CRSI DESIGN - CRSI Design Handbook + CD-ROM
January 1, 2008 - CRSI

The CRSI Design Handbook has been the reference book for cast-in-place reinforced concrete design since 1952. The 10th edition provides the necessary information needed for common reinforced concrete structural members such as columns, beams, footings, pile caps, retaining walls, and...

MPIF DESIGN MANUAL - Powder Metallurgy Design Manual
January 1, 1998 - MPIF
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AISC DESIGN GUIDE 28 - Stability Design of Steel Buildings
January 1, 2013 - AISC

PURPOSE OF THIS DESIGN GUIDE With the 2005 AISC Specification for Structural Steel Buildings (AISC, 2005a), hereafter referred to as the AISC Specification, the state of the art was advanced to include three methods for stability design, including the introduction of a powerful new...

AISC DESIGN GUIDE 27 - Structural Stainless Steel
January 1, 2013 - AISC
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AISC DESIGN GUIDE 25 - Frame Design Using Web-Tapered Members
January 1, 2011 - AISC

Introduction This document provides suggested methods for the design of web-tapered I-shaped beams and columns, as well as frames that incorporate web-tapered I-shaped beams and/or columns. Both the requirements for analysis and rules for proportioning of web-tapered framing members are...

AISC DESIGN GUIDE 24 - Hollow Structural Section Connections
January 1, 2010 - AISC

Preface This Design Guide is a supplement to the 13th edition of the American Institute of Steel Construction (AISC) Steel Construction Manual and its companion CD. The Manual contains sections on bolting to hollow structural sections (HSS), welding considerations for HSS, simple shear...

AISC DESIGN GUIDE 22 - Facade Attachments to Steel-Framed Buildings
January 1, 2008 - AISC

OBJECTIVE AND SCOPE The objective of this Design Guide is to assist the practicing engineer in achieving economical slab edge details for steel frames that are structurally sound, durable, and accommodating of the performance requirements of the particular façade system. The focus is on...

January 1, 2008 - AISC

Introduction The Construction Industry Institute (CII, 1993) defi nes constructability as the optimum use of construction knowledge and experience in planning, design, procurement and fi eld operations to achieve overall project objectives. Those who advocate this concept believe that...

AISC DESIGN GUIDE 21 - Welded Connections-A Primer for Engineers
June 1, 2006 - AISC

SCOPE OF WELDING Welding engineering is a complex science, involving design and design details, metallurgy, the production aspects of the various welding processes, and inspection. Design involves the selection of joint types, weld types, sizing of welds, and selection of the...

AISC DESIGN GUIDE 20 - Steel Plate Shear Walls
January 1, 2006 - AISC

INTRODUCTION Steel plate shear walls (SPW) have been used in a significant number of buildings, beginning decades ago, before the existence of design requirements specifically addressing this structural system. Implementation has accelerated significantly since the recent publication of...

AISC DESIGN GUIDE 3 - Serviceability Design Considerations for Steel Buildings
March 1, 2004 - AISC

Serviceability is defined in the AISC Specification as "a state in which the function of a building, its appearance, maintainability, durability, and comfort of its occupants are preserved under normal usage". Although serviceability issues have always been a design consideration, changes in...

AISC DESIGN GUIDE 19 - Fire Resistance of Structural Steel Framing
December 1, 2003 - AISC

GENERAL INFORMATION Model building codes are the resource for building guidelines adopted by a jurisdiction. Either by direct adoption or by reference, these codes provide a standardized set of rules and regulations for the built environment. The intent of these regulations is to provide minimum...

AISC DESIGN GUIDE 18 - Steel-Framed Open-Deck Parking Structures
January 1, 2003 - AISC
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AISC DESIGN GUIDE 17 - High Strength Bolts: A Primer for Structural Engineers
October 1, 2002 - AISC

Purpose and Scope There are two principal types of fasteners used in contemporary fabricated steel structures-bolts and welds. Both are widely used, and sometimes both fastening types are used in the same connection. For many connections, it is common to use welds in the shop portion of the...

AISC DESIGN GUIDE 16 - Flush and Extended Multiple-Row Moment End-Plate Connections
January 1, 2002 - AISC

Design Guide 16 covers the design of flush and extended multiple row moment end-plate connections. The text includes a review of the uses and classifications of moment end-plate connections, general end-plate connection design procedures, and specific procedures for flush...

AISC DESIGN GUIDE 14 - Staggered Truss Framing Systems
December 1, 2001 - AISC

Material Description A staggered-truss frame is designed with steel framing members and concrete floors. Most often, the floor system is precast concrete hollow-core plank. Other options, including concrete supported on metal deck with steel beams or joists, can be used. With precast plank...