European Commission
STEEL RESEARCH
European Commission
Final report
1997
EUR 16839 EN
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SIMPLIFIED VERSION OF EIIROCODE 3 FOR USUAL BUILDINGS. ECSC Agreement 7210SA/513 Summary The aim of the following E.C.S.C. research is to elaborate a simple but complete document to design commonly used buildings in steel construction. This document is completely based on Eurocode 3 and each paragraph is totally conform to Eurocode 3. Only the design formulas necessary to design braced or nonsway buildings are taken into account in this document. Tall buildings (skyscrapers) and halls are not treated. The designers and steel constructors are able to calculate and erect a commonly used steel building with this design handbook. Therefore also the important load cases from Eurocode 1 will be included in this document. The working group of the research project was constituted of 10 European engineering offices. Firstly that working group has carried out different examples of calculation of braced or nonsway buildings according to Eurocode 3 Part 1.1: check of existing steel structures and design of new steel buildings. Afterwards thanks to those examples of calculation the needed design formulas of Eurocode 3 was highlighted and general procedure of design was determined. The design handbook "Simplified version of Eurocode 3" is based on that experience. The link of the working group to the drafting panel of Eurocode 3 was guaranteed by the Professor Sedlacek of Aachen University. Liaison has been ensured with both other E.C.S.C. research projects nr SA/312 and nr S A/419 also dealing with Eurocode 3: respectively, "Application software of Eurocode 3: EC3tools" (CTICM, France) and "Design handbook for sway buildings" (CSMItaly).
VERSION SIMPLIFIEE DE L'EUROCODE 3 POUR LES BATIMENTS COURANTS Agrment CECA 7210SA/513 Sommaire Le but de cette recherche est d'laborer un document simple mais complet pour calculer des btiments courants en construction mtallique. Ce document est entirement bas sur l'Eurocode 3 et chaque paragraphe est totalement conforme VEurocode 3. Il n'a t pris en compte que les formules ncessaires au calcul de btiments contrevents et rigides. Les btiments trs lancs (gratteciel) et les halls industriels n'y sont pas traits. Les bureaux d'tudes et constructeurs mtalliques devront tre capables de calculer et d'riger un btiment courant en acier avec ce manuel de dimensionnement. Les cas de charges le plus importants issus de l'Eurocode 1 seront galement inclus dans ce document. Le groupe de travail du projet de recherche tait constitu de 10 bureaux d'tudes europens. En premire partie ce groupe de travail a effectu diffrents exemples de calculs de btiments contrevents et rigides conformment l'Eurocode 3 Partie 1.1: vrification de structures en acier dj existantes et dimensionnement de nouveaux btiments en acier. Grce ces exemples concrets de calcul, les formules de l'Eurocode 3 utiles au dimensionnement ont t mises en vidence et une procdure gnrale de dimensionnement a t dtermine. Le manuel de dimensionnement "Version simplifie de l'Eurocode 3" se base sur cette exprience. La jonction entre le groupe de travail et le groupe de rdaction de l'Eurocode 3 a t faite par le professeur Sedlacek de l'Universit d'AixLaChapelle. Une collaboration a t assure avec deux autres projets de recherche CECA N SA/312 et N SA/419 qui concernent aussi l'Eurocode 3: respectivement, "Logiciel d'application de l'Eurocode 3: EC3Tools" (CTICM, France) et "Manuel de dimensionnement de btiments souples ( nuds dplaables)" (CSM, Italie)
VEREINFACHTE VERSION DES EUROCODE 3 FR BLICHE GEBUDE. EGKS Zulassung7210SA/513 Zusammenfassung Dieses EGKS Forschungsprojekt hat zum Ziel, ein einfaches aber vollstndiges Dokument fr allgemeine (bliche) Stahlbaubemessung auszuarbeiten. Dieses Dokument ist vllig auf Eurocode 3 basiert und jeder Paragraph pat genau zu Eurocode 3. Nur die Bemessungsformeln, die notwendig sind fr ausgesteifte oder unverschiebliche Tragwerke , werden bercksichtigt. Hochhuser (Wolkenkratzen) oder Hallen werden nicht behandelt. Die Ingenieurbros und Stahlkonstrukteuren haben die Mglichkeit mit diesem DesignHandbuch einen einfachen Stahlbau zu berechnen und zu bauen. Dafr sind die wichtigsten Lastflle von Eurocode 1 in diesem Dokument beinhaltet. Die Arbeitsgruppe des Forschungssprojekt bestand aus 10 europischen Ingenieurbros. Die Arbeitsgruppe hat, im ersten Teil dieses Forschungsvorhabens, verschiedene Berechnungsbeispiele mit ausgesteiften oder unverschieblichen Tragwerken nach Eurocode 3 Teil 1.1 durchgefhlt : BerechnungsNachweis einer existierenden Stahlstruktur und Dimensionierung eines neuen Stahlbaus. Anschlieend an diese konkreten Beispiele, wurden die benutzten Bemessungsformeln nach Eurocode 3 hervorgehoben und ein allgemeines Bemessungsverfahren wurde festgelegt. Das DesignHandbuch "Vereinfachte Version des Eurocode 3" basiert auf dieser Erfahrung. Die Verbindung zwischen der Arbeitsgruppe und dem technischen Komitee wurde von Professor Sedlacek der Aachener Universitt hergestellt. Eine Zusammenarbeit bestand mit zwei anderen EGKS Forschungesprojekten N SA/312 und N SA/419, die auch Eurocode 3 behandeln : "Application software of Eurocode 3: EC3tools" (CTICM, France) und "Design handbook for sway buildings" (CSMItaly).
Contents
Summary Sommaire Zusammenfassung Contents 1. Introduction 2. Working group 3. Part 1 : Worked examples 3.1. Exercise 1 : Verification of an existing braced or nonsway structure 3.2. Exercise 2: Verification of a nonsway wind bracing in a building 3.3. Exercise 3: Design of a braced or nonsway structure 4. Part 2 : Design handbook FIGURES (Ito 8 ) APPENDICES List of symbols List of tables List of (6 pages) (3 pages) (1 page) 15 23 29 32 33 3 4 5 7 9 10 11
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flowcharts
"Design handbook according to Eurocode 3 for braced or nonsway steel buildings" (short title : "EC3 for nonsway buildings") (196 pages)
1. Introduction The research was divided into different parts:  in the first part worked examples of braced or nonsway structures has been carried out by European engineering offices according to Eurocode 3 and Eurocode 1. Different contacts have been taken with different engineering offices in Europe and professional organisations (E.C.C.S. and C.T.I.C.M.). The working group of this research project has been constituted with 10 engineering offices.  in the second part the needed formulae for simple design of braced or nonsway structures have been selected thanks to the exercises about check and design of steel buildings. The design handbook has been elaborated on the basis of that experience. The present final report of this research project presents the design handbook called "Design handbook according to Eurocode 3 for braced or nonsway steel buildings" (short title : "EC3for nonsway buildings").
2. Working group The research project was fully managed and carried out by ProfilARBEDResearch (RPS Department), with the active support of the following working group which is particularly thanked for the fruitful collaboration :  the following 10 engineering offices which were involved to perform 3 worked examples : Reference Number 2 3 4 6 7 9 10 13 14 16 Engineering office Adem Bureau Delta Varendonck Groep / Steelrrack Ramboll & Hanneman Bureau Veritas Socotec Sofresid Danieli Ingegneria Schroeder & Associs D3BN City Mons Lige Gent Copenhagen Courbevoie SaintQuentinYvelines Montreuil Livorno Luxembourg Nieuwegein Country Belgium Belgium Belgium Denmark France France France Italy Luxemburg The Netherlands
 Professor Sedlacek and assistant from Aachen University (Germany) which guaranteed the link of this working group to the drafting panel of Eurocode 3 and Eurocode 1,  some other engineering offices which participated to the meetings of the full working group : Reference number 5 12 18 19 Engineering office Verdeyen & Moenart Associate Partner Ingenieur gruppe Bauen Ove Arup & Partners ECCSTCll City Bruxelles Karlsruhe London Kiel Country Belgium Germany United Kingdom Germany
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some members of CTICM (France) and SIDERCAD (Italy) involved in complementary research projects about simplified approaches of Eurocode 3 (respectively, "Application software of Eurocode 3 : EC3tools" and "Design handbook for sway buildings") : . which participated to the meetings of the full working group, . and with which a general flowchart (FC1) about elastic global analysis of steel frame according to EC3 has been established.
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3.2. Exercise 2: Verification of a nonsway wind bracing in a building The nonsway wind bracing consisted of a latticed steel structure. The flowchart of figure 2 gives the procedure of the verification of this wind bracing. This exercise was also not an iterative process. The description of the present flowchart (figure 2) is the same than in the first example presented in the chapter 3.1 (figure 1).
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In general, for the design of buildings we need to :  define the analysis model of frames (assumptions of plane frames, bracing systems, connections, members,...)  characterise the load arrangements and load cases,  carry out the elastic global analysis of frames in order to determine the effects of actions : . deformations (), vibrations (f) for Serviceability Limit States (SLS) and, . internal forces and moments (N, V, M) for Ultimate Limit States (ULS).  check the members at SLS (vertical and horizontal displacements, eigenfrequencies) and at ULS (resistance of crosssections, stability of members and stability of webs) for : . members in tens on (braces,...) . members in compression (columns,...) . members in bending (beams,...) . members with combined axial load force and bending moment (beamcolumns,...)  check the local effects of transverse forces on webs at ULS (resistance and stability of webs),  check the connections at SLS and at ULS. Especially for members to be checked at ULS specific tables are given in the concerned chapters of the handbook, with list of checks according to different types of loading (separate or combined internal forces and moments : N, V, M). The design handbook which is enclosed to this final report of the research project, intends to be a design aid in supplement to the complete document Eurocode 3  Part 1.1 in order to facilitate the use of Eurocode 3 for the design of such steel structures which are usual in common practice : braced or nonsway steel structures. Although the present design handbook has been carefully established and intends to be selfsufficient it does not substitute in any case for the complete document Eurocode 3  Part 1.1, which should be consulted in conjunction with the NAD, in case of doubt or need for clarification. All references to Eurocode 3  Part 1.1 which appear systematically, are made in [...]. Any other text, tables or figures not quoted from Eurocode 3 are considered to satisfy the rules specified in Eurocode 3  Part 1.1. The lists of all symbols, tables and flowcharts included in the "Design Handbook" are enclosed to the present appendices.
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1. conceptional rype of structure different braced non sway structures <, 20 storeys
2. occupancies types of occupancy
: Classification nonsway: Vsd / VCT <, 0.1 braced: h 0.2 ^ Basis of design. Imposed loads on floor and roofs
ware house office building industrial hall 3.shape shape of the building
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4. structural concept structural model Geometric dimensions Nonstructural elements Load bearing structure Joints Profiles Floor structure Material properties 5. action effects determination of the action effects (global and local) elastic or plastic model SLS ULS
6. dimensioning and verification SLS limits ULS limits Frame stability deformations vibrations Static equilibrium Resistance of cross section
tension compreiion bending moment
 abear transverse farces c a webs
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 bending montent vid hear bending momtia and axial force  bending moment, sbear and axial force  ine ar boe kl mg
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EC 3: Classification nonsway :VSd / VCT <, 0.1 1 s t order theory EC 1: Basis of design, vertical loading m Horizontal loading Vertical f orces from gravity loads, imposed loads, snow and wind loads Horizontal forces from wind, imperfections
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2. occupancies part of an office building 3. shape position in the building locations from load introduction and con nections from floors, roofs, claddings etc. 4. structural concept structural model Geometric dimensions Nonstructural elements Joints Profiles
Material properties
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determination of the action effects (global and local) elastic or plastic model SLS ULS
EC 1: Load cases EC 3: Load combinations EC 3: Imperfections EC 3: Modelling depending on b / 1 classification 1 s t order analysis
6. dirnehsioning and verification SLS limits ULS limits deformations Frame stability vibrations Static equilibrium Resistance of cross section
 tension  compression bending moment  shear  bending moment and shear  bending moment and axial force  bending moment, shear and axial force  transverse forces on webs shear buckling
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Connection
joints baae of columns
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1. conceptional type of structure Braced non sway structure (defined) 2. occupancies types of occupancy (defined)  office building 3. shape shape of the building (defined)
4. structural concept structural model Geometric dimensions (defined) Nonstructural elements (not defined) Load bearing structure (not defined) Type of joints (defined) Profiles ( not defined) 7. optimisation of the weight Floor structure (not defined) Material properties (not defined) 5. action effects determination of the action effects (global and local) elastic or plastic model SLS 6. dimensioning and SLS limits deformations vibrations Profiles:  max 3 different profiles for the columns Type of joints:  hinged or rigid connections Steel: FeE 235 or FeE 355 or FeE 460 grades
ULS
verification ULS limits Frame stability Static equilibrium Resistance of cross section
compression and axial force abear and axial force  sbear bedding
Connection
joints
 base of columns
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plane view
lift
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X Y storeys Joints n= (m) (m) Adem 1 30 10 5 Rigid Rambll, Hannemann & Hjlund 2 30 10 15 Rigid Veritas 3 50 14 10 Hinged Socotec 4 50 14 15 Hinged Sofresid 5 50 18 20 Rigid Danieli 6 50 18 15 Hinged Exercise 3 : Type of building to be designed Figure 4
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1. Conceptional type of structure. 1.1. nonsway > Chapter 5.2.5.2 1.2. braced > Chapter 5.2.5.3 1.3 storeys 2. Occupancies. 2.1. Type of building, (category,...) 2.2. Imposed loads on floors and roof (p and P) > Chapter EC 1, part 2.4: Imposed load 3, Shape, 3.1. Wind loads fw) > Chapter EC1 Part 2.7: Wind loads. 3.2. Snow loads (s) > Chapter EC1 Part 2.5: Snow loads. 4. Structural concept. 4.1. Structural model. 4.2. Geometric dimensions. 4.3. Non structural elements. 4.4. Load bearing structure. 4.5. Joints. 4.6. Profiles. 4.7. Floor structure. 4.8. Material properties. 5. Action effects. 5.1. Load cases. > EC1. permanent loads: g and G variable loads: q and Q: imposed loads: and (presentparagraph 2.2.)  wind loads: w (presentparagraph 3.1.)  snow loads: s (presentparagraph 32.) 5.2. Load combinations. > EC3. SLS: > Chapter 2.3.4 clause (5), formulae (2.17) and (2.18) ULS: > Chapter 2.3.3.1 clause (5), formulae (2.11) and (2.12) 5.3. Imperfections. > EC3. Frame : > Chapter 5.2.4.3 clause (1) formula (5.2) Bracing system: > Chapter 5.2.4.4 clause (1) formulae (5.3) and (5.4) [Members : > Chapter 5.2.4.2. clause (4) formula (5.1)7 5.4. Elastic or plastic model > EC3: Chapter 5.3: classification of crosssections (b/t ratios). Flange: > table 5.3.1 (sheet 3) Web: > table 5.3.1 (sheet 1) > Chapter 5.4.6 clause (7) shear buckling => (presentparagraph 72.9 ) Section: > Chapter 5.3.4 for elastic global analysis > Chapter 5.3.3 for plastic global analysis Figure 5
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Eurocode 3 Formulae References 6. Verification SLS. > Chapter 4 6.1. Global analysis. > beams, portal f rames,structural frames Calculation for  > bracing system vertical and horizontal 6.2. Deformations. 6.3. Vibrations. 7. Verification ULS. 7.1. Global analysis. > Chapter 4.2.2 clause (1) vertical table 4.1, figure 4.1 clause (4) horizontal > Chapter 4.3. (ECCSpublication n65: table4.4;... ;
= > internal forces: , and V  Elastic analysis > Chapter 5.2.1.3  Plastic analysis > Chapter 5.2.1.4  1st or 2nd order analysis (present paragraph 1.1 ) 7.2. Resistance of crosssections. > Chapter 5.4 7.2.1. tension. > Chapter 5.4.3 clause (1) formula (5.13) 7.2.2. compression.^ Chapter 5.4.4 clause (1) formula (5.16) 7.2.3. bending moment.> Chapter 5.4.5 > Chapter 5.4.5.1 clause (1) formula (5.17) clause (2) formula (5.18) f > Chapter 5.4.5.3 clause(l) formula(5.19) => A v n e t > 2 ,i
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(remark: y m factors should be ignored) 7.2.4. shear. > Chapter 5.4.6 clause (1) formula (5.20) clause (2): Ayz Avy: ECCS publication n65: table 5.14 clause (8) formula (5.21) clause (9) 7.2.5. bending and shear. > Chapter 5.4.7 clause (2) clause (3) a), b) formula (5.22) for crosssections with unequal flanges: M S d <L M V j R d = Mf>Rd + (Mp 1>Rd Mf >Rd )1 VSd 1 'pl,Rd ^Mc,Rd
7.2.6. bending and axial force. Class 1 and 2 crosssections: > Chapter 5.4.8.1 clause (3) clause (4) formulae (5.25) and (5.26) clause (11) formula (5.35) Class 3 crosssections: > Chapter 5.4.8.2 clause (1) formula (5.37) 7.2.7. bending, shear and axial force. > Chapter 5.4,9 clause (2) clause (3) > biaxial bending: (ECCS publication 65: tables 5.15 and 5.16) Figure 6
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ca DIR ce Cf Cpe cr ct
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CTEM
designation of a buckling curve throat thickness of filllet weld geometrical data of the effects of actions geometrical data for the resistance design throat thickness for submerged arc welding designation of a buckling curve distance between fastener holes and edge accidental action; area of building loaded by external pressure of wind; area of gross crosssection effective area of class 4 crosssection effective area of class 4 crosssection subject to uniform compression (single N x .sd) effective area of class 4 crosssection subject to uniaxial bending (single My.sd or single M z .sd) net area of crosssection reference area for C f (wind force) tensile stress area of bolt shear area of crosssection effective shear area for resistance to block shear shear area of crosssection according to yy axis shear area f crosssection according to zz axis designation of a buckling curve; flange width; building width effective breadth design punching shear resistance of the bolt head and the nut designation of a buckling curve; out stand distance altitude factor for reference wind velocity dynamic factor for wind force direction factor for reference wind velocity exposure coefficient for wind pressure and wind force wind force coefficient external pressure coefficient for wind pressure roughness coefficient for determination of c e topography coefficient for determination of c e temporary (seasonal) factor for reference wind velocity nominal value related to the design effect of actions factors for determination of F v jyc factors for determination of MC T designation of a buckling curve; web depth bolt diameter mean diameter of inscribed and circumscribed circles of bolt head or nut hole diameter shift of relevant centroidal axis of the class 4 effective crosssection subject to uniform compression (single N x .sd) shift of the y centroidal axis of the class 4 effective crosssection subject to uniform compression shift of the centroidal axis of the class 4 effective crosssection subject to uniform compression shift of relevant centroidal axis of the class 4 effective crosssection subject to uniaxial bending (single My.Sd or single Mz.Sd) equivalent initial bow imperfection design value of equivalent initial bow imperfection
distance between hole fastener and edge modulus of elasticity or Young Modulus; effect of actions at SLS European Convention for Constructional Steelwork European Community of Steel and Coal
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EC 1 EC 3 EC 8 Ed Ek fd fe fmin fu fub f, b fyb fyw F, Fi, F2 FC FbUd FbJUc Fd Ffr Fh.sd Fk Fp.Rd Fsd Fsk FsHd Fs.Rd.ser Fs.Rk Ft.Rd Ft .Rk Ft.sd FvRd FvRk Fv.sd Fv.sd.ser Fw Fw.Rk Fw.sd g G Gd Gk h ho H i I Ieff It Iw Iz k k kur k<y kw ky, kz
List of symbols (2/6) Eurocode 1 (/l/) Eurocode 3 (/2/) Eurocode 8 (/3/) design value of the effect of action characteristic value of effects of actions at SLS design natural frequency natural frequency recommended limit of natural frequency ultimate tensile strength nominal value of ultimate tensile strength for bolt yield strength basic yield strength of the flat steel material before cold forming nominal value of yield strength for bolt yield strength of the web action (load, transverse force, imposed deformations,...) flowchart design bearing resistance per bolt characteristic value of bearing resistance per bolt design value of action friction force force on bolt calculted from Msd and/or Fbjtd characteristic value of action design punching shear resistance per bolt design transverse force applied on web through the flange characteristic value of transverse force design slip resistance per bolt at the ultimate limit state design slip resistance per bolt at the serviceability limit state caracteristic slipresistance per bolt and per friction interface design tension resistance per bolt characteristic value of tension resistance per bolt design tensile force per bolt for the ultimate limit state design shear resistance per bolt characteristic value of shear resistance per bolt and per shear plane design shear force per bolt for the ultimate limit state design shear force per bolt for the serviceability limit state resultant wind force characteristic value of resistance force of fillet weld design force of fillet weld distributed permanent action; dead load permanent action design permanent action characteristic value of permanent action overall depth of crosssection; storey height; building height overall height of structure total horizontal load radius of gyration about relevant axis using the properties of gross crosssection second moment of area A second moment of effective area Aeff (class 4 crosssection) torsional constant warping constant second moment of area about zz axis subscript meaning characteristic (unfactored) value effective length factor factor for lateraltorsional buckling with NM interaction buckling factor for outstand flanges effective length factor for warping end condition factors for NM interaction
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Nxsd
NpCRd
List of symbols (3/6) roughness factor of the terrain portion of a member effective length for outofplane bending system length; span length; weld length buckling length of member lateraltorsional buckling distance between extreme fastener holes mass per unit length maximum minimum bending moment design resistance moment for lateraltorsional buckling elastic critical moment for lateraltorsional buckling design resistance moment of the crosssection torsional moment elastic moment capacity design plastic resistance moment of the crosssection consisting of the flanges only reduced design plastic resistance moment allowing for axial force reduced design plastic resistance moment allowing for axial force and by shear force V reduced design plastic resistance moment about yy axis allowing for axial force and shear force V reduced design plastic resistance moment about zz axis allowing for axial force and shear force V reduced design plastic resistance moment about yy axis allowing for axial force reduced design plastic resistance moment about zz axis axial force plastic moment capacity design plastic resistance moment of the crosssection design plastic resistance moment of the web design plastic resistance moment of the crosssection about yy axis design plastic resistance moment of the crosssection about zz axis design bending moment resistance of the member design bending moment applied to the member design plastic resistance moment reduced by shear force design value of moment applied to the web bending moment about yy axis design bending moment about yy axis applied to the member bending moment about zz axis design bending moment about zz axis applied to the member number of fastener holes on the block shear failure path number of columns in plane number of members to be restrained by the bracing system number of storeys normal force; axial load National Application Document design buckling resistance of the member design buckling resistance of the member according to yy axis design buckling resistance of the member according to zz axis normal force in compression elastic critical axial force design compression resistance of the crosssection design value of tensile force applied perpendicular to the fillet weld design plastic resistance of the gross crosssection
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NRd Nsd
NLRd rN tension
r R
Qd Qk Vkmax
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t tf tp tp tw
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Vref Vref.O
VbaJld Ver V//Sd Vj.sd VpRd VpiyJld Vp z Jld vRd Vsd Vy Vy.Sd
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List of symbols (4/6) design resistance for tension or compression member design value of tensile force or compressive force design tension resistance of the crosssection normal force in tension design ultimate resistance of the net crosssection at holes for fasteners design internal axial force applied to member according to xx axis distances between bolt holes Point load imposed variable distributed load characteristic value of imposed variable distributed load reference mean wind pressure imposed variable point load design variable action characteristic value of imposed variable point load variable action which causes the largest effect radius of root fillet rolled sections design crippling resistance of the web design buckling resistance of the web design resistance of the member subject to internal forces or moment characteristic value of Rd design crushing resistance of the web snow load thickness of fillet weld design snow load characteristic value of the snow load on the ground length of stiff bearing effects of actions at ULS design value of an internal force or moment applied to the member characteristic value of effects of actions at ULS Serviceability Limit states design thickness, nominal thickness of element, material thickness flange thickness thickness of the plate under the bolt head or the nut thickness of a plate welded to an unstiffened flange web thickness major axis Ultimate Limit States minor axis reference wind velocity basic value of the reference wind velocity shear force; total vertical load design shear buckling resistance elastic critical value of the total vertical load design value of shear force applied parallel to the fillet weld design value of shear force applied perpendicular to the fillet weld design shear plastic resistance of crosssection design shear plastic resistance of crosssection according to yy axis (// to web) design shear plastic resistance of crosssection according to zz axis (_L to flange) design shear resistance of the member design shear force applied to the member; design value of the total vertical load shear forces applied parallel to yy axis design shear force applied to the member parallel to yy axis shear force parallel to zz axis design internal shear forces applied to the member parallel to zz axis wind pressure on a surface
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Wd we W Weff Weff.y Weff.z Wef Wey Wez Wpi Wpy WpZ x, xx Xk y, yy z, zz Ze 2u aa PA M Ml/r My w w YF YG YM
YMb 7Ms.ser TMW YMO YMI YM2 YQ Ob 5d 6dv
List of symbols (5/6) design wind load wind pressure on external surface welded sections elastic section modulus of effective class 4 crosssection elastic section modulus of effective class 4 crosssection according to yy axis elastic section modulus of effective class 4 crosssection according to zz axis elastic section modulus of class 3 crosssection elastic section modulus of class 3 crosssection according to yy axis elastic section modulus of class 3 crosssection according to zz axis plastic section modulus of class 1 or 2 crosssection plastic section modulus of class 1 or 2 crosssection according to yy axis plastic section modulus of class 1 or 2 crosssection according to zz axis axis along the member characteristic value of the material properties principal axis of cross section (parallel to flanges, in general) principal axis of cross section (parallel to the web, in general) reference height for evaluation of c e Oreek symbols coefficient of frequency of the basis mode vibration coefficient of linear thermal expansion factor to determine the position of the neutral axis coefficient of critical amplification or coefficient of remoteness of critical state of the frame nondimensional coefficient for buckling equivalent uniform moment factor for flexural buckling equivalent uniform moment factor for lateraltorsional buckling equivalent uniform moment factor for flexural buckling about yy axis equivalent uniform moment factor for flexural buckling about zz axis nondimensional coefficient for lateraltorsional buckling correlation factor (for a fillet weld) partial safety factor for force or for action partial safety factor for permanent action partial safety factor for the resistance at ULS
partial safety factor for the resistance of bolted connections partial safety factor for the slip resistance of preloaded bolts partial safety factor for the resistance of welded connections partial safety factor for resistance at ULS of class 1,2 or 3 crosssections (plasticity or yielding) partial safety factor for resistance of class 4 crosssections (local buckling resistance) partial safety factor for the resistance of member to buckling partial safety factor for the resistance of net section at bolt holes partial safety factor for variable action relative horizontal displacement of top and bottom of a storey horizontal displacement of the braced frame design deflection design vertical deflection of floors, b e a m s , . . .
