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Cold-Formed Steel Design

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Hailed by professionals around the world as the definitive text on the design of cold-formed steel, this book provides descriptions of the construction and structural behavior of cold-formed steel members and connections from both theoretical and experimental points of view. Updated to reflect the 2016 AISI North American specification and 2015 North American framing standards, this all-new fifth edition offers readers a better understanding of the analysis and design of the thin-walled, cold-formed steel structures that have been widely used in building construction and other areas in recent years.


Características

  • ISBN: 978111948738-8|
  • Páginas: 528
  • Tamaño: 17X24
  • Edición:
  • Idioma: Inglés
  • Año: 2019

Disponibilidad: 24 horas

Contenido Cold-Formed Steel Design

Provides the latest AISI North American specifications for cold-formed steel design

Hailed by professionals around the world as the definitive text on the design of cold-formed steel, this book provides descriptions of the construction and structural behavior of cold-formed steel members and connections from both theoretical and experimental points of view. Updated to reflect the 2016 AISI North American specification and 2015 North American framing standards, this all-new fifth edition offers readers a better understanding of the analysis and design of the thin-walled, cold-formed steel structures that have been widely used in building construction and other areas in recent years.

Cold-Formed Steel Design, 5th Edition has been revised and reorganized to incorporate the Direct Strength Method. It discusses the reasons and justification for the various design provisions of the North American specification and framing design standards. It provides chapter coverage of: the types of steels and their most important mechanical properties; the fundamentals of buckling modes; commonly used terms; the design of flexural members, compression members and closed cylindrical tubes, and of beam–columns using ASD, LRFD, and LSD methods; shear diaphragms and shell roof structures; standard corrugated sheets; and more.

•Updated to the 2016 North American (AISI S100) design specification and 2015 North American (AISI S240) design standard

•Offers thorough coverage of ASD, LRFD, LSD, and DSM design methods

•Integrates DSM in the main body of design provisions

•Features a new section on Power-Actuated Fastener (PAF) Connections

•Provides new examples and explanations of design provisions

Cold-Formed Steel Design, 5th Edition is not only instructive for students, but can serve as a major source of reference for structural engineers, researchers, architects, and construction managers.


Table of contents

Preface

1. Introduction


1.1 General Remarks     
1.2 Types of Cold-Formed Steel Sections and Their Applications  
1.3 Metal Buildings and Industrialized Housing  
1.4 Methods of Forming   
1.5 Research and Design Specifications   
1.6 General Design Considerations of Cold-Formed Steel Construction  
1.7 Economic Design and Optimum Properties
1.8 Design Basis
1.9 Serviceability  

2. Materials Used in Cold-Formed Steel Construction

2.1 General Remarks  
2.2 Yield Stress, Tensile Strength, and Stress-Strain Curve  
2.3 Modulus of Elasticity, Tangent Modulus, and Shear Modulus  
2.4 Ductility  
2.5 Weldability  
2.6 Fatigue Strength and Toughness  
2.7 Influence of Cold Work on Mechanical Properties of Steel  
2.8 Utilization of Cold Work of Forming  
2.9 Effect of Temperature on Mechanical Properties of Steel  
2.10 Testing of Full Sections and Flat Elements   
2.11 Residual Stresses Due to Cold Forming  
2.12 Effect of Strain Rate on Mechanical Properties   

3. Strength of Thin Elements and Design Criteria

3.1 General Remarks  
3.2 Definitions of Terms  
3.3 Structural Behavior of Compression Elements and Effective Width Design Criteria  
3.4 Perforated Elements and Members
3.5 Direct Strength Method and Consideration of Local and Distortional Buckling   
3.6 Plate Buckling of Structural Shapes  
3.7 Additional Information  

4. Flexural Members

4.1 General Remarks  
4.2 Bending Strength and Deflection  
4.3 Design of Beam Webs  
4.4 Bracing Requirements of Beams
4.5 Torsional Analysis of Beams and Combined Bending and Torsional Loading  
4.6 Additional Information on Beams  

5. Compression Members

5.1 General Remarks  
5.2 Column Buckling  
5.3 Local Buckling Interacting with Yielding and Global Buckling  
5.4 Distortional Buckling Strength of Compression Members
5.5 Effect of Cold Work on Column Buckling  
5.6 North American Design Formulas for Concentrically Loaded Compression Members  
5.7 Effective Length Factor K   
5.8 Built-Up Compression Members
5.9 Bracing of Axially Loaded Compression Members
5.10 Design Examples  
5.11 Compression Members in Metal Roof and Wall Systems
5.12 Additional Information on Compression Members  

6. Combined Axial Load and Bending

6.1 General Remarks  
6.2 Combined Tensile Axial Load and Bending  
6.3 Combined Compressive Axial Load and Bending (Beam-Columns)
6.4 Member Forces Considering Structural Stability
6.5 North American Design Criteria for Beam-Column Check
6.6 Design Examples
6.7 Additional Information on Beam-Columns  

7. Closed Cylindrical Tubular Members

7.1 General Remarks  
7.2 Types of Closed Cylindrical Tubes  
7.3 Flexural Column Buckling  
7.4 Local Buckling  
7.5 North American Design Criteria
7.6 Design Examples  

8. Connections

8.1 General Remarks  
8.2 Types of Connectors  
8.3 Welded Connections  
8.4 Bolted Connections  
8.5 Screw Connections
8.6 Power-Actuated Fasteners
8.7 Other Fasteners  
8.8 Rupture Failure of Connections  
8.9 I- or Box-Shaped Compression Members Made by Connecting Two C-Sections  
8.10 I-Beams Made by Connecting Two C-Sections  
8.11 Spacing of Connections in Compression Elements  

9. Steel Shear Diaphragms and Shell Roof Structures

9.1 General Remarks  
9.2 Steel Shear Diaphragms  
9.3 Structural Members Braced by Diaphragms  
9.4 Shell Roof Structures  
9.5 Metal Roof Systems

10. Corrugated Sheets

10.1 General Remarks  
10.2 Applications  
10.3 Sectional Properties and Design of Arc-and- Tangent-Type Corrugated Sheets  
10.4 Sectional Properties and Design of Trapezoidal-Type Corrugated Sheets  

11. Composite Design

11.1 General Remarks  
11.2 Steel-Deck-Reinforced Composite Slabs  
11.3 Composite Beams or Girders with Cold-Formed Steel Deck  

12. Light-Frame Construction
12.1 General Remarks  
12.2 Framing Standards  
12.3 Design Guides

Appendix A. Thickness of Base Metal   

Appendix B.  Torsion

Appendix C. Formulas for Computing Cross-Sectional Property by

Appendix D.  Definitions of Terms


Nomenclature

Acronyms and Abbreviations

Conversion Table

References

Index

 

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