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1 Design of Steel Structural

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6 Mohammed Alsabban Office : 1153 Ext Mobile Office Hours: – Sun 8am:10am – Tue 11am:12 noon – Wed 5pm:6pm

7 Text Book: Structural Steel Design Authors: – Jack C. McCormac and – Stephen F. Csernak Publisher: Pearson Edition: Fifth (International) Year: 2012

8 Manual 14 th edition of the Steel Construction Manual (AISCM) Based on the 2010 Specification for Structural Steel Buildings (ANSI / AISC ), (AISCS)

9 Topics Covered During Class S/N Topic title Lecture Hours Weeks (Equivalent) 1 Introduction to Structural Steel Design Specifications, Loads, and Methods of Design Analysis of Tension Members 31 4 Design of Tension Members 31 5 Intro to Axially Loaded Compression Members 31 First Term Exam Design of Axially Loaded Compression Members Design of Axially Loaded Compression Members (Continued) and Column Base Plates 31 8 Introduction to Beams Second Term Exam Design of Beams for Moments Design of Beams-Miscellaneous Topics (Shear, Deflection, etc) Bending and Axial Force 31 Third Term Exam Bolted Connections Forth Term Exam Eccentrically Loaded Bolted Connections and Historical Notes on Rivets Welded Connections 31 Fifth Term Exam Review 31 Final Examination Total 4515

10 Advantages Great Strength Light weight Ease of fabrication Uniformity Elasticity Permanence Ductility Toughness Additions to existing structures Ability to be fastened together by several simple connectors Adaptation to prefabrication Speed of erection Ability to be rolled into wide variety of sizes and shapes Reuse Scrap value Structural Steel Design, Fifth Edition, McCormac and Csernak, 2012 (International 10 Structural Steel

11 Disadvantages Corrosion Fireproofing Cost Susceptibility to buckling Fatigue Brittle fracture Structural Steel Design, Fifth Edition, McCormac and Csernak, 2012 (International 11 Structural Steel

12 Effect of temperature on yield strength Structural Steel Design, Fifth Edition, McCormac and Csernak, 2012 (International 12

13 First Completely Framed with Structural Steel Building Completed in Chicago in 1890 Structural Steel Design, Fifth Edition, McCormac and Csernak, 2012 (International 13 Historical Note

14 Rolled-steel shapes Structural Steel Design, Fifth Edition, McCormac and Csernak, 2012 (International 14

15 Cold-formed shapes Structural Steel Design, Fifth Edition, McCormac and Csernak, 2012 (International 15

16 Concrete floor slabs Cast on formed steel decks Structural Steel Design, Fifth Edition, McCormac and Csernak, 2012 (International 16

17 Metric Units The metric equivalents of the standard U.S. shapes are provided in section 17 of AISCM W920 X 449 means 920 mm deep and weight 449 kg/m Structural Steel Design, Fifth Edition, McCormac and Csernak, 2012 (International 17

18 Stress-Strain Relationships Typical stress-strain diagram for mild or low- carbon structural steel at room temperature Structural Steel Design, Fifth Edition, McCormac and Csernak, 2012 (International 18

19 Stress-Strain Relationships Typical stress-strain curves Structural Steel Design, Fifth Edition, McCormac and Csernak, 2012 (International 19

20 Brittle steel Typical stress-strain diagram for brittle steel Structural Steel Design, Fifth Edition, McCormac and Csernak, 2012 (International 20

21 ASTM Specification for Structural Shapes Structural Steel Design, Fifth Edition, McCormac and Csernak, 2012 (International 21

22 Structural Steel Design, Fifth Edition, McCormac and Csernak, 2012 (International 22

23 Part of detail drawing Structural Steel Design, Fifth Edition, McCormac and Csernak, 2012 (International 23

24 Part of erection drawing Structural Steel Design, Fifth Edition, McCormac and Csernak, 2012 (International 24

25 Responsibilities of the Structural Designer Safety – Safely support loads – Control deflection – Control vibrations Cost – Standard size members – Simple connections and details – Low cost maintenance Constructability – Learn detailing – Learnt fabrication – Learn erection of steel Structural Steel Design, Fifth Edition, McCormac and Csernak, 2012 (International 25

26 Building Code and Specifications Must refer to Building Code and Specifications Local Building Code and Rules of Municipalities AISCS will be used for Structural steel Structural Steel Design, Fifth Edition, McCormac and Csernak, 2012 (International 26

27 Loads Accurate estimation Worst possible combinations If no local code use ASCE 7 (ANSI 58.1 Standards) Structural Steel Design, Fifth Edition, McCormac and Csernak, 2012 (International 27

28 Dead Loads Other are found in part 17 of AISCM Structural Steel Design, Fifth Edition, McCormac and Csernak, 2012 (International 28

29 Live Loads Typical minimum uniform table (p.55) Structural Steel Design, Fifth Edition, McCormac and Csernak, 2012 (International 29

30 Live Loads Typical Concentrated Live Loads table 2.3 p55 Structural Steel Design, Fifth Edition, McCormac and Csernak, 2012 (International 30

31 Impact Impact factor (p. 56) Structural Steel Design, Fifth Edition, McCormac and Csernak, 2012 (International 31

32 Environmental Loads Snow Rain Wind Earthquake Structural Steel Design, Fifth Edition, McCormac and Csernak, 2012 (International 32

33 Two Design Methods Structural Steel Design, Fifth Edition, McCormac and Csernak, 2012 (International 33

34 Combined Loads

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