HOMEWORK Five - Due Tuesday November 6, 2007, 3:15 p.m.
-Reading assignments: (1) Textbook: Chapter 8; (2) AISC 360-05 Specification Chapter E, and Part 4 in AISC Manual; and (3) Class Notes On columns. Use both LRFD and ASD in all problems. Problem 1:
CAE 303 2nd Midterm Exam, 11-20-2007, 3:15 p.m. 4:30 p.m.
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When: Tuesday, 11-20-2007, (75 minutes) Contend: Problems related to column members that are similar to but less work than Homework sets #4, #5 and
CAE303 FALL 2007 STRUCTURAL DESIGN I: STEEL STRUCTURES Instructor: J. Shen, Ph.D., P.E., S.E. E-mail: [email protected]
Solution Set # 6 Problem (1) Approach 1: without column tables in AISC 13th Edition Manual 1. Check W1272 and modify if necessary Required d
CAE 303 FALL 2007 STRUCTURAL DESIGN I: STEEL STRUCTURES Instructor: J. Shen, Ph.D.,P.E., S.E.
CAE303 Solution Set # 2
T dr t Solution:
PL 8 5/8 Bolts: d=3/4 inch for Standard punched holes
Bolts dnet=dh+1/16=13/16+1/16=7/8 in.
An = A g - d
Fall 2007 CAE303 Solution Set #1
Part I Problems from Text P3.1 What is the difference between braced and unbraced frames? Illustrate with the help of single span, two story frame.
In a tier building, W16x36 floor beams are 30 ft long and spaced at 6
CAE 303 FALL 2007 STRUCTURAL DESIGN I: STEEL STRUCTURES Instruct tor: J. Shen, P Ph.D.,P.E., S.E E. E-mail [email protected] l: du
Solution Set # 5
Problem 1 As shown in Figure 1, W 14 x 99 Fy = 36 ks steel shape is used for column AB 1: 9, si e r BC. Service l
CAE 303 FALL 2007 STRUCTURAL DESIGN I: STEEL STRUCTURES Instructor: J. Shen, Ph.D.,P.E., S.E. E-mail: [email protected]
Solution Set # 4 Part I: Answer the following questions: 1.1 List and explain briefly the most important factors that affect the nominal des
4.1 DEFINITIONS BALCONY (EXTERIOR): An exterior floor projecting from and supported by a structure without additional independent supports. DECK: An exterior floor supported on at least two opposing sides by an adjacent structure and/
DEAD LOADS, SOIL LOADS, AND HYDROSTATIC PRESSURE
3.1 DEAD LOADS 3.1.1 Definition. Dead loads consist of the weight of all materials of construction incorporated into the building including, but not limited to, walls, floors, roofs, ceiling
COMBINATIONS OF LOADS
2.1 GENERAL Buildings and other structures shall be designed using the provisions of either Section 2.3 or 2.4. Either Section 2.3 or 2.4 shall be used exclusively for proportioning elements of a particular constructi
1.1 SCOPE This standard provides minimum load requirements for the design of buildings and other structures that are subject to building code requirements. Loads and appropriate load combinations, which have been developed to be us
CAE 303 1st Midterm Exam, 10-16-2007, 3:15 p.m. 4:30 p.m.
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When: Tuesday, 10-16-2007, (75 minutes) Contends: (1) Tension members; and (2) columns. Problems are similar to but less work than Homework sets #2,
1 CAE303 Example on Loading References: ASCE 7-05 Chapters 1 through 4 (Please download them from our blackboard web site) Given: A four-story building with structural (Framing System) as shown in Figures 1 and 2; only Frames and resist Wind Load. De