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    Author(s)Louis F. Geschwindner
    PublisherWiley India
    Publish YearNovember 2018


    Wiley India Unified Design of Steel Structures, 2ed by Louis F. Geschwindner

    Geschwindner's 2nd edition of Unified Design of Steel Structures provides an understanding that structural analysis and design are two integrated processes as well as the necessary skills and knowledge in investigating, designing, and detailing steel structures utilizing the latest design methods according to the AISC Code.The goal is to prepare readers to work in design offices as designers and in the field as inspectors. This new edition is compatible with the 2011 AISC code as well as marginal references to the AISC manual for design examples and illustrations, which was seen as a real advantage by the survey respondents. Furthermore, new sections have been added on: Direct Analysis, Torsional and flexural-torsional buckling of columns, Filled HSS columns, and Composite column interaction. TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. Introduction 1.1 Scope 1.2 The Specification 1.3 The Manual 1.4 AISC Website Resources 1.5 Principles of Structural Design 1.6 Parts of the Steel Structure 1.7 Types of Steel Structures 1.8 Design Philosophies 1.9 Fundamentals of Allowable Strength Design (ASD) 1.10 Fundamentals of Load and Resistance Factor Design (LRFD) 1.11 Inelastic Design 1.12 Structural Safety 1.13 Limit States 1.14 Building Codes and Design Specifications 1.15 Integrated Design Project 1.16 Problems 2. Loads, Load Factors, and Load Combinations 2.1 Introduction 2.2 Building Load Sources 2.3 Building Load Determination 2.4 Load Combinations for ASD and LRFD 2.5 Load Calculations 2.6 Calibration 2.7 Problems 3. Steel Building Materials 3.1 Introduction 3.2 Applicability of the AISC Specification 3.3 Steel for Construction 3.4 Structural Steel Shapes 3.5 Chemical Components of Structural Steel 3.6 Grades of Structural Steel 3.7 Availability of Structural Steel 3.8 Problems 4. Tension Members 4.1 Introduction 4.2 Tension Members in Structures 4.3 Cross-Sectional Shapes for Tension Members 4.4 Behavior and Strength of Tension Members 4.5 Computation of Areas 4.6 Design of Tension Members 4.7 Block Shear 4.8 Pin-Connected Members 4.9 Eye bars and Rods 4.10 Built-Up Tension Members 4.11 Truss Members 4.12 Bracing Members 4.13 Problems 5. Compression Members 5.1 Compression Members in Structures 5.2 Cross-Sectional Shapes for Compression Members 5.3 Compression Member Strength 5.4 Additional Limit States for Compression 5.5 Length Effects 5.6 Slender Elements in Compression 5.7 Column Design Tables 5.8 Torsional Buckling and Flexural-Torsional Buckling 5.9 Single-Angle Compression Members 5.10 Built-Up Members 5.11 Column Base Plates 5.12 Problems 6. Bending Members 6.1 Bending Members in Structures 6.2 Strength of Beams 6.3 Design of Compact Laterally Supported Wide-Flange Beams 6.4 Design of Compact Laterally Unsupported Wide-Flange Beams 6.5 Design of Noncompact Beams 6.6 Design of Beams for Weak Axis Bending 6.7 Design of Beams for Shear 6.8 Continuous Beams 6.9 Plastic Analysis and Design of Continuous Beams 6.10 Provisions for Double-Angle and Tee Members 6.11 Single-Angle Bending Members 6.12 Members in Biaxial Bending 6.13 Serviceability Criteria for Beams 6.14 Concentrated Forces on Beams 6.15 Open Web Steel Joists and Joist Girders 6.16 Problems 7. Plate Girders 2227.1 Background 7.2 Homogeneous Plate Girders in Bending 7.3 Homogeneous Plate Girders in Shear 7.4 Stiffeners for Plate Girders 7.5 Problems 8. Beam-Columns and Frame Behavior 8.1 Introduction 8.2 Second-Order Effects 8.3 Interaction Principles 8.4 Interaction Equations 8.5 Braced Frames 8.6 Moment Frames 8.7 Specification Provisions for Stability Analysis and Design 8.8 Initial Beam-Column Selection 8.9 Beam-Column Design Using Manual Part 6 8.10 Combined Simple and Moment Frames 8.11 Partially Restrained Frames 8.12 Bracing Design 8.13 Tension Plus Bending 8.14 Problems 9. Composite Construction 9.1 Introduction 9.2 Advantages and Disadvantages of Composite Beam Construction 9.3 Shored versus Unshored Construction 9.4 Effective Flange 9.5 Strength of Composite Beams and Slab 9.6 Shear Stud Strength 9.7 Composite Beams with Formed Metal Deck 9.8 Fully Encased Steel Beams 9.9 Selecting a Section 9.10 Serviceability Considerations 9.11 Composite Columns 9.12 Composite Beam-Columns 9.13 Problems 10. Connection Elements 10.1 Introduction 10.2 Basic Connections 10.3 Beam-to-Column Connections 10.4 Fully Restrained Connections 10.5 Simple and Partially Restrained Connections 10.6 Mechanical Fasteners 10.7 Bolt Limit States 10.8 Welds 10.9 Weld Limit States 10.10 Connecting Elements 10.11 Problems 11. Simple Connections 11.1 Types of Simple Connections 11.2 Simple Shear Connections 11.3 Double-Angle Connections: Bolted-Bolted 11.4 Double-Angle Connections: Welded-Bolted 11.5 Double-Angle Connections: Bolted-Welded 11.6 Double Angle Connections: Welded-Welded 11.7 Single-Angle Connections 11.8 Single-Plate Shear Connections 11.9 Seated Connections 11.10 Light Bracing Connections 11.11 Beam Bearing Plates and Column Base Plates 11.12 Problems 12. Moment Connections 12.1 Types of Moment Connections 12.2 Limit States 12.3 Moment Connection Design 12.4 Column Stiffening 12.5 Problems 13. Steel Systems for Seismic Resistance 13.1 Introduction 13.2 Expected Behavior 13.3 Moment-Frame Systems 13.4 Braced-Frame Systems 13.5 Other Framing Systems 13.6 Other General Requirements 13.7 Conclusions 13.8 Problems Appendix Index