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MAPÚA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY

School of Civil, Environmental, and Geological Engineering

VISION

Mapúa shall be among the best universities in the world.

MISSION

a.) the Institute shall provide a learning environment in order for its students to acquire the attributes that
will make them globally competitive.
b.) the Institute shall engage in economically viable research, development and innovation.
c.) the Institute shall provide state-of-the-art solutions to problems of industries and communities.

PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES MISSION


Within the five years after graduation, the graduates of Civil Engineering a b c
program shall have:

i. Undertaken, singly or in teams, projects that show ability to solve


complex engineering problems; √ √ √
ii. Had substantial involvement in projects that take into consideration
safety, health, environmental concerns and the public welfare,
partly through adherence to required codes and laws; √ √ √
iii. Demonstrated professional success via promotions and/or positions
of increasing responsibility; √ √ √
iv. Demonstrated life-long learning via progress toward completion of
an advanced degree, professional development/continuing
educational courses, or industrial training courses; √ √ √
v. Exhibited professional behavior and attitude in engineering
practice; and √ √ √
vi. Initiated and implemented actions toward the improvement of
engineering practice. √ √ √

COURSE SYLLABUS

1. Course Code: CE134P

2. Course Title: STRUCTURAL DESIGN 2: STEEL AND TIMBER DESIGN

3. Pre-requisite: CE132P, CE133P, ESE150, CE132X

CE133P, CE151 (for CEM)

4. Credit/Class schedule: 5 units: 4 units lecture (6 hrs/week) and1 unit lab (4.5 hours per week)

5. Course Description:

This course deals with the behavior and design of structural steel and structural wood subject to
flexure, tension, compression and combined loads; connection designs and provisions of the
National Structural Code of the Philippines and other relevant codes and standards.

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6. Program Outcomes and Relationship to Program Educational Objectives
PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL
PROGRAM OUTCOMES OBJECTIVES
1 2 3 4 5 6
a. Ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science and engineering      
b. Ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and
     
interpret data
c. Ability to design a system, component, or process to meet desired needs
within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, social,      
political, ethical, health and safety, manufacturability, and sustainability

d. Ability to function on multi-disciplinary teams      


e. Ability to identify, formulate and solve engineering problems      
f. Understanding of professional and ethical responsibility      
g. Ability to communicate effectively      
h. Broad education necessary to understand the impact of engineering
solutions in the global and societal context      

i. Recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in life-long learning      


j. Knowledge of contemporary issues      
k. Ability to use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary
for engineering practice      

l. Knowledge and understanding of engineering and management principles


as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in      
multidisciplinary environments

7. Course Outcomes and Relationship to Program Outcomes:

Course Outcomes Program Outcomes

After completing the course, the student should be able


a b c d e f g h i j k l
to:
Know the allowable tensile stresses on steel
1 D D D D
needed to design and analyze tension members.
Know the allowable compressive stresses on
2 steel needed to design and analyze D D D D
compression members.
Know the allowable bending stresses on steel
3 needed to design and analyze laterally D D D D
supported and unsupported steel beams.
Know the specifications and code requirements
needed in the design and analysis of Beam-
Columns for combined axial and bending
4 D D D D
stresses. Analyze and design bolted and welded
connections subjected to tension and eccentric
shear loads.
Apply Plastic Analysis & Design on steel
5 members. Analyze and design timber beams D D D D
and columns.

* Level: I- Introduced, R- Reinforced, D- Demonstrated

8. Course Coverage :

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WEEK COURSE OUTCOME TOPIC TLA AT
I. Orientation
Discussion/
Mission-Vision of CE-EnSE; Course
Presentation
requirements and grading system;
II. Introduction to Structural
Steel Design
Advantages / Disadvantages of
steel as structural material Workout
Uses of high strength steels and 1.a.
Library Work/
properties Introduction
Discussions
1 Objectives of the structural to Steel
design Design
er
Specification and building codes
Design load considerations
III.Review of Section Workout
CO1: Know the allowable tensile Properties 1.b. Review
stresses on steel needed to design Lecture/
Area, Centroid, Moments of of Section
and analyze tension members. Discussions
Inertia, Section Modulus, Properties
Radius of Gyration.
IV. Tension Members
Allowable tensile stresses and
loads Workout 1.c.
Lecture/
Tension member analysis Tension
Discussions
Net areas, effect of staggered Members
holes, effective net areas
2 Length effects
Selection of sections and design of Workout
tension members Lecture/ 1.c.
Built-up tension members Discussions Tension
Pin-connected members Members
Examination Quiz # 1
V.Design of Compression
Members Workout 2.a.
Lecture/
Development of ideal column Compression
Discussions
formulas Members
ASD and AASHTO formulas
End restraint and effective lengths
CO2: Know the allowable of columns Workout 2.a.
compressive stresses on steel Lecture/
3 Columns with different unbraced Compression
needed to design and analyze Discussions
lengths Members
compression members. Design of columns and strut
Workout 2.b.
Design of built-up columns Lecture/
Column
Design of column base plates Discussions
Base Plate
Examination Quiz # 2
VI.Design of Flexural
Members Workout 3.a.
Lecture/
General considerations Beam
Discussions
Selection of beams Design
CO3: Know the allowable Compact sections
bending stresses on steel Design of laterally supported
Workout 3.a.
4 needed to design and analyze beams Lecture/
Beam
laterally supported and Design of laterally unsupported Discussions
Design
unsupported steel beams. beams
Design of continuous beams
Workout 3.a.
Web buckling, crippling and Lecture/
Beam
yielding Discussions
Design
Shear criteria

