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SYMBOLS
GLOSSARY
1. SCOPE
4.1. Loads and Load Combinations
4.2. Nominal Strength
5.2. Shop Drawings
5.3. Erection Drawings
6. MATERIALS
6.1. Material Specifications
6.3. Heavy Section CVN Requirements
7.1. Scope
7.2. Bolted Joints
7.3. Welded Joints
7.3a. General Requirements
7.3b. Demand Critical Welds
7.4. Protected Zone
8. MEMBERS
8.1. Scope
8.2a. Compact
8.2b. Seismically Compact
8.3. Column Strength
8.4. Column Splices
8.4a. General
8.5. Column Bases
8.5a Required Axial Strength
8.5b. Required Shear Strength
8.5c. Required Flexural Strength
8.6. H-Piles
8.6a. Design of H-Piles
8.6b. Battered H-Piles
8.6c. Tension in H-Piles
9.1. Scope
9.2. Beam-to-Column Connections
9.2a. Requirements
9.2b. Conformance Demonstration
9.2c. Welds
9.2d. Protected Zones
9.3a. Shear Strength
9.3b. Panel Zone Thickness
9.3c. Panel Zone Doubler Plates
9.4. Beam and Column Limi tations
9.4a. Width-Thickness Limitations
9.4b. Beam Flanges
9.5. Continuity Plates
9.6. Column-Beam Moment Ratio
9.7a. Braced Connections
9.7b. Unbraced Connections
9.8. Lateral Bracing of Beams
9.9. Column Splices
10.1. Scope
10.2. Beam-to-Column Connections
10.2a. Requirements
10.2b. Conformance Demonstration
10.2c. Welds
10.2d. Protected Zone
10.4. Beam and Column Limitations
10.4a. Width-Thickness Limitations
10.4b. Beam Flanges
10.5. Continuity Plates
10.8. Lateral Bracing of Beams
10.9. Column Splices
11.1. Scope
11.2. Beam-to-Column Connections
11.2c. Welds
11.4. Beam and Column Limitations
11.5. Continuity Plates
11.8. Lateral Bracing of Beams
11.9. Column Splices
12.1. Scope
12.2. Special Segment
12.5. Width-Thickness Limitations
12.6. Lateral Bracing
13.2. Members
13.2a. Slenderness
13.2b. Required Strength
13.2c. Lateral Force Distribution
13.2d. Width-Thickness Limitations
13.2e. Built-up Members
13.3a. Required Tensile Strength
13.3b. Required Flexural Strength
13.3c. Required Compressive Strength
13.4b. K-Type Bracing
13.5. Column Splices
13.6. Protected Zone
14.1. Scope
14.2. Bracing Members
14.3. Special Bracing Configuration Requirements
14.4. Bracing Connections
14.5. OCBF above Seismic Isolation Systems
14.5a. Bracing Members
14.5b. K-Type Bracing
14.5c. V-Type and Inverted-V-Type Bracing
15. ECCENTRICALLY BRACED FRAMES (EBF)
15.2a. Limitations
15.2b. Shear Strength
15.2c. Link Rotation Angle
15.3. Link Stiffeners
15.4. Link-to-Column Connections
15.5 . Lateral Bracing of Link
15.6. Dia gonal Brace and Beam Outside of Link
15.6a. Diagonal Brace
15.6b. Beam Outside Link
15.6c. Bracing Connections
15.7. Beam-to-Column Connections
15.8. Required Strength of Columns
15.9. Protected Zone
17.2. Webs
P1. SCOPE
P2. GENERAL REQUIREMENTS
P2.1. Basis for Prequalification
P2.2. Authority for Prequalification
P3. TESTING REQUIREMENTS
P4. PREQUALIFICATION VARIABLES
P5. DESIGN PROCEDURE
P6. PREQUALIFICATION RECORD
Q3. CONTRACTOR DOCUMENTS
Q4. QUALITY ASSURANCE AGENCY DOCUMENTS
Q5. INSPECTION POINTS AND FREQUENCIES
