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Steel Structures

The term steel structures refers to a metal layout developed with connected structural billet to support the load and provide comprehensive rigidity. This construction is reliable and employs fewer raw materials than different forms of construction such as concrete and timber construction because of the high resilience degree of steel.

As with other types of buildings, the structure of steel structures has its own problems and advantages. Starting with the positive, the advantages of steel structure are very much:

  • The steel structures have all of the advantages of both mass production and prefabrication, with a few exceptions.
  • Strengthening the steel structure at any point in the future is a possibility and will work towards along life cycle.
  • Ductility-is a property of steel that undergoes plastic deformation before complete failure and improves preliminary strength.
  • Great fatigue strength.
  • The overall speed of construction when using steel structures is impressively high, which can reduce the expenditure that is usually required for long-term construction work.
  • Steel, in general, has an impressive strength-to-weight ratio that makes the structure itself relatively light in comparison to the amount of weight it can hold.
  • The ability to predict the properties of many steels with relatively high accuracy makes it much easier to calculate potential stress levels and other important criteria.

About the Book

The purpose of this book is to introduce engineers to the design of steel structures using the International Building Standards Act 2012 (IBC) of the International Code Council. The International Building Standards Act is a national building Standards act that integrates and replaces three model codes previously published by Building Officials and Code Managers International (BOCA), the International Conference of Building Officials (ICBO), and the Southern Building Standards Conference International (SBCCI). The first code was published in 2000 and is no wad opted in most jurisdictions in the United States.

In 2012 IBC, 2 specifications of American Institute of Steel construction a readopted by reference. These are specifications for structural steel buildings (AISC360-10) and seismic preparation for structural steel buildings (AISC341-10). The book is based on the final draft of AIS C360-10. As required, the 14th edition of the manual was not available at the time of this publication, the text includes Aisc360-05, with the13th edition of the AISC Steel Construction Manual, and the design assistance of the manual is independent of the specification version.

This book introduces the theoretical background and basic basics of steel design, and covers the detailed design of components and their connections. The book is presented in AISC specifications, 2010 edition for Structural steel buildings, ASCE Minimum Design Load, 2010 edition for buildings and other structures, and ICC International Building Code, 2012 Edition Code requirements, with 170 design examples with concise step-by-step solutions. Each example focuses on a specific problem and provides a clear and concise solution to the problem.

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