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This book addresses the steel structures design according to procedures and provisions set in the Spanish Building Technical Code (CTE DB-SE-A).


Características

  • ISBN: 978-84-9048-634-4
  • Páginas: 512
  • Tamaño: 17x24
  • Edición:
  • Año: 2017

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Contenido Steel structures worked examples according to the Spanish code CTE

This book addresses the steel structures design according to procedures and provisions set in the Spanish Building Technical Code (CTE DB-SE-A). A large collection of worked examples develop in a practical way the principles and requirements that will provide safety and serviceability to most of the steel structures for buildings. Members under tension, compression and bending are studied in order of increasing complexity, including flexural buckling and lateral-torsional buckling phenomena. Finally, step by step procedures for the design of bolted and welded connections are given, including column bases design. All tables and mathematical expressions needed to follow every step of each worked example are provided in this manual. Additionally, a final chapter containing some past papers has been included in order to prove useful as a textbook in schools of architecture or structural engineering


INDEX

CHAPTER 1.STEEL AS A STRUCTURAL MATERIAL


Structural Steel
Material properties for hot rolled steel
Design values of structural steel coeficients
Resistances of hot rolled cross sections
Classification of cross sections
Geometrical properties of hot rolled cross sections

WORKED EXAMPLES

1.1 Mechanical Properties of a Built-up ()Cross Section
1.2 Mechanical Properties of a Built-uo T Cross section
1.3 Mechanical Properties of a Built-uo I Cross section and Classification
1.4.Classification of hot rolled Cross-Section

CHAPTER 2 BASIC OF STRUCTURAL DESIGN

Design requirements
Limit States
Action and load cases
Combination of actions
Effects of imperfections

WORKED EXAMPLES

2.1.Combinations of Actions
2.2.Imperfections for global analysis of frames
2.3.Stabilising forces for analysis of bracing systems

CHAPTER 3 GLOBAL ANALYSIS

Single storey industrial building
Classification of steel frames
Statically determinate structures
Continuous beams
Horizontal stiffness

WORKED EXAMPLES

3.1.Clasification of a frame as sway or non-sway
3.2.Clasification of a frame as braced OR Unbraced

CHAPTER 4.TENSION,COMPRESSION AND BUCKLING

Single members class 1,2,or 3 subjected to tension or compression
Single members class 1 or 2 subjected to compression and bending
 Practical procedures claa 1 and 2 OPEN CROSS-SECTIONS subjected to compression plus bending about the y axix
 Practical procedures class 1 and 2 HOLLOW CROSS-SECTIONS subjected to compression plus bending about the y axis
 Practical procedures class 1 and 2 OPEN and CLOSED CROSS SECTIONS subjected to compression and bending
Single members class 3 subjected to compression and bending
Single members subjected to tension forces and bending moments

WORKED EXAMPLES

4.1.Simple column Subjected to tension forces
4.2.Simple column Subjected to compression forces
4.3.Simple column Subjected to compression and bending moment about y axis
4.4.Simple column Subjected to compression and bending moment about Z axis
4.5.Members design of a pitched Truss

CHAPTER 5.BEAMS IN BENDING

Initial sizing of beams in bending
Ultimate limit States (ULS)
  Resistance
    Bending moments condition
    Shear forces condition
    Bending and shear interation
    Bending and axial force interaction
  Lateral-torsional buckling
  Shear buckling of the web
  Local effects web local yielding
Serviceabity limit States (SLS )
  Deformations
  Vibrations
Built-up-beams initial sizing

WORKED EXAMPLES

5.1.HOT ROLLED BEAM
5.2.BUILT UP BEAM

CHAPTER 6 DESIGN OF JOINT

GENERAL DESIGN CRITERIA
INTERNAL FORCES IN CONNECTIONS
BOLTED CONNECTIONS
  Practical procedures bolted connections with bearing type bolts
  Practical procedures bolted connections with preloaded bolts
WELDED CONNECTIONS
  Practical procedures welded connections

WORKED EXAMPLES

6.1.Welded and bolted guisset plate connection
6.2.Pinned connections.beam to column and beam splice
6.3.Preloaded bolts connection and rigid beam splice
6.4.Bolted connection in shear and tension
6.5.Weldeb beam to column rigid joint
6.6.Bolted beam to column rigid joint

CHAPTER 7.COLUMN BASE PLATES

Introduction
Design bearing strenth of confined concrete
Effective bearing area
Base plate stiffness
Anchorages
Design process
  Centred compression ( pinned or fixed joints )
  Eccentric compression ( fixed joints )
  Compression + bending  ( fixed joints )

WORKED EXAMPLES

7.1.Column base plate in compression
7.2.Column base plate eccentric compression
7.3.Column base plate
7.4.Stiffened column base plate

CHAPTER 8.PAST EXAM PAPERS

8.1.Truss Chorp in compression,truss joint design and column in compression and bending about the y Axis
8.2.Double side beam to column bolted joint,column base plate design and column in compession
8.3.Beam to column bolted joint,column in compression and beam in compression and bending
8.4.Beam to column welded joint,beam in bending and column in compression and bending
8.5.Column in compression and bending column base in compression and beam to column and bracing system welded joint


 

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