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Steel Designers' Manual PORTABLE

This classic manual on structural steelwork design was first published in 1955, since when it has sold many tens of thousands of copies worldwide. For the seventh edition of the Steel Designers' Manual all chapters have been comprehensively reviewed, revised to ensure they reflect current approaches and best practice, and brought in to compliance with EN 1993: Design of Steel Structures (the so-called Eurocode 3).

Steel Designers' Manual

This classic manual on structural steelwork design has now been reissued as a paperback edition. It is identical to the hardback edition and retains the restructuring that was introduced in the fifth edition. All chapters have been comprehensively reviewed and revised. Key features of the 6th edition are:

Comprehensive coverage of the various topics affecting structural steelwork design, including: how design solutions are derived, potential problems from production and using steel and how to overcome these problems, theoretical analysis to determine the forces and moments in structures subject to loads, design factors governing elements and connections and important aspects of construction. Updated to reflect the adoption of the Eurocodes, the use of light steel and secondary steelwork, the importance of sustainability issues and use of computer methods in analysis.

This classic manual on structural steel design provides a major source of reference for structural engineers and fabricators working with the leading construction material. Based fully on the concepts of limit state design, the manual has been revised to take account of the 2000 revisions to BS 5950. It also looks at new developments in structural steel, environmental issues and outlines the main requirements of the Eurocode on structural steel.

The main objective of this course is to introduce the students to some types of metal structural solutions that are not included in the field of traditional hot-rolled and welded steel structures. In particular, it is intended to acquaint students with the structural solutions made of cold-formed steel, aluminum and stainless steel. With regard to the cold-formed steel profiles, the unit discusses the methodologies of the EC3-1-3 with special emphasis on the influence of high slenderness of thin sheets on the behavior of the members. In particular, a detail of the design rules is given in relation to (i) the local instability (effective width concept), (ii) distortional instability (reduced thickness concept), (iii) the web crippling failure and (iv) the overall flexural and flexural-torsional buckling. Regard the structural elements in either aluminum or stainless steel, the unit covers essentially what distinguishes them from the profiles of hot-rolled steel, which is the non-li.

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