table 10-3  Available Weld Strength of All-Welded Double Angle Connections
- SHEAR END-PLATE CONNECTIONS
  - Design Checks
  - Recommended End-Plate Dimensions and Thickness
  - Shop and Field Practices
- DESIGN TABLE DISCUSSION ( TABLE 10-4 )
  - Table 10-4  Bolted/Welded Shear End-Plate Connections
- UNSTIFFENED SEATED CONNECTIONS
  - Design Checks
  - Shop and Field Practices
  - Bolted/ Welded Unsiffened Seated Connections
- DESIGN TABLE DISCUSSION ( TABLE 10-5 AND 10-6 )
  - Table 10-5 All-Bolted Unstiffened Seated Connections
  - Table 10-6 All-Bolted Unstiffened Seated Connections
- STIFFENED SEATED CONNECTIONS
  - Design Checks
  - Shop and Field Practices
- DESIGN TABLE DISCUSSION ( TABLE 10-7 AND 10-8 )
  - Table 10-7 All-Bolted Stiffened Seated Connections
  - Table 10-8 Bolted / Welded Stiffened Seated Connections
- SINGLE-PLATE CONNECTIONS
  - Design Checks
  - Conventional Configuractions
    - Dimensional Limitations
    - Design Checks
  - Table 10-9 Design Value for Conventional Single-Plate Shear Connections
  - Extended Configuration
    - Dimensional Limitations
    - Design Checks
  - Requirement for Stabilizer Plates
  - Recommended Plate Length
  - Shop and Field Practices
- DESIGN TABLE DISCUSSION ( TABLE 10-10 )
  - Table 10-10 Single-Plate Connections
- SINGLE-ANGLE CONNECTIONS
  - Design Checks
  - Recommended Angle Length and Thickness
  - Shop and Field Practices
- DESIGN TABLE DISCUSSION ( TABLE 10-11 AND 10-12 )
  - Table 10-11 All Bolted Single-Angle Connections
  - Table 10-12 Bolted/Welded Single Angle Connections
- TEE-CONNECTIONS
  - Design Checks
  - Recommended Tee Length and Flange and Web Thicknesses
  - Shop and Field Practices
- SHEAR SPLICES
- SPECIAL CONSIDERATIONS FOR SIMPLE SHEAR CONNECTIONS
  - Simple Shear Connections Subjects to Axial Forces
  - Simple Shear Connections at Stiffened Column-Web Locations
  - Eccentric Effect of Extended Gages
    - Column-Web Supports
    - Ginder-Web Supports
    - Alternative Treatment of Eccentric Moment
  - Double Connections
    - Supported Beams of Different Nomial Depths
    - Supported Beams Offset Laterally
  - Beams Offer from Column Centerline
    - Framing to the Column Flange from the Strong Axis
    - Framing to the Column Flange from the Weak Axix
    - Framing to the Column Web
  - Connections for Raised Beams
  - Non-Rectangular Simple Shear Connections
    - Skewed Connections
    - Sloped Connections
    - Canted Connections
    - Inclines in Two or More Directions ( Hip and Valley Framing )
- DESIGN CONSIDERATIONS FOR SIMPLE SHEAR CONNECTIONS TO HSS COLUMNS
    - Double-Angle Connections to HSS
    - Single-Plate Connections to HSS
    - Unstiffened Seated Connections to HSS
    - Stiffened Seated Connections to HSS
    - Through Plate Connections
    - Single Angle Connections
- DESIGN TABLE DISCUSSION ( TABLES 10-13 10-14A. 10-14B 10-14C AND 10-15 )
    - Table 10-13 Minimum Inside Radius for Cold-Blending
    - Table 10-14A Clearances for All Bolted Skewed Connections
    - Table 10-14B Clearances for Bolted /Welded Skewed Connections
    - Table 10-14C Welding Details  for Skewed Single Plate Connections
    - Table 10-15 Required Length and Thickness for Stiffened Seated Connections to HSS
 - PART 10 REFERENCES

PART 11 DESIGN OF PARTIALLY RESTRAINED MOMENT CONNECTIONS

- SCOPE
- LOAD DETERMINATION
   - Strength
   - Stability
- FLANGE-ANGLE PR MOMENT CONNECTIONS
- FRANGE-PLATED PR MOMENT CONNECTIONS
- PART 11 REFERENCES

PART 12 DESIGN OF FULLY RESTRAINED MOMENT CONNECTIONS

- SCOPE
- FR MOMENT CONNECTIONS
  - Load Determination
  - Design Checks
  - Temporary Support During Erection
  - Welding Considerations for Fully Restrained Moment Connections
- FR CONNECTIONS WITH WIDE-FLANGE COLUMNS
  - Flange-Plated FR Moment Connections
  - Directly Welded FR Moment Connections
  - Extend End-Plate FR Moment Connections
    - Shop and Field Practices
    - Design Assumptions
    - Design Procedures
- FR MOMENT SPLICES
    - Location of Moment Splices
    - Force Transfer in Moment Splices
    - Flange-Plated FR Moment Splices
    - Directly Welded Flange FR Moment Splices
- SPECIAL CONSIDERATIONS
    - FR Moment Connections to Column Webs
    - Recommended Details
    - Ductility Considerations
    - FR Moment connections Across Girder Supports
      - Top Flange Connection
      - Botton Flange Connection
      - Web Connection
- FR CONNECTIONS WITH HSS
   - HSS Through-Plate Flange Plated  FR Moment Connections
   - HSS Cut-out Plate Flange-Plated FR  Moment Connections
   - Design Considerations for HSS Directly Welder FR Moment Connections
   - HSS Columns Above and Below Continuous Beams
   - HSS Welded Tee Flange Connections
   - HSS Diaphragm Plate Connections
   - Suggested Details for HSS to Wide-Flange Moment Connections
- PART 12 REFERENCES

