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SECTION 1
STRUCTURAL STEEL
ENGINEERING
AND DESIGN
MAX KURTZ, P.E.
Consulting Engineer
METRICATED BY
GERALD M. EISENBERG
Project Engineering Administrator
American Society of Mechanical Engineers
Part 1: Statics, Stress and Strain, and Flexural Analysis
PRINCIPLES OF STATICS; GEOMETRIC PROPERTIES OF AREAS
Graphical Analysis of a Force System
Analysis of Static Friction
Analysis of a Structural Frame
Graphical Analysis of a Plane Truss
Truss Analysis by the Method of Joints
Truss Analysis by the Method of Sections
Reactions of a Three-Hinged Arch
Length of Cable Carrying Known Loads
Parabolic Cable Tension and Length
Catenary Cable Sag and Distance between Supports
Stability of a Retaining Wall
Analysis of a Simple Space Truss
Analysis of a Compound Space Truss
Geometric Properties of an Area
Product of Inertia of an Area
Properties of an Area with Respect to Rotated Axes
ANALYSIS OF STRESS AND STRAIN
Stress Caused by an Axial Load
Deformation Caused by an Axial Load
Deformation of a Built-Up Member
Reactions at Elastic Supports
Analysis of Cable Supporting a Concentrated Load
Displacement of Truss Joint
Axial Stress Caused by Impact Load
Stresses on an Oblique Plane
Evaluation of Principal Stresses
Hoop Stress in Thin- Walled Cylinder under Pressure

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Part 2: Structural Steel Design
STEEL BEAMS AND PLATE GIRDERS
Most Economic Section for a Beam with a Continuous Lateral Support
under a Uniform Load
Most Economic Section for a Beam with Intermittent Lateral Support
under Uniform Load
Design of a Beam with Reduced Allowable Stress
Design of a Cover-Plated Beam
Design of a Continuous Beam
Shearing Stress in a Beam — Exact Method
Shearing Stress in a Beam — Approximate Method
Moment Capacity of a Welded Plate Girder
Analysis of a Riveted Plate Girder
Design of a Welded Plate Girder
STEEL COLUMNS AND TENSION MEMBERS
Capacity of a Built-Up Column
Capacity of a Double- Angle Star Strut
Section Selection for a Column with Two Effective Lengths
Stress in Column with Partial Restraint against Rotation
Lacing of Built-Up Column
Selection of a Column with a Load at an Intermediate Level
Design of an Axial Member for Fatigue
Investigation of a Beam Column
Application of Beam-Column Factors
Net Section of a Tension Member
Design of a Double- Angle Tension Member
PLASTIC DESIGN OF STEEL STRUCTURES
Allowable Load on Bar Supported by Rods
Determination of Section Shape Factors
Determination of Ultimate Load by the Static Method
Determining the Ultimate Load by the Mechanism Method
Analysis of a Fixed-End Beam under Concentrated Load
Analysis of a Two-Span Beam with Concentrated Loads
Selection of Sizes for a Continuous Beam
Mechanism-Method Analysis of a Rectangular Portal Frame
Analysis of a Rectangular Portal Frame by the Static Method
Theorem of Composite Mechanisms
Analysis of an Unsymmetric Rectangular Portal Frame
Analysis of Gable Frame by Static Method
Theorem of Virtual Displacements
Gable-Frame Analysis by Using the Mechanism Method
Reduction in Plastic-Moment Capacity Caused by Axial Force
LOAD AND RESISTANCE FACTOR METHOD
Determining If a Given Beam Is Compact or Non-Compact
Determining Column Axial Shortening with a Specified Load
Determining the Compressive Strength of a Welded Section
Determining Beam Flexural Design Strength for Minor- and
Maj or- Axis Bending
Designing Web Stiffeners for Welded Beams
Determining the Design Moment and Shear Strength of a Built-up
Wide-Flanged Welded Beam Section
Finding the Lightest Section to Support a Specified Load
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Combined Flexure and Compression in Beam-Columns in a Braced Frame
Selection of a Concrete-Filled Steel Column
Determining Design Compressive Strength of Composite Columns
Analyzing a Concrete Slab for Composite Action
Determining the Design Shear Strength of a Beam Web
Determining a Bearing Plate for a Beam and Its End Reaction
Determining Beam Length to Eliminate Bearing Plate
Part 3: Hangers and Connections, Wind-Shear Analysis
Design of an Eyebar
Analysis of a Steel Hanger
Analysis of a Gusset Plate
Design of a Semirigid Connection
Riveted Moment Connection
Design of a Welded Flexible Beam Connection
Design of a Welded Seated Beam Connection
Design of a Welded Moment Connection
Rectangular Knee of Rigid Bent
Curved Knee of Rigid Bent
Base Plate for Steel Column Carrying Axial Load
Base for Steel Column with End Moment
Grillage Support for Column
Wind-Stress Analysis by Portal Method
Wind-Stress Analysis by Cantilever Method
Wind-Stress Analysis by Slope-Deflection Method
Wind Drift of a Building
Reduction in Wind Drift by Using Diagonal Bracing
Light-Gage Steel Beam with Unstiffened Flange
Light-Gage Steel Beam with Stiffened Compression Flange

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