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Structural Element Design Tutorial

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Index Structural Element Design Tutorial


Preface
General matters
Introduction
British Standards
Loading
Structural mechanics
Theory of bending
Compression members
Summary
Timber elements
Stress grading
Structural design of timber
Symbols
Strength classes
Grade stresses
Design stresses
Dry and wet exposure conditions
Geometrical properties of timber
Duration of load
Load sharing systems
Types of member
Flexural members
Bending (including lateral buckling)
Deflection
Shear
Bearing
Design summary for timber flexural members
Proprietary timber beams
Compression members: posts
Applied compression stress
Permissible compression stress
Slenderness of posts
Slenderness ratio
Ratio of modulus of elasticity to compression stress
Eccentrically loaded posts
Design summary for timber posts
Load bearing stud walls
Timber temporary works
Formwork
Support work for excavations
References
Concrete elements
Structural design of concrete
Symbols
Design philosophy
Ultimate limit state
Serviceability limit state
Limit state basic design procedure
Safety factors
Loads
Characteristic loads
Partial safety factors for load
Ultimate design load
Material properties
Characteristic strength of materials
Partial safety factors for materials
Ultimate design strength of materials
Practical considerations for durability
Shape and bulk of concrete
Concrete cover to reinforcement
Fire resistance
Flexural members
Beams
Effective span of beams
Deep beams
Slender beams
Main reinforcement areas
Minimum spacing of reinforcement
Maximum spacing of reinforcement
Bending ULS
Cracking SLS
Deflection SLS
Shear ULS
Design summary for concrete beams
Slabs
Dimensional considerations
Reinforcement areas
Minimum spacing of reinforcement
Maximum spacing of reinforcement
Bending ULS
Cracking SLS
Deflection SLS
Shear ULS
Columns
Column cross-section
Main reinforcement areas
Minimum spacing of reinforcement
Maximum Spacing of reinforcement
Lateral reinforcement
Compressive ULS
Shear ULS
Cracking SLS
Lateral deflection
Design summary for concrete columns
References
Masonry elements
Structural design of masonry
Symbols
Definitions
Materials
Bricks
Blocks
Mortar
Wall ties
Damp proof courses
Design philosphy
Safety factors
Loads
Characteristic loads
Partial safety factors for load
Ultimate design load
Material properties
Characteristic compressive strength of masonry units
Partial safety factors for materials
Ultimate compressive strength of masonry units
Factors influencing the load hearing capacity of masonry members
Slenderness ratio
Lateral support
Effective height
Effective length
Effective thickness
Capacity reduction factor for slenderness
Vertical load resistance
Design summary for a vertically loaded wall or column
Concentrated loads
References
Steel elements
Structural design of steelwork
Symbols
Definitions
Steel grades and sections
Design philosophy
Safety factors
Loads
Specified loads
Partial safety factors for load
Ultimate design load
Serviceability design load
Material properties
Section properties
Beams
Bending ULS
Bending ULS of laterally restrained beams
Bending ULS of laterally unrestrained beams
Shear ULS
Deflection SLS
Web buckling resistance
Web bearing resistance
Design summary for steel beams
Fabricated beams
Columns
Axially loaded columns
Design summary for axially loaded steel columns
Axially loaded columns with nominal moments
Design summary for axially loaded steel columns with nominal moments
Cased columns
Column baseplates
Connections
References
Index







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