Q5.1. Visual Welding Inspection
Q5.2. Nondestructive Testing (NDT) of Welds
Q5.3. Inspection of Bolting
Q5.4. Other Inspections
R1. SCOPE
R2. SYMBOLS
R4. VALUES OF APPROXIMATE PERIOD PARAMETERS
S1. SCOPE
S2. SYMBOLS
S3. DEFINITIONS
S4. TEST SUBASSEMBLAGE REQUIREMENTS
S5. ESSENTIAL TEST VARIABLES
S5.1. Sources of Inelastic Rotation
S5.2. Size of Members
S5.3. Connection Details
S5.4. Continuity Plates
S5.5. Material Strength
S5.6. Welds
S5.7. Bolts
S6. LOADING HISTORY
S6.1. General Requirements
S6.2. Loading Sequence for Beam-to-Column Moment Connections
S6.3. Loading Sequence for Link-to-Column Connections
S7. INSTRUMENTATION
S8. MATERIALS TESTING REQUIREMENTS
S8.1. Tension Testing Requirements for Structural Steel
S8.2. Methods of Tension Testing for Structural Steel
S8.3 Weld Metal Testing Requirements
S9. TEST REPORTING REQUIREMENTS
S10. ACCEPTANCE CRITERIA
T1. SCOPE
T2. SYMBOLS
T3. DEFINITIONS
T4. SUBASSEMBLAGE TEST SPECIMEN
T5. BRACE TEST SPECIMEN
T5.1. Design of Brace Test Specimen
T5.2. Manufacture of Brace Test Specimen
T5.3. Similarity of Brace Test Specimen and Prototype
T5.4. Connection Details
T5.5. Materials
T5.6. Connections
T6.2. Test Control
T6.3. Loading Sequence
T7. INSTRUMENTATION
T8.2. Methods of Tension Testing
T9. TEST REPORTING REQUIREMENTS
T10. ACCEPTANCE CRITERIA
W1. SCOPE
W2.1. Structural Design Drawings and Specifications
W2.2. Shop Drawings
W2.3. Erection Drawings
W3. PERSONNEL
W3.1. QC Welding Inspectors
W3.2. QA Welding Inspectors
W3.3. Nondestructive Testing Technicians
W4. NONDESTRUCTIVE TESTING PROCEDURES
W4.1. Ultrasonic Testing
W4.2. Magnetic Particle Testing
W5. ADDITIONAL WELDING PROVISIONS
W5.1. Intermixed Filler Metals
W5.2. Filler Metal Diffusible Hydrogen
W5.3. Gas-Shielded Welding Processes
W5.4. Maximum Interpass Temperatures
W5.5. Weld Tabs
W5.6. Bottom Flange Welding Sequence
W6.1. Welding Processes
W6.2. Filler Metal Packaging
W6.3. Exposure Limitations on FCAW Electrodes
W6.4. Tack Welds
X1. SCOPE
X2. TEST CONDITIONS
X3. TEST SPECIMENS
X4. ACCEPTANCE CRITERIA
2. REFERENCED SPECIFICATIONS, CODES, AND STANDARDS
PART II – REFERENCED SPECIFICATIONS, CODES, AND STANDARDS
3. GENERAL SEISMIC DESIGN REQUIREMENTS
5. MATERIALS
5.1. Structural Steel
5.2. Concrete and Steel Reinforcement
6. COMPOSITE MEMBERS
6.1. Scope
6.2. Composite Floor and Roof Slabs
6.2a. Load Transfer
6.2b. Nominal Shear Strength
6.3. Composite Beams
6.4. Encased Composite Columns
6.4a. Ordinary Seismic System Requirements
6.4b. Intermediate Seismic System Requirements
6.4c. Special Seismic System Requirements
6.5. Filled Composite Columns
7. COMPOSITE CONNECTIONS
7.2. General Requirements
7.3. Nominal Strength of Connections
8.2. Columns
8.3. Composite Beams
8.4. Moment Connections
9. COMPOSITE SPECIAL MOMENT FRAMES (C-SMF)
9.2. Columns
9.3. Beams
9.4. Moment Connections
9.5. Column-Beam Moment Ratio
10.2. Columns
10.3. Beams
10.4. Moment Connections
17.2. Wall Elements
17.3. Boundary Members
17.4. Openings
19. QUALITY ASSURANCE PLAN
