Steel Structures

Eric M. Lui

Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY

4.1 Materials 4-2

Stress-Strain Behavior of Structural Steel • Types of Steel • HighPerformance Steel • Fireproofing of Steel • Corrosion Protection of Steel • Structural Steel Shapes • Structural Fasteners • Weld-ability of Steel

4.2 Design Philosophy and Design Formats 4-8

Design Philosophy • Design Formats

4.3 Tension Members 4-10

Tension Member Design • Pin-Connected Members • Threaded Rods

4.4 Compression Members 4-16

Compression Member Design • Built-Up Compression Members • Column Bracing

4.5 Flexural Members 4-26

Flexural Member Design • Continuous Beams • Beam Bracing

4.6 Combined Flexure and Axial Force 4-42

Design for Combined Flexure and Axial Force

4.7 Biaxial Bending 4-45

Design for Biaxial Bending

4.8 Combined Bending, Torsion, and Axial Force 4-46

4.9 Frames 4-47

Frame Design • Frame Bracing

4.10 Plate Girders 4-48

Plate Girder Design

4.11 Connections 4-55

Bolted Connections • Welded Connections • Shop Welded-Field Bolted Connections • Beam and Column Splices

4.12 Column Base Plates and Beam Bearing Plates

(LRFD Approach) 4-77

Column Base Plates • Anchor Bolts • Beam Bearing Plates

4.13 Composite Members (LRFD Approach) 4-86

Composite Columns • Composite Beams • Composite Beam-Columns • Composite Floor Slabs

4.14 Plastic Design 4-92

Plastic Design of Columns and Beams • Plastic Design of Beam-Columns

4.15 Reduced Beam Section 4-94

4.16 Seismic Design 4-95

Glossary 4-99

References 4-100

Further Reading 4-102

Relevant Websites 4-103

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