Module 2 Lecture - Loading On Steel Structures 2019.pptx - 200470 CT 4 \u2013 Steel Lecture 2 \u2013 Loading on Steel Structures Overview of Lecture \u2022

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200470 CT 4 – Steel Lecture 2 – Loading on Steel Structures
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Weight of common building materials Types of dead, live and wind loads on steel structures Effects of dead, live and wind loads on steel structures Codes and standards related to loading on steel structures Design and regional wind speeds in Australia Effect of pressure and drag on steel structures Determining wind classification Overview of Lecture
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Short video – Steel Structure During Earthquake
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Weight of common materials Water has a mass of 1000 kilograms (kg) or one tonne per cubic metre () Water at 0 °C is 999.972 kg Ice = 917 kg Wind packed snow = 350 – 400 kg Very wet to firm = 600 – 700 kg Dry Sand = 1602 kg Wet Sand = 1905 kg Soil = 1200 – 1700 kg Unreinforced concrete = 2400 kg Reinforced concrete = 2500 kg Mild Steel = 7850 kg Aluminium = 2712 kg Source:
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Loads on steel Structures Dead load Live load Wind load Earthquake load Snow load Impact/explosive load Thermal load Settlement load
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Australian Standards 1170 AS/NZS 1170.0: 2002 - Structural design actions Part 0 – General Principles Dead and Live load definition Weight of construction system-dead load (DL) Floor UDL live load (as a kPa load) Concentrated live load (as a kN load) for localised effect kPa is a measure of pressure 1 Pascal = 1 newton/ or 1kg/ 1kPa = 100kg/
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Dead Loads (DL) Dead load is defined as:
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