design of steel structure

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Steel Structure

Eligibility

  • Civil engineering and diploma students
  • Civil engineering specialist.
  • Civil engineering design engineers.

Pre-requisites

Learners need to possess an undergraduate degree or a diploma

Steel Structure Modules

1. Introduction

1. 1.1 Design Consideration & Theories
2. 1.2 Partial Safety Factors & Loads
2. Connections

1. 2.1 Rivet & Bolted Connections- I
2. 2,2 Failure & Specifications
3. 2.3 Strength Of Bolted Connection – I
4. 2.4 Strength Of Bolted Connections- II
5. 2.5 Arrangement Of Bolts & Prying Force
6. 2.6 Numericals
7. 2.7 Numericals – II
8. 2.8 Eccentrically Loaded Connections – I
9. 2.9 Eccentrically Loaded Connections – II
10. 2.10 Butt Weld and Fillet Weld
11. 2.11 Specifications of Fillet weld
12. 2.12 Plug, Slot weld and Symbols
13. 2.13 Numericals – I
14. 2.14 Numericals – II
15. 2.15 Numericals – III
16. 2.16 Eccentric connection of weld – I
17. 2.17 Eccentric connection of weld – II
3. Tension Members

1. 3.1 Modes of Failure – I
2. 3.2 Modes of Failure – II
3. 3.3 Numericals – I
4. 3.4 Lug angle and Design concept
5. 3.5 Numericals – II
6. 3.6 Numerical – III
4. Compression Members

1. 4.1 Failure modes and Slenderness ratio
2. 4.2 Classification of section and Strength curve
3. 4.3 Perry-Robertson’s Approach
4. 4.4 Numerical – I
5. 4.5 Angle Strutucture
6. 4.6 Numerical – II and Design steps
7. 4.7 Numericals on Design
8. 4.8 Built-up Column
9. 4.9 Design of lacing system
10. 4.10 Numerical – II
11. 4.11 Design of Battens
12. 4.12 Numerical – III
13. 4.13 Column Splices
14. 4.14 Numerical – IV
15. 4.15 Column Bases – I
16. 4.16 Column Bases – II
17. 4.17 Numerical – V
5. Beams

1. 5.1 Introduction and Lateral Stability
2. 5.2 Shear, Bending and deflection criteria
3. 5.3 Web buckling, Crippling and built-up beams
4. 5.4 Design Of Beam
5. 5.5 Numerical For Beams-I
6. 5.6 Numerical for beams-II
6. Plastic Analysis

1. 6.1 Introduction
2. 6.2 Plastic Hinge
3. 6.3 Shape factor – I
4. 6.4 Shape factor – II
5. 6.5 Load Factor and Load Deflection curve
6. 6.6 Conditions and theories in plastic analysis
7. 6.7 Numerical – I
8. 6.8 Numerical – II
9. 6.9 Numerical – III
10. 6.10 Numerical – IV
11. 6.11 Frames
12. 6.12 Moment-Curvature relation

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