CE 431-Structural Steel Design
Set: 2016.02.26
Homework 7
Due: 2016.03.04
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.
Homework 3 Solutions - Tension Member Design
Problem 1
Determine the LRFD design strength of a double angle, cb7 4 43 in with two gage lines in its long leg
and one in its short leg , 87 in bolts as shown below. Standard gages are to be used. A36 steel is
Homework 4 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 34 in bolts with threads excluded from the shear plane.
(ii) A steel with
Homework 7 Solutions - Compression Members in Frames
1
Problem 1
For each of the following frames, compute the effective length factor, K, for buckling in the column A in
the plane of the frame. Obtain the most accurate estimate possible. All members orie
Homework 2 Solution
Loads and AISC Manual
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
compression
compression
compression
Homework 1 Solution
Statics and Mechanics Review
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 values and determine the location
Chapter 2
COMBINATIONS OF LOADS
2.1 GENERAL
Buildings and other structures shall be designed using
the provisions of either Section 2.3 or 2.4. Where
elements of a structure are designed by a particular
material standard or specication, they shall be
desi
CEE 307 Construction Engineering
Winter 2014
Instructor:
Steve Muench
T ERM PROJECT: CEDAR AND GROVE PARK & RIDE
O VERVIEW
This class uses a quarter-long project that allows you to synthesize and apply concepts covered
in the class towards an actual const