d OHmax
design horizontal deflection of frames recommended limit of horizontal deflection in plane deflection of the bracing system due to q plus any external loads
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\, vd Vmax 2
List of symbols (6/6) deflection due to variable load (q) horizontal displacement of the unbraced frame design vertical deflection of floors, beams,... recommended limit of vertical deflection precamber (hogging) of the beam in the unloaded state (state 0) svariation of the deflection of the beam due to permanent loads (G) immediatly after loading (state 1) variation of the deflection of the beam due to the variable loading (Q) (state 2) displacement 235 (with fy in N/mm2) rotation slenderness of the member for the relevant buckling mode Euler slenderness for buckling nondimensional slenderness ratio of the member for buckling effective nondimensional slenderness of the member for buckling about w axis effective nondimensional slenderness of the member for buckling about yy axis effective nondimensional slenderness of the member for buckling about zz axis nondimensional slenderness ratio of the member for lateraltorsional buckling plate slenderness ratio for class 4 effective crosssections nondimensional slenderness of the member for buckling about vv axis non dimensional slenderness ratio of the member for buckling about yy axis non dimensional slenderness ratio of the member for buckling about zz axis factor for FsjRk depending on surface class snow load shape coefficient factor for NM interaction with lateraltorsional buckling factor for NM interaction factor for NM interaction density reduction factor due to shear force Vsa reduction factor due to shear force Vy.sd reduction factor due to shear force Vz.sd normal stress
. .y . XLT y Hi , py pz
^zd
Gq numerical values for the stabilizing forces of a bracing system GxEd, <*xm.Ed design values of normal stresses for web check with Von Mises criteria shear stresss Poisson's ratio initial sway imperfection of the frame reduction factor for the relevant buckling mode reduction factor for lateraltorsional buckling minimum of %y and reduction factor for the relevant buckling mode about yy axis reduction factor for the relevant buckling mode about zz axis
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SYMBOLS AND NOTATIONS Dimensions and axes of rolled steel sections INTRODUCTION Summary of design requirements Partial safety factor for the resistance Definition of framing for horizontal loads Checks at Serviceability Limit States Member submitted to internal forces, moments and transverse forces Planes within internal forces, moments (Nsd> V$d, Msd) and transverses forces Fsd are acting Internal forces, moments and transverse forces to be checked at ULS for different types of loading List of references to chapters of the design handbook related to all check formulas at ULS STRUCTURAL CONCEPT OF THE BUILDING Typical types of joints Modelling of joints Comparison table of different steel grades designation Nominal values of yield strength f and ultimate tensile strength fu for structural steels to EN 10025 and EN 10113 Maximum thickness for statically loaded structural elements Maximum thickness for statically loaded structural elements Nominal values of yield strength fyb and ultimate tensile strength fub for bolts Material coefficient LOAD ARRANGEMENTS AND LOAD CASES Load arrangements (Ffc) for building design according to EC1 Imposed load (qk, Qk) on floors in buildings Pressures on surfaces Exposure coefficient c e as a function of height above ground External pressure Cpe for buildings depending on the size of the effected area A Reference height ZQ depending on h and b Combinations of actions for serviceability limit states Combinations of actions for ultimate limit states Examples for the application of the combinations rules in Table III.8. All actions (g, q, P, s, w) are considered to originate from different sources DESIGN OF BRACED OR NONSWAY FRAME Modelling of frame for analysis Modelling of connections Global imperfections of the frame Values for the initial sway imperfections Specific actions for braced or nonsway frames Recommended limits for horizontal deflections CLASSIFICATION OF CROSSSECTIONS Definition of the classification of crosssection Determinant dimensions of crosssections for classification Classification of crosssection : limiting widthto thickness ratios for class 1 & class 2 I crosssections submitted to different types of loading
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Table V.4 Table V.5 Table V.6 Table V.7 Table V.8 Table V.9 Table V.10 VI Table VI. 1 Table VI.2 Table VI.3 Table VI.4
List of tables (2/3) Pages of the Handbook Classification of crosssection : limiting widthto thickness ratios for 114 class 3 I crosssections submitted to different types of loading Buckling factor k<y for outs tan d flanges 115 Classification of crosssection : limiting widthtothickness ratios for internal flange elements submitted to different types of loading 116 Classification of crosssection : limiting widthtothickness ratios for angles tubular sections submitted to different types of loading 117 Effective crosssectional data for symmetrical profiles (class 4 crosssections) 118 Limiting values of axial load Nsd for web classification of I crosssections subject to axial load Nsd and to bending according to major axis My.sd 119 120 Examples of shift of centroidal axis of effective crosssection MEMBERS IN TENSION (Ntension) List of checks to be performed at ULS for the member in tension (Ntension) 124 125 Gross and net crosssections 126 Reduction factors 2 and 3 127 Connection of angles MEMBERS IN COMPRESSION (NCOmpression) List of checks to be performed at ULS for the member in compression (NCOmp.) Imperfection factor Value of Euler slenderness Selection of buckling curve for a crosssection Buckling length of column : LD Reduction factors = () MEMBERS IN BENDING (V ; M ;( V,M)) List of checks to be performed at ULS for the member in bending according to the applied internal forces and/or moments(V ; M ;( V,M)) Recommended limiting values for vertical deflections Vertical deflections to be considered Recommended limiting values for floor vibrations Shear area A v for crosssections Determination of Av.net for block shear resistance Limiting widthtothickness ratio related to the shear buckling in web Simple postcritical shear strength xDa Buckling factor for shear k t Reduction factor %LT = f () for lateraltorsional buckling Effective length factors : k, kw Numerical values for Ci and definition of Reduced design plastic resistance moment My Rd allowing for shear force Interaction of shear buckling resistance and moment resistance with the simple postcritical method MEMBERS WITH COMBINED AXIAL FORCE AND BENDING MOMENT ((N, M) ;(N, V, M)) List of checks to be performed at ULS for the member submitted to combined axial force and bending moment (, M) Principle of interaction formulas between axial force Nsd and bending moment Msd Reduced design plastic resistance moment MN.Rd allowing for axial load for Class 1 or 2 crosssections
vn
Table Vn.l Table Vfl.2 Table Vfl.3 Table VH.4 Table Vfl.5 Table VH.6
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Table Vm.l Table vm.2 Table Vni.3 Table Vm.4 Table vm.5 Table vm.6 Table vm.7 Table Vffl.8 Table Vin.9 Table Vm. 10 Table Vm. 11 Table Vm. 12 Table VIfl.13 Table Vm. 14 EX Table DC. 1 Table DC.2 Table K . 3
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Table X.l Table X.2 Table X.3 Table X.4 Table X.5 Table X.6 Table X.7 Table X.8 Table X.9 XI Table XI. 1 Table XI.2 Table XI.3 Table XI.4 Table XI.5 Table XI.6 Table XI.7 Table XI.8 Table XI.9 Table XI. 10 Table XI. 11 Table XI. 12 Table XL 13 Table XL 14 Table XL 15 Table XL 16 XII Table .1 Table .2 Table .3 Table .4 Table D.l
List of tables (3/3) Pages of the Handb ' Interaction formulas for the (N,M) stability check of members of Class 1 or 2 175 Interaction formulas for the (NM) stability check of members of Class 3 176 General interaction formulas for the (N,M) stability check of members of Class 4 177 Supplementary interaction formulas for the (N,M) stability check of members of Class 4 178 Reduced design resistance Ny.Rd allowing for shear force 179 Reduced design plastic resistance moment MN.VJM allowing for axial load and shear force for Class 1 or 2 crosssections 181 TRANSVERSE FORCES ON WEBS (F ; (F,N,V,M)) Failure modes due to load introduction 187 Stresses in web panel due to bending moment, axial force and transverse force 188 Yield criteria to be satisfied by the web 189 Load introduction 190 Length of stiff bearing, s s 190 Interaction formula of crippling resistance and moment resistance 191 Effective breadth beff for web buckling resistance 192 Compression flange buckling in plane of the web 1*93 Maximum widthtothickness ratio d/tw 193 CONNECTIONS Designation of distances between bolts 196 Linear distribution of loads between fasteners 196 Possible plastic distribution of loads between fasteners. Any realistic combination could be used, e.g. 197 Prying forces 197 Categories of bolted connections 198 Bearing resistance per bolt for recommended detailing for t = 10 mm in [kN] 199 Shear resistance per bolt and shear plane in [kN] 200 200 Long joints 201 Tension resistance per bolt in [kN] 201 Interaction formula of shear resistance and tension resistance of bolts Characteristic sup resistance per bolt and friction interface for 8.8 and 10. bolts, where the holes in all the plies have standard nominal clearances 202 Common types of welded joints 203 204 Throat thickness 204 Action effects in fillet welds 205 Resistance of a fillet weld 206 Effective breadth of an unstiffened tee joint DESIGN OF BRACING SYSTEM Load arrangements of the bracing system 216 Bracing system imperfections 218 Values for the equivalent stabilizing force Zq 218 Bracing system imperfections (examples) 219 APPENDK D List of references to Eurocode 3 Part 1.1 related to all check formulas at ULS 221
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Chapter Pages Elastic global analysis of steel frames according to Eurocode 3 General Details Comments (6 pages) I I m 14 15 16 to 21 38
[FC 3.1] Load arrangements & load cases for general global analysis of the structure [FC 3.2J Load arrangements & load cases for first order elastic global analysis of the structure (FCM)Elastic global analysis of braced or nonsway steel frames according to EC 3 General Details Comments (4 pages) FC 5. l Classification of I crosssection (FC 5.2J Calculation of effective crosssection properties of Class 4 crosssection (FC6.) (FC 6.11 Members in tension (Ntension)
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0.a
PRELIMINARIES
0.a.2 0.a.3 O.a.4 0.a.5
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Foreword Generalities Objective of this design handbook Warning How to read this design handbook Acknowledgements References
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O.c Symbols and notations O.c.l Symbols O.c.2 Convention for member axes 0.C.3 Dimensions and axes of rolled steel sections 0.C.4 Notations in flowcharts O.d Definitions and units O.d.1 Definition of special terms 0.d.2 Units La Basis of design I.a.1 Fundamental requirements I.a.2 Definitions I.a.2.1 Limit states I.a.2.2 Actions I.a.2.3 Material properties I.a.3 Design requirements I.a.3.1 General I.a.3.2 Serviceability Limit States I.a.3.3 Ultimate Limit States Lb General flowcharts about elastic global analysis I.b.l Flowchart FC LElastic global analysis of steel frames according to EC 3 Lb. 1.1 Flowchart FC 1: general I.b.1.2 Flowchart FC 1: details I. b. 1.3 Comments on flowchart FC 1 Le Content of the design handbook I.c.1 Scope of the handbook I.C.2 Definition of the braced frames and nonsway frames I.C.3 Summary of the table of contents I.C.4 Checks at Serviceability Limit States I.C.5 Checks of members at Ultimate Limit States
INTRODUCTION
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STRUCTURAL CONCEPT OF THE BUILDING 69
n.a Structural model 69 n.b Geometric dimensions 69 n.c Non structural elements 69 n.d Load bearing structure 69 n.e Joints ? 0 n.f Profiles 'Jl U.g Floor structure 7 U.h Material properties 72 n.h. 1 Nominal values for hot rolled steel 7~ n.h.2 Fracture toughness n.h.3 Connecting devices \? 75 n.h.3.1 Bolts U.h.3.2 Welding consumables 76 n.h.4 Design values of material coefficients 76
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V CLASSIFICATION OF CROSSSECTIONS
V.a Generalities V.b Definition of the crosssections classification V.c Criteria of the crosssections classification V.c. 1 Classification of compression elements of crosssections V.C.2 Classification of crosssections V.c.3 Properties of class 4 effective crosssections V.d Procedures of crosssections classification for different loadings V.d. 1 Classification of crosssections in compression V.d.2 Classification of crosssection in bending V.d. 3 Classification of crosssections in combined (N,M) VI M E M B E R S IN TENSION (Ntension) Vl.a Generalities VLb General verifications at ULS Vl.b. 1 Resistance of gross crosssection to Ntension VI.b.2 Resistance of net crosssection to Ntension VLc Particular verifications at ULS for angles connected by one leg VI.c. 1 Connection with a single row of bolts VI.C.2 Connection by welding M E M B E R S IN COMPRESSION (NCOnipression) Vn.a Generalities VILb Classification of crosssections VII.c General verifications at ULS Vn.c.l Resistance of crosssection to Ncompression VII.C.2 Stability of member to Ncompression Vn.c.2.1 Resistance to flexural buckling Vn.c.2.2 Resistance to torsionnal buckting and to flexuraltorsional buckling VILd Particular verifications at ULS for class 4 monosymmetrical crosssection VILd. 1 Resistance of crosssection to Ncompression VII.d.2 Stability of member to Ncompression VILe Particular verifications at ULS for angle connected by one leg VILe. 1 Connection with a single row of bolts Vn.e. 1.1 Resistance of crosssection to NCOmpression Vn.e. 1.2 Stability of member to Ncompression VII.e.2 Connection by welding Vn.e.2.1 Resistance of crosssection to Ncompression Vn.e.2.2 Stability of member to NCOmpression
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VHLa Generalities VHLb Verifications at SLS Vm.b.l Deflections Vin.b.2 Dynamic effects  vibrations VIII.c Classification of crosssection VIILd Verifications at ULS to shear force Vsd Vin.d. 1 Resistance of crosssection to Vsd VIII.d.2 Stability of web to Vz.sd Vin.e Verifications at ULS to bending moment Msd Vin.e. 1 Resistance of crosssection to Msd Vm.e.2 Stability of member to My.sd Vin.f Verifications at ULS to biaxial bending moment (My.sd> Mz.sd) Vin.f. 1 Resistance of crosssection to (My.sd, Mz.sd) Vm.f.2 Stability of member to (My.sd, Mz.sd)
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Vm.g Verifications at ULS to combined (Vsd, Msd) Vrn.g.1 Resistance of crosssection to (Vsd. Msd) Vin.g. 1.1 Shear force Vsd and uniaxial bending Msd Vin.g. 1.2 Shear force Vsd and biaxial bending moment Msd Vm.g.2 Stability of web to (Vz.Sd,My.Sd) Di.a Generalities K.b Verifications at SLS LX.b.l Deflections LX.b.2 Vibrations DC.c Classification of crosssection DCd Verifications at ULS to (N,M) LX.d. 1 Resistance of crosssection to (Nsd, Msd) LX.d. 1.1 Uniaxial bending of class 1 or 2 crosssections LX.d. 1.2 Biaxial bending of class 1 or 2 crosssections LX.d. 1.3 Bending of class 3 crosssections LX.d. 1.4 Bending of class 4 crosssections LX.d.2 Stability of member to (Nsd,Msd) K.d.2.1 Stability of member to (Ntension My.sd) LX.d.2.2 Stability of member to (Ncompression* Msd) DC.e Verifications at ULS for (N$d ,Vsd) LX.e.l Resistance of crosssection to (Nsd.Vsd) JX.f Verifications at ULS to (Nsd ,Vsd,Msd) LX.f.l Resistance of crosssection to (Nsd>Vsd>Msd) LX.f. 1.1 Uniaxial bending of class 1 or 2 crosssection LX.f. 1.2 Biaxial bending of class 1 or 2 crosssection LX.f. 1.3 Bending of class 3 crosssection LX.f. 1.4 Bending of class 4 crosssection LX.f.2 Stability of web to (Nx.Sd, Vz.Sd, My.Sd) X.a Generalities X.b Classification of crosssection X.c Resistance of webs to (F,N,V,M) X.C.1 Yield criterion to (F,N,V,M) X.c.2 Crushing resistance to F X.d Stability of webs to (F ; (F, M)) X.d.l Crippling resistance to (F;(F, M)) X.d. 1.1 Crippling resistance to F X.d. 1.2 Crippling resistance to (F,M) X.d.2 Buckling resistance to F X.e Stability of webs to compression flange buckling XLa Generalities XI.b Bolted connections XLb. 1 Positioning of holes XI.b.2 Distribution of forces between bolts XI.b.3 Prying forces XI.b.4 Categories of bolted connections XI.b.5 Design ULS resistance of bolts XI.b.5.1 Bearing resistance XI.b.5.2 Shear resistance XI.b.5.2.1 General case
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MEMBERS WITH COMBINED AXIAL FORCE AND BENDING MOMENT ((N, M) ; (N, V; M))
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XI.b.5.2.2 Long joints XI.b.5.3 Tension resistance XI.b.5.4 Punching shear resistance XI.b.5.5 Shear and tension interaction XI.b.6 ULS resistance of element with bolt holes XI.b.6.1 Net section ULS resistance XI.b.6.2 ULS resistance of angle with a single row of bolt XI.b.6.3 Block shear ULS resistance XI.b.7 High strength bolts in slipresistant connections at SLS XI.c Welded connections XI.c. 1 Type of weld XI.C.2 Fillet weld XI.C.3 Design resistance of fillet weld XI.C.3.1 Throat thickness XI.c.3.2 Design resistance XI.C.4 Design resistance of butt weld XI.c. 5 Joints to unstiffened flanges Xl.d Pin connections XI.e Beamtocolumn connections Xl.f Design of column bases
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XILa Generalities XILa. 1 Flowchart FC 12:Elastic global analysis of bracing system according to EC 3 XILa. 1.1 Flowchart FC 12: general XD.a.1.2 Flowchart FC 12: details XILa. 1.3 Comments on flowchart FC 12 Xll.b Static equilibrium XII.c Load arrangements and load cases XII.c.l Generalities XII.C.2 Global imperfections of the bracing system XILd Bracing system stability XILe First order elastic global analysis XILf Verifications at SLS Xll.g Verifications at ULS Xll.g. 1 Classification of the bracing system Xll.g. 1.1 Nonsway bracing system XII.g.2 ULS checks
List of symbols List of tables List of flowcharts List of references to Eurocode 3 Part 1.1 related to all check formulas at ULS
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PRELIMINARIES
O.a 0a.l Foreword Generalities
(1) The Eurocodes are being prepared to harmonize design procedures between countries which are members of CEN (European Committee for Standardization). (2) Eurocode 3  Part 1.1 "Design of Steel Structures General Rules and Rules for Buildings' has been published initially as an ENV document (European prestandard  a prospective European Standard for provisional application). (3) The national authorities of the members states have issued National Application Documents (NAD) to make Eurocode 3  Part 1.1 operative whilst it has ENVstatus (ENV 199311). 0.a.2 Objective of this design handbook
(1) The present publication is intended to be a design aid in supplement to the complete document Eurocode 3  Part 1.1 in order to facilitate the use of Eurocode 3 for the design of such steel structures which are usual in common practice : braced or nonsway steel structures. (2) Therefore, the "Design handbook according to Eurocode 3 for braced or nonsway steel buildings" presents the main design formulas and rules extracted from Eurocode 3  Part 1.1, which are needed to deal with :  elastic global analysis of buildings and similar structures in steel,  checks of structural members and connections at limit states,  in case of braced or nonsway structures,  according to the european standard Eurocode 3  Part 1.1 (ENV 199311). 0a.3 Warning
(1) Although the present design handbook has been carefully established and intends to be selfsufficient it does not substitute in any case for the complete document Eurocode 3 Part 1.1, which should be consulted in conjunction with the NAD, in case of doubt or need for clarification. (2) All references to Eurocode 3  Part 1.1 are made in [...]. (3) Any other text, tables or figures not quoted from Eurocode 3 are considered to satisfy the rules specified in Eurocode 3  Part 1.1.
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O.a.4 How to read this design handbook (1) Example of numbering of chapters and paragraphs : VIE . a . 1 . 2 (2) Layout of pages : EC 3 for nonsway buildings  VI Members in tension
Page 68
concerned chapter
(3) In the left column of each page (Ref.): references to Eurocode 3 are always included between brackets [...]; the other references are specified without brackets; the word "form." means "formula" (4) References to Eurocode 3 are also given in the text between brackets [...] O.a. 5 Acknowledgements
(1) Particular thanks for fruitful collaboration are addressed to: . 15 engineering offices : Adem (Belgium), Bureau Delta (Belgium), Varendonck Groep/Steeltrak (Belgium), VM Associate Partner (Belgium), Rambll, Hannemann & Hjlund (Denmark), Bureau Veritas (France), Socotec (France), Sofresid (France), CPU Ingenieurbro (Germany), IGBIngenieurgrappe Bauen (Germany), Danieli Ingegneria (Italy), Schroeder & Associs (Luxemburg), D3BN (the Netherlands), Ove Arup & Partners (United Kingdom), ECCS / TC 11 (Germany), . RWTH : Steel Construction Department from Aachen University with Professor SEDLACEK G. and GROTMANN D., . SIDERCAD (Italy) with MM. BANDINIM. and CATTANEO F., . CnCM (France) with MM. CHABROLIN B., GALEA Y. and BUREAU A. (2) Grateful thanks are also expressed to : . the ECSC which supported this work in the scope of the european research n P2724(contract n 7210  SA/513), . the F6 executive committee which has followed and advised the working group of the research, . anyone who has contributed to the work: MM. CONAN Yves, MAUER Thierry, GERARDY LC.
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O.b
References
 in the left column of each page (Ref.): references to Eurocode 3 are always included between brackets [...]; the other references are specified without brackets.  references to Eurocode 3 are also given in the text between brackets [...]  the reference "i" given in this chapter is designated in the text by IM. / l / Eurocode 1, draft version, Basis of Design and Actions on Structures (Parts 1, 2.2,2.4, 2.5,2.7, 10) C (E 1) HI Eurocode 3, ENV 199311, Design of steel structures Part 1.1 General rules and rules for Buildings (EC 3) 131 Eurocode 8, draft version, Design of structures for earthquake resistance (EC8) 141 EC C S technical publication n65, Essentials of Eurocode 3 Design Manual for Steel Structures in Building, 1991, First Edition 151 Practical exercises showing applications of design formulas of Eurocode 3 : ECCS technical publication n71, Examples to Eurocode 3,1993, First Edition 161 "Design handbook for sway buildings", from Sidercad (Italy) I Software for the check of main formulas in Eurocode 3:"EC 3 tools" (available for PC computer, Windows 3.1), from CT1CM (France) /8/ Eurocode 3 Background Document 5.03 : "Evaluation of test results on columns, beams and beamcolumns with crosssectional classes 1  3 in order to obtain strength functions and suitable model factors", April 1989. 191 Paper "Application de l'Eurocode 3 : classement des sections transversales en I", by Bureau A. and Galea Y., (CTICM), Construction mtallique, n 11991.
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Symbols
(1) See Appendix A for a list of symbols used in this design handbook. Those symbols are conform to Eurocode 3. Q.C.2 Convention for member axes
[1.6.7]
(1) For steel members, the conventions used for crosssection axes are: xx along the member . generally: yy crosssection axis parallel to the flanges zz crosssection axis perpendicular to the flanges or parallel to the web . for angle sections: yy axis parallel to the smaller leg zz axis perpendicular to the smaller leg . where necessary: uu major axis (where this does not coincide with the yy axis) vv minor axis (where this does not coincide with the zz axis) (2) The convention used for subscripts which indicate axes for moments is: "Use the axis about which the moment acts." (3) For example, for an Isection a moment acting in the plane of the web is denoted M y because it acts about the crosssection axis parallel to the flanges. 0.C.3 Dimensions and axes of rolled steel sections
(1) "asymmetrical" (I and D ) and "monosymmetrical" ( [, and L) rolled steel sections are shown in table 0.1.
