# hw4 - members(Your design must include the batten plate...

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x y 70cm 50cm 5m 12m 7m A B 4m 6m I 450 I 400 C y 10m A 6m 6m x C B IPBv 360 IPBv3 40 4m 1cm 1cm x y Due April 14, 2004 CE 485 - FUNDAMENTALS OF STEEL DESIGN HOMEWORK 4 1. Calculate the allowable axial compressive load that can be carried by the built-up column AB, which is made of four C240 sections. St37, EY loading. Batten spacing is 60 cm. 35cm 35cm 35cm x y 2. Design the built-up column made of 8-equal-leg angle sections for an axial compressive load of 80 tons. Effective length factors are k x =0.85 and k y =1.6. St37, EY loading. Use the optimum spacing between main
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Unformatted text preview: members. (Your design must include the batten plate dimensions.) The clear length of the column is 10 meters. 3. Calculate the allowable axial compressive load for the given column made of 2-L100x75x9 unequal-leg angle sections. Effective length of the column is the same about both x and y axes, and is 4.5m. Batten spacing is 30 cm. St37, EY loading. Cross-section of AB and BC...
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