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Strong versus weak –axis bending Workout 3.b.
Biaxial bending and bending on Lecture/ Purlin and
unsymmetrical sections Discussions Bear Bearing
Design of purlins Plate Design
Examination Quiz # 3
Workout
VII.Combined Axial and
4.a.
Bending Stress Lecture/
Combined
General Considerations of Axial Discussions
Axial and
load with bending
Bending
Workout
Calculation of stresses
4.a.
Specifications and codes Lecture/
Combined
requirements for combined Discussions
Axial and
stresses
Bending
5
Effective lengths of columns in Workout
building frames using Alignment 4.a.
Lecture/
Chart Combined
Discussions
Determination of the interaction Axial and
reduction coefficient Cm Bending
Workout
Design of beam-columns using 4.a.
Lecture/
interaction equations Combined
Discussions
Axial and
Bending
VIII.Bolted Connections Workout
Introduction / Types of bolts 4.b. Bolted,
Lecture/
History, advantages and Riveted and
Discussions
installation of high-strength bolts Welded
CO4: Know the specifications Load transfer and types of joints Connections
and code requirements needed Failure of bolted joints Workout
in the design and analysis of Specifications for high-strength 4.b. Bolted,
Beam-Columns for combined Lecture/
bolts Riveted and
axial and bending stresses. Discussions
Spacing and edge distances of Welded
Analyze and design bolted and bolts Connections
6 welded connections subjected
Workout
to tension and eccentric shear
Bearing type connections 4.b. Bolted,
loads. Lecture/
Friction type connections Riveted and
Discussions
Bolts subjected to eccentric shear Welded
Connections
Workout
Tension loads on bolted joints
4.b. Bolted,
Beam framing connections Lecture/
Riveted and
Bolts subjected to combined shear Discussions
Welded
and tension
Connections
IX.Welded Connections Workout
General considerations 4.b. Bolted,
Lecture/
Advantages, types and inspection Riveted and
Discussions
of welding Welded
Classification of welds Connections
Workout
Types of joints and welds
4.b. Bolted,
Specification and code Lecture/
Riveted and
7 requirement of welds Discussions
Welded
Design of fillet welds
Connections
Design of fillet welds for truss
Research on
members Lecture/
Building
Shear and torsion Discussions
Connections
Shear and bending
Examination Quiz # 4

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Workout
X.Plastic Analysis and Design
5.a.
Introduction Lecture/
Plastic
Theory of Plastic analysis Discussions
Analysis and
Plastic modulus
Design
Factor of Safety and Load Factors Workout
Plastic analysis by the Equilibrium 5.a.
Lecture/
8 Method Plastic
Discussions
Location of Plastic Hinge for Analysis and
Uniform Loading Design
Workout
AISC requirements for plastic
5.a.
design Lecture/
Plastic
Continuous beams Discussions
Analysis and
Plastic Analysis of Frames
Design
XI. Introduction to Structural
Timber Design
Workout
Advantages and Disadvantages
Lecture/ 5.b.
Properties and Uses of Structural
Discussions Timber
Timber
CO5: Apply Plastic Analysis & Design
Specifications and Building Codes
Design on steel members. Design Load Consideration
Analyze and design timber XII. Design of Flexural
9 beams and columns. Members Workout
Introduction Lecture/ 5.b.
Bending Stress on Beams Discussions Timber
Shearing Stress on Beams Design
Deflection of Beams
Workout
Lecture/ 5.b.
XIII. Design of Floor Joists
Discussions Timber
Design
XIV.Design of Compression
Workout
Members
Lecture/ 5.b.
Introduction
Discussions Timber
Allowable Compressive Stresses
Design
Compression Member Analysis
Design of Rectangular/Circular Workout
Column Lecture/ 5.b.
10 Design of Compression Truss Discussions Timber
Member Design
Bb Online
Quiz # 5
Examination
CO1: Know the allowable IX. Submission of Case
Student
tensile stresses on steel needed Analysis and/or Design Oral Defense
Portfolio
to design and analyze tension Project
members.

