CONTÁCTENOS - 91 575 78 24
RSS
Estás en www.ingenieriayarte.com
Si no encuentra un libro lo buscamos por Ud.
91 575 78 24

CESTA DE LA COMPRA

Tiene 0 productos en su cesta Importe total: 0
> > Steel Structures Design for Lateral and Vertical Forces

Por favor introduzca la cantidad deseada y pulse sobre el carrito.

160 €/Ud.
Cantidad:

Steel Structures Design for Lateral and Vertical Forces

Autor:

Descripción

A Thoroughly Updated Guide to the Design of Steel Structures This comprehensive resource offers practical coverage of steel structures design and clearly explains the provisions of the 2015 International Building Code, the American Society of Civil Engineers ASCE 7-10, and the American Institute of Steel Construction AISC 360-10 and AISC 341-10. Steel Structures Design for Lateral and Vertical Forces, Second Edition, features start-to-finish engineering strategies that encompass the entire range of steel building materials,


Características

  • ISBN: 978-1259588013
  • Páginas: 688
  • Tamaño: 17x24
  • Edición:
  • Idioma: Inglés
  • Año: 2016

Compra bajo pedidoDisponibilidad: 3 a 7 Días

Contenido Steel Structures Design for Lateral and Vertical Forces

A Thoroughly Updated Guide to the Design of Steel Structures

This comprehensive resource offers practical coverage of steel structures design and clearly explains the provisions of the 2015 International Building Code, the American Society of Civil Engineers ASCE 7-10, and the American Institute of Steel Construction AISC 360-10 and AISC 341-10. Steel Structures Design for Lateral and Vertical Forces, Second Edition, features start-to-finish engineering strategies that encompass the entire range of steel building materials, members, and loads. All techniques strictly conform to the latest ­codes and specifications. A brand new chapter on the design of steel structures for lateral loads explains design techniques and innovations in concentrically and eccentrically braced frames and moment frames. Throughout, design examples, including step-by-step solutions, and end-of-chapter problems using both ASD and LRFD methods demonstrate real-world applications and illustrate how code requirements apply to both lateral and vertical forces.

This up-to-date Second Edition covers:

· Steel Buildings and Design Criteria


- Introduction
- Types of Steel Building
- Building Codes and Design Criteria
- ASD and LRFD Concepts
- References
- Problems

· Design Loads


- Introduction
- Dead Loads
  - Tributary Area
  - Slab Supports
  - Dead Load Applied to Beams
  - Dead Load Applied to Girders
  - Dead Load Applied to Columns
  - Two-Way Slabs
- Live Loads
  - Continuous Beam Systems
  - Influence Area
  - Reduction in Floor Live Load
  - Reduction in Roof Live Load
  - Combined Dead and live load
- Snow Loads
  - Flat Roof
  - Ground Snow Load
  - Flat Roof Snow load
  - Exposure factor
  - Rain-on-Snow Surcharge Load
  - Snow Drifts on Lower Roofs
  - Leeward Snow Drifts
  - Windward Snow Drifts
  - Slopes Roof Snow load
  - Slope factor
  - Warm Roof Snow Load
  - Cold Roof Slope Factor
  - Unbalanced Snow load for Hip and Gable Roofs
  - Unbalanced Snow load for Gable Roof with W 20ft
  - Unbalanced Snow load load for Gable Roof with W 20 ft
  - Sliding Snow
  - Snow load on Continuous Beams Systems
- Soil Lateral Load
  - Earth Pressure at Rest
- Flood Loads
  - Loads during Flooding
  - Hydrostatic loads
  - Hydrodynamic loads
  - Wave Loads
  - Impact loads
- Rain Loads
  - Design Rain Loads
  - Ponding Instability
- Wind Loads
  - Exposure Category
  - Basic Wind Speed
  - Low-Rise Building
  - Regular Building
  - Simple Diaphragm Building
  - Velocity Pressure Exposure Coefficient
  - Site Topography
  - Directionality Factor
  - Velocity Pressure
  - ASCE 7 Chap.28 Part 1- Encelope Procedure
  - Rigidity of the Structure
  - Gust Effect Factor
  - Enclosure Classifications
  - Design Wind Pressure on MWFRS for Low-Rise Rigid Building
  - Design Wind Pressure on Components and Cladding
  - Design of components and Cladding Using ASCE 7 Sec. 30.4
  - IBC Alternate All- Heights Method
  - Velocity Pressure Exposure Coefficient
  - Topography Factor
  - Wind Stagnation Pressure
  - Wind importance factor
  - Net Pressure Coefficient
  - Design Wind Pressure on MWFRS:IBVC Alternate All -Heights Method
  - Design Wind Pressure on Components and Cladding IBC Alternate All Heights Methods
  - Gust Effect Factor
  - Enclosure Classifications
  - Design Wid Pressure of MWFRS for Low-Rise,Rigid Building
- Seismic Loads
  - Ground Motion Parameters
  - Site Classification Characteristics
  - Site Coefficients
  - Adjusted Earthquake Response Accelerations
  - Design Response Spectrum
  - Risk Category and Importance Factors
  - Seismic Design Category
  - Seismic Force-Resisting System
  - Response modification Coefficient
  - Overstrength Factor
  - Deflection Amplification Factor
  - Combinations of Framing Systems
  - Fundamental Period of Vibration
  - Seismic Response Coefficient
  - Effective Seismic Weight
  - Seismic Base Shear
  - Vertical Distribution of Seismic forces
  - Overturning
  - Diaphragm Loads
  - Story Drift
  - P-Delta Effects and Stability Coefficient
  - Building Separation
  - Flexible Diaphragms
  - Horizontal Distribution of Seismic Forces
  - Anchorage of Structural Walls to Diaphragms
  - Rigid Diaphragms
  - Horizontal Distribution of Seismic Forces
  - Anchorage of Structural Walls to Diaphragms
  - Rigid Diaphragms
  - Torsional Effects
  - Out-of Plane Force on Structural Walls
  - Out-of Plane Force on Parapets
  - Redundancy Irregularities
- Load Combinations
  - Strength Design Load Combinations
  - Allowable Stress Load Combinations
  - Strength Design Special Loa Combinations
  - Allowable Stress Design Special Load Combinations
- Serviceability Criteria
  - Deflection
  - Drift
  - Vibration
  - Durability
- References
- Problems

