Steel Structures Design and Behaviour 4E
Noted for its logical and thorough presentation of the theoretical background needed for developing and explaining design requirements, Steel Structures uses a generous number of numerical design examples to demonstrate the process of selecting minimum weight members to satisfy given conditions. Considerable attention has been paid to presenting for the beginning student the necessary elastic and inelastic stability concepts, the understanding of which is essential to properly apply steel design rules.
2. Steels and Properties.
3. Tension Members.
4. Structural Fasteners.
6. Compression Members.
7. Beams: Laterally Supported.
9. Lateral-Torsional Buckling of Beams.
10. Continuous Beams.
11. Plate Girders.
12. Combined Bending and Axial Load.
14. Frames-Braced and Unbraced.
15. Design of Rigid Frames.
16. Composite Steel-Concrete Construction.