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Design of Steel Structure

by Vssut Rulers
Type: NoteInstitute: Veer Surendra Sai University Of Technology VSSUT Specialization: Civil EngineeringOffline Downloads: 4Views: 248Uploaded: 2 months agoAdd to Favourite

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Course Materials- Civil Engineering- Steel Structures STEEL STRUCTURES Editorial Board Prof. Ajaya Kumar Nayak, BTech (NIT Rourkela), ME (IISc Bangalore), PhD (University of Southampton, UK) Course Leader Assistant Professor (Formerly Reader) Civil Engineering Department, VSSUT, Burla Email: ajayanayak07@gmail.com, Ph No: +91-9777460423 Prof Leena Sinha, BTech (VSSUT, Burla), MTech (NIT, Rourkela) Co-Course Leader Assistant Professor (Formerly Lecturer) Civil Engineering Department, VSSUT, Burla Email: sinha.Leena@gmail.com, Ph No: +91-9437439330 Prof Bjian Kumar Roy, BTech (BESU, Shibapur), MTech (BESU, Shibapur) Co-Course Leader Assistant Professor (Formerly Lecturer) Civil Engineering Department, VSSUT, Burla Email: bijan.roy@rediffmail.com, Ph No: +91-9658861748 Department of Civil Engineering Veer Surendra Sai University of Technology, Burla, 768018, Odisha, India Under revision *, Funded by ETET Odisha 1
Course Materials- Civil Engineering- Steel Structures DISCLAIMER These lecture notes are being prepared and printed for the use in training the students and practicing engineers. No commercial use of these notes is permitted and copies of these will not be offered for sale in any manner. Due acknowledgement has been made in the reference sections. The readers are encouraged to provide written feedbacks for improvement of course materials. Dr Ajaya Kumar Nayak Mrs Leena Sinha Mr Bijan Kumar Roy Under revision *, Funded by ETET Odisha 2
Course Materials- Civil Engineering- Steel Structures Preface to the First Edition of Lecture Notes It is well known that the students of civil engineering particularly students in foundation courses like steel structures are greatly handicapped due to the want of a concise and comprehensive lecture note on the subject as a whole. A student has therefore no other way than to go through a number of voluminous textbooks on each one of the various branches of Steel Structures and in doing so he/she is very often confused about how much he/she should read and know. This confusion obviously leads to undue wastage of time and energy on the part of the student. With much of inspiration from our Hon’ble Vice Chancellor Prof. E. Sai Baba Reddy, VSSUT, Burla we ventured to accept the task of writing this lecture notes in which an attempt has been made to discuss the fundamental principles of all the different branches of the subject in such a manner as to enable the student to gradually acquire a reasonably good standard of foundation knowledge of Steel Structures. Each individual lecture deals with a particular branch of the subject and the extent of treatment is expected to fulfil the requirements for the Four year BTech degree course in Civil Engineering of the State and Central Universities in India. We take this opportunity to offer our sincere thanks and deep sense of gratitude to Professor S S Das, Head of the Civil Engineering Department who gave us the motivation to this work. We also thank the faculty members and staffs of Civil Engineering Department VSSUT Burla for creating stimulating environment for carrying out this work. Thanks are also due to Mr Muna Kalundia of the Department of Architecture, VSSUT, Burla who prepared some diagrams contained in this lecture notes. Thanks are also due to Mr Avaya Kumar Satapathy of the Department of Civil Engineering, VSSUT, Burla who typed some parts of lecture notes while we are very busy in carrying out the important works for VSSUT, Burla. We shall deem our efforts successful if the lecture notes is proved useful to those for whom it is meant. VSSUT, Burla The 8th April, 2015 Dr Ajaya Kumar Nayak Mrs Leena Sinha Mr Bijan Kumar Roy Under revision *, Funded by ETET Odisha 3
Course Materials- Civil Engineering- Steel Structures Module 1 Lecture 1 In this lecture the course outline and the module and lecture wise breakup of the steel structure course are discussed. Also, the list of reference books, conference papers, reports and journals have been given. Course Outline of BCE 309 Steel Structures (3-1-0) CR-04 (IS 800-2007 and Steel Tables are permitted in the Examination) Module I: Philosophy, concept and methods of design of steel structures, structural elements, structural steel sections, riveted and welded connections, design of tension members Module II: Design of compression members, Design of columns, lacing and battening, Column base and foundation Module III: Design of beams, Plate Girder and Gantry Girder Module IV: Design of roof trusses. Course Prerequisites: Structural Analysis, Mechanics of Materials, Engineering Mechanics References 1. Ram Chandra and V. Gehlot, Design of Steel Structures, Scientific Publishers, Jodhpur 2. L.S. Negi, Design of Steel Structures, Tata McGraw Hill Book Co. 3. B.C. Punmia, A.K. Jain and A.K. Jain, Design of Steel Structures, Laxmi Publishers 4. N. Subramanian, Design of Steel Structures, Oxford University Press 5. S.K. Duggal, Limit State Design of Steel Structures, Tata McGraw Hill Book Co. 6. R. Narayanan and Kalyanraman V, INSDAG Guide for the Structural Use of Steel Work in Buildings, IIT Madras and Institute of Steel Development and Growth 7. PH Waarts, ACWM Vrouwenvelder, Stochastic finite element analysis of steel structures, Journal of Constructional Steel Research, 1999, 52, pp. 21-32 8. IS 800:2007, Indian Standard General Construction in Steel- Code of Practice (Third Revision), Bureau of Indian Standards, New Delhi, Dec 143 pages 9. N Subramanian, Code of Practice on Steel Structures- A Review of IS800: 2007, CE & CR 2008. Pp 1-12 10. IS 800-1984, Indian Standard General Construction in Steel- Code of Practice (Second Revision), Bureau of Indian Standards, New Delhi, Dec 137 pages 11. SP (1) 1964, Hand Book For Structural Engineers, 1. Structural Steel Sections, Bureau of Indian Standards 12. J.C. McCormac and S.F. Csernak, Structural Steel Design, 5th Edition, Prentice Hall, 2011 13. T.B. Quimby, A Beginner’s Guide to the Steel Construction Manual, 2008 14. W.F. Chen and S. Toma, Advanced Analysis of Steel Frames, CRC Press, 1994 Under revision *, Funded by ETET Odisha 4

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