Fundamentals of Structural Design: Steel, Concrete, and Timber
For students who have completed courses in statics and mechanics of solids; also useful as a reference work for practicing engineers and architects.
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Part B Legally Defined Models
Physical Reality in Bending
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A36 steel AISC formula AISC Specification allowable stress allowable stress design Analysis proof angle assumed axes axial load bar diameters bending moment diagram buckling calculations centroid Code column computed concentrated load connection cross section curve dead load deflection depth dimensions distance eccentricity engineer equation factor of safety failure fillet weld flange ft-kips HS bolts inches inertia k/ft kips lateral support live load load factors material maximum method minimum modulus of elasticity Mohr's circle neutral axis obtained plastic hinge prestress force prestressed concrete ratio rectangular reinforced concrete replaced rivet section modulus Section Properties shear center shear stress shown in Fig slab solution spacing span specified Steel Construction stiffeners stirrups strain strength stress block stress-strain structural Table tensile steel tensile stress tension thickness torsional typical vertical width yield zero