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Unformatted text preview: CES 4605 Steel Design TEST No SOLUTION SPRING 2011 FAMUFSU College of Engineering Civil Engineering Department CES 4605: STEEL DESIGN TEST No. 1 /SP 2011 Duration 75 minutes 02/09/2011 set by: P.V. Mtenga Name___________________________________ (print) last first MI Clearly show all the steps you use to arrive at your answer. Any implied information should be pointed out (e.g. what section and equation in the AISC Manual is being used ). ALWAYS operate with a complete and clear FREE BODY DIAGRAM (FBD) where appropriate. START EACH PROBLEM SOLUTION ON A FRESH PAGE. USE LRFD DESIGN PHILOSOPHY UNLESS OTHERWISE DIRECTED. . FOLLOW ALL INSTRUCTIONS P rob lem No. 1 [N ote: Explain m ea ns givin g convi nc in g rea so n(s)]. B riefly ( usi n g graph s an d app rop riate s ketch es as neces sary ) ans wer th e follow ing. i) Ex plain wh y we need to add 1/8in to t he d iam eter of t he bo lt w hen calc ulating the net are a in the de sign of tension m em bers. Need to add 1/16 Need to add 1/16 Need to add 1/16 Need to add 1/16in as toleran ce to allow the bolt placement in as toleran ce to allow the bolt placement in as toleran ce to allow the bolt placement in as toleran ce to allow the bolt placement and additional 1/16 and additional 1/16 and additional 1/16 and additional 1/16in to account for damage on the in to account for damage on the in to account for damage on the in to account for damage on the perimeter of the hole that occur durin g punchin g. perimeter of the hole that occur durin g punchin g. perimeter of the hole that occur durin g punchin g. perimeter of the hole that occur durin g punchin g. Thus Thus Thus Thus 1/16+ 1/16 = 1 1/16+ 1/16 = 1...
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