TEXTS: 1. ITU STEEL STRUCTURES LECTURE NOTES-Prof.Dr. Cavidan YORGUN 2. YEDİTEPE UNI. STEEL STRUCTURES LECTURE NOTES-Prof.Dr. Nesrin YARDIMCI 3. ÇELİK YAPILAR-Prof.Dr. Hilmi Deren,Prof.Dr. Erdoğan UZGİDER, Doç.Dr. Filiz PİROĞLU 4. ÇELİK YAPILAR-Prof.Dr. A. Zafer ÖZTÜRK 5. THE BEHAVIOUR AND DESIGN OF STEEL STRUCTURE TO EC3-4 th Ed. 6. DBYBY 2007- Deprem Bölgelerinde Yapılacak Binalar Hakkında Yönetmelik 7. TS648- Çelik Yapıların Hesap ve Kuralları 8. TS498-Yapı Elemanlarının Boyutlandırılmasında Alınacak Yüklerin Hesap Değerleri 9. ODTU ÇELİK YAPI ELEMANLARI(Analzi ve Tasarım)- Engin Keyder, S. Tanvir Wasti
PREREQUISITE: MEK201 Statics MEK212 Strength of Materials MLZ203 Materials Science MLZ204 Materials of Construction İNŞ313 Structural Analysis MAT193 Calculus I and MAT194 Calculus II
TIME SCHEDULE: WEEKDATECONTENT 116.02.2015INTRODUCTION 223.02.2015BOLTED CONNECTIONS 302.03.2015BOLTED CONNECTIONS 409.03.2015WELDED CONNECTIONS 516.03.2015WELDED CONNECTIONS 623.03-28.03 2015MIDTERM I WEEK 730.03.2015TENSION MEMBERS 806.04.2015TENSION MEMBERS 913.04.2015COMPRESSION MEMBERS 1020.05.2015COMPRESSION MEMBERS 1127.05.2015BEAMS 1204.05-09.05 2015MIDTERM II WEEK 1311.05.2015BEAM-COLUMNS 1418.05.2015TRUSSES 1528.05-10.06 2015FINAL EXAM WEEK
INTRODUCTION: HISTORICAL BACKGROUND STRUCTURAL DESIGN STRUCTURAL STEEL PROPERTIES OF STEEL BUILDINGS STEEL STRUCTURAL SYSTEMS SPECIFICATIONS AND LOADS
BOLTED CONNECTIONS: TYPES OF BOLTS FAILURE OF BOLTED CONNECTIONS SHEAR STRENGTH BEARING STRENGTH, SPACING AND EDGE DISTANCE REQUIREMENTS TENSILE STRENGTH INSTALLATION OF HIGH-STRENGTH BOLTS SLIP-CRITICAL AND BEARING-TYPE CONNECTIONS COMBINED SHEAR AND TENSION IN FASTENERS ECCENTRIC BOLTED CONNECTIONS
WELDED CONNECTIONS: ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES TYPES OF WELDING GROOVE WELDS FILLET WELDS WEDING SYMBOLS STRENGTH OF WELDS
TENSION MEMBERS: TENSILE STRENGTH NET AREA STAGGERED HOLES EFFECTIVE AREA DESIGN OF TENSION MEMBERS
COMPRESSION MEMBERS: COLUMN THEORY EFFECTIVE LENGTH DESIGN OF COMPRESSION MEMBERS(AISC) LOCAL STABILITY BUILT-UP COLUMNS
BEAMS: SHAPES AND SUPPORTS FLEXURE BENDING STRESS LATERAL BUCKLING SHEAR STREGTH DEFLECTION DESIGN OF BEAMS SPECIAL BEAMS COMPOSITE BENDING MEMBERS
TRUSSES: SHAPE OF TRUSSES NODES ROOF TRUSSES BRACINGS
STEEL STRUCTURES APPLICATIONS:
QUIZZES, MIDTERMS and FINAL EXAM: 1. Quiz problems will include theory as well as numerical problems. 2. All quizzes and exams are closed book. 3. All problem solutions must be done on paper provided. Work will be done on one side only. The format of the solution must include assumptions and the solution or answer clearly shown. 4. The solution must illustrate the understanding of the material. Correct numerical solutions alone are insufficient for any credit. 5. If a problem starts with incorrect assumptions and formulations, it will receive no credit. 6. All answers must be accompanied by units. 7. Quizzes and exams are to be taken with a fully charged calculator. Calculators may not be borrowed during the quizzes. 8. The dates of the quizzes will be announced. 9. No mid-term warning notice will be given. 10. Students cannot leave the classroom during quizzes or exam. 11. Cell phones must be OFF and laptop computers / notebooks / tablets not necessary in class.
HOMEWORK POLICY: 1. Homework will be assigned as the material is covered and will be put in to the box (NO:3-Steel Structures and Steel Project) before Frıday. 2. No assignment will be accepted after the answers have been posted. Students are encouraged to discuss and formulate solutions to the problems by working in teams. 3. However, assignments must be completed and submitted individually. Simply copying the answers from another student or from a solutions manual is not acceptable and will not be tolerated.
GUIDELINES FOR HOMEWORK : 1. Use good quality paper, such as engineering graph paper or college-ruled paper, any color, with no spiral edges 2. Write on only one side of the paper 3. Either pen or pencil is acceptable 4. On the top of each page, in the space provided, LETTER your classroom instructor’s name and section, problem number, student’s name (LAST, FIRST) and page number (1 of 7, 2 of 7, etc.). 5. The problems must be presented in numerical order as assigned. One problem per page. Write on one side of the sheet only. Lettering and numbers are to be neat, clear and legible. 6. Neatly box all answers, and include appropriate units for numerical answers 7. Show all work (e.g. no work means no credit will be given) 8. Staple all pages together in the upper left corner
GRADES: 10% 20% 15% 5% 50% LUCK SKILL CONCENTRATED POWER OF WILL PLEASURE PAIN 100% REASON TO REMEMBER MY NAME