Consider the composite column drawn below. It will be an exterior member
in the top-most story of a high-rise framing system, and it will support a
continuously attached faade wall; which will induce the uniformly distributed
traction drawn below.
When wi
CEE 4740: Introduction to the Behavior of Metal Structures
Design Project: Submittal #1
Nicholas Voerg
Clifford Gunther
Dae-ik Jo
1) The various loads have been determined as the following:
Dead Load (neglecting member self weights): 20 psf
- This is an a
AISC Manual of Steel Construction, 13th Edition - Table 1
Geometric Properties
Section
A
2
L8 x 8 x 1.125
L8 x 8 x 1
L8 x 8 x 0.875
L8 x 8 x 0.75
L8 x 8 x 0.625
L8 x 8 x 0.563
L8 x 8 x 0.5
L8 x 6 x 1
L8 x 6 x 0.875
L8 x 6 x 0.75
L8 x 6 x 0.625
L8 x 6 x 0.
AISC Manual of Steel Construction, 13th Edition - Table 1
Geometric Properties
Section
dnom
in
W44 x 335
W44 x 290
W44 x 262
W44 x 230
W40 x 593
W40 x 503
W40 x 431
W40 x 397
W40 x 392
W40 x 372
W40 x 362
W40 x 331
W40 x 327
W40 x 324
W40 x 297
W40 x 294
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(33.8 DEAD LOADS '
(33.2 WEiGEiiS OF MATERIALS AND
CONSTRHCTiONS
To establish uniform practice arnong designers, it
is desirable to present a iist of materials generaliy
used in buiiding construction. together with their
proper weights. Many building code
CONNECTIONS: Eccentric Shear
Eccentric Shear is characterized as an in-plane loading condition in which the
line of action of the applied loading resultant does not coincide with the center
of gravity for the connection bolt group.
Examples:
e
P
e
P
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Lecture notes for CEE 4740:
Introduction to the behavior of steel
structures
C. J. Earls
May 13, 2010
1
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AISC Manual of Steel Construction, 13th Edition - Table 1
Geometric Properties
Section
Mechanical Properties
A
d
bf
k1
Wt
Zyy
J
Cw
in
W44 x 335
W44 x 290
W44 x 262
W44 x 230
W40 x 593
W40 x 503
W40 x 431
W40 x 397
W40 x 392
W40 x 372
W40 x 362
W40 x 331
W
Nicholas Voerg, Clifford Gunther, Dae-ik Jo
Design Submittal 2
CEE 4740: Introduction to the Behavior of Metal Structures
3/1/2011
Given Design Loads
Dead Load DL=
Live Load LL=
Roof Live Load RLL=
Snow Load SL=
Wind Load WL=
60
100
20
42
10
Building Dime
HW 1 Solution
C. J. Earls
February 1, 2011
1
Equilibrium of moments
From a consideration of global equilibrium, we know the internal member
shear to be constant, and of the value p e (see left portion of Figure (1).
A consideration of moment equilibrium a
CEE 4740: Homework 2
Please upload to blackboard as PDF
Please use the provisions in Chapter F of the AISC specication to compute
and plot the nominal moment capacity versus unbraced length for the following
wide ange cross-section:
W8 x 10
Consider unbr
Nicholas Voerg, Clifford Gunther, Dae-Ik Jo
Steel Design
Submittal #3
CEE 4740: Introduction to the behavior of metal structures
4/7/2011
Process:
We chose to use a flat truss for our design after comparing the performance of a flat truss
against other tr
C3.0 DEAD LOADS
C3.2 WEIGHTS OF MATERIALS AND
CONSTRUCTIONS
To esiablish uniform practice among designers, it
is desirable to present a list of materials generally
used in building construction, together with their
proper weights. Many building codes pres