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Notations in flowcharts
(1) AU the flowcharts appearing in the present design handbook should be read according to the following rules : reading from the top to the bottom, in general the references to Eurocode 3 are given in [...] "n.f" means that the checks are not fulfilled and that stronger sections or joints have to be selected. convention for flowcharts: (FC ) Title Flowchart number (x)
,___L__,
[ Assumption j Action: determination, calculation,
<
^ Z 7 o ^ o , y ^ otherflowchax,number(y) yes 1 the dotted line ( ) means that path has to be followed through the box
(^ Results J
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Table 0.1
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1 =tf
ttf y Htw
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O.d
iLdJ
[14.2 (i)]
(1) The following terms are used in Part 1.1 of Eurocode 3 with the following meanings:
ilniiS kN, kN/ m , kN/ m 2 : kg/m3 : kN/ m 3 : N/mm2 (=MN/ m 2 or MPa) kNm.
(1) For calculations the following units are recommended in accordance with ISO 1000: Forces and loads Unit mass Unit weight Stresses and strengths Moments (bending....)
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I INTRODUCTION
La Basis of design
(1) The table 1.1 summarizes this chapter La providing the practical principles of design requirements. Details and explanations are given in the following subchapters I.a.l to I.a.3. I.a.l [2.1 (l)] Fundamental requirements
(1) A structure shall be designed and constructed in such a way that: . with acceptable probability, it will remain fit for the use for which it is required, having due to regard to its intended live and its cost, and . with appropriate degrees of reliability, it will sustain all actions and influences likely to occur during execution (i.e. the construction period) and use (i.e. the service period) and have adequate durability in relation to maintenance costs. (2) A structure shall also be designed in such a way that it will not be damaged by events like explosions, impact or consequences of human errors, to an extent disproportionate to the original cause. (3) The above requirements shall be met by the choice of suitable materials, by appropriate design and detailing and by specifying control procedures for production, construction and use as relevant for the particular project. I.a.2 I.a.2.1 Definitions Limit states
[2.1 (2)]
[2.1 (4)]
(1) Eurocode 3 is a limit state design code in which principles and rules are given for the verification of: . Serviceability Limit States (SLS) and, . Ultimate Limit States (ULS). [2.2.1.1 (l)] (2) The limit states are states beyond which the structure no longer satisfies the design performance requirements. (3) These limit states are referred to physical phenomena as for instance: [2.2.1.1 (6)] a) for SLS, problems which may limit the serviceability because of: . deformations or deflections which adversely affect the appearance of effective use of the structure (including the proper functioning of machines or services) or cause damage to finishes or nonstructural elements, . vibration which causes discomfort to people, damage to the building or its contents, or which limits its functional effectiveness. [2.2.1.1 (4)] b) for ULS, problems which may endanger the safety of people and thus be regarded as ultimate limit because of: . loss of equilibrium of structure or any part of it, considered as a rigid body, . failure by excessive deformation, rupture, or loss of stability of the structure or any part of it, including supports and foundations.
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Actions
(1) Details about actions are provided in Eurocode 1 [2.2.2.1 (i)] (2) An action (F) is: . a force (load) applied to the structure (direct action), or . an imposed deformation (indirect action); for example, temperatures effects or differential settlement. [2.2.2.1 (2)] (3) Actions (F) are classified as: . permanent actions (G), e.g. selfweight of structures, fittings, ancillaries and fixed equipment . variable actions (Q), e.g. imposed loads (q), wind loads (w) or snow loads (s) . accidental actions (A), e.g. explosions or impact from vehicles. [2.2.2.2 (l)] (4) Characteristic values F^ of actions are specified: . in Eurocode 1 or other relevant loading codes, or . by client, or the designer in consultation with the client, provided that the minimum provisions specified in the relevant loading codes or by the competent authority are observed. [2.2.2.4(1)] (5) The design (factored) values Fd of an action (for instance Gd, Q<u Wd, Sd) is expressed in general terms as: [form. (2.1)] F d =YpFk where F k is the characteristic (unfactored) value of action. YF is the partial safety factor for the action considered  taking into account of, for example, the possibility of unfavourable deviations of the actions, the possibility of inaccurate modelling of the actions, uncertainties in the assessment of effects of actions and uncertainties in the assessment of the limit state considered (the values of are given in chapter : YG (permanent actions), YQ (variable actions),...).
[2.2.2.5]
(6) The combinations of actions respectively for ULS and for SLS are given in chapter . (7) Design values of the effects of actions: The effects of actions (E) are responses (for example, internal forces and moments (Nsd. Vsd Msd), stresses, strains, deflections, rotations) of the structure to the actions. Design values of the effects of actions (Ed) are determined from the design values of the actions, geometrical data (ad) and material properties when relevant: Ed = E(Fd>ad,...) I.a.2 3 Material properties (1) characteristic values of material properties: Material properties for steel structures are generally represented by nominal values used as characteristic values (unfactored) (Xk) (2) design values of material properties: For steel structures, the design (factored) resistance Rd (for example, design resistance for tension (NRd), buckling (NRd), shear (VRd) , bending (MRd)) is generally determined directly from the characteristic (unfactored) values of the material properties (Xk) and geometrical data (a^): R d =R(X k a k ,. ) / where YM is the partial safety factor for the resistance(the different YM factors are explicitly introduced in the design formulas and their values are given in table 1.2)
[form. (2.2)]
[form. (2.3)]
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Design requirements
r.a.3.1 General (1) It shall be verified that no relevant limit state is exceeded (2) All relevant design situations and load cases shall be considered. (3) Possible deviations from the assumed directions or positions of actions shall be considered. (4) Calculations shall be performed using appropriate design models (supplemented, if necessary, by tests) involving all relevant variables. The models shall be sufficiently precise to predict the structural behaviour, commensurate with the standard of workmanship likely to be achieved, and with the reliability of the information on which the design is based.
I.a.3 2 Serviceability Limit States [2.3.4 (l )] (1 ) It shall be verified that: [form. (2.13)] Ed^Cd or E d < R d is the design effect of actions, determined on the basis of one of the combinations defined below, Cd is a nominal value or a function of certain properties of materials related to the design effect of actions considered. (2) Practical checks of SLS (see chapter I.b.3) in floors and frames for instance:
( g Vd> S Hd) ^ (5vma*> S Hmax) f d ^ f min
where
Ed
is the design vertical deflection of floors (recommended limits oVmax = L/250 ) is the design horizontal deflection of frames Hd (recommended limits ,^ = h/300 ) is the design natural frequency of floors fd (recommended limits fmin = 3 Hz,...) I,a,3,3 Ultimate Limit States [2.3.2.1 (2)] (1) When considering a limit state of rupture or excessive deformation of a section, member or connection (fatigue excluded) it shall be verified that: where vd
[form. (2.7)]
Sd^Rd Sd is the design value of an internal force or moment (or of a respective vector of several internal forces or moments) Rd is the corresponding design resistance, associating all structural properties with the respective design values. (2) Practical checks of ULS (see chapter I.b.4) in members for instance: where (N S d ,V S d ,M S d )<(N R d ,V R d ,M R d ) condition concerning separate internal forces or moments or, interaction between them ((V,M), (, M),...) (Nsd. Vsd, Msd) are design internal forces and moments applied to the members, (NRd, VRd, MRd) are design resistance of the members.
where
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Table LI
11 frame submitted to SLS and ULS combinations of design actions Fd (G d , Qd, w d , s d ,...):
[form. (2.1)]
Fd=Y F Fk where F^ YF is the characteristic value of actions is the partial safety factor for the considered action (see chapter )
2) after global analysis of the frame: design effects of actions (e.g. deflections, frequencies) (for SLS): Ed H 5 d , fd) ) design values of internal forces and moments (for ULS): S d (=(Nsd, Vsd, M S d ) ) 3) verification conditions at limit states: for SLS checks (see chapter I.b.4):
[2.3.4(1)]
. in general: where
Cd
EH<C
is the nominal value related to the design effect of considered actions (design capacity). ( V d>5 Hd ) < (vmax'a H m a x
f d ^ f min
is the design vertical deflection of floors OVd is the design horizontal deflection of frames Hd is the design natural frequency of floors fd Vmax .8Hmaxfmin are recommended limits (for instance: L/250, h/300, 3
Hz
>
. in general: where Rd
[form. (2.3)]
Rd = Rk/YM where
Rk YM
is the characteristic value of the used material is the partial safety factor for the resistance (see table 1.2)
for instance:
(NSd,VSd>Msd)<;(NRd,VRd,MRd) condition concerning separate internal forces or moments or, interaction between them ((V,M), (N,M),..)
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Table 1.2
 the resistances of crosssections  the buckling resistance of members  and, the resistances of connections shall be determined with the following partial safety factors YM:  at Ultimate Limit States;  resistance of class 1,2 or 3 crosssection*) : (plasticity or yielding)  resistance of class 4 crosssection*) (local buckling)  resistance of members to buckling (global and local buckling)  resistance of net section at bolt holes :
YMI
M W
= YM2 = 1 . 2 5
Mb=1.25
YMW = 1'25
 resistance of welded connections  at Serviceability Limit States:  slip resistance of preloaded bolts Note 1 : Note 2:
Ms.ser ~~*>*
The different JM factors are explicitly introduced in 1 he design formulas. The yui factors are provided according to the official version of Eurocode 3. Those "boxed" values are only indicative. The value s of YM to be used in practice are fixed by the national authorities in each country and published in the relevant National Application Document (NAD)
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Lb
(1) Chapter Lb. 1 presents flowchart FC 1 about elastic global analysis of steel frames (in general) according to Eurocode 3. (2) Chapter IV.a.2 presents flowchart FC 4 about elastic global analysis of braced or nonsway steel frames according to Eurocode 3. (3) Chapter XILa. 1 presents flowchart FC 12 about elastic global analysis of bracing system according to Eurocode 3. Lb. 1 Flowchart FC 1 : Elastic global analysis of steel frames according to Eurocode 3
(1) The flowchart FC 1 aims to provide a general presentation of elastic global analysis of steel frames according to Eurocode 3. (2) The present design handbook only deals with the path of FC 1 elastic global analysis of braced or nonsway frames (presented in FC 4 in chapter IV). All the details are given in chapters to XI of the handbook. (3) The elastic global analysis of sway frames is out of the scope of the present design handbook; the assumptions of the elastic global analysis of sway frames are briefly presented  just for information  in the paths (D to (D of FC 1. (4) The flowchart FC 1 refers to flowchart FC 12 about elastic global analysis of bracing system according to Eurocode 3. The flowchart FC 12 and all the details about bracing system design are given in chapter . (5) The flowchart FC 1 is divided in 3 parts: Lb. 1.1 general part (1 page) Lb. 1.2 details (1 page) Lb. 1.3 comments (6 pages) Ib.1.1 Flowchart FC 1: cenerai see the following page
LJLLZ
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14
16
19
20
Flowchart
( FC l) : Elastic global analysis o Steel frames according to Eurocode 3 Determination of load arrangements (EC1 and EC 8) Load cases for SLS [2.3.4.] ~^l JT
(Details)
row:
Predesign of members^beams & columns => Sections^ with pinned and/or rigid connections ULS checks [Chap. 5] SLS checks [Chap. 4]
not fulfilled
notfulfilled
S.
. ,
:
Sway frame
1
> 0,5 [A.fy / NSd] 0 5 V T
v
[5.2.4.2.(4)]
FIRST
'ORDER ANALYSIS
SECOND
152.62.(2)]
[5.2.4.5.(2)]
I Sway mode L b )
0
Nonsway mode
:
a,
<5
Nonsway mode iL b
16
Checks of the outofplane stability: members and/or frame buckling [Chap. 5.5]
f
nf.
Checks of resistance of crosssections [Chap. 5.4] Checks of local effects (buckling and resistance of webs) [Chap. 5.6 and 5.7] Checks of connections [Chap. 6 and Annex J]
yi yi
>n
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I.b.l .3
Comments on flowchart FC 1
comments (1/6) on flowchart FC 1: * Generalities about Eurocode 3:  AU checks of (ULS) Ultimate Limit States and all checks of (SLS) Serviceability Limit States are necessary to be fulfilled.  According to the classification of crosssections at ULS (row 14; chapter V of the design handbook) Eurocode 3 allows to perform: . plastic global analysis of a structure only composed of class 1 crosssections when required rotations are not calculated [5.3.3 (4)] or, . elastic global analysis of a structure composed of class 1. 2. 3 or 4 crosssections assuming for ULS checks, either a plastic resistance of crosssections (class 1 and 2) or, an elastic resistance of the crosssections, without local buckling (class 3) or, with local buckling (class 4 with effective crosssection).  In order to determine the internal forces and moments (N. V. M) in a structure Eurocode 3 allows the use of different types of elastic global analysis either: a) first order analysis using the initial geometry of the structure or,
[5.2.1.2 (2)]
[5.2.1.2(1)]
b) second order analysis taking into account the influence of the deformation of the structure  First order analysis (row 11) may be used for the elastic global analysis in the following cases (types of frames): The first order elastic global analysis of the frame should take into account actions types of frames 1) braced frames &) the vertical loads the horizontal loads the global imperfections of the frame (row 7) the member imperfections (row 12)
(path)
2) nonsway frames (path ) 3) sway frames (c) (paths and )
[5.2.5.3 (3)]
X(b)
X X X X
Notes : (a) braced frames are frames which may be treated as fully supported laterally by a bracing system. (b) only the part of horizontal loads which are applied to the frame but not assumed to be transmitteii to the bracing system through the floors. (c) use of design methods which make indirect allowance for secondorder effects.
[5.2.5.3 (5)]
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 Second order analysis (row 11) may be used in all cases (types of frames) : The second order elastic global analysis of the frame should take into account the member the horizontal the global the vertical loads imperfections of the imperfections loads frame (row 7) (row 12) X X X X X X X X X
^v.
actions
X(a)
X
Notes : fa) members imperfections are introduced where necessarv. (b) the more complex possibility of second order global analysis of the frame (path ) could be conservative because it allows the bypass of the "sway or nonsway frame" classification and consequently :  either the first order analysis might be sufficient,  or, the introduction of member imperfections would not be necessary in all members. On the other hand, particular care shall be brought to the introduction of member imperfections ( eo,d) which would be imposed for the global analysis in the realistic directions corresponding to the deformations of the members for the failure mode of the frame; that failure mode of the frame is related to the combination of applied external loads; otherwise, with more favourable direction of member imperfections, the second order global analysis might overestimate the bearing capacity of the frame.  in the flowchart FC 1 from path to path (D (from left to right) the proposed methods for global analysis become more and more sophisticated.
* row 1: EC 1: Draft EC 3: ENV 199311 EC 8: Draft Eurocode 1 Basis of design and actions on structures Eurocode 3 Design of steel structures, Part 1.1: general rules and rules for buildings. Eurocode 8 Design of structures for earthquake resistance
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* row 3: This flowchart concerns structures using pinned and/or rigid joints. In the case of semirigid joints whose behaviour is between pinned and rigid joints, the designer shall take into account the momentrotation characteristics of the joints (moment resistance, rotational stiffness and rotation capacity) at each step of the design (predesign, global analysis, SLS and ULS checks). The semirigid joints should be designed according to chapter 6.9 and the Annex J of Eurocode 3.
[4.2.1 (5)]
row 4: For SLS checks, the deflections should be calculated making due allowance for any second order effects, the rotational stiffness of any semirigid joints and the possible occurrence of any plastic deformations. * row 6: braced frame unbraced frame
[5.2.5.3 (2)]
5 b <0,2 u The frame is braced if: where >: horizontal displacement of the frame with the bracing system u: horizontal displacement of the unbraced frame, according to first order elastic global analysis of the frame either with hypothetic horizontal loads or with each ULS load case. Note : in the case of simple frames with all beamcolumn nodes nominally pinned, the frame without bracing would be hypostatic, hence c\j is infinite and thus the condition 6b ^ 0,2 \ is always fulfilled.
[5.2.4.3]
* row 7: global imperfections of the frame initial sway imperfections of the frame F2
JMii
(Fi + F2) 2
(Fi + F2) 2
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* row 8:
A frame may be classified as nonsway if according to first order elastic global analysis of the frame for each ULS load case, one of the following criteria (see row 9) is satisfied: either, ai in general
[5.2.5.2 (3)] Sd _ cr
< 0,1 cr
aCT > 10
aCT : or,
[5.2.5.2(4)]
design value of the total vertical load elastic critical value of the total vertical load for failure in a sway mode ( = 2 / L2 with L, buckling length for a column in a sway mode; V cr of a column does not correspond necessarily to V cr of the frame including that column) coefficient of critical amplification or coefficient of remoteness of critical state of the frame
b) in case of building structures with beams connecting each columns at each storey level:
._.( 1  2 )
h.^H h.(H 1 + H 2 )
< 0,1
where H, V: : h: H, V,
total horizontal and vertical reactions at the bottom of the storey. relative horizontal displacement of top and bottom of the storey, height of the storey. are deduced from a first order analysis of the frame submitted to both horizontal and vertical design loads and to the global imperfections of the frame applied in the form of equivalent horizontal forces (see comments on row 7).
Notes: A same frame could be classified as sway according to a load case (V$dl for instance) and as nonsway according to another load case ( Vsd2 for instance). For multistoreys buildings the relevant condition is condition which is equivalent to
Sd cr
= maximum
'2*i
a w = minimum (Ocri)
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* row 9:
Members imperfections may be neglected except in sway frames in the cases of members which are subject to axial compression and which have moment resisting connections, if : "Afyl
.NSd. 0,5
>0,5
>
4"
or equivalent to > 2 nondimensional slenderness ratio calculated with a buckling length equal to the system length yield strength area of the crosssection design value of the compressive force elastic critical axial force ( = 2/ L2, with L = system length) factor (= Li I, with L = system length) EI
* row 10: According to the definition of occr introduced in comment on row 8 0 , l <  ^  < 0,25 .condition which is equivalent to 4 < a c r < 10
* row 11: The actions to be considered in first order elastic global analysis and in second order elastic global analysis are listed in the "generalities about Eurocode 3" (see the first comments on flowchart 1) in function of the type of frame. * rows 12.13.14 :  path @ : Sway moments amplified by factor 1,2 in beams and beamtocolumn connections and not in the columns. The definition of "sway moments" is provided in [5.2.6.2 (5)].  paths (5) and (6) : the introduction of member imperfections eo,d should be considered equivalent to the introduction of distributed loads along the members : eo,d Nsd Nsd
[5.2.4.5]
equivalent to q Nsd
,;
i
'
L
Nsd
,
wimiq
= 8.N Sd .e 0 , d / L 2
Q = 4.N S d .e 0 < d /L Q 0 Note : the equivalence of eo,d and (q, Q) loading is proposed here for a practical point of view but it is not included in Eurocode 3.
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comments (6/6) on flowchart FC 1: * row 13: [Annex E] * row 15: For the meaning of the ratio , refer to comment on row 8.
"cr
Vsd
Nsd
O
***
^ .
CH
Nsd
Lb
* row 16:
The classification of crosssections have to be determined before all the ULS checks of members, crosssections and webs (rows 17 to 20).
*rows 17,18,19.20,21;
The sequence of the Ultimate Limit States checks is not imposed and it is up to the designer to choose the order of the ULS checks which are anyhow all necessary to be fulfilled. On the contrary, the sequence of steps to select the type of analysis is well fixed and defined in rows 5 to 10. [5J. 1.3 (6)] * row 19: When the member imperfections eo,d are used in a second order analysis (paths (D and ) , the resistance of the crosssections shall be verified as specified in chapter [5.4] but using the partial safety factor in place of v mo
Lc LSLl
(1) Actions (loadarrangements) on buildings to be taken into account in the design are presented as described in Eurocode 1 111, (2) The load cases for SLS and for ULS to be considered in the design are defined as prescribed in Eurocode 3 Part 1.1 /2/, (3) The elastic global analysis of steel structures in braced or nonsway buildings according to Eurocode 3 Part 1.1 HI is assumed to be carried out : a) by elastic global analysis of the structure to determine: . the vertical deflections of beams, the horizontal displacements of frames and vibrations of floors and, . the internal forces and moments (N, V, M) in the members and, b) by check of requirements for the Serviceability Limit States and,
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c) by check of requirements for the Ultimate Limit States : c.l) by check of the resistance of crosssections and, C.2) by check of the buckling resistance of members and, C.3) by check of local effects (buckling and resistance of webs) and, C.4) by check of joints and connections, for all members characterised by a class of crosssections at ULS: . classes 1 and 2, which assume a full plastic distribution of stresses over the cross section at the level of yield strength or, . class 3, which is based on an elastic distribution of stresses across the crosssection with the yield strength reached at the extreme fibres or, . class 4, which makes explicit allowances for the effects of local buckling appearing in the crosssection. (4) The elastic global analysis of steel bracing system according to Eurocode 3 Part 1.1/2/ is assumed to be carried out with the same hypothesis than for steel structures but with specific actions: loads and effects of global imperfections: . from the bracing system itself and, . from all the frames which it braces. (5) This design handbook deals with the analysis of braced or nonsway steel structures subject to static loading. Eurocode 3 (121) and Eurocode 8 (131) should be consulted for the following problems which are not considered here: fatigue, resistance to fire, dynamic analysis or seismic analysis. [9.1.4 (i)] (6) No fatigue assessment is normally required for building structures except in the following cases: a) members supporting lifting appliances or rolling loads, b) members subject to repeated stress cycles from vibrating machinery, c) members subject to windinduced oscillations, d) members subject to crowdinduced oscillations. For those fatigue problems the chapter 9 of Eurocode 3 Part 1.1 (If) should be consulted.
I.C.2 Definition of the braced frames and nonsway frames [5.2.5.1 (l)] (1) All structures shall have sufficient stiffness to resist to the horizontal forces and to limit lateral sway. This may be supplied by: a) the sway stiffness of the bracing systems, which may be: . triangulated frames . rigidjointed frames . shear walls, cores and the like b) the sway stiffness of the frames, which may be supplied by one or more of the following: . triangulation . stiffness of the connections . cantilever columns
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Semirigid connections may be used, provided that they can be demonstrated to provide sufficient reliable rotational stiffness (see [6.9.4]) to satisfy the requirements for swaymode frame stability (see [5.2.6]). (2) Framing for resistance to the horizontal loads and to sway. Two examples are given in table 1.3: [5.2.5.3 (i)] a) typical example of a frame with "bracing system", which could be sufficiently stiff: . for the frame to be classified as a "bracedframe" . and, to assume that all inplane horizontal loads are resisted by the bracing system. [5.2.5.3 (2)] [5.2.5.2 (l)] The criterion of classification as braced or unbraced frames is explained in chapter IV.g. 1.1. b) example of an unbraced frame which could have sufficiently stiff momentresisting joints between the beams and the columns: . for the frame to be classified as a "nonsway frame" . and, to neglect any additional internal forces or moments arising from inplane horizontal displacements of the nodes of the frame. [5.2.5.2 (3). (4)]
[Annex H]
[Annex J]
The criteria of classification as sway or nonsway frames are detailed in chapter IV.g. 1.2. Table L3 Definition of framing for horizontal loads
AL
w
mm w, ir
m
f\
AL
wWT iiflv wftrr
BRACED FRAME
BRACIN G
SYSTEM
fl
il
*
mw mw
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T.c.3
 chapter I : . Limit States (SLS, ULS), design requirements; . flowchart about elastic global analysis of steel frames according to EC 3. . scope, definitions; . tables of SLS and ULS checks;  chapter : complete set of data of the structure  chapter III : determination of load arrangements and load cases for . Ultimate Limit States and, . Serviceability Limit States  chapter IV : . frame design and, . SLS checks for frames (see chapter I.c.4). . ULS classifications of frames . braced frame condition and, . nonsway frame condition  chapter V : classification of crosssections at Ultimate Limit States  chapter VI to LX : . SLS checks for beams (see chapter I.c.4). . ULS checks of members (beams and columns,...) submitted to internal forces and moments (N, V, M) considering the resistance of crosssections, the overall buckling of members (buckling, lateraltorsional buckling) and local effects (shear buckling of webs (V)): see chapter I.c.5  chapter X : . ULS checks of local effects: resistance of webs to transverse forces F (yield criterion, crushing, crippling, local buckling, flange induced buckling): see chapter I.c.5  chapter XI : ULS and SLS checks of connections.  chapter : design of steel bracing system I.c.4 Checks at Serviceability Limit States
(1) The table 1.4 presents the different checks which shall be fulfilled by beams and frames at Serviceability Limit States with references to the design handbook:  Table 1.4 Checks at Serviceability Limit States Horizontal deflections of frames
_
Type of checks Vertical deflections of beams Beams Frames Chapter Vm.b.l Chapter Vin.b.l
Chapter IV.f.l
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La
(1) The following tables define the different checks which shall be fulfilled at Ultimate Limit States:  by all the members of frames submitted to internal forces and moments (N, V,M), by all webs of crosssections submitted to transverse forces F. Table 1.5 Member submitted to internal forces, moments and transverse forces
/f*) m
 3
Note: taMe 1,6 table 1.7:
torsion
Ncompression C _r
._ y
XX
^ "
F F v
*U*
fl
fi..
