Homework 1 Solution
Statics and Mechanics Review
CE 335 Elements of Steel Design
Problem 1
For the beams below, determine the support reactions and draw the shear and moment diagrams (clearly
indicate your sign convention). Label the maximum and minimum v
Homework 8
Compression Members in Frames
CEE 335 Elements of Steel Design
Assigned: Monday March 31, 2014
Due: Friday April 11, 2014
Problem 1
For each of the following frames, compute the eective length factor, K, for buckling in the column A in
the plan
Homework 1
Statics and Mechanics Review
CE 335 Elements of Steel Design
Assigned: Wednesday January 15, 2014
Due: Wednesday January 22, 2014
Problem 1
For the beams below, determine the support reactions and draw the shear and moment diagrams (clearly
ind
Homework 4 Solutions - Tension Member Design
Problem 1
3
Determine the LRFD design strength of a double angle, 7 4 4 in with two gage lines in its long leg
7
and one in its short leg , 8 in bolts as shown below. Standard gages are to be used. A36 steel is
Homework 8 Solutions - Compression Members in Frames
1
Problem 1
For each of the following frames, compute the eective length factor, K, for buckling in the column A in
the plane of the frame. Obtain the most accurate estimate possible. All members orient
Homework 4
Tension Member Design
CE 335 Elements of Steel Design
Assigned: Monday February 10, 2014
Due: Monday February 17, 2014
Problem 1
3
Determine the LRFD design strength, Pn , of a double angle, 7 4 4 -in with two gage lines in its long
7
leg and o
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Department of Civil, Architectural
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Assigned: Fri. Aug 29, 2014
Due: Fri. Sept 5, 2014
CE 357 Fall 2014
Homework No. 1 - Weight-Volume Calculations
1. A laboratory sample of sand is formed ins
Homework 9
Beams
CEE 335 Elements of Steel Design
Assigned: Friday April 18, 2014
Due: Friday April 25, 2014
(In my mailbox in ECJ 4.400 by 1pm.)
No late homework will be accepted.
Problem 1
Compute My , Mp , and the shape factor about the horizontal axis
Homework 2
Loads and AISC Manual
CE 335 Elements of Steel Design
Assigned: Wednesday January 22, 2014
Due: Wednesday January 29, 2014
Problem 1
Axial forces in a column due
Dead:
150 k
Live:
400 k
Roof Live:
50 k
Snow:
35 k
Wind:
200 k
Earthquake: 300 k
t
Homework 4 Solutions - Tension Member Design
Problem 1
3
Determine the LRFD design strength of a double angle, 7 4 4 in with two gage lines in its long leg
7
and one in its short leg , 8 in bolts as shown below. Standard gages are to be used. A36 steel is
CE 335
1
Beams
Notes
Introduction
The design of beams is covered in Chapter F (Design of Members for Flexure), Chapter G (Design
of Members for Shear), and Chapter B-Section B4 (Local Buckling) of the AISC Specications and
Commentary. Part 3 of the AISC M
Homework 5 Solutions - Bolted Connections
1
Problem 1
(a) Determine the LRFD design tensile strength for the member and bearing-type connections using:
(i) A36 steel plates and A490 3 in bolts with threads excluded from the shear plane.
4
(ii) A steel wit
CE 324P
Laboratory 4
Non-Destructive Tests of Concrete
Laboratory Assignment
Name: Thomas Kim
Date: 23 October 2014
Lab Session: Thursday 9AM Lab Session
Technical Teaching Assistant: Edwin Thomas
Lab Partners: Ryder McGough, Emma Lawton
Thomas Kim
23 Oct
CE 335
1
Compression Members
Notes
Introduction
The design of compression members is covered in Chapter E (Sections E1 to E3), Chapter C, and
Chapter B (Section B4) of the AISC Specications and Commentary. Part 4 of the AISC Manual
provides column design
Examples -Calculating Mn based on LTB
CE 335 - Elements of Steel Design
Example 1:
Given:
W1850 beam (A992 steel)
Simply supported 20 span
Factored uniform load = wu
Lateral supports at ends only
Assume shear is OK
Find: Largest wu that the beam can
Example -Bolted Connection Design Strength
CE 335 - Elements of Steel Design
Find:
The maximum factored load, Pu , that can be placed on this connection if designed as a bearing-type connection.
Consider all tension member limit states (yield, fracture, b
1
Homework 9 Solutions - Beams
Problem 1
Compute My , Mp , and the shape factor about the horizontal axis (x-axis) for the sections shown below.
(a)
(b)
(d)
(c)
2
(a) Solution
Section is symmetric about x-axis, therefore neutral axis and P.N.A. are at ce
Homework 6 Solutions - Welded Connections
Problem 1
A 1/4-in llet weld is used to connect the members shown below. Determine the LRFD design load that
can be applied to this connection, including the plates, using the AISC Specication.
(a) If A36 steel an
Homework 7 Solutions - Compression Members
1
Problem 1
A W1245 column is pinned at the top and bottom and has no intermediate supports.
On a single graph, plot the following curves for this column:
(a) Pn vs. L for Fy = 36ksi
(b) Pn vs. L for Fy = 50ksi
(
Homework 2 Solution
Loads and AISC Manual
CE 335 Elements of Steel Design
Problem 1
Axial forces in a column due
Dead:
150 k
Live:
400 k
Roof Live:
50 k
Snow:
35 k
Wind:
200 k
Earthquake: 300 k
to service loads are as follows:
compression
compression
comp
Homework 10 Solutions - Beams with LTB
1
Problem 1
Design the lightest W shape beam of 50 ksi steel to support the loads shown in the gure below. Neglect
the beam self-weight. The beam has continuous lateral bracing between A and B, but is laterally unbra
Homework 3 Solutions - Analysis of Tension Members
Problem 1
3
Determine the eective net area of the W16 40 shown below. Assume the holes are for 4 -in bolts.
W16 40 (AISC Table1-1 pg 1-22) : Ag = 11.8 in2 , bf = 7.00 in, tf = 0.505 in
WT8 20 (AISC Table1
Homework 7
Compression Members
CEE 335 Elements of Steel Design
Assigned: Monday March 24, 2014
Due: Monday March 31, 2014
Problem 1
A W1245 column is pinned at the top and bottom and has no intermediate supports.
On a single graph, plot the following cur
Example -Tension Member Design Strength
CE 335 - Elements of Steel Design
Find:
Design tension strength, Pn , of the double angle tension member and of the gusset plate shown below.
Consider all tension member limit states (yield, fracture, block shear).
Announcements:
HW 9 will be posted later today
Todays Learning Objectives:
Describe how flexural strength depends on
the lateral bracing condition.
Describe 2 methods to provide lateral bracing
for a beam.
Describe how flexural strength depends upon
Examples -Calculating Mn based on LTB
CE 335 - Elements of Steel Design
Example 1:
Given:
W1850 beam (A992 steel)
Simply supported 20 span
Factored uniform load = wu
Lateral supports at ends only
Assume shear is OK
Find: Largest wu that the beam can
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