29 August 2012

Lectures Steel Structures 2
September – October 2012
Week Day Date

Monday, Wednesday, Friday 1st and 2nd hour in room E



subjects No lectures, opening Academic Year



Monday 36 (1.1) Wednesday Friday Monday 37 (1.2) Wednesday Friday Monday 38 (1.3) Wednesday Friday Monday 39 (1.4) Wednesday Friday Monday 40 (1.5) Wednesday Friday Monday 41 (1.6) Wednesday Friday Monday 42 (1.7) Wednesday Friday Monday 43 (1.8)

3 September 5 September 7 September Bijlaard Bijlaard B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 G1 G2 G3 G4 G5 G6 W1 W2

Introduction, material properties, products fabrication, design and verification Analysis of cross sections Strength of beams and frames Stability of columns and frames Stability of frames Lateral stability of beams Stability of non-prismatic members, build up members and elastically supported members Welding, Calculation of welds Calculation of welds, bolts Calculation of bolted connections Bolted connections, Design of connections Design and analysis of connections Connections in frames Connections in frames Introduction: Development, properties and application of hollow sections Behaviour of connections in hollow sections (general)

1,2,3,4 5 6,7,8,9 10,11 11,12
Par. 2.6 Constr. A

10 September Bijlaard 12 September Bijlaard 14 September Bijlaard 17 September Bijlaard 19 September Gresnigt 21 September Gresnigt 24 September Gresnigt 26 September Gresnigt 28 September Gresnigt 1 October 3 October 5 October 8 October 10 October 12 October 15 October 17 October 19 October 22 October 24 October 26 October
2 November 31 January 2013

13, 14 14, 15 16 16,17 18,19 20 21,22 1,2,3 6,7 8 9,10 10,11,12 13

Gresnigt Wardenier Wardenier Wardenier Wardenier Wardenier Wardenier Wardenier Gresnigt Bijlaard

W3 Connections in circular hollow sections W4 Connections in rectangular hollow sections W5 W6 Connections between open sections and hollow sections Introduction to fatigue and fatigue behaviour of tubular structures

W7 Examples and questions (Lecture room F) G7 B7 Fire safety, Examples and questions Examples and questions No lectures - reserve No lectures - reserve
14.00 – 17.00 examination 14.00 – 17.00 re-examination


Wednesday Friday

(2.10) Thursday

1. 2.

3. 4.

All lectures will be in English language. Lecture materials Bijlaard and Gresnigt: CT3121 (CT4115) Staalconstructies 2 (plasticity, stability and connections – in Dutch) and chapters from books "Overspannend Staal". For English speaking students ESDEP lectures 11 and 4B for lectures on Connections and Fire (Gresnigt) and lectures 6 and 7, excluding stability of plates and shells for the lectures of Bijlaard. Lecture materials Wardenier: Hollow sections in structural applications (VSSD). More information is available on Blackboard, with PowerPoint presentations, chapters from books "Overspannend Staal", link to ESDEP lectures, example examinations.

Prof. ir. F.S.K. Bijlaard Prof. dr. ir. J. Wardenier Assoc. prof. ir. A.M. Gresnigt

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