Structural Steel Design
Beam-Columns
Dr. Seshu Adluri
Columns
in
Buildings
Subject to
moments and
axial load
transferred
from beams
R.C. Hibbeler, Mechanics of Solids, 7th Ed. Prentice-Hall;
ETABS software
Beam-Columns -Dr. Seshu Adluri
Moment connection
ENG 7704 Design of Steel Structures
Assignment 4
Note: You must indicate all the code clauses and Steel Handbook References at all the appropriate
places. You must also use the proper units at all times. All the details must be included through
neat sketc
ENG 7704 Design of Steel Structures
Assignment 5
Note: You must indicate all the code clauses and Steel Handbook References at all the appropriate
places. You must also use the proper units at all times. All the details must be included through
neat sketc
ENG 7704 Design of Steel Structures
Assignment 2
Note: You must indicate all the code clauses and Steel Handbook References at the appropriate places.
You must also use the proper units at all times.
Q1. Design and fully detail a bolted connection for the
ENG 7704 Design of Steel Structures
Assignment 6
Note: You must indicate all the code clauses and Steel Handbook References at all the appropriate
places. You must also use the proper units at all times. All the details must be included through
neat sketc
ENG 7704 Design of Steel Structures
Assignment 1
Q1. Identify the failure paths of each of the following components and comment on design clauses that
you need to use. The plate and the angle can be pulled from either end.
Q2. The following is part of a t
Engineering: 7704 (Dr. S.M.R. Adluri)
Final Examination
Design of Steel Structures
Date: Aug. 06, 2011
3 hours exam
Instructions: No aids, materials, notes and formula sheets, except for the Handbook of Steel
Construction. Details of worked examples or ot
Solution to cubic equation
The general cubic equation is of the form: z 3 + a 2 z 2 + a1 z + a0 = 0
Let
3
2
9a 2 a1 27a0 2a 2
3a1 a 2
Q=
R=
,
, D = Q3 + R 2 ,
S =3 R+ D,
9
54
T =3 R D
The roots of the cubic equation are given by,
1
z1 = a 2 + (S + T )
3
1
MEMORIAL UNIVERSITY OF NEWFOUNDLAND
FACULTY OF ENGINEERING AND APPLIED SCIENCE
Engineering: 7704
Assignment 5
Design of Steel Structures
1. A floor system has a dead load of 4 kN/m2 and a live load of 3 kN/m2. The
beams act compositely with a 20 MPa 65 mm
Structural Steel Design
Flexural Members
Dr. Seshu Adluri
Beams in
Buildings
Hibbeler
Flexural members -Dr. Seshu Adluri
Beams in Bridges
Hibbeler; Wallarah Creek Bridge; eastbound on I-64, approaching I-295 overpasses
Flexural members -Dr. Seshu Adluri
B
Dr. Seshu Adluri
Structural Steel Design
Composite Beams
Composite beams - Dr. Seshu Adluri
In many buildings and bridges, it is common to have a
concrete slab supported by steel beams. If the steel
beams are connected to the concrete slab in such a way
Steel Connections
Design Issues
Dr. Seshu Adluri
Introduction
I
d i
Steel
Connections
Unlike
concrete, connections in
steel structures need special design
p
g
Bolts, Rivets and Welds are typical
connectors
Steel Connections -Dr. Seshu Adluri
Joining Stru
Dr. Seshu Adluri
Structural Steel Design
Compression Members
Columns
in
Buildings
Compression members -Dr. Seshu Adluri
Columns in Buildings
Compression members -Dr. Seshu Adluri
Column
supports
Compression members -Dr. Seshu Adluri
Compression members in