TYPICAL JOINT DETAILING OF STEEL HOLLOW SECTIONS

JOINT DETAILING OF STEEL HOLLOW SECTIONS Detailing of joints in steel structure is as much important as detailing of main structural members. Ultimately loads from structures are transferred to different structural members through joints. So, a good detailing of joints in ...

GANTRY GIRDER DESIGN BASIS

Overhead travelling cranes are used in factories and workshops to lift heavy materials, equipments, etc and to carry them from one place to the other. These cranes are either hand operated or electrically operated. The crane consists of a bridge ...

METHODS OF STEEL STRUCTURE DESIGN

Joints in structures have been assumed to behave as either pinned or rigid to render design calculations manageable. In ‘simple design’ the joints are idealised as perfect pins. ‘Continuous design’ assumes that joints are rigid and that no relative rotation ...

High Rise Structures

A high-rise is a tall building or structure·Buildings between 75 feet and 491 feet (23 ...

Composites in Civil Engineering

Civil Engineers are known to test the limits of building structures, by going higher, longer or lighter. On the other hand Civil Engineers are by definition very conservative. These two professional characteristics come together when Civil Engineers are exploring the ...

Cold Formed/Light Guage Steel Section- Design

The manufacturing processes have been significantly developed and different shapes of sheeting profile are easy to produce. Steel sheeting is also easy to bend to different shapes e.g. curved roof structures., cylindrical products e.g. culverts etc. The products are delivered ...

Steel Connection Design-I

Steel Connections must be designed at the strength limit stateAverage of the factored force effect at the connection and the force effect in the member at the same pointAt least 75% of the force ...

Steel Connection Design-I

Steel Connections must be designed at the strength limit stateAverage of the factored force effect at the connection and the force effect in the member at the same pointAt least 75% of the force ...