By Edited by Andrea E. Surovek, Ph.D., P.E.
Complicated research in metal body layout provides formal guidance for using second-order inelastic research within the layout and overview of metal framing platforms. This complex research method makes a speciality of the power of the structural method as an entire, instead of layout load degrees generating first member failure. The file contains layout ideas, heritage and observation relating to those ideas, and benchmarks for columns and frames. It additionally presents particular ideas in regards to the rigor of the research, minimal modeling standards, attention of restrict states, serviceability, and reside load aid, but permits range for the judgment of the layout engineer
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1 Column Benchmark Cases Source: Maleck 2001. 1. g. ) The slenderness ratio given is about the axis of bending. 2 Benchmark Frames: Nominal All of the frame solutions presented herein have been collected from various studies documented in the literature. They are provided to allow for a means of examining different cases of planar framing systems analyzed using the approaches identified in this report. The frames range from simple portal frames to multi-story, multi-bay frames; they include symmetric and unsymmetric geometry and loading, as well as unbraced and combined braced and unbraced framing.
Advanced Analysis in Steel Frame Design: Guidelines for Direct Second-Order Inelastic Analysis by Edited by Andrea E. Surovek, Ph.D., P.E.