PART 13 DESIGN OF BRACING CONNECTIONS AND TRUSS CONNECTIONS

- SCOPE
- BRACING CONNECTIONS
   - Diagonal Bracing Members
   - Force Transfer in Diagonal Bracing Connections
   - The Uniform Force Methods
   - Required Strength
     - Special Case 1. Modified Working Point Location
     - Special Case 2. Minimizing Shear in the Beam to-Column Connection
   - Analysis of Existing Diagonal Bracing Connections
   - Availabre Stength
- TRUSS CONNECTIONS
   - Member in Trusses
   - Minimun Connection Strengh
   - Panel-Point Connections
     - Design Checks
     - Shop and Field Practices
   - Support Connections
     - Design Checks
     - Shop and Field Practices
   - Truss Chord Splices
   - Design Considerations for HSS-to Connections
 - PART 13 REFERENCES

PART 14  DESIGN OF BEAMS BEARING PLATES COLUMN BASE PLATES,ANCHOR RODS AND COLUMN SPLICES

- SCOPE
- BEAM BEARING PLATES
  - Force Transfer
  - Recommended Bearing Plate Dimensions and Trickness
  - Available Strength
- COLUMN BASE PLATES FOR AXIAL COMPRESSION
  - Force Transfer
  - Recommended Base Dimensions and Trickness
  - Available Strength
  - Finishing Requirements
  - Holes for Anchor Rods and Grouting
  - Grouting and Leveling
- COLUMN BASE PLATES FOR AXIAL TENSION,SHEAR OR MOMENT ANCHOR RODS
  - Minimun Edge Distance and Embedment Length
  - Washer Requirement
  - Hooked Anchor Rods
  - Headed or Threaded and Nutted Anchor Rods
  - Anchor Rod Nut Installation
- COLUMN SPLICES
  - Fit Up of Column Splices
  - Lifting Devices
  - Column Aligment and Stability During Erection
  - Force Transfer in Column Splices
  - Directly Welded Flange Column Splices
  - Butt-Plated Column Splices

PART 15  DESIGN OF HANGER CONNECTIONS,BRACKET PLATES AND CRANE RAIL CONNECTIONS

- SCOPE
- HANGER CONNECTIONS
- BRACKET PLATES
- CRANE RAIL CONNECTIONS
  - Bolted Splices
  - Table 15.1 Crane Rail Splices
  - Welded Splices
  - Hook Bolt Fastenings
  - Rail Clip Fastenings
  - Rail Clamp Fastenings
- DESIGN TABLE DISCUSSION
- PART 15 REFERENCES
- DESIGN TABLES
  - Table 15.2 Preliminary Hanger Connection Selection Table
  - Table 15.3 Net Plastic Section Modulus Znet
  - Table 15.4 Dimensions and Weight of Clevises
  - Table 15.5 Clevis Numbers Compatible with Various Rods and Pins
  - Table 15.6 Dimensions and Weights of Turnbuckles
  - Table 15.7 Dimensions and Weights of Sleeve Nuts
  - Table 15.8 Dimensions and Weights of Recessed-Pin Nuts
  - Table 15.9 Dimensions and Weights of Clevis and Cotter Pins

PART 16 SPECIFICATIONS AND CODES

- SPECIFICATIONS FOR STRUCTURAL STEEL BUILDING JUNE 22-2010
  - Preface
  - Table of Contents
  - Symbols
  - Glossary
  - Specification
  - Commentary

- SPECIFICACTIONS FOR STRUCTURAL JOINTS USING HIGH-STRENGTH BOLTS DECEMBER 31.2009
  - Preface
  - Table of Contents
  - Symbols
  - Glossary
  - Specification and Commentary
  - References
- CODE OF STANDARD PRACTICE FOR STEEL BUILDING AND BRIDGES APRIL 14.2010
  - Preface
  - Table of Contents
  - Glossary
  - Specification and Commentary

PART 17 MISCELLANEOUS DATA AND MATHEMATICAL INFORMATIN

- SI EQUIVALENTS OF STANDARD U.S.SHAPE PROLIFES
  - Table 17.1. W.Shapes
  - Table 17.2  M, S and HP Shapes
  - Table 17.3  Channels
  - Table 17.4 Angles
  - Table 17.5 WT-Shapes
  - Table 17.6 MT and ST Shapes
  - Table 17.7 Rectangular HSS
  - Table 17.8 Square HSS
  - Table 17.9 Round HSS and Pipe
- MISCELLANEOUS DATA
 - Table 17.10 Wire and Sheet Metal Gages
 - Table 17.11  Coeffients of Expansion
 - Table 17.12 Weights and Specific Gravities
 - Table 17.13 Weights of  Building Materials
 - Table 17.14 U.S. Weights and Measures
- SI UNITS FOR STRUCTURAL STEEL DESIGN
- Table 17.15 Base SI Units for Steel Design
- Table 17.16 SI Prefixes for Steel Design
- Table 17.17 Derived SI Units for Steel Design
- Table 17.18 Summary of SI Conversion Factors
- Table 17.19 SI Equivalents of Fraction of  an Inch
- Table 17.20 SI Bolt Designation
- Table 17.21 SI Steel Yield Stresses
- Table 17.22 SI ( Metrix ) Weihts and Measures
- Table 17.23 SI Conversion Factors

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