C1. SCOPE
C2. REFERENCED SPECIFICATIONS, CODES, AND STANDARDS
C3. GENERAL SEISMIC DESIGN REQUIREMENTS
C4. LOADS, LOAD COMBINATIONS, AND NOMINAL STRENGTHS
C5.1 Structural Design Drawings and Specifications
C6. MATE RIALS
C6.1. Material Specifications
C6.3. Heavy Section CVN Requirements
C7. CONNECTIONS, JOINTS, AND FASTENERS
C7.1. Scope
C7.2. Bolted Joints
C7.3. Welded Joints
C7.4. Protected Zone
C7.5. Continuity Plates and Stiffeners
C8. MEMBERS
C8.2. Classification of Sections for Local Buckling
C8.3. Column Strength
C8.4. Column Splices
C8.4a. General
C8.5c. Required Flexural Strength
C8.6. H-Piles
C8.6a. Design of H-Piles
C8.6b. Battered H-Piles
C8.6c. Tension in H-Piles
C9. SPECIAL MOMENT FRAMES (SMF)
C9.1. Scope
C9.2. Beam-to-Column Connections
C9.2a. Requirements
C9.2b. Conformance Demonstration
C9.4. Beam and Column Limitations
C9.5. Continuity Plates
C9.6. Column-Beam Moment Ratio
C9.7. Lateral Bracing at Beam-to-Column Connections
C9.7a. Braced Connections
C9.7b. Unbraced Connections
C9.8. Lateral Bracing of Beams
C9.9 Column Splices
C10. INTERMEDIATE MOMENT FRAMES (IMF)
C10.1. Scope
C10.2. Beam-to-Column Connections
C10.2b. Conformance Demonstration
C10.2d. Protected Zone
C10.4. Beam and Column Limitations
C10.4a. Width-Thickness Limitations
C10.4b. Beam Flanges
C10.5. Continuity Plates
C10.8. Lateral Bracing of Beams
C11. ORDINARY MOMENT FRAMES (OMF)
C11.1. Scope
C11.2. Beam-to-Column Connections
C11.2a. Requirements: FR Moment Connections
C11.2b. Requirements: PR Moment Connections
C11.5. Continuity Plates
C12. SPECIAL TRUSS MOMENT FRAMES (STMF)
C12.1. Scope
C12.2. Special Segment
C12.3. Strength of Special Segment Members
C12.4. Strength of Non-Special Segment Members
C12.5. Width-Thickness Limitations
C12.6. Lateral Bracing
C13. SPECIAL CONCENTRICALLY BRACED FRAMES (SCBF)
C13.1. Scope
C13.2. Members
C13.2a. Slenderness
C13.2b. Required Strength
C13.2c. Lateral Force Distribution
C13.2d. Width-Thickness Limitations
C13.2e. Built-up Members
C13.3. Required Strength of Bracing Connections
C13.3a. Required Tensile Strength
C13.3b. Required Flexural Strength
C13.4. Special Bracing Configuration Requirements
C13.4a. V-Type and Inverted V-Type Bracing
C13.4b. K-Type Bracing
C13.5. Column Splices
C13.6. Protected Zone
C14. ORDINARY CONCENTRICALLY BRACED FRAMES (OCBF)
C14.1. Scope
C14.2. Bracing Members
C14.3. Special Bracing Configuration Requirements
C14.4. Bracing Connections
C14.5. OCBF above Seismic Isolation Systems
C14.5a. Bracing Members
C14.5b. K-Type Bracing
C14.5c. V-Type and Inverted-V-Type Bracing
C15. ECCENTRICALLY BRACED FRAMES (EBF)
C15.1. Scope
C15.2. Links
C15.3. Link Stiffeners
C15.4. Link-to-Column Connections
C15.6. Diagonal Brace and Beam Outside of Links
C15.7. Beam-to-Column Connections
C15.8. Required Strength of Columns
C16. BUCKLING-RESTRAINED BRACED FRAMES (BRBF)
C16.1. Scope
C16.2. Bracing Members
C16.2a. Steel Core
C16.2b. Buckling-Restraining System
C16.2c. Testing
C16.2d. Adjusted Brace Strength
