The book is specially planned for reducing the time required for design of Steel Structural members. It gives the properties of standard steel sections used in regular designs and also gives i) tensile load capacity of Equal and Unequal Angle Sections; ii) compressive strength and load capacity of single angle sections (both Equal and Unequal Angles),all I-Sections, Channel Sections, T-Sections and iii) Moment of Resistance of all I-sections. The details of load capacities and Moments of Resistance are provided in the form of tables which are very easy to use. The tensile load capacities of angle sections are given for both yield stress and ultimate stress, for full cross-sectional area and can be used for the design of welded members. The compressive load capacities are given for a range of effective lengths starting from 1.0 m to an effective length corresponding to a slenderness ratio of 250, maximum value as per the code IS:800-2007. The Moments of Resistance for all I-sections are given for both cases, viz., low shear and high shear, considering the compression flange to be laterally supported. The book also helps in making the designs economic as all sections having the design load/moment capacities can be listed and the one with minimum weight can be selected as the design member. The book aims at increasing the efficiency of the steel structural designer-saving time and simultaneously achieving economy. The students also can pick up this art while learning the subject.
Symbols 1. Rolled Steel I-Sections 2. Rolled Steel Channels 3. Rolled Steel Equal Angles 4. Rolled Steel Unequal Angles Sections 5. Rolled Steel Tee-Sections 6. Rolled Steel I-Sections with Additional Plates on Both Flanges to be used as Girders 7. Rolled Steel I-Sections with Channel and Plates on The Flanges to be used as Girders Tensile Load Capacity of Single Equal Angle Sections 8. Tensile Load Capacity of Equal Angle Sections for Yield Stress and Ultimate Stress with Welded end Connections for Gross Area Tensile Load Capacity of Single Unequal Angle Sections 9. Tensile Load Capacity of Unequal Angle Sections for Yield Stress and Ultimate Stress with Welded end Connections for Gross Area Factored Axial Compression Load Capacity of Single Equal Angle Section 10. Axial Compression Load Capacity of Single Equal Angle Section Factored Axial Compression Load Capacity of Single Unequal Angle Section 11. Axial Compression Load Capacity of Single Unequal Angle Section Factored Axial Compression Load Capacity of Single I-Sections 12. Axial Compression Load Capacity of I-Section Factored Axial Compression Load Capacity of Single Channel-Sections 13. Axial Compression Load Capacity of Channel-Section Factored Axial Compression Load Capacity of Single Tee-Sections 14. Axial Compression Load Capacity of T-Section Factored Moment of Resistance of I-Sections 15. Moments of Resistance of Indian Standard I-Sections for Low Shear and High Shear 16. Moments of Resistance of Semi-compact I-Sections Annexures A- 1. Shear Strength of Grade 4.6 Bolts A-2. Tensile Shear Strength of Grade 4.6 Bolts A-3. Bearing Shear Strength of Grade 4.6 Bolts for Typical and Distances and Pitch Distances A-4 Fillet Weld Strength for Shop Welds and Field Welds.
K.V. Parmod :- K.V. Pramod completed B.E. Civil in the year 1986 from K.R.E.C. Surathkal (presently N.I.T.K. Surathkal), Mangalore University. He completed post graduation studies in Industrial Structures and obtained his M. Tech degree in the year 1988, also, from K.R.E.C. Surathkal, Mangalore University. He joined S.D.M. College of Engineering and Technology, Dharwad, Civil Engineering Department in 1988 as lecturer and is presently working as Professor, at the same Institution. He has handled several Structural subjects for both under graduate and post graduate classes and has been handling Steel Design and related subjects at both the levels for the past several years, even before the Limit State Design method for Steel Structures was introduced into the curriculum of Civil Engineering studies.