Contents – Design of Steel Structures

Contents

Chapter 1 Introduction

1.1 What are Steel Structures?

1.2 What does a Steel Structure Consist of?

1.3 Structural Steel

1.4 Products of Structural Steel

1.5 Standards, Codes and Specifications

1.6 Loads

1.7 Fatigue

1.8 Brittle Fracture

1.9 Corrosion Protection of Steel Structures

1.10 Design Philosophies

1.11 Methods of Structural Analysis

1.12 Plate (Local) Buckling

1.13 Classification of Sections

Chapter 2 Structural Steel Fasteners

2.1 Introduction

2.2 Riveting

2.3 Welding

2.4 Bolting

Problems

Chapter 3 Tension Members

3.1 Introduction

3.2 Net Area

3.3 Shear-lag

3.4 Design of Tension Members as per IS 800:2007

3.5 Lug Angles

Problems

Chapter 4 Compression Members

4.1 Introduction

4.2 Euler's Buckling Theory

4.3 Behaviour of Real Columns

4.4 Types of Sections

4.5 Design of Columns as per IS 800:2007

4.6 Validity of Design Strength Calculations

4.7 Design Procedure

4.8 Built-up Compression Members

Problems

Chapter 5 Beams

5.1 Introduction

5.2 Flexural Behaviour of Beams which do not Undergo Lateral Buckling

5.3 Flexural Behaviour of Beams which Undergo Lateral Buckling

5.4 Shear Behaviour

5.5 Web Buckling and Web Crippling

5.6 Design Strength in Bending as per IS 800:2007

5.7 Design Strength in Shear as per IS 800:2007

5.8 Limit State Serviceability – Deflection

Problems

Chapter 6 Gantry Girder

6.1 Introduction

6.2 Loads on Gantry Girder

6.3 Web Buckling and Web Crippling

6.4 Deflection Check

6.5 Design for Fatigue

Problems

Chapter 7 Welded Plate Girder

7.1 Introduction

7.2 Behaviour of Transversely Stiffened Plate Girder Panels in Shear

7.3 Design Methods for Transversely Stiffened Web Panels as per IS 800:2007

7.4 Design of End Panels as per IS 800:2007

7.5 Other Design Specifications

7.6 Design of Stiffeners

Problems

Chapter 8 Beam-Columns

8.1 Introduction

8.2 Analysis of Beam-columns

8.3 Modes of Failure

8.4 Design Specifications as per IS 800:2007

Problems

Chapter 9 Column Splices and Bases

9.1 Introduction

9.2 Column Splices

9.3 Column Bases

Problems

Chapter 10 Welded Connections

10.1 Introduction

10.2 Bracket Connections

10.3 Simple Beam End Connections

10.4 Moment Resistant Beam End Connection

Problems

Chapter 11 Bolted Connections

11.1 Introduction

11.2 Bracket Connections

11.3 Simple Beam End Connections

11.4 Moment Resistant Beam End Connection

11.5 Splicing of Beams/Plate Girders

Problems

Chapter 12 Light-Gauge Steel Sections

12.1 Introduction

12.2 Types of Sections

12.3 Behaviour of Light-gauge Sections

12.4 Design Specifications as per IS 801:1975

Problems

Chapter 13 Composite Construction

13.1 Introduction

13.2 Composite Beam

13.3 Methods of Construction

13.4 Limit State of Collapse

13.5 Limit States of Serviceability: Deflection

Problems

Appendices

Appendix A Properties of Beams, Columns/Heavy Beams, Channels and Angles

Appendix B Properties of Parallel Beams and Columns

Appendix C Properties of T-Sections

Appendix D Properties of Tubular Sections

Appendix E Properties of Rectangular/Square Hollow Sections

Appendix F Properties of Flats

Appendix G Properties of Cold-formed Light-gauge Sections

References