· Behavior of Steel Structures under Design Loads

- Introduction
- Gravity Load-Resisting Systems
   - Simple connections
   - Fully Restrained Moments Connections
   - Partially Restrained Moment Connections
- Lateral Load-Resisting Systems
   - Diaphragms
   - Collectors
   - Collectors Design Forces
   - Steel Deck Diaphragms
   - Frames Subjected to Lateral Forces
- Approximate Methods for Laterally Loaded Frames
   - Portal Method
   - Cantilever Method
- References
- Problems

· Design of Steel Beams in Flexure

- Introduction
  - Flexural Limit States
  - Lateral Bracing of Beams
  - Design Flexural Strength and Allowable Flexural Strength
- Plastic Moment of Resistance
  - Shape Factor and ASD
  - Built-Up Sections
- Compact,Noncompact,and Slender Sections
  - Compact Section
  - Noncompact Section
  - Slender Section
- Lateral-Torsional Buckling Modification Factor
- Lateral-Torsional Buckling
  - Plastic Mode
  - Plastic Mode Extended
  - Inelastic Mode
  - Elastic Mode
- Weak Axis Bending
  - Compact Flanges
  - Noncompact Flanges
- Biaxial Bending
  - Overhead Traveling Bridge Crane
- Singly Symmetric Sections in Bending
  - Plastic Mode
  - Lateral Torsinal Buckling
  - Flange Local Bucking
  - Stem Local Bucking
- Redistributions of Bending Moments in Continuous Beams
- Deflections Limits
- References
- Problems

· Design of Steel Beams for Shear and Torsion

- Introduction
- Shear in Beam Wes
  - Web Yielding
  - Inelastic Buckling
  - Elastic Buckling
- Weak Axis Shear
- Longitudinal Shear in Built-up Sections
- Block Shear
  - Block Shear Strength for Bolted Connections
  - Effective Bolt Hole Diameter and net Area
  - Block Shear Strength for Welded Connections
  - Block Shear Strength for Coped Beams
- Web Local Yielding
  - Bearing on concrete
  - Web Yielding at Support
  - Web Yielding at Girder Interior
- Web Crippling
- Web Sudesway Buckling
- Design for Torsion
  - Torsion in closed sections
  - Torsion in Open sections
  - Specification Provisions
  - Round HSS Subject to Torsion
  - Rectangular HSS Subject to Torsion
  - W-Shape Subject to Torsion
- References
- Problems

. Design of Compression Members

- Introduction
  - Compression Limit State
- Effective Length
  - Tabulated Factors
- Alignment Charts
  - Alignment Chart for Braced Frame
  - Alignment Chart for Sway Frame
  - Stiffness Reduction Fac tors
- Axially Loaded Compression Members
  - Flexural Buckling of Members without Slender Element
  - Torsional and Flexural-Torsional Buckling of Members without Slender Element
  - Single Angle Compression Members without Slender Element
  - Members with Slender Elements
 - Built-Up Sections
 - Column Base Plates
   - Concrete Footing Capacity
   - Base Plate Thickness
- Column Flanges with concentrated Forces
   - Introduction
   - Flange Local Bending
   - Web Compression Buckling
   - Web Panel Zone Shear
   - Tranverse Stiffener Requirement
   - Doubler Plate Requirements
- References
- Problems

· Stability of Frames

- Introduction
  - Beam-Columns
  - Second-Order Effects
- Design for Combined Forces
- Stability Analysis
  - Approximate Second-Order Analysis
  - Stability Analysis Procedures
- References
- Problems

· Design by Inelastic Analysis

- Introduction
  - General Principles
  - Ductility
- Plastic Moment of Resistance
- Plastic Hinge Formation
- Design Requirements
  - Local Buckling
  - Unbraced Length