Al>
U 0 M bending x f ^tension
fi wr
^.Ncompression , * ^ 1
IF
*) the effects of torsion are not considered in the handbook because the Annex G of Eurocode 3 is not officially available yet. Definition of the planes of crosssections within internal forces, moments (Nsd, Vsd, Msd) and transverses forces Fsd are acting. For different types of loading on the members and on the Webs (tension, compression, bending, combined (N,M), transverse forces) the table 1.7 provides the internal forces, moments (N (Ntension Ncompression). V (Vy,Vz), M(My,Mz)), transverse forces (F) and interactions between them ((V,M),(N,M),(N,V),(N,V,M),...) to be checked at Ultimate Limit States. List of references to the design handbook related to all the check formulas at Ultimate Limit States, for different types of loading. The different types of loading on the members and on the webs includes internal forces, moments, transverse forces and interactions between them (see also the more detailed table 1.7). Two types of ULS checks are defined (resistance of crosssections and stability of members or webs) and refer to the following physical phenomena: . (R) resistance of crosssections: . tension . compression .shear . bending . resistance on webs to transverse forces . crushing of webs to transverse forces . (5) stability of members or webs (global and local buckling): . local buckling for class 4 crosssections . buckling and NM buckling of members . lateraltorsional buckling of members . shear buckling of webs . stability of webs to transverse forces: crippling, buckling . web buckling induced by compression flange
table 1.8:
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The formulas of ULS checks include different parameters depending on the class of the crosssection (see chapter V); they may consider the following crosssection properties: . plastic properties for class 1 or 2 crosssection (Wpf, ...) . elastic properties for class 3 crosssection (We/ ,...) . effective properties for class 4 crosssection (Weff,...) taking into account the occurrence of local buckling. The table 1.8 is related to the classes of crosssection and shows if there are differences between check formulas in function of those classes of crosssection. In Appendix D of the design handbook a similar table (table D.l) is provided (for information) presenting a list of references to Eurocode 3 Part 1.1 (J2f) also related to all check formulas at Ultimate Limit States for different types of loading. (2) In respective following chapters tables present complete lists of the checks to be performed at Ultimate Limit States for members or webs submitted to different loading: in chapter VI, table VI. 1 for members in tension, in chapter VH, table VILI for members in compression, in chapter VIH, table VIILI for members in bending, in chapter LX, table IX. 1 for members with combined axial force and bending moment. Table 1.6 Planes within internal forces, moments (N$d, Vsd, Msd) and transverses forces Fsd are acting
Fsd
<
tP
rl
&
Vz.sd My.sd
FsdT
Nsd
y.Sd
'z.Sd
My.Sd
xz
Mz.Sd
xy
Fsd
xz
xy (xaxis) xz
xy
xz
Mx.sd
moment of torsion (is not considered in the handbook because the Annex G of Eurocode 3 is not officially available yet).
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Table L7
Internal forces, moments and transverse forces to be checked at ULS for different types of loading Internal forces, moments and transverse forces and, interactions between them
* x y"
.y
X
N x.Sd
e I
I
Nx.sd
x
X
I
I
e.
X
M z.Sd
lo XP
y.Sd .
Nx.sd
N x . Sd
Vz:sdMy.sd
(N,MV,MZ)
(N,V)
z.Sd ' My.Sd
(N,V,M)
(N,V,MV,MZ)
Fsd I Fsd ?
V
.y
Nx.sd
x.sd
Fsd
r
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(F,MV)
(F,N,MV)
(F,V z ,My)(F,N,V z ,M v )
Table 1.8 List of references to chapters of the design handbook related to all check formulas at ULS
Typ; References to the design handbook for ULS checks Internal forces moments, and Physical phenomena of in function of classes of crosssections (chapter V) : class 3 class 4 transverse forces check s classes 1 or 2  tension resistance (gross & net section) VI.b.1 (1) + VI.b.2 (1) + VI.c.1 (l) + VI.c.2 (1) R 1. Ntension compression resistance vn.c.l (1) vn.c.i (1) 2. Ncompression R buckling of members VII.c.2.1(2) + VII.c.2.2 VHc.2.1 (2) S shear and block shear resistances Vin.d.l (1) R 3. V shear buckling VIII.d.2 (5) S uniaxial bending resistance VIII.e.l (1) VHI.e.1 (1) R VIII.e.1 1) 4. M lateraltorsional buckling (My) (LTB) Vin.e.2 (4) Vm.e.2 (4) Vin.e.2 (4) S 5. (My,Mz) biaxial bending resistance Vm.f.l (1) vm.f.i (1) R Vffl.f.1 (1) 6. (V,M) (V z ,M y ) 7. ( , ^ ) (V z ,M y ,M z ) 8. (N,M) (Ntension,My) (NComp..My) (Ncomp^Mz) 9. (N,M y ,Mz) 10. (N, V) 11. (N,V,M) (N,VZ,My) 12. (N,VJvlyJVlz) S vm.f.2 (1) + (2) Vm.f.2 (1) + (2) VIII.f.2 (1) + (2) biaxial flexural buckling uniaxial bending & shear resistance vm.g.i.i(i) R uniaxial bending & shear buckling VIH.g.2(3) S R S R S S biaxial bending & shear resistance uniaxial bending & shear buckling vm.g.2 (3) uniaxial bending & axial force resistance IX.d.1.4 (2) DCd.l.l(l) DC.d.l.3(2) lateraltorsional buckling (LTB) IX.d.2.1 (1) K.d.2.1 (1) IX.d.2.2 (2), (3) IX.d.2.2 (2), (3) IX.d.2.2 (2), (3) NM buckling + LTB IX.d.2.2 (3), (4) IX.d.2.2 (3), (4) IX.d.2.2 (3), (4) NM buckling IX.d.1.4 (1) biaxial bending & axial force resistance IX.d.1.2 (1) IX.d. 1.3(1) IX.d.2.2 (1), (2) IX.d.2.2 (1), (2) rX.d.2.2(l),(2) (Nbiaxial M) buckling + LTB rx.e.l (1) rx.e.l (1) shear and axial load resistance shear buckling Vm.d.2 (5) uniaxial bending & IX.f.1.4 (2) IX.f.1.1 (1) IXI.1.3 (2) shear and axial force resistance IX.f.2 (3) (Nuniaxial M) resistance & shear buckling Vin.g.l.2(2) Vm.g.l.2(3) Vm.g.l.2(3)
s
R S R S R S R
rx.f.i.2(i)
rX.f.1.4 (1)
X.c.1 (1)
X.c.1 (1)
biaxial bending & shear and axial force resistance (Nuniaxial M) resistance & shear buckling transverse force (+N, +M y ) resistance j crushing crippling + buckling crippling compression flange induced buckling transverse forces + shear V z (+N, +M y ) resistance (Nuniaxial M) resistance & shear buckling
(FFMy)
F (F%) R S S S 14. (F.V^.CF^.Vz), R (F,V z ,M y ), (F,N,Vz,My) S X.e(l) X.c.1 (1) X.c.2 (1) X.d.1.1 ((1), (2)) + X.d.2 ((1), (2), (3)) X.d. 1.2(1) X.e(l) X.c.1 (1) IX.f.2 (3) X.e(l) X.c.1 (1)
tvpe of loading
tvpe of checks:
1. = tension members 2. = compression members 3. to 7. = members in bendin g 8. to 12. = members with combined NM 13. to 14. transverse forces oi webs R = resistance of crosssections ([5.4] bs ([5.65.7]) 5 = Stability of memt>ers ([5.5]) or we)
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II
(1) This chapter intends to list the data of the analysed building concerning the types of structure, members and joints, the geometry and the material properties. The load arrangements applied to the building are defined in chapter m . II.a Structural model
(1) The type of structure, the type of the bracing system and all the different prescriptions of the project (office building, housing, sport or exhibition hall, parking areas,....) should be
defined.
Ill)
Geometric dimensions
(1) The geometry of the building should be defined:  the height, the width and the length of the structure, the number of storeys of the building and the dimensions of the architectural element.  definition of storeys: plane frame with 3 storeys:
II.C
(1) All the elements of the building which do not bear any loads have to be considered in the evaluation of the selfweight loads: walls, claddings, ceilings, coverings,...
I I.d
(1) All the elements which bear the loads should be defined : frames, beams, columns, bracing system, concrete core,....
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Joints Il.e (1) The design handbook assumes the use of pinned or rigid joints (see chapter XI). Semirigid joints are not considered in the design handbook. In the case of semirigid joints whose behaviour is between pinned and rigid joints, the designer shall take into account the momentrotation characteristics of the joints (moment resistance, rotational stiffness and rotation capacity) at each step of the design (predesign, global analysis, SLS and ULS checks). The semirigid joints should be designed according to chapter 6.9 and the Annex J of Eurocode 3. Table ILI presents typical types of joints. Table 11.1 Typical types of joints
Pi
0 0 0
o
0 0
0 0
r^
<"
3^"
o
0
0 t^^^^m
vRigid joints
Hr
*
* \ 
=
Semirigid joints
Pinned joints
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(2) The table II.2 presents the modelling of joints. The joints may be modelled by nodes offset from the member centrelines to reflect the actual locations of the connections.
Table IL2
Type of joint
M
11
Mu
RIGID Joint
SEMIRIGID Joint
K>
i S S v  S l * 
PINNED Joint
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n.f
Profiles
(1) The selected steel profiles used as beams and columns in the structure and as elements in the bracing system should be listed and precisely referred.
n.g
Floor structure
(1) Composition of the floor system (in situ concrete slab, precast concrete slab, steel sheet deckings, slim floor,...) is needed to determine the selfweight loads. Composite effect between the floor and the beams is not considered in this design handbook.
Il.h
[3]
Material properties
(1) The material properties given in this chapter are nominal values to be adopted as characteristic (unfactored) values in design calculations. n.h. 1 Nominal values for hot rolled steel
[3.2.2.1]
(1) The nominal values of the yield strength fy and the ultimate strength fu for hot rolled steel are given in table II.4 for steel grades S 235, S 275 and S 355 in accordance with EN 10025 and for steel grades S 275 and S355 in accordance with EN 10113. (2) The european standard EN 10025 specifies the requirements for long and flat products of hot rolled weldable nonalloy structural steels (steel grades: S 235, S 275, S 355). The european standard EN 10113 specifies the requirements for long and flat products of hot rolled weldable fine grain structural steels (steel grades: S 275, S 355, S 420, S 460). (3) Similar values as defined in table .4 may be adopted for hot finished structural hollow sections. (4) For a larger range of thicknesses the values specified in EN 10025 and EN 10113 may be used. (5) For high strength steels (S 420 and S 460) specific rules are given in the normative Annex D of Eurocode 3. Their material properties are introduced in table .4. (6) The table .3 compares the symbolic designations of steel grades according to various standards. The design handbook always uses the single designation of structural steels defined by the european standard EN 100271: "S" followed by the value of yield strength expressed in N/mm2 (=MPa). Table II.3
EN 100271
E 24 E 28 E 36
40 D 43 D 50D 55 C
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Table H.4
Nominal values of yield strength fy and ultimate tensile strength fu for structural steels according to EN 10025 and EN 10113 Thickness t (mm)*) t<40mm fy (N/mm2) fu (N/mm2) 235 275 355 360 430 510 40 mm < t < 100 mm**) fy (N/mm2) fu (N/mm2) 215 255 335 340 410 490
Nominal steel grade EN 100271 Designation S 235 S 275 S 355 EN 10025 Standard Fe 360 Fe 430 Fe 510 EN 10113 Standard FeE 275 FeE 355 S 420 M S 460 M
255 390 S 275 275 370 335 355 490 S 355 470 420 390 500 S 420 500 460 430 530 S 460 530 Notes: i J ") t is the nominal thickness of the element ( ir t  of the flange of rolled sections (t = tf)  of the particular elements of the welded sections **) the condition 40 mm < t < 63 mm should be taken for plates and other flat products in steels of delivery condition TM to EN 101133. II.h.2
[3.2.2.3]
Fracture toughness
(1) The material shall have sufficient fracture toughness to avoid brittle fracture at the lowest service temperature expected to occur within the intended life of the structure. (2) In normal cases of welded or nonwelded members in building structures subject to static loading or fatigue loading (but not impact loading), no further check against brittle fracture is necessary if the conditions given in tables .5 and .6 are satisfied. Tables .5 and .6 provide the maximum thicknesses of the structural elements which are allowable for certain lowest service temperatures and for different steel grades in accordance to the EN 10025 and EN 10113 standards. (3) For all other cases reference should be made to informative Annex C.
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[table 3.2]
Table .5
Maximum thickness for statically loaded structural elements Maximum thickness (mm) for lowest service temperature of 0C Service condition 5) SI 150 250 250 90 250 250 40 106 250 250 250 250 250 250 S2 41 110 250 26 63 150 12 29 73 128 250 250 128 250 SI 108 250 250 63 150 250 29 73 177 250 250 250 250 250 10C S2 30 75 212 19 45 127 9 21 52 85 192 250 85 250 SI 74 187 250 45 123 250 21 52 150 250 250 250 250 250 20C S2 22 53 150 14 33 84 6 16 38 59 150 250 59 150
EN 10027 S235JR S 235 JO S 235 J2 S 275 JR S 275 JO S 275 J2 S 355 JR S 355 JO S 355 J2 S355K2 S 275 M S 275 ML S 355 M S 355 ML Service conditions 5 ):
EN 10025 D Fe 360 Fe 360 C Fe 360 D Fe 430 Fe 430 C Fe 430 D Fe 510 Fe 510 C Fe 510 D Fe 510 DD 2) EN 10113 3) Fe E 275 KG 4 ) Fe E 275 KT Fe E 355 KG 4 ) Fe E 355 KT SI either:
. nonwelded, or . in compression S2 as welded, in tension In both cases of service conditions this table assumes loading rate RI (normal static or slow loading; no impact loading) and consequences of failure condition C2 (fracture critical members or joints with potential complete structural collapse).5) Notes: 1) For rolled sections over 100 mm thick, the minimum Charpy Vnotch energy specified in EN 10025 is subject to agreement. For thicknesses up to 150 mm, a minimum value of 27 J at the relevant specified tests temperature is required and 23 J for thicknesses over 150 mm up to 250 mm. 2) For steel grade Fe 510 DD to EN 10025, the specified minimum Charpy Vnotch energy value is 40 J at 20C. The entries in this row assume an equivalent value of 27 J at 30C. 3) For steels of delivery condition N to EN 101132 over 150 mm thick and for steels of delivery condition TM to EN 101133 over 150 mm thickforlong products and over 63 mm thickforflat products, the minimum Charpy Vnotch energy specified in EN 10113 is subject to agreement. For thicknesses up to 150 mm, a minimum value of 27 J is required and 23 J for thicknesses over 150 mm up to 250 mm. The test temperature should be 30C for KG quality steel and 50C for KT quality steel. For steel of quality KG to EN 10113, the specified minimum values of Charpy Vnotch energy go down to 40 J at 20C. The entries in this row assume an equivalent value of 27 J at 30C. For full details, refer to informative Annex C of Eurocode 3.
4) 5)
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[ble D.2]
Table .6
Maximum thickness for statically loaded structural elements Maximum thickness (mm) for lowest service temperature of 0C 10C S2 70 172 53 150 SI 162 250 150 250 S2 50 145 38 101 SI 140 250 99 250 20C S2 36 94 28 69 SI 250 250 179 250 either:
Service condition 4 ) EN 10027 S 420 M S 420 ML S 460 M S 460 ML Service conditions 4 ): EN 10113 D S 420 KG 2) S 420 KT 3) S 460 KG 2) S 460 KT 3) 51 52
In both cases of service conditions this table assumes loading rate Rl (normal static or slow loading; no impact loading) and consequences of failure condition C2 (fracture critical members or joints with potential complete structural collapse).4) Notes: For steels of delivery condition N to EN 101132 over 100 mm thick for steel grade S 460 and over D
150 mm thick for steel grade S 420, and for steels of delivery condition M to EN 101133 over 150 mm thick for long products and over 63 mm thick for flat products, the minimum Charpy Vnotch energy specified in EN 10113 is subject to agreement. Up to 150 mm thick, a minimum value of 27 J is required and 23 J over 150 mm thick up to 250 mm. The test temperature should be 30C for steel qualities S 460 KG and S 420 KG and 50C for steel qualities S 460 KT and S 420 KT.
2)
For steel qualities S 460 KG and S 420 KG the specified minimum Charpy Vnotch energy in EN 10113 only go down as far as 40 J at 20C. The entries in this row assume an equivalent value of 27 J at30C. For steel qualities S 460 KT and S 420 KT the specified minimum Charpy Vnotch energy in EN 10113 is 27Jat50C. For full details, refer to informative Annex C of Eurocode 3.
3) 4)
II.h.3
[3.3]
Connecting devices
II.h.3.1 B olts
[3.3.2]
(1) The nominal values of the yield strength fyb and the ultimate strength fUb ( to be adopted as characteristic values in calculations) are given in table II.7.
Nominal values of yield strength .f and ultimate tensile strength/ft for bolts 4.6 240 400 4.8 320 400 5.6 300 500 5.8 400 500 6.8 480 600 8.8 640 800 10.9 900 1000
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Welding consumables
(1) The specified yield strength, ultimate tensile strength, elongation at failure and minimum Charpy Vnotch energy value of the filler metal, shall all be either equal to, or better than, the corresponding values specified for the steel grade being welded.
n.h.4 [3.2.5]
(1) The material coefficients to be adopted in calculations for the steels covered by Eurocode 3 shall be taken as follows: Table II.8 Material coefficient :
"
. modulus of elasticity
. MICdl IIIUUIUUS VJ
E= G= a = P=
V =
: : :
0,3
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III
III.a G eneralities [2.2J5 (l)] [2.25 (2)] (1) A load arrangement identifies the position, magnitude and direction of a free action. (2) A load case identifies compatible load arrangements, set of deformations and imperfections considered for a particular verification. (3) For the definitions of actions Goad arrangements: F= G, Q,...) and effects of actions (E, S) and for the design requirements it should be referred to chapter La (Basis of design). (4) Flowchart FC 3.1 presents the general procedure to study structures submitted to actions : all load cases are defined by relevant combinations of characteristic (unfactored) values of load arrangements (F, for each load case the global analysis of the structure determines the design values for the effects of actions (Ed = oV,6h, f,... ; Sd = N, V, , ,...) which shall be checked at SLS (Cd limits) and at ULS (Rd resistances). This general procedure is used in the flowcharts about elastic design of: steel frames (in general) (flowchart FC 1; see chapter I), braced or nonsway frames (flowchart FC 4; see chapter IV), bracing system (flowchart FC 12; see chapter ), according to Eurocode 3. Moreover references to those general flowcharts FC 1, FC 4 and FC 12 are specified at the different steps of the general procedure presented in the flowchart FC 3.1. (5) For braced or nonsway buildings it is explained in chapter I.b.l (flowchart FC 1) and in chapter IV.a.2 (flowchart FC 4) that the elastic global analysis of the structure could be based on first order theory. In that case of first order elastic global analysis the principle of superposition is applicable because the effects of actions (E, S) are linear functions of the applied actions (F = G, Q,...) (no  effects and used material with an elastic linear behaviour). The principle of superposition allows to consider a particular procedure to study structures submitted to actions. This procedure illustrated in flowchart FC 3.2 could be more practical because it should simplify the decision of which load case gives the worst effect. For each single characteristic (unfactored) value of load arrangement (Fk) the global analysis of the structure determines characteristic (unfactored) values for the effects of actions : Ek = (Ov,6h, f,..)k ; Sk = (N, V, M, a,...)k. All load cases are defined by relevant combinations of the characteristic (unfactored) values for the effects of actions (E^Sk). All these load cases directly furnish the design values for the effects of actions (Ed = ,,, f,... ; Sd = N, V, M, ,...) which shall be checked at SLS (Cd limits) and at ULS (Rd resistances).
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Flowchart LFC3.1J : Load arrangements and load cases for cenerai global analysis of the structure
rows: \s>^>/ rows:
'. " N Determine all load arrangements with characteristic (unfactored) values of actions Fk (Gk, Qk,...)
 row 1 of flowchart FC 1  row 2 of flowchart FC 4
Determine all ULS load cases with relevant ULS combinations of load arrangements (Fk) (with partial safety factors 7F = , 7Q,...):
 row 2 of flowchart FC 1 and FC 12  row 4 of flowchart FC 4
Determine all SLS load cases with relevant SLS combinations of load arrangements (Fk):
 row 2 of flowchart FC 1 and FC 12  row 4 of flowchart FC 4
yes
3 r*
All ULS load cases analysed ? ULS checks Classification of the frame: braced or nonsway frame
 rows 5 to 8 of flowchart FC 1  rows 8 to 14 of flowchart FC 4  rows 5 and 6 of flowchart FC 12
yes
SLS checks
Global analysis of the structure submitted to the considered load case in order to determine the design values for the ULS effects of actions: Sd = N, V, , , ...
 rows 11 to 13 of flowchart FC 1  row 15 of flowchart FC 4  rows 9 to 11 of flowchart FC 12
Global analysis of the structure submitted to the considered load case in order to determine the design values for the SLS effects of actions: Ed = oh, , f,...
 row 4 of flowchart FC 1 and FC 12  row 6 of flowchart FC 4
j
10
Adopt the structure if both ULS and SLS checks are fulfilled V
Note: . for the definition of Fk (Gk, Qk), (JG, ), Sd. Rd, Ed, Cd : see chapter La (Basis of design). . references are done to flowchart FC 1 (Elastic design of steel frames according to Eurocode 3), flowchart FC 4 (Elastic design of braced or nonsway steel frames according to Eurocode 3), and flowchart FC 12 (Elastic design of bracing system according to Eurocode 3).
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Flowchart (FC 3.2) .Load arrangements and load cases for tirsi order elastic elobal analysis of the structure
rows: rows:
f Determine all load arrangements with characteristic (unfactored) values of actions Fk (Gk, Qk, ...)J
Global analysis of the structure submitted to the considered single load arrangement (Fk) in order to determine characteristic (unfactored) values for the effects of actions :  for ULS checks: Sk = (N, V, , , ...)k  for SLS checks: Ek = (, , f,^)k
1
ULS checks
1
SLS checks
I
Determine all ULS load cases with relevant ULS combinations of effects of actions (Sk) (with partial safety factors 7F = 7G, ,...)
i
Determine all SLS load cases with relevant SLS combinations of effects of actions (Ek)
All ULS load cases \ v* analysed? / Classification of frame: braced or nonsway frame
yes
yes
Adopt the structure if both ULS and SLS checks are fulfilled
12
Note: for the definition of Fk (Gk, Qk), ^F (yc, *fQ), Sd. Rd. Ed, Cd : see chapter La (Basis of design)
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IIl.b
Load arrangements
(1) The following load arrangements are characteristic (unfactored) values of actions (Fk) to be applied to the structure. The characteristic values of load arrangements given hereafter are issued from Eurocode 1 (/l/). (2) The table .1 provides a list of all the load arrangements (Fk) to be taken into account in building design and, the references to the chapters of the handbook where details are given about those load arrangements. Table .1 1) 2) Load arrangements Fk for building design according to EC 1 Reference to the handbook ni.b.l
Load arrangements (Fk) distributed, g Permanent loads : concentrated, G Variable loads: Imposed loads on floors and roof:  Wind loads: Snow loads: . b. 1 distributed, q concentrated, Q wind pressure, we4 wind force, F w distributed, s
(1) Action which is likely to act throughout a given design situation and for which the variation in magnitude with time is negligible in relation to the mean value, or for which the variation is always in the same direction until the action attains a certain limit value. m.b.2 Variable loads (q, Q, w and s) (1) Action which is unlikely to act throughout a given design situation or for which the variation in magnitude with time is not negligible in relation to the mean value nor monotonie. m.b.2.1 Imposed loads on floors and roof (q and Q)
(1) Categories of areas: areas in offices, housing, warehouses, parkings, dwellings, etc. are divided into six categories according to their specific use:  Category A: areas for domestic and residential activities.  Category B: areas where people may congregate.  Category C: areas susceptible to overcrowding, including access areas.  Category D: areas susceptible to accumulation of goods, including access areas.  Category E:  Category F: traffic and parking areas for light vehicles, traffic and parking areas for medium vehicles.
(2) The values of imposed loads on floors and roof are given in table .2 according to the category of areas and the loaded areas.
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Table II1.2
Imposed load (qk, Qk) on floors in buildings Loaded areas general stairs balconies general stairs, balconies with fixed seats other general vehicles weight: 30 kN vehicles weight: 30 160 kN qk (kN/m2)
2,0 3,0 4,0 3,0 4,0 4,0 5,0
Categories of areas
Qk(kN)
2,0 2,0 2,0 2,0 2,0 4,0 4,0
Category A;
7,0 10 45
Category F;
(1) The wind load is presented either as a wind pressure or a wind force. The action on the structure caused by the wind pressure is assumed to act normal to the surface except where otherwise specified; e.g. for tangential friction forces. ECl, 6.4 (3) (2) The wind action is given by: w wind pressure on a surface (see m.b.2.2.1). Fw resulting wind force: see m.b.2.2.2 or obtained by integrating the wind pressure. Me torsional moment, refer to ECI, part 2.3 Ffr friction force, refer to ECl, part 23 III.h.2.2.1 Wind pressure (wCii)
ECl, 6.5.4
(1) The net wind pressure across a wall or an element is the difference of the pressures on each surface taking due account of their signs (Pressure is taken as positive, when directed towards the surface and is negative when represents a suction) (see table .3).
