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Contents

Preface

 

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Acknowledgements

x

Chapter DC: Basic Design Concepts

DC.1

Introduction to Design Theory

DC-1

DC.2

Design Objectives

DC-5

DC.3

Limit State Concepts

DC-5

DC.4

Searching for the Best Design

DC-7

DC.5

ASD vs. LRFD

DC-8

DC.6

Loads and Their Combinations

DC-13

DC.7

Example Problems & Homework Problems

DC-16

Chapter 1: Introduction

 

1.1 Introduction

 

1-1

1.2 History

1-2

1.3 An Overview of the AISC Steel Construction Manual

1-3

1.4 Computational Considerations

1-8

1.5 Homework Structures

 

1-9

Chapter 2: Materials

 

2.1 Steel Materials

 

2-1

2.2 Welding Materials

 

2-6

2.3 Bolts

 

2-7

Chapter 3: Tension Members

 

3.1 Tension Member Overview

 

3-1

3.2 Slenderness

 

3-3

3.3 Tensile

Yielding

of a

Member

3-4

3.4 Tensile Rupture of a Member

3-6

3.5 Tensile Yielding & Tensile Rupture of Connecting Elements

3-12

3.6 Bolt Bearing on Holes

 

3-13

3.7 Block Shear Rupture

3-16

3.8 Selecting Sections

3-20

3.9 Tension Limit State Summary

3-22

3.10 Example Problems

 

3-24

 

3.10.1 Example Problem 3.1

3-24

3.10.2 Example Problem 3.2

3-34

3.10.3 Example Problem 3.3

3-37

3.11 Homework Problems

 

3-39

Chapter 4: Bolted Connections

4.1 Overview

 

4-1

4.2 Mechanics of Load Transfer

 

4-4

4.3 Finding Forces on Bolts

4-7

4.4 Hole Size and Bolt Spacing

4-16

4.5 Tensile Rupture

 

4-17

4.6 Shear Rupture

4-19

4.7 Slip Capacity

4-21

4.8 Bolt Summary

4-25

4.9 Example Problems

4-26

 

4.9.1 Example Problem 4.1

 

4-27

4.9.2 Example Problem 4.2

4-29

4.9.3 Example Problem 4.3

4-32

4.9.4 Example Problem 4.4

4-37

4.9.5 Example Problem 4.5

4-39

4.10 Homework Problems

4-42

Chapter 5: Welded Connections

 

5.1 Introduction to Welding

 

5-1

5.2 Finding Forces on Welds

5-8

5.3 Effective

Areas

and Size Limitations of Welds

5-14

5.4 Effective Areas of Base Metal

 

5-17

5.5 Strength Limit State

5-20

5.6 Designing Welds

 

5-24

5.7 Weld Summary

5-27

5.8 Example Problems

5-28

 

5.8.1 Example Problem 5.1

 

5-29

5.8.2 Example Problem 5.2

5-30

5.8.3 Example Problem 5.3

5-31

5.8.4 Example Problem 5.4

5-32

5.8.5 Example Problem 5.5

5-34

5.9 Homework Problems

5-36

Chapter 6: Buckling Concepts

 

6.1

Buckling Basics

6-1

6.2

General Member Buckling Concepts

6-3

6.3

Local Buckling

6-6

6.4

Example Problems

6-9

6.4.1 Example

Problem

6.1

6-9

6.4.2 Example Problem 6.2

6-11

6.4.3 Example Problem 6.3

6-13

6.5

Homework Problems

6-23

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Chapter 7: Concentrically Loaded Compression Members

7.1 Introduction

7-1

7.2 Slenderness Limit State

7-1

7.3 Limit State of Flexural Buckling for Compact and Non-Compact Sections

7-2

7.4 Limit State of Flexural Buckling for Slender Sections

7-4

7.5 Limit State of Bolt Bearing on Holes

7-8

7.6 Selecting Sections

7-8

7.7 Compression Member Summary

7-10

7.8 Example Problems

7-11

7.8.1 Example Problem 7.1

7-12

7.8.2 Example Problem 7.2

7-13

7.8.3 Example Problem 7.3

7-15

7.9 Homework Problems

7-16

Chapter 8: Bending Members

8.1 Introduction

8-1

8.2 Flexure

8-1

8.2.1

Flexural Limit State Behavior

8-2

8.2.2

Determining Applicable Flexural Limit States

8-9

8.2.3

Flexural Yielding Limit State

8-11

8.2.4

Lateral Torsional Buckling Limit State

8-12

8.2.5

Compression Flange Local Buckling Limit State

8-18

8.3 Beam Shear

8-23

8.3.1 Shear

Behavior

8-23

8.3.2 Shear Strength Limit State

8-25

8.4 Beam Deflection

8-27

8.4.1 Deflection

Behavior

8-28

8.4.2 Deflection Limit State

8-28

8.5 Miscellaneous Beam Limit States

8-31

8.5.1 Web Local Yielding

8-31

8.5.2 Web Crippling

8-34

8.6 Beam Design

8-35

8.6.1 Selecting Sections

8-35

8.6.2 Cover Plates

8-37

8.6.3 Transverse Stiffeners for Shear

8-41

8.6.4 Bearing Plate Design

8-43

 

8.6.4.1 Beam Bearing on Concrete or Masonry

8-45

8.6.4.2 Column Bearing on Concrete

8-48

8.6.4.3 Beam Supporting Other Structural Element

8-49

8.6.5 Transverse Stiffeners for Concentrated Loads

8-43

8.6.6 Continuous Beam Analysis & Design

8-55

8.7 Bending Member Summary

8-55

8.8 Example Problems

8-58

8.8.1 Example Problem 8.1

8-59

8.8.2 Example Problem 8.2

8-61

8.8.3 Example Problem 8.3

8-62

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