Steelwork Design. Guide to BS Volume 1. Section Properties. Member Capacities. 7th Edition. The Steel Construction Institute and. The British . BS Incorporating. Corrigenda Nos. 1 and 2 and Amendment. No. 1. Structural use of steelwork in building —. Part 1: Code of. BRITISH STANDARD BS Incorporating Corrigenda Nos. .. 1 Structural use of steelwork in building — Part 1: Code of practice for.
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It has been assumed in the drafting of this British Standard that the execution of its provisions is entrusted to appropriately qualified and experienced people and that construction and supervision will be carried outby capable and experienced organizations.
Asa code ofpractice, this British Standard takes the form of guidance and recommendations. It should not be quoted as if it were a specification and particular care should be taken to ensure thatclaims of compliance are not misleading.
For materials and workmanshipreference should be made to Forerection, reference should be made to BS BS A British Standard does not purport to include all the necessary provisions of a contract.
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Summary ofpages This document comprisesa front cover, an inside frontcover, pages i to vi, pages 1to and a back cover.
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The BSI copyright notice displayed inthis document indicates when the document was last issued. NOTE3 Design for seismic resistance is not covered in However, such useis not precluded provided that appropriate allowances are made for these considerations see 5.
The test procedures of 7. Other cases are covered in Section3. For dated references, subsequent amendments to, or revisions of, any of these publicationsdo not apply.
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In a fire situation, a composite beam has a much higher perimeter area exposed to fire in its lower web-flange section than in the upper web-flange section, and so the temperature distribution across a composite beam is usually non-uniform.
The reduction in fire of the strength and stiffness of the material properties of the perforated steel beam, as well as differential thermal expansion, therefore becomes an important influence on the overall behaviour of the composite beam.
The objective of this research is to enhance the level of understanding of the generic behaviour of composite cellular floor beams in fire conditions. In this paper, three-dimensional nonlinear finite element models of composite cellular floor beams have been developed, taking into consideration the influence of the changes in material properties with temperature.
Experimental data from furnace tests on cellular composite floor beams obtained from previous research work has been used to validate the FE models. An analytical model based on existing design guides is also presented in this paper.
It is concluded that finite element analysis results are in good agreement with the experimental data, and all the failure modes have been accurately predicted. The proposed simplified analytical methods show reasonable agreement with the test and FE results, and are always conservative.
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No notes for slide. Bs partstructural-use-of-steelwork-in-building1 1. Code of practice for design — Rolled and welded sections ICS BS It comes into effect on 15 August see foreword.
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NOTE 1 The imposed loads are the imposed floor loads and the imposed roof loads. NOTE 2 The crane loads are the self-weight of the crane, the lifted load and the allowances for dynamic effects.
NOTE Either elastic or plastic analysis may be used. This method applies to cases where the resistance to horizontal forces is provided by moment-resisting joints or cantilever columns.
Sway mode in-plane effective lengths should be used for the columns, see 4. The beams should be designed to remain elastic under the factored loads. The sway effects see 2. A rigorous form of second order elastic analysis should be used. If 2cr is less than 4. The secondary forces and moments should be allowed for by using second order elastic—plastic analysis. Simple plastic theory should not be used for second order analysis.
Alternatively, the value of t1 may be determined from the following:Design requirements are provided for the calculation of the column base-plate thickness subjected to compressive and tensile axial loads, small and large moments and shear. Our visual programs are easy to learn and an excellent value.
On page 31 of the Design Guide, the required base plate area, a1 req'd.
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It is clear that the base plate is spreading loads from column onto a large area. The secondary forces and moments should be allowed for by using second order elastic—plastic analysis. Deepak Patil 6, views 1- Base plates will usually be flame cut or sawn from S or S plate.