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Table .3
Pressures on surfaces
0
:
:
<2C
, 0 r=r
;
r;
s 
r ,
^ s
" * "^
^
"
**
* s
ECl, 6.5.2 (2) The wind pressure acting on: . the external surfaces of a structure, w e , shall be obtained from:
We=qrefCe(Ze)Cpe
i=qrefce(zi)cpi
where
ECl, form. (6.7.2)
Vref
qref = Tpref is the air density (generally = 1,25 kg/m3) is the reference wind velocity taken as follows
v
basic value of the reference wind velocity at sea level given by the wind maps of the countries (Annex 6.A of ECl). CDIR direction factor to be taken as 1,0 unless otherwise specified in the wind maps. C TEM temporary (seasonal) factor to be taken as 1,0 unless otherwise specified in the wind maps. c ALT altitude factor to be taken as 1,0 unless otherwise specified in the wind maps. where ce(ze) is the exposure coefficient for = ze is defined by: Ce(ze) = C?.C?+7Kr.Cr.Ct where Kr, cr (z), c t (z) are given for more details in [ECl, 6.8.1] For flat terrain (i.e. upwind slope < 5% in the wind direction), c t =1,0. For such conditions the exposure coefficient c e is given in the table III.4.
where vref,o
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1 Table III.4
Terrain C ategory: I
Rough open sea, lake shores with at least 2 km fetch upwind and smooth flat country without obstacles. Farmland with boundary hedges, occasional small farm structures, houses or trees. Suburban or industrial areas and permanent forests. FV Urban areas in which at least 15% of the surface is covered with buildings and their average height exceeds 15 m.
z(m)
1000 , ,
IV T T T
inn 1UVJ
10 
Ce( )
1 _
' I
0,1X)
where c ECl,table6.10.2.1 Pe
1,130
2,(X)
3,1X)
4,1)
5,00
is the external pressure coefficient given in ECl, 6.9, which depend on the size of the effected area A and the shape of the building (see table .5).
Table .5 External pressure Cpe for buildings depending on the size of the effected area A
Cpe = Cpei Cpe = Cpe, 1 + (Cpe, 10" Cpe, i) l o g i o A Cpe = Cpe, 10
The values of are given in the chapters 6.9.2.2 to 6.9.2.8 of ECI for the different
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shapes of the buildings. where Ze is the reference height appropriate to the relevant pressure coefficient (see table .6).
ECl, Fig. 6.9.2.1
Table II 1.6
Ze = b
Buildings whose height h is greater than 2b shall be considered to be in multiple parts, comprising: a lower part extending upwards from the ground by a height equal to b for which Ze = b; and a middle region, between the upper and lower parts, divided into as many horizontal strips as desired and for which Ze is the height of the top of each strip.
and where Cpi is the internal pressure coefficient. For a homogeneous distribution of openings ECl, 6.10.2.9 the value Cpi =  0,25 shall be used III.b2.2.2 Wind force (F..) (1) The global force, F w , shall be obtained form the following expression:
ECl, form. (6.6.1)
F
trefCe(ze)CfArefcd
. qref is the reference mean wind pressure (see m.b.2.2.1)  ce(ze) is the exposure coefficient for = Ze (see m.b.2.2.1) . Ze is the reference height appropriate to the relevant pressure coefficient (see m.b.2.2.1) . Cf is the force coefficient derived from ECl, part 2.3, chapter 10, if available  Aref is the reference area for Cf  ca is the dynamic factor
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111 Load cases (1) The following load cases are related to the general procedure to study structures submitted to actions (see flowchart FC 3.1 and comment (4) in chapter IILa): all load cases are defined by relevant combinations of characteristic (unfactored) values of load arrangements (Fk). [2.3.2.2 (l)] For each load case, design values (Ed, Sd) for the effects of actions shall be detenrtined from global analysis of the structure submitted to the design values of actions (Fd = 7 F Fk) involved by combination rules as given: in table .7, for SLS in table .8 and table m.9, for ULS (2) In the case of the particular procedure defined in flowchart FC 3.2 (see also comment (5) in chapter IILa), the characteristic (unfactored) values for the effects of actions (Ek, Sk) are obtained from global analysis of the structure submitted to each single characteristic (unfactored) value of load arrangement (Fk). For each load case, design values (Ed, Sd) for the effects of actions shall be determined from combination rules defined in tables .7 to m.9 where values of load arrangements (Fk = Gk, Qk, g, q, s, w, P) are replaced by the characteristic values for the effects of actions (Ek = (ov,h, f,..)k ; S k = (N, V, M, o,...)k). For instance, in the case of the third example in table m.9, the general load case 1. , (l,35.gk + 1,50 wk) should be replaced by the following particular load case 1. considering the elements or the crosssections with . their worst effects of actions (for columns: axial force (N)k; for beams: shear force (V)k and bending moment (M)k) and, . their worst combined effects of actions (for beamcolumns: (N)k + (M)k ; ...): max N = 1,35 (N)k(due to gk) + l,50.(N)k.max(due to Wk), max V = 1,35 (V)k(due to gk) + l,50.(V)k.max(due to Wk), max M = 1,35 (M)k(due to gk) + l,50.(M)k.max(due to Wk), max N + associated M, max M + associated N,... (3) In the following chapters UI.c.l and ffl.c.2, the proposed combinations of actions are simplifications adapted to building structures (for SLS, [2.3.4 (5)] and for ULS, [2.3.3.1 (5)]). (4) If the limitations imposed at SLS and at ULS are difficult to be respected, more favourable combinations of actions could be used instead of the respective simplified proposals of table m.7 (then see [2.3.4 (2)] of EC 3) or tables .8 and .9 (then see [23.2.2(2)] of EC3). in.c. 1
ECCS n65 table 2.3
Load cases for serviceability limit states Combinations of actions for serviceability limit states Gk Qk permanent actions, e.g. self weight variable actions, e.g. imposed loads on floors, snow loads, wind loads Qk.max the variable action which causes the largest effect
Table 111.7
Load combinations to be considered: with only the most unfavourable variable actions (Qicmax): 1. G k +Qk.max with all unfavourable variable actions (Qk): 2. G k +0,9^Qk
The load combination which gives the largest effect (i.e. deformations, deflections) is decisive
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m.c.2
ECCSn65 table 2.1
Load cases for ultimate limit states Combinations of actions for ultimate limit state permanent actions, e.g. self weight Qk variable actions, e.g. imposed loads on floors, snow load, wind loads Qk.max the variable action which causes the largest effect partial safety factor for permanent YGactions partial safety factor for variable YQactions
Gk
Table .8
Load combinations to be considered: with only the most unfavourable variable actions (Qk.max): ** YGXGk+YQQk.max l,35*.EG k +l,50**.Q k.max 1. with all unfavourable variable actions (Qk):
YGEGk+0,9YQ.XQk
2.
l,35*.]TG k +l,35**.Q k
* If the dead load G counteracts the variable action Q(meaning a favourable effect of G): YG = LOO ' '' t " M " windload Q , deadload G
t titt
"if the variable load Q counteracts the dominant loading (meaning a favourable effect of Q): Y Q=0 The load combination which gives the largest effect (i.e.internal forces or moment ) is decisive
ECCSn0 65 table 2.2
Table .9
Examples for the application of the combinations rules in table .8. All actions (g, q, P, s, w) are considered to originate from different sources load cases combinations of actions EUm s 1. l,35.g+l,50.q J I q 2. l,35.g+l,50.s l,35.(g + q + s) 3. A A
LXLTEDq * O i i i Q M D s
*i
f g
A
1. 2. 3. 4. 1. 2. 3. 4.
l,35.g+l,50.q LSS.g+LSO.P*) 1,35. g+1,50. s L35.(g+q+s + P*)) l,35.g+l,50.w l,35.g+l,50.q 1,35. g+1,50. s l,35.(g + q + w + s)
q EEEED g
g
q
P s w
dead load imposed load Point load snow load wind load
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IV
[5.1.2 (l)]
[5.1.2(2)]
I V.a Generalities (1) Frames shall be checked : . at Serviceability Limit States:  for horizontal deflections (see chapter IV.f.l) , . at Ultimate Limit States:  for static equilibrium (see chapter IV.b),  for frame stability (see chapter IV.d),  for resistance of crosssections, members and connections (see chapter IV.g) . (2) When checking the resistance of crosssections and members of a frame, each member may be treated as isolated from the frame, with forces and moments applied to each end as determined from the frame analysis. The conditions of restraint at each end should be determined by considering the member as part of the frame and should be consistent with the type of analysis and mode failure. IVa.l Analysis models for frames (1) In general spacial frame structures may be separated into several plane frames that may be considered as laterally supported at the spacial nodes (see table IV. 1, part 1.). In the first step for the inplane loading of these plane frames outofplane deflections between the lateral supports are neglected and only the inplane monoaxial action effects are determined. In the second step the individual members of the plane frame between the lateral supports, i.e. the beams and the columns, are separated from the plane frame, to consider lateral buckling and lateraltorsional buckling, under monoaxial bending and compression. Members which are common to two different frames, e.g. columns, may be verified for biaxial bending and compression (see table IV. 1, part 2.). (2) Table IV.2 shows the modelling of connections in the global analysis depending on their rotational stiffness. Table IV.2 Pinned connection Modelling of connections tension, compression or shear only Design or detail criteria Small restraint to sufficient rotations
Rigid connection
For semirigid connections see Eurocode 3, Part 1.1 (J2f) (3) Guidance on assumptions for reliable simplified modelling of buildings is provided in the Annex H of Eurocode 3 Part 1.1 (J2f) which is in preparation: "Modelling of building structures for static analysis".
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Table IV.l
FRAME 2
Tflrr
FRAME 1
K t
Ml
cHnW
Isolated beam
77T
Isolated column N1 + N2
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IV.a.2
Flowchart FC 4:Elastic global analysis of braced or nons wax steel frames according to Eurocode 3
(1) The flowchart FC 4 aims to provide a general presentation of the subject dealt in the present design handbook: elastic global analysis of braced or nonsway steel frames according to Eurocode 3. All the details are given in chapters II to XI of the handbook. (2) The flowchart FC 4 refers to other flowcharts:  flowchart FC 1 about elastic global analysis of steel frames in general according to EC 3 (the flowchart FC 1 is provided in chapter I).  flowchart FC 12 about elastic global analysis of bracing system according to EC 3 (the flowchart FC 12 and all the details about bracing system design are given in chapter XII) and, (3) The flowchart FC 4 is a part of flowchart FC 1 which gives a general presentation of:  elastic global analysis of braced or nonsway frames (= flow chart FC 4 = path of flowchart FC 1) and,  elastic global analysis of sway frames which are out of the scope of the present design handbook (= paths (D to (D of flowchart FC 1). (4) The flowchart FC 4 is divided in 3 parts: rv.a.2.1 general part (1 page)
IV.a.2.1 Flowchart FC 4 general see the following page IV.a.2.2 Flowchart FC 4 details see the second following page
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Flowchart 4FC 4J: Elastic global analysis of braced or nonswav steel frames according to EC 3 rowi (General)
Actions Predesign SLS checks and Classification of the frame for ULS (braced or nonsway frame) ULS global analysis of the frame
to determine the internal forces and moments (N, V, M)
IS
16 10
11 12
13
17
18
19
20
or nonswav
row:
2
Assumptions of the frame modelling J [Determination of load arrangements (ECl and EC 8)J ULS checks [Chap. 5] SLS checks [Chap. 4] Load cases
for SLS [2.3.4.]
JL.
Load cases for ULS [2.3.3.]
:
notfulfilled
Predsign of members: beams & columns => Sections with pinned and/or rigid connections First order elastic global analysis of the frame => 6v, Oh, f,... SLS checks
Frame with bracing system
notfulfilled
1
First order elastic global analysis of the frame submitted to hypothetic horizontal loads: 1) with bracing system => 5b and 2) without bracing system => 5u
Vsd fcr
Horizontal & vertical loads Design of the bracing system , Braced frame\
yes/ o \no
Vertical loads
Ob 0,2 5u
[5.2.53. (2)] Nonsway frame
Global imperfections of the frame => equivalent horizontal loads [5.2.4.3] First order elastic global analysis of the frame for each ULS load case Nonsway frame [5.2.52.]
First order elastic global analysis of the frame for all concerned ULS load cases: either, laterally supported if braced frame or, without special lateral boundary conditions if nonsway frame
L  
yes
<, so.i
Vcr
14
F C 1 J
Classification of the crosssections [Chap. 5.3] L b, buckling length of members for nonsway mode [Annex E] Checks of the inplane stability: members buckling [Chap. 5 J.] Checks of the outofplane stability: members buckling [Chap. 5.5.] Checks of resistance of crosssections [Chap. 5.4.]
J J
notfulfilled notfulfilled
17
IB
19
Checks of local effects (buckling and resistance of webs) [Chap. 5.6 and 5.7] Checks of connections [Chap. 6 and Annex J]
J
>
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rV.a.2.3 Comments onflowchart FC 4 comments (1/4) on flowchart FC 4: * Generalities about Eurocode 3:  All checks of (ULS) Ultimate Limit States and all checks of (SLS) Serviceability Limit States are necessary to be fulfilled.  According to the classification of crosssections at ULS (row 16; chapter V of the design handbook) Eurocode 3 allows to perform: . plastic global analysis of a structure only composed of class 1 crosssections when required rotations are not calculated [5.3.3 (4)] or, . elastic global analysis of a structure composed of class 1. 2. 3 or 4 crosssections assurning for ULS checks, either a plastic resistance of crosssections (class 1 and 2) or, an elastic resistance of the crosssections, without local buckling (class 3) or, with local buckling (class 4 with effective crosssection).
[5.2.1.2(1)]
 In order to determine the internal forces and moments (N. V. M) in a structure Eurocode 3 allows the use of different types of elastic global analysis either: a) first order global analysis using the initial geometry of the structure or, b) second order global analysis taking into account the influence of the deformation of the structure
[5.2.1.2 (2)]
 First order global analysis may be used for the elastic global analysis in the cases of braced or nonsway frames (row 15).
[Annex H]
* row 1: Assumptions of the frame modelling: examples are provided in the present chapter rv.a. 1 and more details are presented in the [Annex H] of Eurocode 3 ("Modelling of building structures for analysis"). * row 2: EC 1: Draft EC 3: ENV 199311 EC 8: Draft * rows 3.4: ULS SLS * row 5: This flowchart concerns structures using pinned and/or rigid joints. In the case of semirigid joints whose behaviour is between pinned and rigid joints, the designer shall take into account the momentrotation characteristics of the joints (moment resistance, rotational stiffness and rotation capacity) at each step of the design (predesigri, global analysis, SLS and ULS checks). The semirigid joints should be designed according to chapter 6.9 and the Annex J of Eurocode 3. Eurocode 1 Eurocode 3 Eurocode 8 Basis of design and actions on structures Design of steel structures, Part 1.1: general rules and rules for buildings. Design of structures for earthquake resistance
[Chap. 5] [Chap. 4]
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comments (2/4) on flowchart FC 4: [4.2.1 (5)] * row 6: For SLS checks, the deflections should be calculated making due allowance for any second order effects, the rotational stiffness of any semirigid joints and the possible occurrence of any plastic deformations. nbraed frame
[5.2.5.3 (2)]
0 <0,2
^,: horizontal displacement of the frame with the bracing system oV horizontal displacement of the unbraced frame, according to first order elastic global analysis of the frame submitted to hypothetic horizontal loads. Note: in the case of simple frames with all beamcolumn nodes nominally pinned, the frame without bracing would be hypostatic, hence is infinite and thus the condition Ob 0,2 is always fulfilled.
[5.2.4.3]
* row 12: global imperfections of the frame initial sway imperfections of the frame F2
*
could be applied in the form of
0F2
fc1
i i i
Fi
Fl
fc
i i i i
(Fl + F2)
(Fi + F2)
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* row 14:
A frame may be classified as nonsway if according to first order elastic global analysis of the frame for each ULS load case, one of the following criteria (see row 91 is satisfied: either, al in general :
[5.2.5.2 (3)]
a C T > 10
or,
[5.2.5.2(4)]
design value of the total vertical load (see row 10) elastic critical value of the total vertical load for failure in a sway mode ( = 2 / L2 with L, buckling length for a column in a sway mode; VCT of a column does not correspond necessarily to V cr of the frame including that column) ac coefficient of critical amplification or coefficient of remoteness of critical state of the frame b) in case of building structures with beams connecting each columns at each storey level:
(2) < 0,1 h.H h.(H 1 + H 2 ) where H, V: total horizontal and vertical reactions at the bottom of the storey, : relative horizontal displacement of top and bottom of the storey, h: height of the storey. ,, are deduced from a first order analysis of the frame submitted to both horizontal and vertical design loads (see row 10) and to the global imperfections of the frame applied in the form of equivalent horizontal forces (see comments on row 12). Notes: A same frame could be classified as sway according to a load case (Vsdl for instance) and as nonsway according to another load case ( Vsd2 for instance)(see row 13). V = maximum sdi For multistoreys buildings the relevant condition is V
V cri
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* row 15:
At this step of the ULS checks procedure the type of frame is defined as  braced frame and the first order elastic global analysis of the frame should be carried out for all ULS load cases,  or, nonsway frame and the first order elastic global analysis of the frame might have already been done for all concerned ULS load cases when the criterion ^ has been chosen (rows 9 to 13). h2)H The load cases should consider specific actions in case of braced or nonsway frames as provided in the table below. The global analysis of the frame determines the internal forces and moments (N,V,M) in the members. The first order elastic global analysis of the frame should take into account the horizontal the global the vertical actions loads loads imperfections of the types of frame (row 12)' frames X(b) 1) braced frames ($ 2) nonsway frames (c)
15.253 (3)]
syv
Notes : (a) braced frames are frames which may be treated as fully supported laterally by a bracing system. (b) only the part of horizontal loads which are applied to the frame but not assumed to be transmitted to the bracing system through the floors. (c) no special lateral boundary conditions are considered in the frame modelling.
[5.2.5.3(5)]
* row 16;
The classification of crosssections have to be determined before all the ULS checks of members, crosssections and webs (rows 18 to 21). Lh, buckling length of members for nonsway mode
[Annex E]
Lb
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[2.3.2.4]
I V.b Static equilibrium (1) For the verification of static equilibrium, destabilizing (unfavourable) actions shall be represented by upper design values and stabilizing (favourable) actions by lower design values. (2) For stabilizing effects, only those actions which can reliably be assumed to be present in the situation considered shall be included in the relevant combination. (3) Variable actions should be applied where they increase the destabilizing effects but omitted where they would increase the stabilizing effects (> = 0, in table III.8). (4) Account should be taken of the possibility that nonstructural elements might be omitted or removed. (5) For building structures, the normal partial safety factor given in table .8 of chapter apply to permanent actions (YG = 1,0 if favourable actions). (6) Where uncertainty of the value of a geometrical dimension significantly affects the verification of static equilibrium, this dimension shall be represented in this verification by the most unfavourable value that it is reasonably possible for it to reach. I V.c Load arrangements and load cases
r v . c l Generalities (1) Load arrangements which may be applied to buildings are provided in chapter ULb. (2) Load cases (see chapter ni.c) may be established according to two procedures to study structures submitted to actions: a general procedure presented in flowchart FC 3.1 (chapter ) or, a particular procedure presented in flowchart FC 3.2 (chapter ) which is applicable for braced or nonsway buildings because such structure may be studied by first order elastic global analysis. (3) Two types of load cases shall be considered: load cases for Serviceability Limit States and, load cases for Ultimate Limit States, where differences are related to combination rules: see table .7 for SLS combinations of actions see table .8 for ULS combinations of actions rv.c.2 Frame imperfections [5.2.5.3 (4)] (1) In case of braced frame global imperfections are not necessary for the design of the braced frame itself but they shall be taken into account in the design of the bracing system (see chapter XII). (2) In case of nonsway frame global imperfections are needed for the design of the frame. [5.2.4.1 (l)] (3) Appropriate allowances shall be incorporated to cover the effects of practical imperfections, including residual stresses and geometrical imperfections such as lack of vertically, lack of straightness due to welding or lack of fit and the unavoidable minor eccentricities present in practical connections. [5.2.4.3 (l)] (4) The effects of imperfections shall be allowed for in frame analysis by means of :  an equivalent geometric imperfection in the form of an initial sway imperfection or,  equivalent horizontal forces according to table IV.3, either method is permissible. (5) As shown in table IV.3 the initial sway imperfections of a frame are directly proportionate to the relevant applied vertical loads of each load case. Therefore global imperfections of a frame should be calculated for each load case.
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Table IV.3
ECCS 65 table 5 J
tel
Fi
Fi
'
l i l i 
'
(Fi + F2)
(Fi + F2)
[5.2/4.3 (4)] (6) The initial sway imperfections apply in all horizontal directions but need only be. considered in one direction at a time. The table IV.4 gives the numerical values for :
[form. (5.2)]
= k c ks 0 where
=
55'
V nr
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Table IV.4
ECCS n65 table 5.6
nc = 4
n=5
!!<;=,
1/200
1/220
1/230
1/240
1/280
ns = 2
1/240
1/260
1/275
1/285
1/335
ns=3
1/275
1/300
1/315
1/325
1/385
ns = 4
1/300
1/325
1/345
1/355
1/420
nS s = oo
1/445
1/490
1/515
1/535
1/630
I V.e IV.e.l
[5.2.1.1]
(1) The internal forces and moments in a statically determinate structure shall be obtained using statics. (2) The internal forces and moments in a statically indeterminate structure may generally be determined using either: elastic global analysis plastic global analysis (3) Elastic global analysis may be used in all cases. rv.e.2 Effects of deformations (1) The internal forces and moments may generally be determined using either: first order theory, using initial geometry of the structure. second order theory, taking into account the influence of the deformation of the structure. (2) First order theory may be used for the global analysis in the following cases: braced frames, nonsway frames, design methods which make indirect allowances for secondorder effects. (3) Second order theory may be used for the global analysis in all cases.
[5.2.1.2]
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IV.C.3
[5.2.1.3]
(1) Elastic global analysis shall be based on the assumption that the stressstrain behaviour of the material is linear, whatever the stress level. (2) This assumption may be maintained for both firstorder and secondorder elastic analysis, even where the resistance of a crosssection is based on its plastic resistance (see chapter V about classification of crosssection). (3) In order to determine the internal forces and moments (N, V, M) in braced or nonsway frames, first order elastic global analysis may be used. (4) Following a first order elastic global analysis, the calculated bending moments may be modified by redistributing up to 15% of the peak calculated moment in any member, provided that:  the internal forces and moments in the frame remain in equilibrium with the applied loads and,  all the members in which the moments are reduced have class 1 or 2 crosssections (see chapter V). (5) The load cases should consider specific actions in case of braced or nonsway frames as provided in table IV. 5 (issued from comments on row 15 in flowchart FC 4). Table IV.5 Specific actions for braced or nonsway frames
The first order elastic global analysis of the frame should take into account *^^ actions the horizontal the vertical the global imperfections loads of the frame  types of ^ " ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ loads  frames ^*"""^^ X(b) X 1) bracedframes () 2) nonsway frames ()
[5.2.5.3 (3)] [5.2.5.3 (5)]
Notes : (al braced frames are frames which mav be treated as fully supported laterally bv the bracing system. (b) only the part of horizontal loads which are applied to the frame but not assumed to be transmitted to the bracing system through the floors. (c) no special lateral boundary conditions are considered in the frame modelling. (6) In case of first order elastic global analysis the principle of superposition is applicable because the effects of actions (E, S) are linear functions of the applied actions (F = G, Q, ...) (no  effects and used material with an elastic linear behaviour). The principle of superposition allows to consider a particular procedure to study structure submitted to actions. This procedure illustrated in flowchart FC 3.2 could be more practical because it should simplify the decision of which load case gives the worst effect (see chapter ). For each single characteristic (unfactored) value of load arrangement (Fk) the global analysis of the structure determines characteristic (unfactored) values for the effects of actions : Ek = (,, f,..)k ; Sk = (N, V, , ,..\. AU load cases are defined by relevant combinations of the characteristic (unfactored) values for the effects of actions (E/dSk). AH these load cases directly furnish the design values for the effects of actions (Ed = Oy.h, f,. ; Sd = , V, , ,...) which shall be checked at SLS (Cd limits) and at ULS (Rd resistances). IV.f Verifications at SLS (1) The limiting values for vertical deflections and vibrations of beams are given respectively in chapters Vin.b. 1 and Vin.b.2 (in chapter Vm about members in bending).
