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 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 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 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
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 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 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
The University of Texas at Austin
Department of Civil, Architectural
And Environmental Engineering
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
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 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
The University of Texas at Austin
Department of Civil, Architectural
And Environmental Engineering
Assigned: Fri. Sept. 5, 2014
Due: Fri. Sept. 12, 2014
CE 357 Spring 2014
Homework No. 2 Soil Classification and Site Investigation
1. Laboratory data on the
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 324P
Laboratory 6
Tensile Testing of Aluminum, Mild Steel, and Cast Iron
Laboratory Assignment
Name: Thomas Kim
Date: 13 November 2014
Lab Session: Thursday 9AM Lab Session
Technical Teaching Assistant: Edwin Thomas
Lab Partners: Ryder McGough, Emma La
Taekyong Thomas Kim
9/3/2014
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CE 324P
Laboratory 8
Shear Testing of Cast Iron and Mild Steel
Laboratory Assignment
Name: Thomas Kim
Date: 4 December 2014
Lab Session: Thursday 9AM Lab Session
Technical Teaching Assistant: Edwin Thomas
Lab Partners: Ryder McGough, Emma Lawton
Thomas Ki
Announcements:
HW 10 posted, will not turn in
Sample Final Exam posted
Note: You get 2 formula sheets for final exam
Wednesdays class? (practice
problem/review session)
Todays Learning Objectives:
Design a beam with discrete lateral supports.
CE335E
Announcements:
Exam II (this Wed.)
Office hours next week:
Monday: I will be gone from 1:15 to approx. 4:30pm
today (please come before or after these times)
Out of town Tues-Fri (use Piazza!)
No class Friday!
HW 8 posted, due next Wednesday
Todays
Announcements:
HW 1: (15pt problems for correctness, 10pt
problems for neatness/completeness)
HW 2 due Wednesday
Todays Learning Objectives:
Describe mechanical properties of steel
Explain axial stress and strain
Identify E, Fy and Fu
Draw typical
Announcements:
HW4 due Friday (2/19)
Ferguson Distinguished Lecture by Frank
Vecchio TODAY 12-1pm ECJ 1.204
Todays Learning Objectives:
Design tension members by considering
applicable limit states.
Develop a design strategy for tension
members.
CE3
Announcements:
HW4 due Friday (2/19)
Todays Learning Objectives:
Determine design strength of a connection
between two tension members by checking all
tension member limit states.
CE335ElementsofSteelDesign
Example Block shear on gusset plate
Consider
Announcements:
HW 2 due Wednesday
Todays Learning Objectives:
Determine the most common steel type used
for different sections
Find cross-sectional properties of standard
steel shapes.
Define limit state.
CE335ElementsofSteelDesign
Structural Shapes
Examples - Load Combinations
CE 335 - Elements of Steel Design
LRFD Load Combinations
1. 1.4D
2. 1.2D + 1.6L + 0.5 (Lr or S or R)
3. 1.2D + 1.6 (Lr or S or R) + (0.5L or 0.5W )
4. 1.2D + 1.0W + 0.5L + 0.5 (Lr or S or R)
5. 1.2D + 1.0E + 0.5L + 0.2S
6. 0.9
Homework 3
Analysis of Tension Members
CE 335 Elements of Steel Design
Assigned: Thursday September 14, 2017
Due: Tuesday September 26, 2017
Problem 1
Determine the effective net area of the W16 57 shown below. Assume the holes are for 1-in bolts.
Problem
Homework 1
Statics and Mechanics Review
CE 335 Elements of Steel Design
Assigned: Thursday August 31, 2017
Due: Thursday September 7, 2017
Problem 1
For the beams below, determine the support reactions and draw the shear and moment diagrams (clearly
indic
Homework 2
Loads and AISC Manual
CE 335 Elements of Steel Design
Assigned: Thursday September 7, 2017
Due: Thursday September 14, 2017
Problem 1
Axial forces in a column due
Dead:
150 k
Live:
280 k
Roof Live:
40 k
Snow:
50 k
Wind:
120 k
Earthquake: 200 k