|Author||: J.Y. Richard Liew,Ming-Xiang Xiong,Bing-Lin Lai|
|Publisher||: Woodhead Publishing|
|Release Date||: 2021-08-01|
|ISBN 10||: 0128234369|
|Pages||: 230 pages|
High strength materials offer alternatives to normal strength materials for high-rise construction. A higher material strength means a smaller member size is required to resist the design load. Consequently, high strength materials can be used for columns and in the walls of high-rise buildings. However, high strength concrete is brittle, and high strength thin steel plates are prone to local buckling. A solution to overcome such problems is to adopt a steel-concrete composite design in which concrete provides lateral restraint to steel plates against local buckling, and steel plates provides confinement to high strength concrete, enhancing its strength and ductility. Most design codes (from the USA, China, Europe, and Japan) do not provide guidance on the design of composite steel concrete structures using high strength concrete and high strength steel. Design of Steel-Concrete Composite Structures Using High Strength Materials addresses this need, providing guidance on the design of composite steel concrete structures using high strength concrete and high strength steel, and complementing existing codes. It gives insight into the design of concrete filled steel tubes (CFSTs) and concrete encased steel (CES) members with a concrete cylinder strength up to 90 N/mm2 and steel of yield strength up to 550 N/mm2. The title includes a database of over 2500 test results on composite columns, allowing design methods to be evaluated. Calculations are presented to determine critical parameters affecting the strength and ductility of high strength composite columns. Finally, the book proposes design methods for axial-moment interaction curves in composite columns. This allows a unified approach to the design of columns with normal and high strength steel concrete materials. Through seven chapters, this book offers solutions in the use of high strength materials to design and construct advanced tall buildings. Presents the design and construction of composite structures using high strength concrete and high strength steel—complementing and extending Eurocode 4 standards Redresses a gap in design codes—including from the USA, China, Europe and Japan— to cover composite structures using high strength concrete and steel in a comprehensive way Gives insight into the design of concrete filled steel tubes (CFSTs) and concrete encased steel (CES) members Includes a database of test results, and gives calculations, allowing evidence-based evaluation of current design methods and critical parameters Works up a unified approach to designing columns with normal and high strength steel and concrete
|Author||: Sing-Ping Chiew,Yan-Qing Cai|
|Publisher||: CRC Press|
|Release Date||: 2018-04-17|
|ISBN 10||: 1351203940|
|Pages||: 104 pages|
This book is the companion volume to Design Examples for High Strength Steel Reinforced Concrete Columns – A Eurocode 4 Approach. Guidance is much needed on the design of high strength steel reinforced concrete (SRC) columns beyond the remit of Eurocode 4. Given the much narrower range of permitted concrete and steel material strengths in comparison to EC2 and EC3, and the better ductility and buckling resistance of SRC columns compared to steel or reinforced concrete, there is a clear need for design beyond the guidelines. This book looks at the design of SRC columns using high strength concrete, high strength structural steel and high strength reinforcing steel materials – columns with concrete cylinder strength up to 90 N/mm2, yield strength of structural steel up to 690 N/mm2 and yield strength of reinforcing steel up to 600 N/mm2 respectively. The companion volume provides detailed worked examples on use of these high strength materials. This book is written primarily for structural engineers and designers who are familiar with basic EC4 design, and should also be useful to civil engineering undergraduate and graduate students who are studying composite steel concrete design and construction. Equations for design resistances are presented clearly so that they can be easily programmed into design spreadsheets for ease of use.
|Author||: Qing Quan Liang|
|Publisher||: CRC Press|
|Release Date||: 2018-10-08|
|ISBN 10||: 1482266539|
|Pages||: 458 pages|
Steel and composite steel–concrete structures are widely used in modern bridges, buildings, sport stadia, towers, and offshore structures. Analysis and Design of Steel and Composite Structures offers a comprehensive introduction to the analysis and design of both steel and composite structures. It describes the fundamental behavior of steel and composite members and structures, as well as the current design criteria and procedures given in Australian standards AS/NZS 1170, AS 4100, AS 2327.1, Eurocode 4, and AISC-LRFD specifications. Featuring numerous step-by-step examples that clearly illustrate the detailed analysis and design of steel and composite members and connections, this practical and easy-to-understand text: Covers plates, members, connections, beams, frames, slabs, columns, and beam-columns Considers bending, axial load, compression, tension, and design for strength and serviceability Incorporates the author’s latest research on composite members Analysis and Design of Steel and Composite Structures is an essential course textbook on steel and composite structures for undergraduate and graduate students of structural and civil engineering, and an indispensable resource for practising structural and civil engineers and academic researchers. It provides a sound understanding of the behavior of structural members and systems.
