in structural work is fusion
welding be electric arc. The components to be joined, and some metal from a
welding rod, are heated to a temperature where the metals all fuse together. The
welding process can be accomplished in the field or in the fabricatio
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35 X 35 6 X 6 10 X 10 12 X 12 14 X 14 14 X 14 14 X 14
35 X 40 6 X 6 10 X 10 12 X 12 14 X 14 14 X 14 15 X 15
40 X 40 8 X 8 12 X 10 12 X 12 14 X 14 14 X 14 15 X 15
Table F1
Typical Interior Column Size (
Bridges, which was adopted by the
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is exposed to view and is to be
aesthetically pleasing. Section 10 from the Code specifically addresses
architecturally exposed structur
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requirements of the contract, or for other reasons that
are the responsibility of others, the Fabricator and/or Erector shall
be compensated for the additional costs in
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20 X 40 6 X 6 8 X 8 8 X 8 12 X 12 12 X 12 12 X 12
25 X 25 4 X 4 8 X8 8 X 8 10 X 10 12 X12 12 X12
25 X 30 5 X 5 8 X 8 8 X 8 12 X 12 12 X 12 12 X 12
25 X 35 5 X 5 8 X 8 10 X 10 12 X 12 12 X 12 13 X 12
25 X 4
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Multi-story Building
Roof
Floor
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Interior Column Sizing Table G1
Table G1
Typical Interior Column Size (Depth Width)
NUMBER OF STORIES
BAY SPACING 1 2 3 4 5 6
20 X 20 4 X 4 8 X 8 8 X 8 10 X 10 12 X 12 12 X12
20 X 25 4 X 4
! Load and Resistance Factor Design Specification, American Institute of Steel
Construction, 1999
! Live and dead loads are uniformly distributed over a bay area
! Full live load has been applied to a full bay: No live load reduction has been
taken into a
interior design teams.
Preliminary column dimensions have been tabulated for buildings ranging from
one story to six stories. Two different commonly used floor live loadings have been
tabulated. One roof live loading was selected to be used
for each of th
Multi-story Building
Roof
Floor
Floor
1st Floor
Interior Column Sizing Table F1
NUMBER OF STORIES
BAY SPACING 1 2 3 4 5 6
20 X 20 4 X 4 6 X 6 10 X 10 12 X 10 14 X 10 14 X 10
20 X 25 4 X 4 8 X 8 10 X 10 12 X 10 14 X 10 14 X 10
20 X 30 5 X 5 8 X 8 10 X 10 1
Toe of Weld
Throat
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A second alternative is to provide a structural weld to connect the cap to the
column. The advantage of this option
is that the weld would be continuous, maintenance-free, and watertight. The weld
could also be ground s
Typical Interior Column Size (Depth Width)
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PART IV
MISCELLANEOUS
BENDING AND SHAPING OF STRUCTURAL MEMBERS
With modern specialized bending and shaping equipment, the architect now has a
great deal of flexibility to
design with curved steel
BAY SPACING 1 2 3 4 5 6
20 X 20 4 X 4 6 X 6 10 X 8 12 X 10 14 X 10 12 X 12
20 X 25 4 X 4 8 X 8 10 X 8 12 X 10 14 X 10 12 X 12
20 X 30 5 X 5 8 X 8 10 X 8 12 X 10 14 X 10 12 X 12
20 X 35 5 X 5 10 X 8 10 X 10 12 X 12 12 X 12 12 X 12
20 X 40 6 X 6 10 X 8 10 X
20 X 30 5 X 5 8 X 8 8 x 8 10 X 10 12 X 12 12 X12
20 X 35 5 X 5 8 X 8 8 X 8 12 X 12 12 X 12 12 X 12
20 X 40 6 X 6 8 X 8 8 X 8 12 X 12 12 X 12 12 X 12
25 X 25 4 X 4 8 X 8 8 X 8 10 X 10 12 X12 12 X12
25 X 30 5 X 5 8 X 8 8 X 8 12 X 12 12 X 12 12 X 12
25 X 35
result it would be difficult to
formulate a concise set of generalized tables to account for these conditions. As a
general "rule of thumb", exterior columns can be approximated to be the same size
as interior columns.
As with any design problem there are
condition to the Erector prior to bidding. If such diaphragm bracing
is required, it must be furnished and installed by the Erector.
Sometimes structural systems that are employed by the
Owners Designated Representative for Design rely upon other elements
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(a) The variation in the vertical distance from the upper finished
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Figure C-7.6. Tolerances in plan at any splice elevation of exterior columns.
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(d) For a member that consists of an individual, straight shipping
piece and that is a segment of a field assembled
theoretical bearing surface.
7.5.3. Embedded items and Connection materials that are part of the work
of other trades, but that will receive Structural Steel, shall be located and set by the
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