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Simplified Engineering for Architects and Builders

by ;
Edition:
8th
ISBN13:

9780471587033

ISBN10:
0471587036
Format:
Hardcover
Pub. Date:
10/1/1993
Publisher(s):
WILEY

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Table of Contents

Preface to the Eighth Edition xiii
Preface to the First Edition xvii
Introduction 1(10)
PART I PRINCIPLES OF STRUCTURAL MECHANICS
Investigation of Forces
11(33)
Properties of Forces
11(4)
Static Equilibrium
15(1)
Resultant of Forces
16(2)
Resolution and Composition of Forces
18(3)
Force Polygon
21(3)
Graphical Analysis of Planar Trusses
24(8)
Algebraic Analysis of Planar Trusses
32(12)
Forces Actions
44(27)
Forces and Stresses
44(4)
Bending
48(1)
Deformation
49(1)
Deformation and Stresses: Relations and Issues
49(5)
Design Use of Direct Stress
54(4)
Aspects of Dynamic Behavior
58(13)
Investigation of Beams and Frames
71(81)
Moments
71(5)
Beam Loads and Reaction Forces
76(8)
Shear in Beams
84(5)
Bending Moments in Beams
89(8)
Negative Bending in Beams
97(9)
Tabulated Values for Beams
106(4)
Development of Bending Resistance
110(3)
Shear Stress in Beams
113(6)
Continuous and Restrained Beams
119(16)
Structures with Internal Pins
135(7)
Rigid Frames
142(8)
Approximate Analysis of Indeterminate Structures
150(2)
Properties of Sections
152(35)
Centroids
152(5)
Moment of Inertia
157(1)
Moment of Inertia of Geometric Figures
158(4)
Transferring of Moments of Inertia
162(2)
Section Modulus
164(3)
Radius of Gyration
167(1)
Tables of Properties of Sections
168(19)
PART II WOOD CONSTRUCTION
Wood Spanning Elements
187(31)
Structural Lumber
188(6)
Design for Bending
194(4)
Horizontal Shear
198(2)
Bearing
200(2)
Deflection
202(4)
Joists and Rafters
206(5)
Decking for Roofs and Floors
211(4)
Glued Laminated Products
215(3)
Wood Columns
218(18)
Solid-Sawn Columns
218(6)
Design of Wood Columns
224(1)
Studs
225(4)
Columns with Bending
229(2)
Miscellaneous Wood Compression Members
231(5)
Fastening of Wood Structures
236(23)
Bolted Joints
237(10)
Nailed Joints
247(4)
Miscellaneous Fastening Devices
251(8)
PART III STEEL CONSTRUCTION
Steel Structural Products
259(12)
Materials for Steel Products
259(2)
Design Methods for Steel Structures
261(1)
Rolled Structural Shapes
262(1)
Miscellaneous Steel Products
263(2)
Allowable Stresses for Structural Steel
265(1)
Nomenclature
265(6)
Steel Beams and Framing Elements
271(41)
Factors in Beam Design
271(2)
Design for Bending
273(5)
Deflection
278(7)
Safe Load Tables
285(2)
Equivalent Tabular Loads
287(1)
Design of Laterally Unsupported Beams
288(2)
Shear in Wide Flange Beams
290(1)
Fireproofing for Steel Structures
291(1)
Crippling of Beam Webs
292(1)
Beam Bearing Plates
293(5)
Decks for Steel Structures
298(4)
Manufactured Trusses for Flat Spans
302(7)
Steel Trusses
309(2)
Steel Framing Systems
311(1)
Steel Columns
312(28)
Column Shapes
312(2)
Slenderness and End Conditions
314(1)
Allowable Loads for Columns
315(15)
Columns with Bending
330(4)
Joints for Steel Columns
334(6)
Bolted Connections
340(27)
Steel Bolts: General Considerations
340(7)
Tension Connections with Bolts
347(7)
Bolted Framing Connections
354(9)
Truss Connections with Bolts
363(4)
Welded Connections
367(18)
Welding of Steel Structures
367(3)
Joints with Fillet Welds
370(5)
Miscellaneous Welded Connections
375(4)
Truss Connections with Welds
379(6)
PART IV CONCRETE AND MASONRY STRUCTURES
Reinforced Concrete Structures
385(60)
General Considerations
385(8)
Beams: Working Stress Method
393(13)
Special Beams
406(9)
Spanning Slabs
415(6)
Shear in Beams
421(14)
Development of Reinforcement
435(7)
Deflection Control
442(3)
Sitecast Concrete Framing Systems
445(21)
Slab-and-Beam Systems
446(8)
Joist Construction
454(2)
Two-Way Spanning Systems
456(7)
Use of Design Aids
463(1)
Composite Construction: Concrete and Steel
464(2)
Concrete Columns
466(18)
General Considerations
466(4)
Design Methods
470(10)
Special Problems
480(4)
Footings
484(12)
Independent Column Footings
485(6)
Wall Footings
491(5)
General Considerations for Masonry Structures
496(14)
Masonry Units
496(2)
Mortar
498(1)
Basic Construction Considerations
498(2)
Structural Masonry
500(6)
Nonstructural Masonry
506(2)
Lintels
508(2)
Design of Structural Masonry
510(17)
Unreinforced Structural Masonry
510(4)
Reinforced Masonry: General Considerations
514(1)
Reinforced Brick Masonry
515(1)
Reinforced Hollow Unit Masonry
515(2)
Design of Structural Elements
517(10)
PART V STRENGTH DESIGN
Strength Design Methods
527(6)
Strength Versus Stress Methods: Beyond Service Load Conditions
527(2)
Factored Loads
529(2)
Resistance Factors
531(1)
Development of Design Methods
531(2)
Strength Design of Reinforced Concrete
533(9)
Beams
533(7)
Columns
540(2)
Strength Design of Steel Structures
542(13)
Plastic Versus Elastic Behavior
542(8)
Design of Simple Beam
550(1)
Plastic Behavior of Columns and Frames
551(4)
PART VI STRUCTURAL SYSTEMS FOR BUILDINGS
General Concerns for Structures
555(16)
Introduction
555(1)
Dead Loads
556(1)
Building Code Requirements
556(4)
Live Loads
560(5)
Lateral Loads
565(6)
Building One
571(28)
General Considerations
571(2)
Design for Gravity Loads
573(5)
Design for Lateral Loads
578(10)
Foundations
588(2)
Alternative Steel and Masonry Structure
590(3)
Alternative Truss Roof
593(6)
Building Two
599(13)
Design for Gravity Loads
601(4)
Design for Lateral Loads
605(4)
Alternative Steel and Masonry Structure
609(3)
Building Three
612(37)
General Considerations
612(2)
Structural Alternatives
614(2)
Design of the Floor System
616(5)
Design of the Steel Columns
621(2)
Design of the Steel Braced Frame
623(5)
The Concrete Structure
628(1)
Design of the Slab-and-Beam Floor Structure
628(9)
Design of the Concrete Columns
637(3)
Design of the Concrete Bents
640(9)
References 649(2)
Answers to Exercise Problems 651(10)
Index 661


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