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[4.2.2 (4)]
IV.f. 1 Deflections of frames (1) The limiting values for horizontal deflections of frames given in table IV.6 are illustrated by reference to the multistorey and singlestorey frame. Table IV.6 Recommended limits for horizontal deflections Multistorey frame 2 Single storey frame
< hi / 300 2 < h2 / 300 o<h0/500 IV.g Verifications at ULS IV. g. 1 Classification of the frame IV.g.1.1 Hypothesis for braced frame
[5.2.5.3]
Portal frame without gantry cranes < h / 150 Other buildings < h / 300
(1) Examples of bracing system are mentioned in chapter I.b.2 and in chapter . [5.2.5.3 (2)] (2) A steel frame may be classified as braced if the bracing system reduces its horizontal displacements by at least 80 %. (3) For practical presentation of the criterion used to classify a frame as braced reference may be made to comments on row 11 of flowchart FC 4 (see chapter IV.a.2.3). [5.2.5.3 (3)] (4) A braced frame may be treated as fully supported laterally. (5) As the criterion of braced or unbraced frame classification is related to the stiffness of the frame and on hypothetic horizontal loads, the frame should be classified as braced or not independently of load cases. rv.q.1.2 Hypothesis for nonswav frame (1) Examples of sway frames are mentioned in chapter I.b.2. [5.2.5.2] (2) In order to define the criterion used to classify a frame as sway or nonsway reference may be made to comments on row 14 of flowchart FC 4 (see chapter IV.a.2.3). (3) As the criterion of sway or nonsway frame classification depends on the total vertical load, a same frame could be classified as sway according to a load case and as nonsway according to another load case. Therefore the criterion of sway or nonsway frame classification should be checked for each load case.
rv.g.2
[5.1.2(1)]
ULS checks
(1) The frames shall be checked at ultimate limit states for the resistances of crosssections, members and connections. For those ULS checks reference may be made to the following chapters: Classification of crosssections: see chapter V Members in tension: see chapter VI see chapter VH Members in compression: see chapter VIII Members in bending: see chapter LX Members with combined axial force and bending moments: see chapter X Transverse forces on webs: see chapter XI Connections:
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(1) For a designer the usual procedure is to choose a crosssection in such a way that the maximal capacity is not controlled by local buckling but is associated with the bearing load of a particular member of the structure (column, beam, beamcolumn). Therefore the local buckling plays an important role in the design of structural steel. The critical level over which local buckling appears, is defined by the classification of crosssections. (2) For the check of crosssections and members at Ultimate Limit States, the steel cross sections shall be classified. The classification of crosssections allows to evaluate beforehand their behaviour, their ultimate resistance and their deformation capacity, taking into account the possible limits on the resistance due to local buckling of compression elements of crosssections. (3) The classification of crosssections permits (see table V.l): to guide the selection of global analysis of the structure (elastic or plastic global analysis), to determine the criteria to be used for ULS checks of crosssections and members. (4) Four classes of crosssection are defined according to (see chapters V.b and V.c): the slenderness of its compression elements (widthoverthickness ratios of web or flange), the yield strength of the steel and, the applied loading. (5) It is important to precise that the present classification of crosssections is only based on the distribution of normal stresses across the section due to the following separate or combined axial forces and/or bending moments applied to the crosssection: z.Sd ,y
.x.Sd
x.Sd
y"
y.Sd
(6) The present classification of crosssections is not affected by shear forces (Vz.sd.Vy.Sd) The resistance of webs to shear buckling (induced by V^sd) should be checked in chapter VUI.d.2. (7) The flowchart FC 5.1 presents the general procedure to classify I crosssection (see the following page) . More details are given in chapters V.b and V.c. (8) The flowchart FC 5.2 presents a procedure to calculate the effective crosssection properties of class 4 crosssection where local buckling occurs (see the second following page). More details are given in chapter V.c.3.
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rows:
Determine = V 235 / fy Division of the crosssection into elements: web and flanges
Determine the slenderness of element to classify : d/tw, c/tf,... J ( Type of loading on element to classify J
I Compression ;
Ncomp.
1 Bending
M
^ C l a s s 1 or 2 element^ X (*) /
^ C l a s s 1 or 2 element \
yes 10 h
Class 3 element ?
to*)
i lyes s
Class 3 element ?
(*) no
l>
(**)
10
no
11
Note :
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Approximate method assuming all elements of the crosssection at Ultimate Limit States: the maximal compressive stress in each element is equal to yield strength (fy).
rows: 1
rows:
r~
'
Compression
Ncomp.
"JL
I
"f
A
Bending M
Bisymmetrical crosssection ? Calculate effective moment of inertia Ieff Calculate shift of centroidal axis Calculate the lowest effective section modulus Wefr
7 8
9 10
9 10
11
11
Effective properties:
12
12
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[5.3.2]
V.b
(1) Four classes of crosssections are defined, as follows: Class 1 crosssections are those which can form a plastic hinge with the rotation capacity required for plastic analysis. Class 2 crosssections are those which can develop their plastic moment resistance, but have limited rotation capacity. Class 3 crosssections are those in which the calculated stress in the extreme compression fibre of the steel member can reach its yield strength, but local buckling is liable to prevent development of the plastic moment resistance. Class 4 crosssection s are those in which it is necessary to make explicit allowances for the effects of local buckling when determining their moment resistance or compression resistance. (2) Table V. 1 recapitulates the characteristics of each class of crosssection in case of simplysupported beam. (3) The ultimate resistance of crosssections and of members submitted to bending and/or compression, depends on class of crosssections and is based on the following properties (see table V.l): Distribution of stresses across the section
[5.3.4 (2)]
Class 1 or 2  full plastic distribution  at the level of yield strength Class 3  elastic distribution  with yield strength reached in the extreme fibres  elastic distribution across the effective section taking into account local buckling  with yield strength reached in the extreme fibres.
[5.3.4(3)]
YMO
[5.3.5]
Class 4
YM1
[5.3.4(4)] [5.3.4(5)]
(4) When elastic global analysis is used, particular exemptions to these rules may be made for the following specific cases: when yielding first occurs on the tension side of the neutral axis, when the crosssection is composed of class 2 compression flange and class 3 web. Those exemptions are not considered in the handbook and reference may be made to Eurocode 3 Part 1.1 (HI).
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Table V.l
^qTTjpjjj^
1
Global analysis of structures
Class
Behaviour model
Design resistance
PLASTIC across full section
M Mpt
buckling
7 ^ local
fy
M Mpi
limited
elastic
Wtpt Mei
 Xocal
buckling
fy
none
elastic
Mpi Met
M local buckling
fy
none
elastic
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(1) The classification of a crosssection depends on the proportions of each of its compression elements (widthoverthickness ratios of web or flange), on the yield strength of the material and on the applied loading. (2) Compression elements include every element of a crosssection which is either totally or partially in compression, due to axial force or bending moment, under the load combination considered. (3) In case of combined actions (Nsd and Msd), the limiting proportions for classification of elements are related to the position of plastic or elastic neutral axis (parameters or in tables V.3 and V.4); that position depends on the stresses distribution across the section in equilibrium with the applied design values of (NSd, MSd). Therefore the classification of an element or a crosssection may be different according to the considered combination of actions (, M). (4) In case of elements submitted to tension (Ntension) local buckling is not expected and the concerned elements shall be class 1. V.C.2 Classification of crosssections
[5.3.2(4)]
(1) The various compression elements in a crosssection (such as a web or a flange) can, in general, be in different classes. (2) A crosssection is normally classified by quoting the highest (least favourable) class of its compression elements. (3) Alternatively the classification of a crosssection may be defined by quoting both the flange classification and the web classification. For instance, the compression flange of an Isection may be class 1 and its web may be class 3. Then this Isection is class 3. But this Isection may also be defined by quoting its class 1 compression flange and its class 3 web. (4) The determinant dimensions of crosssections for classification are provided in table V.2. (5) In case oil or crosssections, Tsections and channels ( [ ) , the limiting proportions for classification of elements (webs and flanges) are given :  in table V.3, for class 1 and 2  in table V.4, for class 3 (6) In case of rectangular and square hollow sections the limiting proportions for classification of internal flanges are given in table V.6 for class 1,2 and 3. For classification of webs of these sections reference may be made to tables V.3 and V.4. (7) In case of angles and tubular sections the limiting proportions for classification of elements are given in table V.7 for class 1,2 and 3. V.c.3 Properties of class 4 effective crosssections
[5.3.2(8)]
(1) An element of a crosssection (as such a web or a flange) which fails to satisfy the limits for class 3 should be taken as class 4.
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The limiting proportions for class 3 compression elements should be obtained from tables V.4, V.6 or V.7. [5.34(6)] [5.3.2(2)] [5.3.5] (2) When any of the compression elements of a crosssection is class 4 the crosssection shall be designed as a class 4 crosssection. (3) Effective widths may be used in class 4 crosssections to make the necessary allowances for reductions in resistance due to the effects of local buckling. (4) The effective crosssection properties of class 4 crosssections (Aeff, en, Weff.y, Weff^) shall be based on the effective widths of the compression elements. The flowchart FC 5.2 presents an approximate method to determine the effective crosssection properties assuming all elements of the crosssection at Ultimate Limit States : the maximal compressive stress in each element is equal to yield strength, fy. (5) The effective properties of class 4 crosssections may be obtained from table V.8 or from Eurocode 3 (J2f) for other cases. (6) In general the determination of the effective width of a class 4 element may be carried out as follows (see [5.3.5(3)] of EC3) : a) determination of buckling factor k 0 corresponding to the stress ratio (see [table 5.3.2] and [table 5.3.3] of EC3), b) calculation of the plate slenderness ; given by :
in which t
k
=
b
is the relevant thickness of the elements, is the buckling factor corresponding to the stress ratio , 235 (with f in N/mm2),
y
is the appropriate width as follows : b= d for webs, b= b for internal flange elements (except RHS), b= b  3t for flanges of RHS, b= c for outstand flanges, b= b = h or for equalleg angles, for unequalleg angles.
c)
calculation of reduction factor with the following approximation ([formula (5.11)] ofEC3): . when <, 0,673 : = 1 (0,22) .when > 0 , 6 7 3 : p=> _ 2 '
d)
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(7) For cases proposed in table V.8 the effective crosssectional data may be determined as follows : a) calculation of according to table V.8, b) calculation of according to the formula given in V.c.3(6) c), c) determination of effective zones of class 4 elements according to table V.8. (8) It is important to mention that only class 4 compression elements (web and/or flange) shall have effective width. For instance, HEA 500 crosssection in S 460 steel grade subject to uniform compression, has a class 1 flange and a class 4 web; therefore the effective area (Aeff) issued from table V.8 is composed of full flanges and an effective web. ECCS n65 (9) Where the stresses Osd from effective crosssectional data are less than fy, the plate 5.3.5(5) slenderness may be decreased by , which may cause an increase of the effective width. [5.3.5(6)] (10) Generally the centroidal axis of the effective crosssection will shift by a dimension e compared to the centroidal axis of the gross crosssection. This should be taken into account when calculating the properties of the effective crosssection. Examples are given in table V. 10. (11) When the crosssection is subject to an axial force, the method given in chapter IX.d.1.4 should be used to take account of the additional moment given by : AM = N e N where eN is the shift of the centroidal axis when the effective crosssection is subject to uniform compression (single N), is positive for compression.
[5.3.5(7)]
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V.d [5.3.1(2)]
(1) Because elastic global analysis is used for braced or nonsway frames (see chapter IV.e), any class of crosssection may be used for the members, provided that the design of the members takes into account the possible limits on the resistance of crosssection due to local buckling (see table V.l). (2) The class of a crosssection may specifically be determined according to the applied loading :  for crosssections subject to compression, see chapter V.d.l,  for crosssections subject to bending, see chapter V.d.2,  for crosssections subject to combined (N, M), see chapter V.d.3. Vd.l Classification of crosssections in compression
(1) For crosssections submitted to uniform compression (Nx.sd) two steps are required for classification: 1) if using the plastic compression resistance of the crosssection, the limiting proportions for class 3 sections shall be met for class 3 flange and web submitted to single Ncompression: see tables V.4, V.6 or V.7; the crosssectional area A shall be used. 2) if an element of the crosssection fails to satisfy the limits for class 3 it should be taken as class 4. The occurence of local buckling in that element should be considered in calculating the effective crosssectional area : Aeff (see table V.8). In the case of class 4 monosymmetrical crosssection the shift of the relevant centroidal axis (eN) should also be calculated. Vd.2 Classification of crosssection in bending
(1) For crosssections submitted to bending moments (My.sd, Mz.sd) three steps are required for classification : 1) if using the plastic moment resistance of the crosssection, the limiting proportions for class 2 sections shall be met for class 2 flange and web submitted to bending moments (single My.sd and/or single M^sd) ' see tables V.3, V.6 or V.7; the plastic section modulus Wpi shall be used. 2) if using the elastic moment resistance of the crosssection, the limiting proportions for class 3 sections shall be met for class 3 flange and web submitted to bending moments (single My.sd and/or single M^sd) : see tables V.4, V.6 or V.7; the elastic section modulus Wei shall be used. 3) if an element of the crosssection fails to satisfy the limits for class 3 sections it should be taken as class 4. The occurence of local buckling in that element should be considered in calculating the effective section modulus of the crosssection when subject only to bending moment about the relevant axis (Weff.y from single My.sd; Weff.z from single Mz.sd) (see table V.8).
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Vd.3
(1) For crosssections submitted to combined axial load (Nx.sd) and bending moments (My.sd Mz.sd) three steps are required for classification: 1) if using the plastic moment resistance of the crosssection, the limiting proportions for class 2 sections shall be met for class 2 flange and web submitted to combined axial load and bending moments ((Ncompression or Ntention) and (My.sd and/or Mz.Sd)) : see table V.3, V.6 or V.7; the crossseconal area A and the plastic section modulus Wpi shall be used. if using the elastic moment resistance of the crosssection, the limiting proportions for class 3 sections shall be met for class 3 flange and web submitted to combined axial load and bending moments ((Ncompression or Ntention) and (My.Sd and/or Mz.Sd)) : see table V.4, V.6 or V.7; the crossseconal area A and the elastic section modulus Wei shall be used. if an element of the crosssection fans to satisfy the limits for class 3 sections it should be taken as class 4. The occurence of local buckling in that element should be considered in calculating the effective section properties (see table V.8) : Aeff : the effective area of the crosssection subject to uniform compression (single Nx.sd); in the case of class 4 monosymmetrical crosssection: e N (= eNy> eNz): the shift of the relevant centroidal axis when the crosssection is subject to uniform compression (single Nx.sd); Weff (=Weff.y, Weff.z) : the effective section modulus of the crosssection when subject only to bending moment about the relevant axis (single My.sd, single Mz.sd) (2) Difficulties are met to determine immediately the class of an element submitted to combined (N, M) loading because the classification depends on the design values of the applied axial load Nsd and the bending moment Msd which are obtained from global analysis of the structure. The limiting proportions for classification are related to the position of plastic or elastic neutral axis (parameters or ); that position depends on stresses distribution across the section in equilibrium with those design values of (Nsd, M$d) Therefore the classification of an element or a crosssection may be different according to the considered combination of actions (, M). Then assumptions of class should be tried and verified with the results issued from the global analysis. (3) The class of crosssection submitted to combined (Nsd* Msd) loading could simply be determined in taking into account more severe loading which allows an easier evaluation of the elements class. If the limiting proportions are met and correspond to a satisfying class, complex calculations (positioning of neutral axis) should have been avoided. Two examples illustrate this proposal : in case of web submitted to Ncompression and My. sd, it is easier to classify firstly the web submitted to Ncompression>(see tables V.4, V.6 or V.7), in case of web submitted to Ntension and My.sd, it is easier to classify firstly the web submitted to single My^sd(see tables V.3, V.4, V.6 or V.7).
2)
3)
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(4) In case of I or Hsections submitted to bending about major axis (Mysd) and axial load (Nx.sd). the classification of the web may be determined with table V.9 by comparison of the applied design axial load (Nx.sd) with the given limiting axial load (in compression or in tension). The table V.9 should be used (/9/) : firstly by check of the limiting ratios between the applied axial load Nx.sd and the plastic load of the web (= Awfy), to determine if the web is class 1 or class 2 (in this case the ultimate limit state is based on plastic distribution of stresses across the section); and if limits for class 2 are not met, by check of the limiting ratios between the applied axial load Nx.Sd and the plastic load of the full section (= A.fy), to determine if the web is class 3 or class 4 (in this case ultimate limit state is based on elastic distribution of stresses across the section).
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Table V.2
 Webs (internal elements perpendicular to axis of bending)(see tables V.3 and V.4)
JS
Axis of bending t .__d
^W
*)
_h
d_.
IW
d = h  3t (t = tf = t j
Rolled sections  Outstand flanges (see tables V.3, V.4 and V.5) :
Welded sections
I * j fc 1
in
*
i,
c **)
c **)
Rolled sections
Welded sections
 Internal flange elements (internal elements parallel to axis of bending)(see table V.6) :
TT
Axis of tending
.1
t .
\
i
%
Welded sections
Ml
*) **) For a welded section the clear web depth d is measured : . between welds for section classification . between flanges for shear calculations (see chapter VIII) For welded sections the outstand dimension c is measured from the toe of the weld.
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Classification of crosssection : limiting widthtothickness ratios for class 1 & class 2 I c rosssec tions submitted to different types of loading Class 1 Class 2 Stresses Web Flange distribution for Web Flange class 1 & class 2 oltt< c/tf d/tw* d/tw* I + I fy N 33 R 10 38 9 10 83 W R 9 10 9 10 >0,5 456 131 W R W R 10 11 10 11 W R 10 11 R 11
1
+ +
L
fy
W R 72
EEf7'

comp.  My
5
1 fy
N
N.M.
W R
9 10
10 11
Ntcns.  My
"dHi
S.My
a<0,5
36
9 10
10 11 10 /
iy
Ncomp. "
33 W 9 10/
38 W R
Ntens. 
fy
Values of d, t w , c, and tf + : stresses in compression are defined in table V.2  : stresses in tension fy (N/mm2)
W 9/ V^ 10 / R = rolled sections ; W = welded sections 235 460 275 355 420 0,92 0,96 0,81 0,84 0,75 0,78 0,71 0,74
= ^2357
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Classification of crosssection : limiting widthtothickness ratios for class 3 I crosssections submitted to diffrent types of loading Stresses Class 3 distribution for Web Flange class 3 d/u g/tfjj iw ^ I + I fy R 15 N 42 W iE
l + l fv
14 15
M,
~+*sMy
R 124 W R W >1 : R W
14
23 /057
M,

42
(lfy< )
2^057
15 14
N comp. " M y
Ntens. M .
d.__
^ 7fy./V ^
R
W
?
15 14
23/^~()
^
 ^
comp. " M z
flFf5"
42 W /?
Ntenc  M ,
H 9
fy, 114
21 w
^\MZ
23()
= ^2357
2 B ^jk^(a) R = rolled sections; W = welded sections ko is defined in table V.5 235 275 355 420 460 0,92 0,81 0,75 0,71 0,96 0,84 0,78 0,74
Table V.5 kc
Buckling factor k0 for outstand flanges Stress distribution (compression positive) kc Stress distribution (compression positive)
1,0 0,9 0,8 0,7 0,6 0,5 0,4 0,3 0,2 0,1 0,0 +0,0 +0,1 +0,2 +0,3 +0,4 +0,5 +0,6 +0,7 +0,8 +0,9 + 1,0 Note 1
0,85 0,82 0,78 0,75 0,72 0,69 0,67 0,64 0,61 0,59 0,57
M
23,80 20,05 16,64 Compression 13,58 10,86 8,48 6,44 4,74 3,38 2,37 1,70 Compression 1,70 1,31 1,07 0,90 0,78 0,69 0,61 0,56 0,51 0,47 0,43 G21
Compression
(c)
0,57 0,55 0,53 0,51 0,50 0,48 0,47 0,46 0,45 0,44 0,43
Compression
L
J
\
"
, .w
\
'l
\
........................ ;
(b)
(d)
= 2/
and
Note 2 :
The diagram shows a rolled section. For welded members the outstand dimension c is measured from the toe of the weld (see table V.2).
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Table V.6 C lassification of crosssection : limiting widthtothickness ratios for internal flange elements submitted to different types of loading Type of loading Stresses distribution classes 1,2 and 3
1 h
1 1
+
~
fy
N compression
!
I 1  ! r
b/tf
<42 class 2
]fy
internal flange
r>
M
]fy
internal flange
i V
+/  * ^
\ J
R O
(b3tf)/tf b/tf
<42 <42
Values of b and tf are defined in table V.2 + : stresses m compression  : stresses in tension fy (N/mm 2 ) 235 R = rolled hollow sections O = other sections 275 0,92 0,96 355 0,81 0,84 420 0,75 0,78 460 0,71 0,74
= /23573
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Table V.7 : Classification of crosssection : limiting widthtothickness ratios for angles and tubular sections submitted to different types of loading Angles Note : this table does not apply to angles in continuous contact with other components Type of loading Stresses distribution class 1 h/t < 10 class 2 h/t < 11 class 3 h / t < 15 and b+h 2t
]*
N,compression
< 11,5
M and, (, M)
see table V.3 (classes 1 and 2) and table V.4 (class 3) with limiting widthtothickness ratios concerning outstand flanges. Tubular sections
Type of loading compression M and, (N,M) Values of h, b, t and d are defined in table V.2
fy (N/mm2) ( i f t 40 m m ) = ^235/f 3 ( i f 40 m m < t < 100 m m ) 2 ( i f t ^40 m m )
class 1
class 2
class 3
d/t <
50 2
70 2
90 2
+ : stresses in compression
235
275
0,92 0,96 0,85 0,92
355
0,81 0,84 0,66 0,70
420
0,75 0,78 0,56 0,60
460
0,71 0,74 0,51 0,55
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Table V.8 Effective crosssectional data for symmetrical profiles (class 4 crosssections) Members in compression (N) gross crosssection
'
effective crosssection
V,.".
b 1 t. 56,8
ft
Aeff
1 b . 18,6
^
u
s>_
 +
1
Il Il Il
tf
II II II *"
t. 56,8
Aeff
b 1 t 138,8 T b 1 . 18,6
b
b
_b> ^
'4P<Dib
=t' '
6 p
b 4(
weff
kl
b 1 . 21,4
 :
Weff
b 1 . 138,8 b 1 . 56,8
T p ' b fb
ft
3D
Weff
' 6 P+ b
235
275
fy (N/mrn^) = ^/23575 (if t < 40 mm) (if 40 mm < t < 100 mm)
420
460 0,71
0,74
0,92 0,96
0,75
0,78
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Table V.9
Limiting values of axial load Nsjfor web classification of I crosssections 1 subject to axial load NSd and to bending according to major axis Mysd Nsd/(A w .fy) for Classi web
)
Coefficient dl(tw.e) 32 34 36 38 40 42 44 46 48 50 52 54 56 58 60 62 64 66 68 70
O
HH
CA CA
S cu
O
~~
74 76 78 80
85 90 95 100 105 110 115 120 "24 125 130 135 140 145 150
83
z o
HH
co
0,946 0,846 0,757 0,677 0,604 0,538 0,478 0,423 0,372 0,325 0,282 0,242 0,204 0,169 0,136 0,106 0,077 0,050 0,024 0,000 0,023 0,045 0,077 0,100 0,133 0,153 0,200 0,242 0,280 0,314 0,345 0,374 0,400 0,419 0,424 0,446 0,467 0,486 0,503 0,520
L_
HH
c W
0,908 0,824 0,748 0,679 0,615 0,557 0,503 0,453 0,407 0,363 0,323 0,285 0,250 0,217 0,186 0,156 0,128 0,102 0,077 0,053 0,031 0,000 0,024 0,078 0,126 0,170 0,210 0,245 0,278 0,308 0,331 0,336 0,362 0,385 0,407 0,428 0,447
O
HH
CA CC
tu O
o CA
0,931 0,868 0,811 0,758 0,709 0,663 0,621 0,582 0,545 0,511 0,479 0,449 0,421 0,394 0,369 0,345 0,322 0.301 0,280 0,252 0,234 0,192 0,155 0,121 0,091 0,063 0,038 0,015 0,000 0,004 0,023 0,040 0,057 0,071 0,085
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COMPRESSION
Table V. 10 Examples of shift of centroidal axis of effective crosssections 1. in case of monosvmmetrical class 4 crosssections submitted to uniform compression
\N compression)
TIJ
1 'N
T
eMi: =
t: = :=0
" 1
II II II
My.Sd
My.Sd
Mf
=*)
Notes : 11 22  elements : ' r noneffective zone of the element, taking into account the occurence of local buckling. centroidal axis of gross crosssection centroidal axis of effective crosssection
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VI Vl.a
(1) For each load case (see chapter ) the global analysis of the frame (see chapter IV) determines the design values for the following internal force which is applied to members in tension and which shall be checked at ultimate limit states :
r
x 
?
&
.y
Nx.Sd
(2) The flowchart FC 6.1 presents the general procedure to check members in tension at ultimate limit states (see the following page). (3) The flowchart FC 6.2 presents the particular procedure to check at ultimate limit states angles connected by one leg and submitted to tension (see the second following page). (4) The table VI. 1 provides a list of the checks to be performed at Ultimate Limit States for the member submitted to axial tension (Ntension) A member shall have sufficient bearing capacity if all the checks (from ( 1 ) to ( 4 ) ) are fulfilled. Several checks (from ( 2 ) to ( 4 ) ) concern particular cases with specific conditions. All the checks have both references to Eurocode 3 and to the design handbook.
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no
Adopt section
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Flowchart (FC 6.2J : /Inpfes connected bv one lee and submitted to tension
rows: \^^^y/ rows:
D
Select stronger section
f
Select angle size (A, An) and steel grade (fy, fu) Determine the design tensile force from global analysis of the structure: Nsd Calculate the design plastic resistance of the gross crosssection : NpRd
.
