STEEL BUILDINGS IN EUROPE by Arcelor Mittal
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STEEL BUILDINGS IN EUROPE by Arcelor Mittal
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Hi,
The 10 parts in the Multi-Storey Steel Buildings guide are:
Part 1: Architect’s guide
Part 2: Concept design
Part 3: Actions
Part 4: Detailed design
Part 5: Joint design
Part 6: Fire Engineering
Part 7: Model construction specification
Part 8: Description of member resistance calculator
Part 9: Description of simple connection resistance calculator
Part 10: Guidance to developers of software for the design of composite beams
also inclding
excel sheet for members in part 8: design resistance of members to EN 1993-1-1
excel sheet for members in part 9 : design connection of membersto EN 1993-1-8
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STEEL BUILDINGS IN EUROPE by Arcelor Mittal, Peiner Träger and Corus part 1

Size: 2.93 MB | Format: PDF | Year: 2010 | pages: 75

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For centuries, steel has demonstrated all its advantages as a construction material for use in famous buildings in the world, but steel is not only a material that delivers technical prowess. It has so many qualities that simply make it the preferred material of architects, especially for multi-storey buildings. This publication has been drafted by architects for architects. It provides information on the material and on the industrial components. It gives the bases of good practice in order to achieve maximum benefit in using steel, in terms of structural behaviour of steel frames, the building envelope, acoustic and thermal performances and sustainable construction.

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This publication presents information necessary to assist in the choice and use of steel structures at the concept design stage of modern multi-storey buildings. The primary sector of interest is commercial buildings, but the same information may also be used in other sectors. The information is presented in terms of the design strategy, anatomy of building design and structural systems that are relevant to the multi-storey buildings. This publication on the concept design of multi-storey frames complements other parts of the guide.
The use of long span composite construction is considered to be a very important step towards the greater use of steel in multi-storey buildings, and these forms of construction are emphasised in this publication. Cellular beams and perforated steel sections are promoted, as integrated solutions providing long spans without increasing overall floor depth. Long spans provide column-free adaptable space with fewer foundations. Integrated beams are also beneficial where the beam depth is minimised, such as in renovation applications. Other forms of floor construction, such as precast concrete units, are also covered.
Tables are provided for preliminary design of the various structural systems, with typical layouts, sizes and guidance on the key design issues.
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This publication presents information necessary to assist in the choice and use of steel structures at the concept design stage in modern single storey buildings. The primary sector of interest is industrial buildings, but the same information may also be used in other sectors, such as commercial, retail and leisure. The information is presented in terms of the design strategy, anatomy of building design and structural systems that are relevant to the single storey buildings. Other parts in the guide cover loading, the concept design of portal frames, the concept design of trusses and cladding.

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Size: 0.75 MB | Format: PDF | Year: 2010 | pages: 64

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This document provides guidelines for the determination of the actions on a single-storey building according to EN 1990 and EN 1991. After a short description of the general format for limit state design, this guide provides information on the determination of the permanent loads, the variable actions and the combinations of actions. The determination of the snow loads and the calculation of the wind action are described and summarized in comprehensive flowcharts. Simple worked examples on the snow loads and the wind action are also included.

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Size: 0.87 MB | Format: PDF | Year: 2010 | pages: 135

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This publication provides guidance on the detailed design of portal frames to the Eurocodes. An introductory section reviews the advantages of portal frame construction and clarifies that the scope of this publication is limited to portal frames without ties between eaves. Most of the guidance is related to single span frames, with limited guidance for multi-span frames.
The publication provides guidance on:
 The importance of second order effects in portal frames
 The use of elastic and plastic analysis
 Design at the Ultimate and Serviceability Limit States
 Element design: cross-section resistance and member stability
 Secondary structure: gable columns, bracing and eaves members.
The document includes a worked example, demonstrating the assessment of sensitivity to second order effects, and the verification of the primary members.

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STEEL BUILDINGS IN EUROPE by Arcelor Mittal, Peiner Träger and Corus part 2

Size: 0.72 MB | Format: PDF | Year: 2010 | pages: 119

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This design guide gives the design procedure for simple joints in multi-storey buildings according to the Eurocodes.
The guide covers different types of joints:
 Beam-to-beam and beam-to-column joints
 Partial depth flexible end plate
 Fin plate
 Double angle web cleats
 Column splices
 Column bases
Each design procedure is illustrated by a worked example, using the recommended values given in the Eurocodes.

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Size: 1.7 MB | Format: PDF | Year: 2010 | pages: 131

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This publication provides guidance on the design of trusses for single-storey buildings. The use of the truss form of construction allows buildings of all sizes and shapes to be constructed. The document explains that both 2D and 3D truss forms can be used. The 2D form of truss is essentially a beam and is used to supporting a building roof, spanning up to 120 metres for large industrial buildings. The 3D form of truss can be used to cover large areas without intermediate supports; this form is often used for large exhibition halls. The detailed guidance in this document relates mainly to 2D truss structures composed of rolled profiles but the principles are generally applicable to all forms of truss structure.

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Size: 0.3 MB | Format: PDF | Year: 2010 | pages: 41

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This guide covers the structural arrangements and the calculations for built-up columns fabricated from hot rolled sections. The calculations refer to the European Standard EN 1993-1-1, with complementary information where necessary. The design procedures of EN 1993-1-1 are presented to verify a built-up column with lacing or battening using simplified equations and formulas.
A worked example is given in Appendix A.

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Size: 0.41 MB | Format: PDF | Year: 2010 | pages: 37

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This document describes the member resistance calculator, created in Excel, for members in axial compression, in bending, in combined axial compression and bending and in tension, used in steel buildings. It explains the scope of the workbook and lists the National Annexes and languages that are supported in the workbook. A description is given of each of the worksheets and the input information on each sheet. A screenshot of typical output is presented.

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This publication provides guidance on selection of the building envelope for singlestorey buildings. The building envelope is generally formed of secondary steelwork (often cold-rolled steel members) and some form of cladding. In addition to providing a weathertight barrier, the envelope may also have to meet thermal, acoustic and fire performance requirements. In some arrangements, the building envelope may have an important structural role in restraining the primary steel frames.
The document describes the common forms of cladding for single storey buildings, and offers advice on how an appropriate system is specified. The document also describes the systems of secondary steelwork that support the cladding.

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