CIVL4404, Semester 1, 2016: Tutorial #1 Solution
Q1:
A welded beam shown in Figure 1 has the following section dimensions,
d=1000 mm, bf=300 mm, tf=20 mm, tw=16 mm.
Determine
1) The second moment of areas, Ix, and Iy
2) The elastic section moduli, Zx and
Solution of Tutorial 3
Q1:
The steel is grade 250 with yield stress fy of 250 MPa (Note: this should be given by
the question)
Refer to AS4100 Cl. 6.2 and Cl. 6.3
The cross section consists of 5 plate elements
For the flange elements:
240
Table 6.2.4
12
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Tutorial #10
Design a pinned base plate for a 460UB82.1 column subject to the following design
actions: Axial tension Nt* = 120 kN, Shear force Vy* = 90 kN (acting parallel to the
member y-axis). The column is welded all around the profile to the base pla
CIVL4404, Semester 1, 2013: Tutorial #1
Q1:
A welded beam shown in Figure 1.1 has the following section dimensions,
d=1000 mm, bf=300 mm, tf=20 mm, tw=16 mm.
Determine
1) The second moment of areas, Ix, and Iy
2) The elastic section moduli, Zx and Zy
3) T
CIVL4404, Semester 1, 2014
Tutorial 7
The girder is fabricated from heavily welding AS/NZS 3678, Grade 300 plates. A pair
of OneSteel 300Plus 200UB29.8 is placed within the stiff bearing length bs = 200 mm
for load bearing at the supports of the girder. T
CIVL4404, Semester 1, 2013: Tutorial 2
Q2.1
Fig.2.1 below shows a compound tension member made up of 2L150x100x12 UA in
Grade 300 steel (fu = 440 MPa, fy = 300 MPa).
Determine the maximum design force N* that can be transmitted by the angles. All
bolts ar
Tutorial 4
4.1 Moment Capacity of Steel Beam Supporting Concrete Slab
A simply supported non-composite beam is to span 10 m and support a concrete slab. Friction
between slab and top flange will provide continuous lateral support to the whole of the top
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Tutorial 3
T3.1
Calculate the section capacity Ns of the heavily welded cross-section shown in Fig. 3.1. (Use Grade
250 steel).
Fig. 3.1
T3.2
Determine the effective length of the column circled in Fig. 3.2.
Tutorial 6
Q1:
The 14 m long column of 310UC118 shown in Figure 1 is simply supported about the
principal axes at each end, and has a central brace that prevents lateral deflections
caused by bending about the minor principal axis y.
1. Check the adequacy
Tutorial #5
The rafter shown below is of Grade 300 steel, 250UB25.7 section. It spans 9m and is rigidly
connected to the columns at each end. The rafter is loaded through purlins by 4 equal 10 kN
point loads at 1.8m centres. Check the moment capacity of t
Tutorial #8
The semi-rigid web side plate connection shown below is to transmit design actions
equivalent to a vertical downwards force of Q* kN acting at the centroid of the bolt group
and a clockwise moment of 0.2 Q* kNm.
All the bolts are high strength
Tutorial 4 Solutions
4.1 Moment Capacity of Steel Beam Supporting Concrete Slab
A simply supported non-composite beam is to span 10 m and support a concrete slab. Friction
between slab and top flange will provide continuous lateral support to the whole of
Q2.1
Fig.2.1 below shows a compound tension member made up of 2L150x100x12 UA in Grade
300 steel (fu = 440 MPa, fy = 300 MPa).
Determine the maximum design force N* that can be transmitted by the angles. All bolts are
M30 Grade 8.8/S.
Solution
Member yiel
CIVL4404, Semester 1, 2016: Assignment 1 Solution
Q1:
A welded Channel section shown in Figure 1 has the following section dimensions,
d=400 mm, bf=100 mm, tf=20 mm, tw=10 mm.
Determine
1) The second moment of areas, Ix, and Iy
2) The elastic section modu
CIVL4404, Semester 1, 2016: Assignment 2 Solution
Q.2.1
A tension member consists of an OneSteel 300Plus 100 x 100 x 10 EA. Its ends are
connected to gusset plates through one leg by a row of three 30 mm bolts at 60 mm centres
along the member length.
a).
CIVL4404, Semester 1, 2016: Tutorial 2 Solution
Q2.1
Fig.2.1 below shows a compound tension member made up of 2L150x100x12 UA in Grade
300 steel (fu = 440 MPa, fy = 300 MPa).
Determine the maximum design force N* that can be transmitted by the angles. All
CIVL4404, Semester 1, 2016: Assignment 4 Solutions
The rafter shown below is of Grade 300 steel, 360UB44.7 section. It spans 12m and is simply
supported at each end by connections to tilt-up concrete panels. Tilt-up concrete panels in the
end bays provide
CIVL4404, Semester 1, 2016: Tutorial 4 Solutions
4.1 Moment Capacity of Steel Beam Supporting Concrete Slab
A simply supported non-composite beam is to span 8 m and support a concrete slab. Friction between
slab and top flange will provide continuous late
CIVL4404, Semester 1, 2016: Assignment 1
Q1:
A welded Channel section shown in Figure 1 has the following section dimensions,
d=400 mm, bf=100 mm, tf=20 mm, tw=10 mm.
Determine
1) The second moment of areas, Ix, and Iy
2) The elastic section moduli, Zx an
CIVL4404, Semester 1, 2016: Tutorial #1
Q1:
A welded beam shown in Figure 1.1 has the following section dimensions,
d=1000 mm, bf=300 mm, tf=20 mm, tw=16 mm.
Determine
1) The second moment of areas, Ix, and Iy
2) The elastic section moduli, Zx and Zy
3) T
Tutorial #8 Solutions
Semi-rigid web side plate connection
Solution:
1) From the bolt group
I p ( xi2 y i2 ) 4 (70 2 105 2 ) 4 (70 2 35 2 ) 88200 mm 2 88.2 10 3 m 2
Vx
M * y c 0.2Q * 10 3 (105 10 3 )
238Q * N 0.238Q * kN
Ip
88.2 10 3
Vy
M * xc Q * 0.2Q
Tutorial Solutions #9
1) Bearing loading capacity of the web side plate
Vb 3.2t p d f f up 0.9 3.2 (10 10 3 ) (20 10 3 ) (410 10 6 )
236.2 kN
Plate bearing does not determine the connection capacity since
Vb V f
2) Web side plate shear and tension capaci
CIVL4404, Semester 1, 2014
Tutorial 7
The girder is fabricated from heavily welding AS/NZS 3678, Grade 300 plates. A pair
of OneSteel 300Plus 200UB29.8 is placed within the stiff bearing length bs = 200 mm
for load bearing at the supports of the girder. T
Tutorial 5 Solution
(a) With Fly Bracing at sections 3 and 4
If we put fly braces at sections 3 and 4, these sections will be fully restrained and
sections 2 and 5 will have no restraint. We thus have 3 segments: 1-3, 3-4 and 4-6.
Since 4-6 is a mirror im