J
yes
Unequalleg angle connected by its smaller leg ? Consider A* equal to the gross area of the angle (A)
Calculate A* as the gross area of an equivalent equalleg angle of leg size equal to that of the smaller leg
10
Bolted connection
11 12
Type of connection
13
Calculate the design ultimate resistance of the bolted net section or welded gross section:
Nu.Rd
14
Determine the design tension resistance of the crosssection: NuRd = min (NpCRd, Nu.Rd)
Select stronger section c
15
16
Adopt section
16
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Table VI.1
List of checks to be performed at ULS for the member in tension (Ntension) References :
Axial tensile force iV^ Sd ** General case: (1) Resistance of gross crosssection to Nxsd :
[5.4.3 (1)] Nx.sd NpRd (design plastic resistance of the gross crosssection)
Vl.b.l (1)
** Particular cases: (2) Resistance of the net crosssection to Nxsd if holes for fasteners :
[5.4.3 (1)] [5.4.2.2] Nx.Sd N u .Rd (design resistance of the net crosssection considering the net area of a member or element crosssection, A net )
VI.b.2 (1)
(3)
[6.5.2.3 (2)]
Resistance of net crosssection to Nxsd if angle connected by a single row of bolts in one leg:
Nx.Sd N u .R(j (design ultimate resistance of the net crosssection, Aet)
VI.c.l (1)
(4)
[6.6.10(2)] [6.6.10(3)]
considering the following cases for determination of Anet: either, if unequalleg angle connected by its smaller leg: A net = the net section area of an equivalent equalleg angle of leg size equal to that of the smaller leg, or, in other cases (equalleg angle or unequalleg angle connected by its larger leg) : A net = the net section area of the angle Resistance of crosssection to Nxsd if angle connected by welding in one leg:
N x .Sd N u .Rd (design ultimate resistance of the crosssection, A)
VI.C.2 (1)
considering the following cases for determination of A: either, if unequalleg angle connected by its smaller leg: A= the gross crosssection area of an equivalent equalleg angle of leg size equal to that of the smaller leg, or, in other cases (equalleg angle or unequalleg angle connected by its larger leg) : A= the gross crosssection area of the angle VLb VI.b. 1 General verifications at ULS Resistance of gross crosssection to Ntension
(1) For members in axial tension the design value of the tensile force Nx.sd at each crosssection shall be checked for gross section yielding :
[5.4.3 (1)]
Af,
NPRd is the design plastic resistance of the gross crosssection, A fy is the gross crosssection (see table VI.2), is the yield strength (see table II.4), is a partial safety factor (see table 1.2).
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vi,b.2
(1) For members in axial tension the design value of the tensile force Nx.sd at each crosssection shall be checked for net section rupture at holes for fasteners :
I5A3(1)1
N
x.Sd^Nu.Rd =
0*9 A net f
2
[54.2.2]
where Nu.Rd is the design ultimate resistance of the net crosssection, A net is the net area of a member or element crosssection with appropriate deductions for all holes and other openings (see table VI.2), f is the ultimate tensile strength (see table II.4), 7Ki2 is a partial safety factor (see table 1.2). IF Table VL2 Note: Gross and net crosssections A = gross crosssection  Anet = net area of crosssection
*&"rit
l
x.Sd
' i
(f f1 i . r. A = section 33 Anet = smaller of (section 11; section 22) 3) Angles with holes in both legs :
C
; spacing of the centres of the same two holes measured perpendicular to the member axis
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(1) In these particular cases the effects of eccentricities in the connections may be neglected with the following considerations of this chapter. Those considerations should also be given in a similar way to other types of sections connected through outstands such as Tsections ( ) and channels ( [ ). (2) The flowchart FC 6.2 intends to present the particular cases of this chapter. VI.c.l Connection with a single row of bolts
[6.5.2.3 (2)] (1) Angles in tension (N x .sd) connected by a single row of bolts in one leg may be treated as concentrically loaded with the following requirements : for a 1 bolt connection
Nx.sd N u . R d 2,0(e20,5d0)tfu 2
A f x.Sd^N u  R d _ 2 n e t u
YM2
Nx.sd ^ Nu.Rd
_ 3 A n e t f u 2
is the design ultimate resistance of the net section, is the edge distance from the center of a fastener hole to the adjacent edge of the angle (see table VI.4), is the hole diameter, is the material thickness, is the ultimate tensile strength (see table .4), is a partial safety factor (see table 1.2), are reduction factors dependent on the pitch p i (see table VI.3), is the net area of the angle (see table VI.4) :  if unequalleg angle connected by its smaller leg, then A n e t = net section area of an equivalent equalleg angle of leg size equal to that smaller leg,  or, in other cases (equalleg angle or unequalleg angle connected by its larger leg) : A n e t = the net section area of the angle.
Reduction factors & and/k < 2,5 do 0,4 0,5 3,3 do 0,5 3,75 do 0,55 0,6 4,2 do 0,6 >5do 0,7 0,7
For intermediate values of pi the values of 2 and 3 may be determined by linear interpolation.
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Table VL4 1)
Connection of angles t
N.x.Sd
OO
** m
Sf
e
m

II  j j
3)
o
^
e
L
&
\ .
"
A. crosssectional area of the welded angle : 3.1) if unequalleg angle connected by its smaller leg : b
~lr
b^, h
c
I
((((((((((((((((
l i "T {
ffrrrrrrtrrrrrrr.
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VI.C.2 [6.6.10(2)]
Connection bv welding
(1) Angles in tension (Nx.sd) welded by one leg may be treated as concentrically loaded with the following assumptions : N x .sd^N u.Rd where Nu.Rd A Af,
YMO
is the design ultimate resistance of the crosssection, is the crosssectional area of the angle (see table VI.4) :  if unequalleg angle welded by its smaller leg then A = the gross crosssection area of an equivalent equalleg angle of leg size equal to that of the smaller leg,  or, in other cases (equalleg angle or unequalleg angle welded by its larger leg) : A = the gross crosssection area of the angle, is the yield strength (see table .4), is a partial safety factor (see table 1.2).
fy YMO
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VJl.a
(1) For each !oad case (see chapter ) the global analysis of the frame (see chapter IV) determines the design value for the following internal force which is applied to members in compression and which shall be checked at ultimate limit states:
i

3*

..y
X
x.Sd
&
(2) The flowchart FC 7 presents the general procedure to check members in compression at ultimate limit states (see the following page).
(3) The table VILI provides a list of the checks to be performed at Ultimate Limit States for the member submitted to axial compression (Ncompression) A member shall have sufficient bearing capacity if all the checks (from (J)(l) to (J)(9)) are fulfilled. Several checks (from (T)(3) to ( 9 ) ) concern particular cases with specific conditions. All the checks have both references to Eurocode 3 and to the design handbook.
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Flowchart (FC 1) : Members in compression (Ncompression) Determine ULS load cases J ULS checks
C !T~ , . r .^ \ \ 7 ^ Select stronger section
rows: 1
Determine the design tensile force from global analysis of the structure: Nsd J i Classify the crosssection in compression J
I
T
/
V
'
\ r
1
J
Class 1, 2 or 3 crosssection I Class of crosssection Calchiate the design compression resistance of the crosssection: NcRd
)
'
Class 4 crosssection
L
X
Nsd < NcRd yes j
Buckling resistance of the member Determine the buckling length Lb of the member for each axis : Lb.y, Lb.z Class of crosssection J
Calculate the shift of centroidal axis: e^ Determine additional bending moment = . e N to be checked with (N,M) interaction
Z
s
__J"
1 r*
Calculate the nondimensional slenderness ratio the member for each buckling axis: y, Q Multiply y and by V )
C
t
j,
'
1
I Determinere reduction factor for each buckling axis: , J Calculate the design buckling resistance of the member Nb.Rd for each buckling axis: Nby.F(d, Nbz.Rd Multiply Nby.Rd and Nbz.Rd by J <^NSd < min(Nby.Rd, Nbz.Rd)^>yes j
no
r
I
Is
23
Adopt section J
24
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Table VILI
() Axia compressive force N* M : ** General cases: (1) Resistance of crosssection to Nxsd '
[544(1)J Nx.Sd Nc.Rd (design compression resistance of the crosssection J
References :
(2)
[5.5.1.1 (1)J [Annex G] [Annex G]
[54.8.3 (2)]
and, Nx.sd ^ design torsional buckling resistance of member and, Nx.sd ^ design flexuraltorsional buckling resistance of member ** Particular cases: (3) Resistance of crosssection to Nxsd, if class 4 monosymmetrical crosssection: interaction (Nx.sd, AMy.sd, AMz.sd) ^ 1
w h e r e A M s d = N X .sdeN (= additional moment due to the eccentricity of the centroidal axis of the effective crosssection, eN)
Vn.d.l (1)
Vn.d.2 (1)
*0and,
Vn.d.2 (2)
(6)
[6523 (2)]
Resistance of net crosssection to Nxsd if angle connected by a single row of bolts in one leg:
N x .Sd Nud (design ultimate resistance of the net crosssection, ,,^)
Vn.e.l.l(l)
considering the following cases for determination of Anet:  either, if unequalleg angle connected by its smaller leg: Anet = the net section area of an equivalent equalleg angle of leg size equal to that of the smaller leg, or, in other cases (equalleg angle or unequalleg angle connected by its larger leg) : Anet = the net section area of the angle (checks nr to be continued)
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References :
** Particular cases: (continuation) (7) Stability of member to Nx_sd if angle connected by a single row of bolts in one leg:
[6.5.2.3 (3)] N x .Sd Nb.Rd (design flexural buckling resistance of the member considering the gross crosssectional area of the angle, A) w i t h Nbjid ^ N u .Rd (design ultimate resistance of the net crosssection presented in (6))
(8)
[6.6.10(2)] [6.6.10(3)]
Vn.e.2.1 (1)
considering the following cases for determination of A: either, if unequalleg angle connected by its smaller leg: A= the gross crosssection area of an equivalent equalleg angle of leg size equal to that of the smaller leg, or, in other cases (equalleg angle or unequalleg angle connected by its larger leg) : A= the gross crosssection area of the angle (9) Stability of member to Nxsd if angle connected by welding in one leg:
Nx.Sd Nbj^d (designflexuralbuckling resistance of the member considering the gross crosssectional area of the angle, A)
[6.6.10(3)]
Vn.e.2.2 (1)
VILb
Classification of crosssections
(1) At ultimate limit states the resistance of crosssections may be limited by its local buckling resistance. In order to take into account that limitation the different elements (flange, web) of the crosssections shall be classified according to the rules defined in chapter V. (2) For crosssections submitted to uniform compression (Nx.sd) the classification may specifically be determined according to the procedure defined in chapter V.d.l.
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VILe
[544 (1)]
(1) For members in axial compression, the design value for the compressive force Nx.sd at each crosssection shall satisfy:
N
[form. (5.16)]
Nx.Sd ^
cRd
is the design compression resistance of the gross crosssection, is the design plastic resistance of the crosssection, is the area of the gross crosssection, is the effective area of the crosssection (see chapter V), is the yield strength (see table .4), are partial safety factors (see table 1.2).
[5.44 (5)]
(2) Fastener holes need not to be allowed for in compression members, except for oversize and slotted holes. VII.C.2 Stability of member to Nmpiession (1) The stability of members submitted to concentrical compressive force shall be checked according to the following buckling modes : flexural buckling, torsional buckling and flexuraltorsional buckling. VII.c.2.1 Resistance toflexuralbuckling
(1) The compression members shall be checked to flexural buckling mode (buckling by plane bending) according to both principal axes of the section (major axis: yy; minor axis: zz) with the appropriate buckling lengths (Lb.y, LD.z). [53.1.1 (l)] (2) For members in axial compression the design value of the compressive force Nx.sd shall satisfy: Nb Rd depending on classes of crosssection:
[form. (5.45)1
N
X.Sd ^ Nby.Rd
Class 1, 2 or 3 _ Xy A f y
_ XZ A f y
Class 4 _ Xy Aeff fy
_ XZ Aeff f y
Nx.Sd ^ Nbz.Rd
where N ^ j ^ , N b ^ R d , Nbjid are the design buckling resistances of compression member about y and axes, and in general, Xy, Xz are the reduction factors for the buckling mode about y and axes, A is the area of the gross crosssection, Aeff is the effective area of the crosssection (see chapter V), is the yield strength (see table .4), 1 is a partial safety factor (see table 1.2).
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[5.5.1.2 (i)] (3) For constant axial compression in members of constant crosssection, the value of (Xy> Xz ) is related to the appropriate nondimensional slenderness ( , ) :
[form. (5.46)]
x = f(A) =
2 + ?
, butt <1
where = 0,5[ + (  0 , 2 ) + 2 ] , is an imperfection factor (see table VII.2), depending on the appropriate buckling curve. The buckling reduction factor is given in function of and the appropriate buckling curve in table VII.6. When < 0,2 flexural buckling is not a potential failure mode. Table VH.2 Buckling curve Imperfection factor ao 0,13 Imperfection factors a a 0,21 b 0,34 c 0,49 d 0,76
(4) The appropriate buckling curve of a member depends on the type of crosssection. For hotrolled Isections the buckling curve also depends on steel grades (see table VQ.4). (5) The nondimensional slendernesses (Xy,Xz) shall be taken as:
and
are the buckling lengths of the member about y and axes, are the radius of gyration about the y and axes determined using the properties of the gross crosssection (Iy, Iz and A),
is the Euler slenderness for buckling (see table VII. 3), is a factor considering the effect of local buckling if class 4 cross section: A=l
D _ Aeff
Va ue of Euler slenderness Xj S 235 93,91 S 275 86,81 S 355 76,41 S 420 70,25 S 460 67,12
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Selection of buckling curve for a crosssection Limits Buckling about axis Buckling curves for steel grades S 235 S 420 S 460 to S 355 a b b c b c d d a a b b b b d d b c c d a ao ao a a a a
c c
Rolled Isections :
with h/b > 1,2 and : . tf ^ 4 0 mm . 40<tf < 100 mm with h/b <, 1,2 and : tf 100 mm
yy zz yy zz yy zz
y_
^u
with any h/b and tf > 100 mm Welded Isections
yy zz yy zz yy zz
y
E
+
if tf <, 40 mm
if tf > 40 mm
any
any
yy zz
c c
+
f
/
+
* s >
h/tw < 30
iL
any
Note : *) fyb is the basic yield strength of the flat steel material before cold forming
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[5.5.1.5 (i)] (6) The buckling length Lb O^b.y Lb.z) of a compression member with both ends effectively [5.5.1.5 (2)] held in position laterally may conservatively be taken as equal to its system length L; or alternatively, the buckling length may be determined using informative Annex E of Eurocode 3. Buckling lengths of columns in a nonsway mode are provided in table VII.5 for different boundary conditions.
Table VH.5
2L
x.Sd
x.Sd
N,sd
0,7 L
H
N x.Sd
0,5 L
[5.8.3]
(7) For angles in compression (Nx.sd) connected with appropriate fixity (at least two bolts if bolted) the eccentricities may be neglected if following effective slenderness ratios ^ are used to determine the design buckling resistance (Nb.Rd) of compression angles. buckling about the axis:
Kf.v =0,35+0,7
. = 0,50 + 0,7 Xy . = 0 , 5 0 + 0,7
where , , are nondimensional slenderness ratios respectively about w axis, yy axis and zz axis (axes are defined in table 0.1).
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[table 5.5.2]
If
Table VH.6
a o
a
1,0000 0,9775 0,9528 0,9243 0,8900 0,8477 0,7957 0,7339 0,6656 0,5960 0,5300 0,4703 0,4179 0,3724 0,3332 0,2994 0,2702 0,2449 0,2229 0,2036 0,1867 0,1717 0,1585 0,1467 0,1362 0,1267 0,1182 0,1105 0,1036
b
1,0000 0,9641 0,9261 0,8842 0,8371 0,7837 0,7245 0,6612 0,5970 0,5352 0,4781 0,4269 0,3817 0,3422 0,3079 0,2781 0,2521 0,2294 0,2095 0,1920 0,1765 0,1628 0,1506 0,1397 0,1299 0,1211 0,1132 0,1060 0,0994
c
1,0000 0,9491 0,8973 0,8430 0,7854 0,7247 0,6622 0,5998 0,5399 0,4842 0,4338 0,3888 0,3492 0,3145 0,2842 0,2577 0,2345 0,2141 0,1962 0,1803 0,1662 0,1537 0,1425 0,1325 0,1234 0,1153 0,1079 0,1012 0,0951
d
1,0000 0,9235 0,8504 0,7793 0,7100 0,6431 0,5797 0,5208 0,4671 0,4189 0,3762 0,3385 0,3055 0,2766 0,2512 0,2289 0,2093 0,1920 0,1766 0,1630 0,1508 0,1399 0,1302 0,1214 0,1134 0,1062 0,0997 0,0937 0,0882
0 , 2 0 , 3 0 , 4 0 , 5 0 , 6 0 , 7 0 , 8 0 , 9 1 , 0 1 . 1 1 , 2 1 , 3 1 , 4 1 , 5 1 , 6 1 , 7 1 , 8 1 , 9 2 , 0 2 , 1 2 , 2 2 , 3 2 , 4 2 , 5 2 , 6 2 , 7 2 , 8 2 , 9 3 , 0
1,0000 0,9859 0,9701 0,9513 0,9276 0,8961 0,8533 0,7961 0,7253 0,6482 0,5732 0,5053 0,4461 0,3953 0,3520 0,3150 0,2833 0,2559 0,2323 0,2117 0,1937 0,1779 0,1639 0,1515 0,1404 0,1305 0,1216 0,1136 0,1063
Vlf,C,2
[5.5.1.1 (3)] (1) In some cases the torsional or flexuraltorsional buckling modes may govern. Reference may be made to the Annex G of Eurocode 3 which is not officially available yet
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VILd Particular verifications at ULS for class 4 monosymmetrical crosssection (1) This chapter concerns monosymmetrical crosssections (channels ([), Tsections (T) and angles (L): see table 0.1) which are class 4 in uniform compression. (2) Monosymmetrical class 4 effective crosssection subject to uniform compression induces a shift of the centroidal axis eN (see chapter V). An additional bending moment due to that eccentricity of the centroidal axis eN shall be taken into account:
[5.3.5 (7)]
AMSd = Nx.Sd e N (3) The criteria presented in this chapter VILd may be used for uniaxial and biaxial bending. VTLd. 1 Resistance of crosssection to Ncompression (1) For members of class 4 monosymmetrical crosssection submitted to axial compression, the design values of the compressive force Nx.sd combined with bending moment AMsd shall satisfy in each crosssection: interaction (NX;Sd,AMy,Sd,AMz.Sd) 1 where the interaction formula is given in chapter LX.d. 1.4 AMy.sd = Nx.sd eNy is the additional bending moment about major axis due to the eccentricity of the centroidal axis y (eNy) of the effective crosssection subject to uniform compression Nx.sd, AMz.sd = Nx.sd eNz, is the additional bending moment about minor axis due to the eccentricity of the centroidal axis (eNz) of the effective crosssection subject to uniform compression Nx.sdVn.d.2 Stability Of member tO Ncompression (1) For members of class 4 monosymmetrical crosssection submitted to axial compression, the design value of the compressive force Nx.sd combined with bending moment AMsd shall satisfy:
[54.4(3)]
[5.4.8.3]
[5.5.4 (5)]
interaction (N xSd ,AM y<Sd ,AM zSd )< 1 where the interaction formula is given in table IX.6 (see chapter IX.d.2.2), AMy.Sd = Nx.sd eNy (see VII.d.l), AMz.sd = Nx.sd eNz (see VHd.1). (2) If there is an eccentricity of the centroidal axis about major axis y (eNy), then it induces an additional bending moment about major axis (AMy.sd) m that case, if the appropriate nondimensional slenderness >0,4 (see chapter VIILe.2), then lateraltorsional buckling is a potential failure mode and a supplementary check has to be taken into account as follows interaction (N X S d ,AM y Sd ,AM z Sd ) < 1 where the interaction formula is given in table IX.7 (see chapter LX.d.2.2), AMy.sd = Nx.sd eNy (see VILd. 1), AMz.sd = Nx.sd eNz (seeVn.d.l).
[55.2(7)]
[5.5.4(6)]
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(1) In these particular cases the effects of eccentricities in the connections may be neglected thanks to the following considerations of chapter VII.e. Those considerations should also be given in a similar way to other types of sections connected through outstands such as Tsections (T) and channels ([). VILe. 1 Connection with a single row of bolts VILe.1.1 Resistance of crosssection to Ncompression
[6.5.2.3 (2)] (1) Angles in compression (Nx.sd) connected by a single row of bolts in one leg may be treated as concentrically loaded with the following requirements:
N x.Sd <u.Rd
where Nu.Rd is the design ultimate resistance of net crosssection (see chapter VLc. 1). VILe.1.2 Stability of member to Ncompression [6.5.2.3 (3)] (1) For angles in axial compression connected by a single row of bolts in one leg , the design value of the compressive force Nx.sd shall satisfy:
x.Sd < N b.Rd
where Nb.Rd is the design buckling resistance of the compression angle (see chapter VII.c.2.1 (2)), where the gross crosssectional area of the angle (A) is used, Nu.Rd is the design ultimate resistance of net crosssection (see chapter VI.c.l), where the net area of the angle (Anet) is used. VII.e.2 Connection by welding VU.e2.1 Resistance of crosssection to N. compression
[6.6.10 (3)] (1) Angles in compression (Nx.sd) welded by one leg may be treated as concentrically loaded with the following requirements:
x.Sd < N u.Rd
where NuRd is the design ultimate resistance of crosssection (see chapter VI.c.2). , e,2,2 Stability of member to Ncompression [6.6.10 (3)] (1) For angles in axial compression welded by one leg , the design value of the compressive force Nx.sd shall satisfy: x.Sd < N b.Rd where ND.Rd is the design buckling resistance of the compression angle (see chapter Vfl.c.2.1 (2)), where the gross crosssectional area of the angle (A) is used.
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VIII
Vlll.a
(1) For each load case (see chapter ) the global analysis of the frame (see chapter IV) determines the design values for the following effects of actions which are applied to members in bending and which shall be checked at serviceability limit states and at ultimate limit states :  For SLS : . vertical deflections (), . vibrations (f)  For ULS : separate or combined shear forces and bending moments :
r

M z.Sd
&
y
vz.sd
M M, ysd
(2) The flowchart FC 8 presents the general procedure to check Isection members in bending at SLS and at ULS (see the following page). (3) The table VIII. 1 provides a list of the checks to be performed at Ultimate Limit States for the member in bending (V; M; (V,M)). A member shall have sufficient bearing capacity if all the checks are fulfilled according to the loading applied to that member. For instance, in the case of loading nr , all checks from ( 1 ) to (D(3) have to be satisfied. Several checks in the table VQI.l concern particular cases with specific conditions. All the checks have both references to Eurocode 3 and to the design handbook. The table VIII. 1 proposes the following loadings applied to the member: Shear force Vsd ' Vy.sd or V^sd Uniaxial bending moment Msd : My.SdOrMz.sd Biaxial bending moments (My <M . M^sd) : My.sdandMz.sd @ Interaction of shear force and uniaxial bending moment (Vsd> Msd )' (Vz.sd andMy.sd) or (Vy.Sd andM^sd) Interaction of shear forces and biaxial bending moments (Vsd> My.sdt M^sd) ' (Vz.sd and My.sd) and (Vy.sd and M^sd)
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Select beam size (A, I, We; Wp/) and steel grade (fy) '
1
SLS checks }
Select stronger section 3
Determine the design shear forces (Vz.Sd ; Vy.sd) and design bending moments (My.sd ; Mz.sd) from the global analysis of the structure
1 ~
4 S 6 7
10 11 12
Calculate design bending moment resistance of crosssection McRd for the class of the crosssection

13 14
Si
15 16 17 18 19 20
s
yes
(i
culate Mv.Rd)
s
8
no
21 22 23 24 25
yes
yes
'!.