CO2: Know the allowable


compressive stresses on steel
needed to design and analyze
compression members.

CO3: Know the allowable


Final
bending stresses on steel Written
11 Examinatio
needed to design and analyze Examination
n
laterally supported and
unsupported steel beams.

CO4: Know the specifications


and code requirements needed
in the design and analysis of
Beam-Columns for combined
axial and bending stresses.
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Analyze and design bolted and
welded connections subjected
to tension and eccentric shear
loads.

CO5: Apply Plastic Analysis &


Design on steel members.
Analyze and design timber
beams and columns.

9. Lifelong-Learning Outcomes:
Students can apply the knowledge gained from classroom discussion into actual industry practice and improve
on their technical and personal competencies.

10. Contribution of Course to Meeting the Professional Component:


General education component – 20 %
Basic Sciences and Mathematics – 30%
General education component – 50 %

11. Textbook: Segui, William, Steel Design, 5th Ed., 2013

12. Course Evaluation :


The minimum requirement for a passing grade is 70% final grade average from the following:

Lecture
Suggested Assessment Tools
Weight
For LECTURE COMPONENT
1 Quizzes 30%
2 Final Examination 40%
TOTAL 70%

Laboratory
Suggested Assessment Tools
Weight
For FIELD COMPONENT
1 Class Work (CW) 10%
2 Class Produced Reviewer (CPR) 10%
2 Design Project 10%
TOTAL 30%

The final grade of the student will be given as reflected in the table below.
Avera
Below 70 - 74 - 77 - 80 - 84 - 87 - 90 - 94 - Above
ge
70 73.99 76.99 79.99 83.99 86.99 89.99 93.99 96.99 97
(%)
Final
5.00 3.00 2.75 2.50 2.25 2.00 1.75 1.50 1.25 1.00
Grade

Aside from academic deficiency, others grounds for a failing grade are:

take the final exam

13. Other References


National Structural Code of the Philippines (NSCP),
Association of Structural Engineers of the Philippines Manual (ASEP), 2001
Brockenbrough Structural Steel Designer’s Handbook, McGraw Hill
Dubina and Ungureanu Steel: New and Traditional Material Build
Mazzolani and Wada Behavior of Steel Structure in seismic Areas 2006
AITC Timber Construction Manual
Thelandersson Timber Engineering
DRGonzales, ESCruz Structural Engineering Laboratory Manual

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14. Other Course Policies
a. Attendance
According to CHED policy, total number of absences by the students should not be more than 20% of the
total number of meetings or 9 hours for a three-unit course. Students incurring more than 9 hours
(lecture or laboratory) of unexcused absences automatically gets a failing grade regardless of class
standing.
b. Submission of Assessment Tasks
Late submissions of Learning Activities will not be accepted.
c. Written Examination
There will be 4 quizzes covering the intended COs. The final examination will be the summative
assessment of the four COs and will have to demonstrate understanding of the course. Exams will be
administered as scheduled. No special exam will be given unless with a valid reason subject to approval
by the Program Coordinator.
d. Course Portfolio
Selected assessment tools are to be compiled and collected before the end of the term. The selection is
based on statistical data gathering (lowest, median, highest). Learning tasks and examinations with
marks lowest, median, and highest must be photocopied and must be given back to the instructor for
course portfolio keeping.
e. Language of Instruction
Lectures, discussion, and documentation will be in English. Written and spoken work may receive a lower
mark if it is, in the opinion of the instructor, deficient in English.
f. Honor, Dress and Grooming Codes
Students must abide with the Dress and Grooming Codes of the University.
Honor Code - All are expected to embody and practice the University’s core values – Discipline, Excellence,
Commitment, Integrity, and Relevance. In the same manner, Respect, Courtesy, and Politeness are given
emphasis in order to create an atmosphere conducive to learning. Academic dishonesty or any form of
cheating is a major offense. Found guilty has a sanction of suspension, with or without community service;
non-readmission; dismissal; expulsion from the University.
https://www.mapua.edu.ph/About/Offices/OPD/Assets/STUDENT%20DISCIPLINE%20HANDBOOK.pdf
g. Consultation Schedule
Consultation schedules with the Professor are posted outside the CEGE Faculty room. It is recommended
that the student first set an appointment to confirm the instructor’s availability.

15. Course Materials Made Available:

Syllabus
Handouts/ Lecture Notes
Guidelines, Grading Criteria, Format of Case Analysis and/or Design Project

16. Committee Members:

Engr. Edgardo S. Cruz


Engr. Divina R. Gonzales
Engr. Jocelyn S. Buluran

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