This book sets out the basic principles of composite construction with reference to beams, slabs, columns and frames, and their applications to building structures. It deals with the problems likely to arise in the design of composite members in buildings, and relates basic theory to the design approach of Eurocodes 2, 3 and 4. The new edition is based for the first time on the finalised Eurocode for steel/concrete composite structures.
|Author||: Shuenn-Yih Chang,Suad Khalid Al Bahar,Jingying Zhao|
|Publisher||: CRC Press|
|Release Date||: 2012-10-31|
|ISBN 10||: 0203388070|
|Pages||: 974 pages|
Advances in Civil Engineering and Building Materials presents the state-of-the-art development in: - Structural Engineering - Road & Bridge Engineering- Geotechnical Engineering- Architecture & Urban Planning- Transportation Engineering- Hydraulic Engineering - Engineering Management- Computational Mechanics- Construction Technology- Buildi
Bridge Engineering: Classifications, Design Loading, and Analysis Methods begins with a clear and concise exposition of theory and practice of bridge engineering, design and planning, materials and construction, loads and load distribution, and deck systems. This is followed by chapters concerning applications for bridges, such as: Reinforced and Prestressed Concrete Bridges, Steel Bridges, Truss Bridges, Arch Bridges, Cable Stayed Bridges, Suspension Bridges, Bridge Piers, and Bridge Substructures. In addition, the book addresses issues commonly found in inspection, monitoring, repair, strengthening, and replacement of bridge structures. Includes easy to understand explanations for bridge classifications, design loading, analysis methods, and construction Provides an overview of international codes and standards Covers structural features of different types of bridges, including beam bridges, arch bridges, truss bridges, suspension bridges, and cable-stayed bridges Features step-by-step explanations of commonly used structural calculations along with worked out examples
Proceedings of the sixth International Conference on Composite Construction in Steel and Concrete held at the Devil s Thumb Ranch in Tabernash, Colorado, July 20 24, 2008. Sponsored by Engineering Conferences International; the Structural Engineering Institute of ASCE. This collection contains the 63 technical papers representing the state-of-the-art in composite construction worldwide. Topics include: composite bridges, composite slabs, shear connectors, composite columns, innovative composite structural systems, fire and seismic resistance of composite structural systems and practical applications. These papers will be valuable to structural engineers and allied professionals engaged in construction with steel and concrete composites.
This book provides an introduction to the theory and design of composite structures of steel and concrete. Material applicable to both buildings and bridges is included, with more detailed information relating to structures for buildings. Throughout, the design methods are illustrated by calculations in accordance with the Eurocode for composite structures, EN 1994, Part 1-1, ‘General rules and rules for buildings’ and Part 1-2, ‘Structural fire design’, and their cross-references to ENs 1990 to 1993. The methods are stated and explained, so that no reference to Eurocodes is needed. The use of Eurocodes has been required in the UK since 2010 for building and bridge structures that are publicly funded. Their first major revision began in 2015, with the new versions due in the early 2020s. Both authors are involved in the work on Eurocode 4. They explain the expected additions and changes, and their effect in the worked examples for a multi-storey framed structure for a building, including resistance to fire. The book will be of interest to undergraduate and postgraduate students, their lecturers and supervisors, and to practising engineers seeking familiarity with composite structures, the Eurocodes, and their ongoing revision.
|Author||: Lin-Hai Han,Dennis Lam,David A Nethercot|
|Publisher||: CRC Press|
|Release Date||: 2018-10-12|
|ISBN 10||: 0429802951|
|Pages||: 113 pages|
This is the first design guide on concrete filled double skin steel tubular (CFDST) structures. It addresses in particular CFDST structures with plain concrete sandwiched between circular hollow sections, and provides the relevant calculation methods and construction provisions for CFDST structures. These inherit the advantages of conventional concrete-filled steel tubular (CFST) structures, including high strength, good ductility and durability, high fire resistance and favourable constructability. Moreover, because of their unique sectional configuration, CFDST structures have been proved to possess lighter weight, higher bending stiffness and better cyclic performance than conventional CFST. Consequently CFDST can offer reduced concrete consumption and construction costs. This design guide is for engineers designing electrical grid infrastructures, wind power towers, bridge piers and other structures requiring light self-weight, high bending stiffness and high bearing capacity.
Mechanics of Structures and Materials: Advancements and Challenges is a collection of peer-reviewed papers presented at the 24th Australasian Conference on the Mechanics of Structures and Materials (ACMSM24, Curtin University, Perth, Western Australia, 6-9 December 2016). The contributions from academics, researchers and practising engineers from Australasian, Asia-pacific region and around the world, cover a wide range of topics, including: • Structural mechanics • Computational mechanics • Reinforced and prestressed concrete structures • Steel structures • Composite structures • Civil engineering materials • Fire engineering • Coastal and offshore structures • Dynamic analysis of structures • Structural health monitoring and damage identification • Structural reliability analysis and design • Structural optimization • Fracture and damage mechanics • Soil mechanics and foundation engineering • Pavement materials and technology • Shock and impact loading • Earthquake loading • Traffic and other man-made loadings • Wave and wind loading • Thermal effects • Design codes Mechanics of Structures and Materials: Advancements and Challenges will be of interest to academics and professionals involved in Structural Engineering and Materials Science.