155 Lecture Slides - EE 155 CEE 155 tructural Steel Design Structural Steel Design Instructor Dr Farzin Zareian Dr Farzin Zareian 1 1 Dr Farzin

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Unformatted text preview: EE 155 CEE 155 tructural Steel Design Structural Steel Design Instructor: Dr. Farzin Zareian Dr. Farzin Zareian 1 1 Dr. Farzin Zareian Course outline Course units: 4 units Prerequisites: CEE 151 D his means you know probability and statistics, statics, strength of This means you know probability and statistics, statics, strength of materials, and structural analysis Text Book: William T. Segui, Steel Design, 4 th Edition, Thompson, 2007 Manual of Steel Construction: AISC 13 th Edition, 2005 Other Books: Jack C. McCormac, Structural Steel Design, 4 th Edition, Prentice Hall, 2008 harles G Salmon and Charles G Salmon Steel Structures: Charles G. Salmon and Charles G. Salmon, Steel Structures: Design and Behavior, 4th Edition, Prentice Hall, 2009 Dr. Farzin Zareian Dr. Farzin Zareian Course outline Meetings: Lecture: Tuesday & Thursday 3:30 PM – 4:50 PM. MPAA 320 iscussion: 50 in er week (Held by your TA: ahareh obasher Discussion: 50 min. per week (Held by your TA: Bahareh Mobasher). Office hours: Tuesday & Thursday 2:30 PM – 3:30 PM. E4141 Engineering Gateway Work Credit (CEE 155): Home Work 3% Pop quizzes 2% (during class) Midterm exam 45% (TBA) Final exam 50% (on Tuesday, Dec 6 th ) Total 100% Dr. Farzin Zareian Dr. Farzin Zareian Course outline Course Outcomes: 1. Analyze steel structures and members subjected to axial, transverse and combined axial and transverse loads. 2. Recognize and evaluate fundamental material behavior of steel and fundamental structural responses of steel members and their influence on overall structural response and member selection. 3. Design steel members subject to axial loads . 4. Design steel members subject to transverse loads . 5. Design steel members subject to combined axial and transverse loads . 6. Select and design appropriate connection details using threaded fasteners. elect and design appropriate onnection etails sing elds 7. Select and design appropriate connection details using welds. 8. Select appropriate structural systems for given loading conditions. 9. Evaluate the relative merits of alternative designs based on efficiency . ppropriately select and pecify ASTM material pes as appropriate for 10.Appropriately select and specify ASTM material types as appropriate for steel member types. 11.Utilize references commonly used in professional practice such as esign tables and charts in the AISC Manual of Steel Construction Dr. Farzin Zareian Dr. Farzin Zareian design tables and charts in the AISC Manual of Steel Construction. Course outline opic Segui ate Topic Section Numbers Date Introduction & Load Combinations Review of Statistics, Stress, Analysis and Design of members, Different types of stresses, General Chapter 1 & 2 Week 1 ension Members yp , loading conditions and components of stress Tension Members Tensile strength, effective area, staggered fasteners, block shear, esign of tension members, threaded Chapter 3 Week 2 design of tension members, threaded rods and cables, tension members in roof trusses, pin-connected members....
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155 Lecture Slides - EE 155 CEE 155 tructural Steel Design Structural Steel Design Instructor Dr Farzin Zareian Dr Farzin Zareian 1 1 Dr Farzin

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