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Structural Competency for Architects is a comprehensive volume covering topics from structural systems and typologies to statics, strength of materials, and component design. The book includes everything you need to know about structures for the design of components, as well as the logic for design of structural patterns, and selection of structural typologies


Características

  • ISBN: 978-0-415-81788-2
  • Páginas: 324
  • Tamaño: 17x24
  • Edición:
  • Idioma: Inglés
  • Año: 2014

Compra bajo pedidoDisponibilidad: 15 a 30 Días

Contenido Structural Competency for Architects

Structural Competency for Architects is a comprehensive volume covering topics from structural systems and typologies to statics, strength of materials, and component design. The book includes everything you need to know about structures for the design of components, as well as the logic for design of structural patterns, and selection of structural typologies.

Organized into six key modules, each chapter includes examples, problems, and labs, so that you learn the fundamentals. Structural Competency for Architects will also help you pass your registration examinations.

Introduction

Part 1: Statics and Strengths of Materials

1. Finding Reactions


Vectors
Supports
Moments
Reactions

2. Bar Forces in Trusses

Method of joints
Method of sections
Diagonal tension bracing

3. Statics in Simple

Cables
Arches and pinned frames

4. Shear and Moment in Beams

Shear and Moment: Diagrams
Writing Moment: Equations

5. Load Tracing

Finding floor loads on columns
Accumulation of column loads

6. Simple Stress and Strain

Force Induced Stress and Strain
Temperature induced stress and Strain

7. Shear and Flexure in Beams

Neutral axis and moment of inertia
Bending stress
Shear stress

8. Deflection in Beams

Deflection Charts
Double Integration method
Moment area method
Method of virtual work

9. Design of Beams

Overview of design limitations
Design of beams for flexure,shear and deflection

10. Design of Columns

Axial loads on columns
Column design

Part 2: Structural Design Principles

11. Structural Patterns

Defining the structural grid
Natural design and structural form

12. Design Loads

Live and dead loads
Snow loads
Lateral loads
Factored loads

13. Horizontal Framing Systems

Typical steel Framing systems
Concrete framing Systems
Wood framing systems
Bay framing
Framing process

14. Lateral Bracing Systems

Braced frames
Moment frames
Shear walls

15. Structural Typology

Beam and column systems
Form-Active Systems
Thin Shells
Folding Plates
Trusses and space frames
Moment frames
High-rise typology
Exoskeletons
Hybrid structures

Part 3: Wood Design

16. Dimensional Lumber Design

Adjustment factors for dimensional Lumber
Design of dimensional lumber components
Wester framing considerations

17. Timber Design

Adjustment factors for timber
Design of timber components

18. Glue-Laminated Lumber Design

Adjustment factors for glu.lams
Design of glu.lam components

19. Wood connections

Mechanical connections
Wood joinery

Part 4: Steel Design

20. Steel Beam Design

Design beams for flexure using LRFD Method

21. Design of steel compression members

Axial loads on steel columns
Combined axial compression and flexure
Built-up.co
Column splices

22. Steel Tension Design

Gross Yielding in tension
Tensile rupture strength
Block shear
Design of tension members

23. Steel Baseplates

24. Steel Connections


Bolted connections
Eccentric bolted connections
Welded connections
Standard bolted connections

Part 5: Concrete Design

25. Concrete Beam Design


The internal couple
Reinforced concrete beams

26. Concrete Slab Design

One-way slabs
Continuous slabs

27. Doubly Reinforced beams and T-beams

Doubly reinforced beams
T-beams

28. Shear and deflection in Concrete Beams

Shear in concrete beams
Deflection in concrete beams

29. Concrete Columns

Design of short axialy loaded colums
Columns with large eccentric loads

30. Development Length

Development length in tensions bars
Development length in tension bars with hooks
Tension splices
Development length in compression bars
Bar cut-offs
Development length for positive moment at simple supports

31. Concrete Walls

Bearing walls
Shear walls
Retaining walls

32. Footings

Wall footings
Individual footings
Combined footings

33. Precast and Prestressed Concrete

Prescast Concrete
Prestressed Concrete

Part 6: Masonry and Alternate Materials

34. Masonry Design

Masonry load bearing walls

35. Alternate Structural Materials Conclusion Appendix Index

Concrete,steel and wood
Alternate metals
Plant-based materials
Plastics
Carbon fiber
Glass

Conclusions
Appendices
References
Figures and tables
Index

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