CISC Steel Expert Bob Shaw The new CSA S16:19 Design of steel structures introduces "Guidance for specifying third party inspection of steel structures" as an informative annex. [...]
A typical concentrically braced frame featuring X-bracing and subject to a lateral load "P" is illustrated in Figure 1. The compression brace (C) is susceptible to in-plane buckling, although out-of-plane [...]
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Engineers Corner: Calculate the Location of the Plastic Neutral Axis for an Asymmetrical Steel Section
Assumption: Top flange is in compression and bottom flange is in tension. Definitions: PNA: The plastic neutral axis is defined as the axis that divides the cross section such that [...]
Part 3 in the CISC Handbook of Steel Construction shows various configurations of beam-to-column moment connections designed to resist wind and gravity loads, along with detailed calculations. As illustrated [...]
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