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Steel Design

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Edition:
4th
ISBN13:

9780495244714

ISBN10:
0495244716
Format:
Hardcover
Pub. Date:
11/21/2006
Publisher(s):
Cengage Learning

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This is the 4th edition with a publication date of 11/21/2006.
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  • The Used copy of this book is not guaranteed to include any supplemental materials. Typically, only the book itself is included.

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Summary

Steel Design covers the fundamentals of structural steel design with an emphasis on the design of members and their connections, rather than the integrated design of buildings. Not only is Steel Design a revision of LRFD Steel Design, it also encompasses the 2005 unification of LRFD and ASD as is covered in the Steel Construction Manual. The book is designed so that instructors can easily teach either LRFD or ASD, or both, time-permitting, as the differences in the two approaches are mostly conceptual. The application of fundamental principles is encouraged for design procedures as well as for practical design, but so is a theoretical approach, enhancing the students development. While the book is intended for junior-and senior-level engineering students, some of the later chapters can be used in graduate courses. Due to the changes that were made to many provisions of the Steel Construction Manual, practicing engineers will find this text useful in reviewing current practices and it will be an essential reference tool.

Table of Contents

Preface v
Introduction
1(17)
Structural Design
1(3)
Loads
4(1)
Building Codes
5(1)
Design Specifications
6(1)
Structural Steel
6(5)
Standard Cross-Sectional Shapes
11(7)
Problems
15(3)
Concepts in Structural Steel Design
18(18)
Design Philosophies
18(2)
American Institute of Steel Construction Specification
20(2)
Load Factors, Resistance Factors, and Load Combinations for LRFD
22(1)
Safety Factors and Load Combinations for ASD
23(3)
Probabilistic Basis of Load and Resistance Factors
26(5)
Steel Construction Manual
31(1)
Design Computations and Precision
32(4)
Problems
34(2)
Tension Members
36(62)
Introduction
36(1)
Tensile Strength
37(8)
Effective Area
45(6)
Staggered Fasteners
51(7)
Block Shear
58(2)
Design of Tension Members
60(8)
Threaded Rods and Cables
68(3)
Tension Members in Roof Trusses
71(9)
Pin-Connected Members
80(18)
Problems
82(16)
Compression Members
98(74)
Definition
98(1)
Column Theory
98(7)
AISC Requirements
105(4)
Local Stability
109(8)
Tables for Compression Members
117(2)
Design
119(6)
More on Effective Length
125(15)
Torsional and Flexural-Torsional Buckling
140(7)
Built-Up Members
147(25)
Problems
155(17)
Beams
172(104)
Introduction
172(1)
Bending Stress and the Plastic Moment
173(6)
Stability
179(2)
Classification of Shapes
181(1)
Bending Strength of Compact Shapes
182(11)
Bending Strength of Noncompact Shapes
193(4)
Summary of Moment Strength
197(1)
Shear Strength
198(8)
Deflection
206(2)
Design
208(12)
Floor and Roof Framing Systems
220(6)
Holes in Beams
226(3)
Open-Web Steel Joists
229(3)
Beam Bearing Plates and Column Base Plates
232(14)
Biaxial Bending
246(10)
Bending Strength of Various Shapes
256(20)
Problems
260(16)
Beam--Columns
276(70)
Definition
276(1)
Interaction Formulas
277(4)
Moment Amplification
281(4)
Braced versus Unbraced Frames
285(1)
Members in Braced Frames
286(15)
Members in Unbraced Frames
301(11)
Design of Beam--Columns
312(17)
Trusses with Top-Chord Loads Between Joints
329(17)
Problems
333(13)
Simple Connections
346(96)
Introduction
346(3)
Bolted Shear Connections: Failure Modes
349(2)
Bearing Strength, Spacing, and Edge-Distance Requirements
351(6)
Shear Strength
357(5)
Installation of High-Strength Bolts
362(2)
Slip-Critical and Bearing-Type Connections
364(5)
Design Examples
369(17)
High-Strength Bolts in Tension
386(11)
Combined Shear and Tension in Fasteners
397(12)
Welded Connections
409(2)
Fillet Welds
411(31)
Problems
428(14)
Eccentric Connections
442(110)
Examples of Eccentric Connections
442(1)
Eccentric Bolted Connections: Shear Only
443(13)
Eccentric Bolted Connections: Shear Plus Tension
456(4)
Eccentric Welded Connections: Shear Only
460(14)
Eccentric Welded Connections: Shear Plus Tension
474(7)
Moment-Resisting Connections
481(18)
Column Stiffeners and Other Reinforcement
499(21)
End Plate Connections
520(13)
Concluding Remarks
533(19)
Problems
533(19)
Composite Construction
552(67)
Introduction
552(10)
Shored versus Unshored Construction
562(3)
Effective Flange Width
565(3)
Shear Connectors
568(3)
Design
571(7)
Deflections
578(2)
Composite Beams with Formed Steel Deck
580(12)
Tables for Composite Beam Analysis and Design
592(9)
Continuous Beams
601(1)
Composite Columns
602(17)
Problems
610(9)
Plate Girders
619(51)
Introduction
619(2)
General Considerations
621(3)
AISC Requirements for Proportions of Plate Girders
624(2)
Flexural Strength
626(2)
Shear Strength
628(5)
Bearing Stiffeners
633(15)
Design
648(22)
Problems
664(6)
Appendix Plastic Analysis and Design
670(13)
Introduction
670(2)
AISC Requirements
672(1)
Analysis
673(6)
Design
679(3)
Concluding Remarks
682(1)
References 683(3)
Answers to Selected Problems 686(3)
Index 689


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