C16.3. Bracing Connections
C16.4. Special Requirements Related to Bracing Configuration
C16.5. Beams and Columns
C17. SPECIAL PLATE SHEAR WALLS (SPSW)
C17.1. Scope
C17.2. Webs
C17.2a. Shear Strength
C17.2b. Panel Aspect Ratio
C17.2c. Openings in Webs
C17.3. Connections of Webs to Boundary Elements
C17.4. Horizontal and Vertical Boundary Elements
C17.4a. Required Strength
C17.4c. Width-Thickness Limitations
C17.4d. Lateral Bracing
C17.4f. Panel Zones
C17.4g. Stiffness of Vertical Boundary Elements
C18. QUALITY ASSURANCE PLAN
CP1. SCOPE
CP2. GENERAL REQUIREMENTS
CP2.1. Basis for Prequalification
CP2.2. Authority for Prequalification
CP3. TESTING REQUIREMENTS
CP4. PREQUALIFICATION VARIABLES
CP5. DESIGN PROCEDURE
CP6. PREQUALIFICATION RECORD
CQ1. SCOPE
CQ2. INSPECTION AND NONDESTRUCTIVE TESTING PERSONNEL
CQ3. CONTRACTOR DOCUMENTS
CQ4. QUALITY ASSURANCE AGENCY DOCUMENTS
CQ4.1. Visual Welding Inspection
CQ4.2. Nondestructive Testing (NDT) of Welds
CS1. SCOPE
CS3. DEFINITIONS
CS4. TEST SUBASSEMBLAGE REQUIREMENTS
CS5. ESSENTIAL TEST VARIABLES
CS5.1. Sources of Inelastic Rotation
CS5.2. Size of Members
CS5.5. Material Strength
CS5.6. Welds
CS6. LOADING HISTORY
CS8. MATERIALS TESTING REQUIREMENTS
CS10. ACCEPTANCE CRITERIA
CT1. SCOPE
CT2. SYMBOLS
CT3. DEFINITIONS
CT4. SUBASSEMBLAGE TEST SPECIMEN
CT5. BRACE TEST SPECIMEN
CT5.4. Connection Details
CT5.5. Materials
CT5.6. Connections
CT6. LOADING HISTORY
CT6.3. Loading Sequence
CT8. MATERIALS TESTING REQUIREMENTS
CT10. ACCEPTANCE CRITERIA
CW1. SCOPE
CW3. PERSONNEL
CW3.1. QC Welding Inspectors
CW3.2. QA Welding Inspectors
CW3.3. Nondestructive Testing Technicians
CW4. NONDESTRUCTIVE TESTING PROCEDURES
CW5. ADDITIONAL WELDING PROVISIONS
CW5.1. Intermixed Filler Metals
CW5.2. Filler Metal Diffusible Hydrogen
CW5.3. Gas-Shielded Welding Processes
CW5.4. Maximum Interpass Temperatures
CW5.5. Weld Tabs
CW5.6. Bottom Flange Welding Sequence
CW6.1. Welding Processes
CW6.2. Filler Metal Packaging
CW6.3. Exposure Limitations on FCAW Electrodes
CW6.4. Tack Welds
C2. REFERENCED SPECIFICATIONS, CODES, AND STANDARDS
C3. GENERAL SEISMIC DESIGN REQUIREMENTS
C4. LOADS, LOAD COMBINATIONS, AND NOMINAL STRENGTHS
C5. MATERIALS
C6. COMPOSITE MEMBERS
C6.1. Scope
C6.2. Composite Floor and Roof Slabs
C6.3. Composite Beams
C6.4. Encased Composite Columns
C6.4a. Ordinary Seismic System Requirements
C6.4b. Intermediate Seismic System Requirements
C6.4c. Special Seismic System Requirements
C6.5. Filled Composite Columns
C7. COMPOSITE CONNECTIONS
C7.2 General Requirements
C7.3. Nominal Strength of Connections
C9. COMPOSITE SPECIAL MOMENT FRAMES (C-SMF)
C9.2. Columns
C9.3. Beams
C9.4. Moment Connections
C10. COMPOSITE INTERMEDIATE MOMENT FRAMES (C-IMF)
C11. COMPOSITE ORDINARY MOMENT FRAMES (C-OMF)
C13. COMPOSITE ORDINARY BRACED FRAMES (C-OBF)
C14. COMPOSITE ECCENTRICALLY BRACED FRAMES (C-EBF)
C17. COMPOSITE STEEL PLATE SHEAR WALLS (C-SPW)
C19. QUALITY ASSURANCE PLAN
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