Design of Steel Structures
Prof. S.R.Satish Kumar and Prof. A.R.Santha Kumar
5.2 Elastic buckling of an ideal column or struct with pinned end
Fig 5.2 Buckling of pin-ended column
The classical Euler analysis of the elastic behaviour of an idealized, pin-
Design of Steel Structures
Prof. S.R.Satish Kumar and Prof. A.R.Santha Kumar
5.3 Strength curve for all ideal strut
We will assume that the stress-strain relationship of the material of the column is
as shown in Fig. 5.5. Such a strut under compression ca
CE 371A
ASSIGNMENT # 5
(Due October 28, 2016)
Note: All the problems should be answered with neat sketches in pencil.
1.
A 150-mm thick balcony slab of reinforced cement concrete (R.C.C.) is
projected from a masonry wall with R.C.C. columns at 2.4 m c/c a
CE 371A
ASSIGNMENT # 4
(Due October 3, 2016)
Note: All the problems should be answered with neat sketches in pencil.
1.
The strength of a ISMB 300 column is to be enhanced by 30%. It is decided
to weld two plates of 300 mm width, one on each side of the I
CE 371A
ASSIGNMENT # 6
(Due November 11, 2016)
Note: All the problems should be answered with neat sketches in pencil.
1.
Design a simply-supported main floor beam supporting three equidistant
floor joists over a span of 10 m. Each joist provides lateral
CE 371A
ASSIGNMENT # 3
(Due September 19, 2016)
Note: All the problems should be answered with neat sketches in pencil.
1.
Design a column of rolled I-section in a building to carry an axial factored
load of 2500 kN. The height of column is 5 m with top e
CE 371A
ASSIGNMENT # 2
(Due August 29, 2016)
Note: All the problems should be answered with neat sketches in pencil.
1.
Design a connection to join two plates of size 20010 mm of grade E 250
to mobilize full plate tensile strength using site fillet welds,
CE 371A
ASSIGNMENT # 7
(Not to be Submitted)
1.
If two bracket plates are connected to the flanges of the column ISSC 250
as shown in Figure 1, find the factored load P that can be applied at an
eccentricity of 300 mm. Assume the pitch of 60 mm and end di
CE 371A: DESIGN OF STEEL STRUCTURES
SEMESTER I: 2014
Homework #4 COMPRESSION MEMBERS (Flexural Buckling)
Due September 12, 2014
Use E250 steel (fy=250 MPa and fu=410 MPa)
Prob.#1
The stress-strain curve obtained from a compression testing of a column stub
Design of Steel Structures
Prof. S.R.Satish Kumar and Prof. A.R.Santha Kumar
5. COMPRESSION MEMBERS
5.1 Introduction
Column, top chords of trusses, diagonals and bracing members are all examples
of compression members. Columns are usually thought of as st
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M.Tech (Structures) Student, PRIST University, Thanjavur
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CE 321: STEEL DESIGN
SEMESTER I: 2012
KEY
Prob.#1
The stress-strain curve obtained from a compression testing of a column stub I-section is idealized as a
a series of four linear segments as shown in the figure. Also, the stress-strain ( ) curve can be
re
Problem # 1
The frame shown in fig. is unbraced against side sway.Assume that all columns are ISHB400 @
77.4kg/m and that all beams are ISMB400 @ 61.6kg/m. Determine the factored load that can be
carried by columns GF and GH.
fy 250MPa
fu 410MPa
5
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CE 222: Structural Analysis (2010-11 II)
Problem Set # 10
1. Analyse the problems using Three-Moment-Equation and draw B.M.D.
i.
ii.
iii.
Same as (i) above. In addition the right hand support settles 0.012m down. Take EI=700000
KN.m2
2. Analyse the proble
CE 222: Structural Analysis (2010-11 II)
Problem Set # 6
1. ConstructI.L.forRB,RD,VC,MC,MD,ME,VE(Fig.1)
2. ConstructI.L.forMA,VA,MC(Fig.2)
3. DrawI.L.formomentatSintheplategirderbridge(Fig.3)
4. DrawthefollowingI.L.forthegirdershowninFig.4.
a) reactionatB
CE 222: Structural Analysis (2010-11 II)
Problem Set # 9
Using the Force Method of Analysis (Method of Consistent Deformations), analyse the
structures shown below and draw the bending moment diagram. Unless otherwise mentioned,
take EI constant for each
LABORATORY 2.1: TENSILE TEST
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OBJECTIVES
The objective of this experiment is to investigate the behavior of two material specimens under a
Tensile Test. The materials to be investigated are Copper and Steel. From performing