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EC3 – ENV 1993
EC3 – ENV code check
Consulted articles
Effective cross-section properties for class 4 cross-section
Bending moment
Torsion check
Built-in beams
Compression members
Shear Buckling check
Shear buckling check for cold formed sections
Stability check for torsional buckling and torsional-flexural buckling
Bending and axial compression
Battened compression members
EC3 – ENV Fire Resistance
Supported sections
References
EC3 – EN 1993
EC3 – EN Code check
Material properties
Bending, shear and axial force
Combined bending and axial compression
Plate girders with sinusoidal corrugated webs
Moments on columns in simple construction
Scaffolding
EC3 – EN Fire Resistance
Fire actions effect Efi
Temperature analysis - Thermal actions
Steel Temperature
Calculation model
Code Check
EC3 – EN Cold-Formed
Initial Shape
Geometrical Proportions
Effective Shape
Notional widths
Section Checks
Shear Force
General Procedure
Stability Checks
Flexural Buckling
Use of Diaphragms
Special considerations for Purlins
DIN18800
DIN18800 Code check
Net area properties
Plastic interaction formula for RHS section
Plastic interaction formula for CHS section
Calculation of the buckling length
Torsional buckling
LTB Check
Combined flexion for check method 2
Effective area properties
Shear buckling check with buckling influence
Cold formed thin gauge members
ONORM B 4300
ONORM B 4300 Code check
NEN6770/6771 Code check
NEN6072 - Fire Resistance
Fire actions effect
Nominal temperature-time curve
AISC – ASD : 1989
AISC - ASD Code check
Classification of sections
Section properties
Buckling length
Flexural Torsional Buckling
Lateral-torsional buckling
Shear buckling check
AISC – LRFD : 2001
AISC - LRFD Code check
ANSI/AISC 360-05:2005
ANSI/AISC 360-05 Code check
AISI NAS S100-2007
AISI NAS S100-2007 Code check
Dimensional limits
Effective Widths
Properties of Sections
Tension Members
Flexural Members
Compression Members
Combined Compression and Bending
Order using Appendix 2
Lapped Purlin Design
CM66
CM66 Code check
Plastic coefficient
Factor kf
Combined flexion
CM66 - Additif 80
CM66 - Additif 80 Code check
BS5950-1:1990
BS5950-1:1990 Code Check
Slender cross-section
Bending, shear, axial force
Lateral torsional buckling
Compression member
BS5950-1:2000
BS5950-1:2000 Code Check
Net heat flux
GBJ 17-88
The GBJ 17-88 code check
Buckling curves
Local stability of compressed members
Korean steel code check
The Korean steel code check
Combined stresses
BSK 99
BSK 99 Code check
Effective cross-section properties for class 3 cross-section
Section check
Shear force ( shear buckling)
IS 800
IS:800 Code check
EAE code check
Calculation of buckling ratio
Introduction to the calculation of buckling ratio
Calculation buckling ratio – general formula
Calculation buckling ratios for crossing diagonals
Continuous compression diagonal, supported by continuous tension diagonal
Continuous compression diagonal, supported by pinned tension diagonal
Pinned compression diagonal, supported by continuous tension diagonal
Continuous compression diagonal, supported by continuous compression diagonal
Continuous compression diagonal, supported by pinned compression diagonal
Pinned compression diagonal, supported by continuous compression diagonal
Calculation of critical Euler force for VARH elements
Definitions
Calculation of the critical Euler force
Calculation buckling ratio for lattice tower members
Leg with symmetrical bracing
Leg with intermediate transverse support
Leg with staggered bracing
Single Bracing
Single Bracing with SBS (Secondary Bracing System)
Cross bracing
Cross bracing with SBS
K Bracing
Horizontal Bracing
Horizontal Bracing with SBS
Discontinuous Cross bracing with horizontal member
Calculation of buckling ratio – From Stability Analysis
Calculation of moment factors for LTB
Introduction to the calculation of moment factors
Calculation moment factors
Moment distribution generated by q load
Moment distribution generated by F load
Moment line with maximum at the start or at the end of the beam
LTBII: Lateral Torsional Buckling 2nd Order Analysis
Introduction to LTBII
Eigenvalue solution Mcr
Supported National Codes
Supported Sections
Loadings
Imperfections
Initial bow imperfection v0 for DIN and ONORM
Initial bow imperfection v0 for EC-EN and EAE
Initial bow imperfections v0 and w0 for other supported codes
LTB Restraints
Diaphragms
Linked Beams
Limitations and Warnings
Profile conditions for code check
Introduction to profile characteristics
Data for general section stability check
Data depending On the profile shape
I section
Angle section
Channel section
T section
Full rectangular section
Full circular section
Asymmetric I section
Z section
General cold formed section
Cold formed Angle section
Cold formed Channel section
Cold formed Z section
Cold formed C section
Cold formed Omega section
Cold formed C section eaves beam
Cold formed C Plus section
Cold formed ZED section
Cold formed ZED section asymmetric lips
Cold formed ZED section inclined lip
Cold formed Sigma section
Cold formed Sigma section stiffened
Cold formed Sigma Plus section
Cold formed Sigma section eaves beam
Cold formed Sigma Plus section eaves beam
Cold formed ZED section both lips inclined
Cold formed I-Plus section
Calculation of the direct stress due to warping
Calculation of the shear stress due to warping
Plastic Check
Standard diagrams for warping torque, bimoment and the St.Venant torsion
Torsion fixed ends, warping free ends, local torsional loading Mt
Torsion fixed ends, warping fixed ends, local torsional loading Mt
Decomposition of arbitrary torsion line
Decomposition for situation 1 and situation 3
Decomposition for situation 2
Check of numerical sections
Use of diaphragms
Adaptation of torsional constant
Section check for built-in beams (IFB, SFB, THQ sections)
Introduction
Reduction of plastic moment capacity due to plate bending
Torsion check due to unbalanced loading
Effective cross-section properties for compressed lattice tower angle members
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