- Plastic Moment of Resistance
- Plastic Hinge Formation
- Design Requirements
  - Local Buckling
  - Unbraced Length
  - Limiting Axial Load
- Analysis Requirements
  - Geometric Imperfections
  - Residual Stress and Partial Yielding Effects
  - Material Properties and Yield Criteria
- Statical Method of Design
- Mechanism Method of Design
  - Linear Elastic-Plastic Response Curve
- Static Equilibrium Check
- Beam-Column Design
- References
- Problems

· Design of Tension Members

- Introduction
- Tensile Strength
- Effective Net Area
  - Plates with Bolted Connection
  - Plates with Welded Connection
  - Rolled Sections with Bolted Connection
  - Rolled Sections with Welded Connection
  - Round Hollow Structural Sections with Welded Connection
- Pin-connected Members
  - Dimensional Requirements
  - Limit States
- Design of Eyebars
  - Dimensional Requirements
- Design for fatigue
  - Design Procedure
- References
- Problems

· Design of Bolted  Connections

- Introduction
  - Bolt Types
  - Bolt Installation
  - Connection Types
- Snug-Tight Bolts in Shear and Bearing
  - Bolt Spacing
  - Shear Strength
  - Bearing Strength
- Snug-Tight Bolts in Shear and Tension
  - Bolts in Tension Only
  - Bolts in combined tension and shear
- Slip-Critical Bolts in Shear and tension
  - Bolts in Shear Only
  - Bolts in combined shear and tension
- Prying Action
- Bolt Group Eccentrically Loaded in plane of faying surface
  - Elastic Unit Area Method
  - Instantaneous Center of rotation method
- Bolt Group Eccentrically Loaded normal to the faying Surface
- References
- Problems

. Design of Welded Connections

- Introduction
  - The Welding Process
  - Welding Applications
  - Quality Assurance
  - Weld Metal Strength
- Weld Types
  - Complete Joint Penetration Groove Welds
  - Partial Joint Penetration Groove Fillet Welds
  - Fillet Welds
- Available Strength of filled welds
  - Summary
  - Linear Weld Group Loaded through the center of Gravity
  - Weld Group with concentric loading
- Weld group eccentrically loaded in plane of faying surface
  - Elastic Vector Analysis
  - Instantaneous center of rotation method
- References
- Problems

· Plate Girders

- Introduction
- Girder Proportions
  - Girder Depth
  - Flange Area
  - Flange Width
  - Flange Thickness
  - Web Thickness
  - Intermediate Transverse Stiffners
- Postbickling Stength of the Web
- Design for Shear with Unstiffened Web
- Design for Shear with Stiffened Web.Tension Field Action Excluded
- Design for Shear with Stiffened Web.Tension Field Action Included
- Design of Transverse Stiffeners
  - Tension Field Action Excluded
  - Tension Field Action Included
- Flexural Design of Plate Girders
  - Compression Flange Yielding
  - Lateral-Torsional Buckling
  - Compression Flange Local Buckling
  - Tension Flange Yielding
- Design of Bearing Stiffeners
- References
- Problems

Composite Members

- Introduction
- Encased Composite Columns
  - Limitations
  - Compressive Strength
  - Load Transfer
- Filled Composite Columns
  - Limitations
  - Slenderness Limits
  - Compressive Strength
  - Load Transfer
- Encased Composite Beams
- Composite Beam with flat soffit concrete slab
  - Effective Slab Width
  - Nominal Strength
  - Fully Composite and partially composite beams
  - Nominal Strength of fully composite beams with PNA in concrete Slab
    - Design Tables
    - Shored and Unshored Construction
    - Composite Beam Deflection
    - Negative Flexural Strength
    - Steel-Headed Stud Anchors in composite beam with Flat Soffit concrete Slab
    - Steel-Headed Stud Anchors in Formed Steel deck with Ribs Parallel to Beam
- References
- Problems

· Design of Steel Structures for Lateral Loads

- Introduction
- General Considerations
  - Ductility
  - Capacity Design and Expected Material Strength
    - Protected Zones
    - Demand Critical Welds
    - Protected Zones
    - Demand Critical Welds
    - Loads and Load Combinations
- Concentrically Braced Frames
- Ordinary Concentrically Braced Frames
  - Design of Braces
  - Design of Brace Connections and Gusset Plates
- Eccentrically Braced Frames
  - Mechanism Analysis
  - Link Rotation
  - Design of Links
  - Design of Links Stiffeners and Bracing
  - Design of Members in an Eccentrically Braces frame other than the link
  - Design of the Beam Outside the link
  - Design of the Diagonal Brace
  - Design of Columns
- Special Moment Frames
  - Beam-to-Column Connections
  - Design concepts
  - Beam Requirements
  - Strong-Column Weak-Beam Concept
  - Web Panel Zone Design
  - Doubler Plates
  - Continuity Plates
- References
- Problems

 

NO TE PIERDAS LAS NOVEDADES

Suscríbete a nuestro boletín informativo para estar al día de todas las promociones y novedades.

Pago seguro | Mensajerías

Copyright © Despegando S.L. 2018 | | info@ingenieriayarte.com