CE 470: Design of Metal Structures Solution by Keith J. Kowalkowski
Solution to Homework 6:
Problem 1:
Given and Required
Solution:
In regards to checking everything, the dimensions of the gusset plat
CE470:DesignofSteelStructuresA.H.Varma
Chapter 5. Design of Beams Flexure and Shear
5.1 Section force-deformation response & Plastic Moment (Mp)
A beam is a structural member that is subjected primari
3.4 SLIP-CRITICAL BOLTED CONNECTIONS
High strength (A325 and A490) bolts can be installed with such a degree of tightness that they
are subject to large tensile forces.
These large tensile forces in t
CE470 Spring 2014 Lab #2
EARTHQUAKE LOADS
SOLUTION
PROJECT: STEEL BUILDING DESIGN CASE STUDY
SUBJECT: LOAD TAKEOFF
SHEET 13 of 131
SEISMIC LOAD ANALYSIS PER ASCE 7-10 - EQUIVALENT LATERAL FORCE METHOD
EXAMPLE 6.1:
Design the beam column part of a braced frame for the forces shown:
PD=70k, PL=210k
Pu=420k
MD=11k-ft, ML=36k-ft
Mux_top=70.8k-ft
KL=14ft
MD=14k-ft, ML=41kMux_bot=82.4k-ft
ft
For KL=14ft,
CE470:DesignofSteelStructuresProf.Varma
4.9 DESIGN OF SINGLY SYMMETRIC CROSS-SECTIONS
So far, we have been talking about doubly symmetric wide-flange (I-shaped) sections and
channel sections. These ro
CE47005:DesignofSteelStructuresProf.Dr.A.Varma
CHAPTER 3b. WELDED CONNECTIONS
3b.1 INTRODUCTORY CONCEPTS
Structural welding is a process by which the parts that are to be connected are heated and
fuse
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Date: 12/09/13
CE-470 Laboratory Assignment
Problem 1: A C12x30 is connected with 1-in. diameter bolts in each flange, as shown in Fig. 1.If
Fy =50 ksi, Fu =65 ksi, and Ae=0.9An, compute the f
CE470Fall2013
August29,2013
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Laboratory - Problem 1
Show all work on separate paper and write answers on the attached pages. Hand in by the end of the lab.
h
g
8.33 ft.
i
25 ft.
d
e
f
25 ft.
a
b
Example 3.2 Solution
Design a double angle tension member and a gusset plated bolted connection system to carry a
factored load of 100 kips. Assume A36 (36 ksi yield stress) material for the double an
CE470:DesignofSteelStructuresProf.Varma
CHAPTER 4. COMPRESSION MEMBER DESIGN
4.1 INTRODUCTORY CONCEPTS
Compression Members: Structural elements that are subjected to axial compressive forces
only are
CHAPTER 3. BOLTED CONNECTION
3.1 INTRODUCTORY CONCEPTS
There are different types of bolted connections. They can be categorized based on the type of
loading.
Tension member connection and splice. It s
CE470:DesignofSteelStructuresProf.Varma
TensionMemberDesign
Chapter 2. TENSION MEMBER DESIGN 2.1 INTRODUCTORY CONCEPTS Stress: The stress in an axially loaded tension member is given by Equation (2.1)
3.4 SLIP-CRITICAL BOLTED CONNECTIONS High strength (A325 and A490) bolts can be installed with such a degree of tightness that they are subject to large tensile forces. These large tensile forces in t