Steel building design: Design data

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  • Steel building design: Design data
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    • SCI
      • ISBN: 978-1-85942-186-4
      • Year: 2015

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      SUMMARY

      This publication presents design data derived in accordance with the following Parts of Eurocode 3 and their National Annexes:

      • BS EN 1993-1-1:2005: Design of steel structures. Part 1-1: General rules and rules for buildings.
      • BS EN 1993-1-5:2006: Design of steel structures. Part 1-5: Plated structural elements.
      • BS EN 1993-1-8:2005: Design of steel structures. Part 1-8: Design of joints.

      Where these Parts do not give all the necessary expressions for the evaluation of data, reference is made to other published sources.

      The resistances in this publication have been calculated using the partial factors for resistance given in the UK National Annexes for the Eurocodes (NA to BS EN 1993-1-1:2005 as published in December 2008, NA to BS EN 1993-1-5:2006 as published in May 2008 and NA to BS EN 1993-1-8:2005 as published in November 2008). The partial factors are listed in Section 5.1.

      The other parameters given in the National Annex that have been used when calculating member resistances are given in the relevant section of this publication. The following structural sections are covered in this publication:

      • Universal beams, universal columns, joists, bearing piles, parallel flange channels and structural tees cut from universal beams and universal columns to BS 4-1.
      • Universal beams and universal columns produced by Tata Steel but not included in BS 4-1.
      • Asymmetric Slimflor® beams (ASB) produced by Tata Steel.
      • Equal and unequal angles to BS EN 10056-1.
      • Hot-finished structural hollow sections to BS EN 10210-2.
      • Cold-formed structural hollow sections to BS EN 10219-2.
      • Section ranges listed cover sections that are readily available at the time of printing.

      The preparation and editorial work for this Edition was carried out by Miss E Nunez Moreno and Mr E Yandzio, both of the SCI, with technical assistance from Mr A S Malik of the SCI and Mr C M King, formerly of the SCI. The project was coordinated by Mr D G Brown, also of the SCI.

      The work leading to this publication has been jointly funded by Tata Steel, SCI and BCSA and their support is gratefully acknowledged.

      Reprint – 2015 Effective properties have been given for RHS subject to minor axis bending. For RHS subject to bending, the second moment of area presented is always the gross property. For RHS subject to axial load and bending, the choice of curve for lateral torsional buckling (for lengths greater than the limiting length) reflects the provisions of the UK National Annex. For circular hollow sections subject to axial load and bending, the reduced moment resistance reflects the provisions of the corrigenda to BS EN 1993-1-1.

      CONTENTS

      EXPLANATORY NOTES 1 GENERAL

      1.1 Material, section dimensions and tolerances
      1.2 Dimensional units
      1.3 Property units
      1.4 Mass and force units
      1.5 Axis convention

      2 DIMENSIONS OF SECTIONS

      2.1 Masses
      2.2 Ratios for local buckling
      2.3 Dimensions for detailing
      2.3.1 UB sections, UC sections and bearing piles
      2.3.2 Joists
      2.3.3 Parallel flange channels

      3 SECTION PROPERTIES

      3.1 General
      3.2 Sections other than hollow sections
      3.2.1 Second moment of area (I)
      3.2.2 Radius of gyration (i)
      3.2.3 Elastic section modulus (Wel)
      3.2.4 Plastic section modulus (Wpl)
      3.2.5 Buckling parameter (U) and torsional index (X)
      3.2.6 Warping constant (Iw) and torsional constant (IT)
      3.2.7 Equivalent slenderness coefficient (φ) and monosymmetry index (ψ)
      3.3 Hollow sections
      3.3.1 Common properties
      3.3.2 Plastic section modulus of hollow sections (Wpl)
      3.3.3 Torsional constant (IT)
      3.3.4 Torsional section modulus (Wt)

      4 EFFECTIVE SECTION PROPERTIES

      4.1 General
      4.2 Effective section properties of members subject to compression
      4.3 Effective section properties of members subject to pure bending

      5 INTRODUCTION TO RESISTANCE TABLES

      5.1 General
      5.2 Yield strength

      6 COMPRESSION TABLES

      6.1 Compression members: UB and UC sections
      6.2 Compression members: hollow sections
      6.3 Compression members: parallel flange channels
      6.4 Compression members: single angles

      7 TENSION TABLES

      7.1 Tension members: Single angles

      8 BENDING TABLES

      8.1 Bending: UB sections, UC sections, joists and parallel flange channels
      8.2 Bending: Hollow sections
      8.2.1 Circular and square hollow sections
      8.2.2 Rectangular hollow sections
      8.2.3 Elliptical hollow sections

      9 RESISTANCE TO TRANSVERSE FORCES TABLES (WEB BEARING AND BUCKLING)

      9.1 UB sections, UC sections, joists and parallel flange channels
      9.2 Square and rectangular hollow sections

      10 AXIAL FORCE & BENDING TABLES

      10.1 Axial force and bending: UB sections, UC sections, joists and parallel flange channels
      10.1.1 Cross section resistance check
      10.1.2 Member buckling check
      10.2 Axial force and bending: hollow sections
      10.2.1 Cross section resistance check
      10.2.2 Member buckling check

      11 BOLTS AND WELDS

      11.1 Bolt resistances
      11.2 Welds

      12 SECTION DESIGNATIONS AND STEEL GRADES

      12.1 Open Sections
      12.2 Hollow Sections

      13 REFERENCES

      TABLES OF DIMENSIONS AND GROSS SECTION PROPERTIES

      Universal beams
      Universal columns
      Joists
      Universal bearing piles
      Hot-finished circular hollow sections
      Hot-finished square hollow sections
      Hot-finished rectangular hollow sections
      Hot-finished elliptical hollow sections
      Cold-formed circular hollow sections
      Cold-formed square hollow sections
      Cold-formed rectangular hollow sections
      ASB (Asymmetric beams)
      Parallel flange channels
      Two parallel flange channels laced
      Two parallel flange channels back to back
      Equal angles
      Unequal angles
      Equal angles back to back
      Unequal angles long leg back to back
      Structural tees cut from universal beams
      Structural tees cut from universal columns

      TABLES OF EFFECTIVE SECTION PROPERTIES

      Universal beams subject to compression
      Hot-finished square hollow sections subject to compression
      Cold-formed square hollow sections subject to compression
      Hot-finished rectangular hollow sections subject to compression
      Cold-formed rectangular hollow sections subject to compression
      Equal angles subject to compression
      Unequal angles subject to compression
      Hot-finished square hollow sections subject to bending about y-y axis
      Cold-formed square hollow sections subject to bending about y-y axis
      Hot-finished rectangular hollow sections subject bending about y-y axis
      Cold-formed rectangular hollow sections subject bending about y-y axis

      INFO

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