J 29
30
(Adopt section if both series ULS and SLS checks are fulfilled^
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Table VIILI ()
List of checks to be performed at ULS for the member in bending according to the applied internal forces and/or moments(V;M;(V,M)) References : Shear force V v : (1) Resistance of crosssection to Vsd "
V s d Vpi.Rd (design plastic shear resistance of the crosssection)
[54.6 (1)]
Vm.d.l (1)
(2)
Resistance of crosssection to Vzsd, if web with a group of table VTII.6 fastener holes near the end of a beam :
V z .Sd ^ Veff.Rd (design value of the effective resistance to block shear)
(3)
(5)
Uniaxial bending moment Mw : (1) Resistance of crosssection to MsdM s d ^ McRd (design uniaxial bending moment resistance of the crosssection)
(2)
(3)
Biaxial bending moments (My sd. Mz <? ,/) : (1) Resistance of crosssection to (Mysd, Mzsd)' interaction (My.sd , Mz.sd) ^ 1, for class 1 and 2 crosssection for class 3 crosssection for class 4 crosssection (2) Stability of member to (My_sd, Mzsd)' interaction (My.sd Mz.sd) ^ 1, for class 1 and 2 crosssection for class 3 crosssection for class 4 crosssection (3) Stability of member to Mysd ,if > 0,40 :
My.Sd Mb.Rd (design lateraltorsional buckling resistance moment of the member)
vm.f.1 (i)
LX.d.1.2 (2)
rx.d.1.3 (1)
LX.d. 1.4(1)
vm.f.2 (i)
table .4 table LX.5 table LX.6 Vni.e.2 (3) Vffl.e.2 (4)
(4)
Vni.e.2 (3) Stability of member to (My.sd, Mz.sd), if %>LT > 0,40 (potential lateraltorsional buckling) : VUI.f.2 (2) interaction (My.sd , Mz.sd) ^ 1, for class 1 and 2 crosssection for class 3 crosssection for class 4 crosssection table .4 table IX.5 table .7
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Table VIILI
List of checks to be performed at ULS for the member ii bending according to the applied internal forces and/or moments!V;M;(V,M)) References : ) Interaction of shear force and uniaxial bending moment (VIA. M*A ): If Vsd ^ 0,5 Vpi.Rd then interaction (Vsd, Msd ) is not considered and vm.d.i (1) checks nr and nr @ of this table Vffi. 1 shall be performed, with the following check nr @ (6). vm.g.i (i)
154.7(2)]
154.7(3)]
If Vsd > 0 Vpijid then interaction (Vsd, Msd ) has to be considered and following checks shall be carried out : (1) Resistance of crosssection to Vsd'
vm.g.i.i (i)
vm.d.i (i) table Vm.6 (2) Resistance of crosssection to Vzsd, if web with a group of fastener holes near the end of the beam :
V^sd ^ Veff.Rd (design value of the effective resistancetoblock shear)
[65.2.2(2)]
Vffl.d.l.(3)
(3)
(4)
(5)
154.7(3)] [5.6.1 (1)]
(6)
Stability of web to (Vzsd, MySd), ifd/tw > 69 : One of the three following checks ((5.1), (5.2), (5.3)) shall be fulfilled : Vm.g.2(3) Vm.d.2 (5) Vm.g.2(3)@ vm.e.i (1) vm.g.2(3)(D Vm.g.2(3)(3) Vm.e.l (1) Vm.d.2 (5)
[5.6.7.2(1)]
(6.1) If My.Sd ^ Mf.Rd (design plastic moment resistance of crosssection with the flanges only) then V z .sd ^ V ^ R d (design shear buckling resistance of the web)
[5.6.7.2(2)]
(6.2) If M y .sd > MtRd and V z . S d <, 0,5 V ^ d then My.Sd McyJld (design uniaxial bending moment resistance of the crosssection)
[5.6.7.2(3)]
(6.3) If My.sd > Mfju and V^sd > 0,5 VbaLRd then Mysd ^ design moment resistance reduced by shear buckling (interaction (Vz.sd, My.Sd)) and, My.sd ^ M ^ j ^ and, Vz.sd ^ V^ju
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Table VIILI
List of checks to be performed at ULS for the member in bending according to the applied internal forces and/or moments(V;M;(V,M)) References
Interaction of shear forces and biaxial bending moments (Vsd, Myjsd, Mz.sd) :
[5.4.7 (2)]
If Vsd ^ 0,5 Vpid then interaction (Vsd, My.sd, Mz.sd) is not considered Vm.d.l (1) and checks nr and nr of this table VU. 1 shall be performed, with the following check nr () (7). vm.g.i(i)
[54.7 (3)]
If Vsd > 0 Vpijid then interaction (VSd, My.Sd, Mz.Sd) is to be considered and following checks shall be carried out : (1) Resistance of crosssection to Vzsd'
V z .sd VpURd (design plastic shear resistance of the crosssection)
vm.g.i.i (i)
vm.d.i (i)
(2)
Resistance of crosssection to Vsd, if web with a group of fastener table Vm.6 holes near the end of a beam :
V s d Veff.Rd (design value of the effective resistance to block shear)
(4)
[55.4(1)] [5.5.4(3)] [554(5)1 [55.2 (7)]
Stability of member to (Mysd, Mz.sd)' interaction (My.sd Mz.sd) ^ 1 for class 1 and 2 crosssection for class 3 crosssection for class 4 crosssection
(5)
Stability of member to (My.sd, Mz.sd), if ALT > 0,40 Vm.e.2 (3) (potential lateraltorsional buckling) : Vm.f.2 (2) table LX.4 interaction (My.sd Mz.sd) ^ 1, for class 1 and 2 crosssection for class 3 crosssection table .5 for class 4 crosssection table LX.7 Resistance of crosssection to (Vgd, Mysd, Mzsd)' vm.g.i.2 interaction (My.sd , Mz.sd) ^ 1, for class 1 and 2 crosssection Vm.g.l.2(2) Vffl.g.l.2(3) for class 3 crosssection Vm.g.l.2(3) for class 4 crosssection where design resistance moments are reduced by shear forces but limited by appropriate values of moment resistance according to :
Mv.Rd (design plastic resistance moment reduced by shear force), With My.Rd M c jRd (design uniaxial bending moment resistance of the crosssection),
(6)
[5.4.8.1] [5.4.8.2] [5.4.8.3]
[5.4.7 (3)]
vm.g.i.i (i)
VIILe.l (1)
in other words, with Mvy.Rd ^ McyRd and Mvz.Rd ^ Mcz.Rd (checks nr to be continued)
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Table VOLI
List of checks to be performed at ULS for the member in bending according to the applied internal forces and/or moments(V;M;(V,M))
[5.6.1 (1)]
[5.6.7.2(1)]
References Interaction of shear forces and biaxial bending moments (continuation) (Vsd, Mysd, Mzjsd) (7) Stability of web (Vzsd, MySd), ifdftw > 69 : table Vni.7 One of the three following checks ((6.1), (6.2), (6.3)) shall be fulfilled : VULg.2(3) (6.1) If Mjf.sd ^ Mf,Rd (design plastic moment resistance of
crosssection with the flanges only) t h e n V z .Sd VbaJld (design shear buckling resistance of the web)
Vm.d.2 (5)
[5.6.7.2(2)]
[5.6.7.2(3)]
(6.3) If My.sd > Mfju and Vz.Sd > 0,5Vba.Rd then My.sd ^ design moment resistance reduced by shear buckling (interaction (V^sd, My.sd)) and, My.sd ^ McyRd and, Vz.sd ^ Vbajw
(1) Steel structures and components shall be so proportioned that deflections are within limits agreed between the clients, the designer and the competent authority as being appropriate to the intended use and occupancy of the building and the nature of the materials to be supported. (2) The deflections should be calculated making due allowance for any second order effects, the rotational stiffness of any semirigid joints and the possible occurrence of any plastic deformations at the serviceability limit state. (3) The values given in table Vm.2 are empirical values. They are intended for comparison with the results of calculations and should not be interpreted as performance criteria.
[4.2.2(1)] to
[4.2.2 (3)]
(4) The design values for the vertical deflections () (see chapters and IV) should be lower limiting values given in table VIII.2. Those limiting values are illustrated by reference to the simply supported beam shown in table VHI.3.
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Table VIII.2
ECCS n65 table 4.2
Limits L/200 L/250 L/250 L/250 L/400 2 L/250 L/300 L/300 L/350 L/500
roofs generally roofs frequently carrying personnel other than for maintenance floors generally floors and roofs supporting brittle finish or nonflexible partitions floors supporting columns (unless the deflection has been included in the global analysis for the ultimate limit state) where omax can impair the appearance of the building
L/250 L = span of the beam; for cantilever beams : L = twice cantilever span Discharge of rainwater: slope of the roof less than 5% slope of the roof less than 3%
check that rainwater cannot collect in pools additional check that incremental collapse cannot occur due to the weight of water
Table Vffl.3
Tnax
'max
= the sagging in the final state relative to the straight line joining the supports, = the precamber (hogging) of the beam in the unloaded state (state 0), = variation of the deflection of the beam due to permanent loads (G) immediately after loading (state 1), = variation of the deflection of the beam due to the variable loading (Q) (state 2).
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[4.3]
Vni.b.2 Dynamic effects vibrations (1) The vibrations of structures on which the public can walk shall be limited to avoid significant discomfort to users. (2) The design values for the effects of actions (vertical deflections () and natural frequency (f)) (see chapters and IV) should be limited by the values given in table Vm.4. Those limiting values may be relaxed where justified by high damping values. Table VIIL4 Recommended limiting values for floor vibrations
f>fe
< + 2
Type of floor Floors over which people walk regularly (offices, dwellings,...) Floors which are jumped or danced on in a rhythmical manner (gymnasium, dance hall,...)
#
fe =
1 1T
27lWm
[HZ1
fe
E I L m
natural frequency modulus of elasticity second moment of area span mass per unit length coefficient of frequency of the basis mode vibration
gr^zzzz^
= 9,869 = 22,37 = 3,516 =15,418 V111 .c C lassification of crosssection (1) At ultimate limit states the resistance of crosssection may be limited by its local buckling resistance. In order to take into account that limitation the different elements (flange, web) of the crosssections shall be classified according to the rules defined in chapter V. (2) For crosssections submitted to bending moments (My.sd, Mz.sd) the classification may specifically be determined according to the procedure defined in chapter V.d.2.
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vm.d
(1) For members submitted to shear force the design value of the shear force V Sd (Vz.sd> Vy.sd) at each crosssection shall satisfy :
[form. (5.20)]
z.Sd 
pf.z.Rd 
vz77 0
Vy.sd^Vp,.y.RdAvy^
where V pz R d , Vp/;y.Rd
/ \ y
are the design plastic shear resistances about and y axes, are the shear areas about and y axes, given in table VHL5, is the yield strength (see table .4), is a partial safety factor (see table 1.2).
** vz 'J " vy
Z
YmO
[5.4.6 (8)]
[form. (5.21)]
(2) Fastener holes need not be allowed for in shear verifications provided that:
where Av fu
is the shear area (see table Vm.5), is the yield strength (see table .4), is the ultimate tensile strength (see table .4).
When Av.net is less than this limit, an effective shear area of (fu/fy).Av.net may be assumed. [6.5.2.2 (l)] (3) Near the end of a member with a group of fastener holes in webs the "block shear" failure shall be prevented by using appropriate hole spacing. The design value of shear force (Vz.sd) applied to the web shall satisfy :
ECCS n65 form. (5.18) z.Sd
<veff.Rd
_ 0,6 f u Av.net
YM2
is the design value of the effective resistance to block shear, is the effective shear area (see table VIII.6), is the ultimate tensile strength (see table .4), is a partial safety factor (see table 1.2).
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[54.6(2)]
Table VHX5
Crosssections
Vz.sd
A v.7.
t,' L
*U
y.sd I 1 V Vysd
I and H sections
2btf + (tw + r) tw
r r
w
tf
V 2 .Sd
*t4
(h 2tf) t.
*)
lVy.Sd
A (h 2tf) tw
tw,
tf
*)
t HUf JU
1
+
'z.Sd
*)
'z.Sd
Ah b+ h
*) Vy.Sd
Ah b+ h
i^i
*)
Vsd
2A
*)
Vsd
.Vsd
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Table Vm.6
ai Lv a2
Av.net = t ( Lv + Li + L 2  (n do)) Li = 5,0 do ^ ai L2 = 2,5 do < a2 t = web thickness n = number of fastener holes on the block shear failure path do = hole diameter Vm.d.2 Stability of web to Vz.Sd [5.6.1 (l)]
[5.6.1 (4)]
(1) If webs are submitted to shear force Vz.sd and if their ratio
in table VHI.7 then they shall be checked for resistance to shear buckling and transverse stiffeners shall be provided at supports. Table VHI.7 Limiting widthtothickness ratio related to the shear buckling in web. Potential shear buckling Profiles to be checked if webs have a) For unstiffened webs : tw
>69
Fr
k w t.
AL
460 0,71
0,74
0,92 0,96
0,81 0,84
0,78
150
(2) Nearly all hotrolled I and H sections do not need to be checked for shear buckling. [5.6.2(1)] (3) The shear buckling resistance nay be verified using either :  the simple postcritical method, or  the tension field method. The first method is presented hereafter. (4) The simple postcritical method can be used for webs of Isection girders, with or without intermediate transverse stiffeners, provided that the web has transverse stiffeners at the supports. (5) For webs with d/tw exceeding limits of table VHI.7, the design value of the shear force Vz.sd shall satisfy :
15.6.3(1)] z.Sd
[5.6.2(3)]
^ V ba.Rd = d t w
ba
where Vba.Rd d tw
Xba
is the design shear buckling resistance, is the web depth (see table Vffl.7), is the web thickness, is the simple postcritical shear strength (see table VIII.8). where *yw fv is the yield strength of the web, is the web slenderness. Xw Simple postcritical shear strength \, <0,8 f
*yw
Table VHX8
Xw
Xba
0,8<Xw<l,2  ^ ( 1 , 5  0,625)
<1,2 yw 9 V3 Xw
V3
where kx
= ^235/ fy , given in table Vfll.7, is the buckling factor for shear given in table VIII. 9 where a is the clear spacing between transverse stiffeners Buckling factor for shear kx >1
^ r
f
^s
v
5,34 +
5,34
Sd
Sd
AL
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Vlll.e
VIII.e.1 Resistance of crosssection to MSH (1) For members in bending and in absence of shear force, the design value of the bending moment M$d (My.sd, Mz.sd) shall satisfy at each section without holes for fasteners :
W">f>
Mef
Rd
"
YMO
W
_ M _ ivl efl.y.Rd
effy YMI
Mz.sd ^ Mcz.Rd
f y
ei.zfy
YMO
pf.z.Rd
= Mef.z.Rd =
M M
eff.z.Rd
YMO
_Weff.zfy YMI
where Mc.Rd
M C y d , MczJtd
M
is the design moment resistances of the crosssection, are the design moment resistances of the crosssection about major (yy) and minor (zz) axes, are the design plastic moment resistance of the crosssection about y and axes, are the design elastic moment resistance of the crosssection about y and axes, are the design effective moment resistance of the cross section about y and axes, are the plastic section modulus about y and axes, are the elastic section modulus about y and axes, are the effective section modulus about y and axes (see chapter V), is the yield strength (see table .4),
py.Rd, Mpiz.Rd
Wecy, W ez
Weff.y, W e ff.z
YMO YMI
ECCS n65 (2) In the presence of holes for fastener the following simple approach is proposed : 5.3.2(3) no deduction of holes in the compression zone and, deduction of holes in tension zone. Otherwise Eurocode 3 should be consulted in [5.4.5.3].
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(1) A beam with full restraint to the compression flange does not need to be checked for lateraltorsional buckling. (2) I and sections, channels, angles, Tsections and rectangular hollow sections are susceptible to lateraltorsional buckling in respect of bending about their major axis (My.sd) but not about their minor axis (Mz.sd)
[53.2(7)]
(3) For members with appropriate nondimensional slenderness  ^0,40 no allowance for lateraltorsional buckling is necessary. The value of Xur is defined hereafter. (4) For laterally unrestrained members in bending, the design value for the bending moment about major axis (My.sd) shall satisfy :
MbUd depending on classes of crosssection : class 1 or 2 class 3 _5 C L T W ef.y f y
YMI
[form. (5.48)]
My.Sd ^ Mbjw
_ XLI W p f . y f y
YMI
where Mb.Rd
XLT
s the design buckling resistance moment of members in bending, s the reduction factor for lateraltorsional buckling, s the plastic section modulus about major axis (yy), s the elastic section modulus about major axis (yy), s the effective section modulus about major axis (yy) (see chapter V), s the yield strength (see table .4), s a partial safety factor (see table 1.2).
(5) The value of for the appropriate nondimensional slenderness XLT may be determined from :
X L T =f(X L T) =
^+^^
1
T2
,but
XLT^1
where <>LT =0,5[l+a LT (X L T 0 , 2 ) + ] CCLT is the imperfection factor for lateraltorsional buckling; OCLT should be taken as : for rolled section OCLT = 0,21 (buckling curve a in table VH.2) for welded section au = 0,49 (buckling curve c in table VII.2). The reduction factor for lateraltorsional buckling XLT is given in function of XLT and the type of section in table Vm.10.
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(6) The nondimensional slenderness Xu may be determined from : depending on the classes of crosssection class 1 or 2 class 3 class 4
[5.5.2(5)]
_  w p r . y fy \ Mcr
(Wrf.y fy
M CT
(W eff .y fy
M CT
are respectively the plastic, elastic and effective section modulus about major axis (yy), is the yield strength (see table .4), fy M cr is the elastic critical moment of the gross crosssection for lateraltorsional buckling. (7) The elastic critical moment MCT for doubly symmetrical crosssections with in plane end moment loading may be taken as 'Je V
[Annex F] [form. (F.5)]
M C M
where Ci
cr  M
72 'LT
I w + 0,039 f T I t
is a factor which may be taken from table VIII. 12 using also table Vm. 11, E is the modulus of elasticity, Iz is the second moment of area about minor axis (zz), CUT kL is the effective length for outofplane (xz) bending (see table VUL 11), L is the length of the member between points which have lateral restraint, k is the effective length factor for outofplane (xz) bending (see table Vm. 11), kw is the effective length factor for warping (see table Vm. 11), Iw is the warping constant, It is the torsion constant.
(8) In a member with a system length L, each portion C, between adjacent points with lateral restraint, or from one end to the nearest point with lateral restraint, can be checked separately (see table VIII. 12). (9) For other types of crosssection and for other loading conditions on the member, the Annex F of Eurocode 3 should be consulted.
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rolled sections (curve a) welded sections (curve c) 0,9528 0,9243 0,8900 0,8477 0,7957 0,7339 0,6656 0,5960 0,5300 0,4703 0,4179 0,3724 0,3332 0,2994 0,2702 0,2449 0,2229 0,2036 0,1867 0,1717 0,1585 0,1467 0,1362 0,1267 0,1182 0,1105 0,1036 0,8973 0,8430 0,7854 0,7247 0,6622 0,5998 0,5399 0,4842 0,4338 0,3888 0,3492 0,3145 0,2842 0,2577 0,2345 0,2141 0,1962 0,1803 0,1663 0,1537 0,1425 0,1325 0,1234 0,1153 0,1079 0,1012 0,0951
0,4 0,5 0,6 0,7 0,8 0,9 1,0 1,1 1,2 1,3 1,4 1,5 1,6 1,7 1,8 1,9 2,0 2,1 2,2 2,3 2,4 2,5 2,6 2,7 2,8 2,9 3,0
Table V m . l l
'
k =1,0
^
Ll
4d
kw =1,0
k = 0,5
a
kw = 0,5
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Table VUI.12
0,75
0,5
0,25
0,25
0,5
0,75
FSd
FSd
FSd = yPSk
Vm.f Verifications at ULS to biaxial bending moment (My.sd> M^sd) Vin.f. 1 Resistance of crosssection to (My =H. Mz.Sd) (1) For members submitted to biaxial bending moments, the design values of both bending moments shall satisfy in each crosssection : interaction (M y Sd , M z S d ) < 1 where the interaction formula is given :  in IX.d.1.2 (2) for class 1 or 2 crosssections,  in DC.d.1.3 (1) (using Nx.sd = 0) for class 3 crosssections and,  in IX.d.1.4 (1) (using Nx.sd = 0) for class 4 crosssections.
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Vm.f.2 Stability of member to (My *A. Mz.Sd) (1) For members submitted to biaxial bending moments the design values of both bending moments shall satisfy : interaction (My Sd, Mz.sd) 1 where the interaction formula is given : in IX.d.2.2( 1) (table IX.4) (using Nx.sd = 0) for class 1 or 2 crosssections, in IX.d.2.2 (1) (table IX.5) (using Nx.sd = 0) for class 3 crosssections and, in IX.d.2.2 (1) (table IX.6) (using Nx.sd = 0) for class 4 crosssections. (2) If the appropriate nondimensional slenderness  >0,40 (see chapterVm.e.2) then lateraltorsional buckling is a potential failure mode and a supplementary check has to be taken into account as follows : interaction (M yS d, M zS d) ^ 1 where the interaction formula is given in : in IX.d.2.2 (1) (table IX.4) (using Nx.sd =0) for class 1 and 2 crosssections, in IX.d.2.2 (1) (table .5) (using Nx.sd =0) for class 3 crosssections, in IX.d.2.2( 1) (table D.7) (using Nx.sd =0) for class 4 crosssections. Vm.g Verifications at ULS to combined f VSd, MSt] )
[5.4.7(2)]
Vlll.g.l Resistance of crosssection to (VSd, MSd) (1) If the design value of the shear force V,sd^,5Vpi.,Rd and, V y .sd^0,5V p ,.y.Rd where Vpiz.Rd, VpC.yAd are the design plastic shear resistance about minor (zz) and major (yy) axes (see table VUL 13),
no reduction needs to be made in the resistance moments. With this condition the design value of bending moment Msd shall be verified according to chapter Vm.e or chapter Villi respectively in case of uniaxial bending or biaxial bending. yl!,g,l,l Shear force VSd and uniaxial bending MSd (1) For the resistance of crosssection submitted to combined shear force (V^sd or Vy.sd ) and uniaxial bending moment (My.sd or Mz.sd) if the design value of shear force VSd>0,5Vp(.Rd (high shear), then interaction between shear force and bending moment shall be considered. In this case the design value of bending moment Msd shall satisfy at each crosssection :
[form. (5.22)]
[5.4.7(3)]
is the reduced design plastic resistance moment allowing for the shear force (see table Vffl.13), Mc.Rd is the design plastic moment resistance of the crosssection (see chapter VIII.e.1).
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Table VIII.13 Reduced design plastic resistance moment Myjtd allowing for the shear force Applied bending moment My.sd ,for crosssection with equal flanges: My.sd, for crosssection with unequal flanges: Mz.sd, for any crosssection: If high shear: VSd > 0,5 VptRd
M V.y.Rd / Wp,yV
PzAyJ f,
,s ^lw J YMO Wpf.y fy YMO
Mv.y.Rd=(lPz)
v.z.Rd = ( l  p y )
Wpr.z fy
= Wei , for class 3 cross  section fv = Weff , for class 4 cross  section
YMI YMO
where
Pz =
Pv =
^ V p f. z .Sd ( y.Sd V
Y
withV pi . z . Rd = 1
J
Ay.z fy YMO^3 A
**y V
f
V
pf .y.Sd
 for shear areas (Av.z, Av.y), see table VIII.5  tw is the web thickness fv is the yield strength (see table .4) YMO is a partial safety factor (see table 1.2). VIII.g.12 Shear force V Sd and biaxial bending moment MSd (1) For the resistance of crosssection submitted to combined shear forces (Vz.sd and Vy.sd) and biaxial bending moments (My.$d and Mz.sd), if the design value of the shear forces V S d>0.5V p f.Rd (high shear),
it is proposed that following interactions between shear forces and bending moments shall be satisfied at each crosssection according to the class of crosssection.
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Mv.Sd
M V.y.Rd
M z.Sd MV.z.Rd
<. 1
reduced design plastic resistance moments allowing for shear forces (see table Vm.13), and are constants, taken as follows : = 2, (3=1  for I and sections : = 2, = 2  for circular tubes :  for rectangular hollow sections : = = 1,66 = = 1,73  for solid rectangles and plates :
aie m e
(3) For class 3 and class 4 crosssections, the proposed interaction formula is :
where My.y.Rd and My.z.Rd are the reduced design plastic resistance moments allowing for shear forces (see table VIH. 13), Vm.g.2 Stability of web to (Vz.Sd, My.Sd) (1) If webs are submitted to combined shear force V^sd and bending moment My.sd and if they have ratio   exceeding the limits given in table Vm.7 then they shall be checked for resistance to shear buckling. (2) The interaction of shear buckling resistance and moment resistance is shown in table Vm.14 according to the simple postcritical method. Table Vffl.14 Interaction of shear buckling resistance and moment resistance with the simple postcritical method
VplRd Vba.Rd7
0,5Vba.Rd M
M
f.Rd
pl.Rd
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(3) The web may be assumed to be satisfactory if one of the three following checks (CD, (D or (3))(according to the loading level of Vz.sd and My.sd) shall be satisfied: (D If the design value of bending moment My.Sd<MfRd where Mf.Rd is the design plastic moment resistance of a crosssection consisting of the flanges only; proposal for crosssection with equal flanges: class 1,2 or 3
Mf.Rd
"r t beff "en .
j
class 4
= btf(htf)2 =
YMO
, T^yJ tf
where b, tf, h (see are flange width, flange thickness, height of profile table 0.1), beff is the effective width of the compression flange M e L y Sd lTl M )) ' (see chapter V), eM is the shift of the centroidal major axis (yy) when the crosssection consisting of flanges only is subject to My.sd then the design value of shear force shall satisfy:
V
z.Sd
ba.Rd
where
Vba.Rd is the design shear resistance buckling of the web according to simple postcritical method (see chapter Vm.d.2).
y.Sd^Mcy.Rd
where Mcy,Rd is the design moment resistance of the crosssection depending on classes of crosssections (see chapter VEI.e.1). If the design values of bending moment and shear force
M
y.Sd>Mf.Rd
and V z . Sd >0,50V ba .R d
then the bending moment and the shear force shall satisfy the three following checks:
where
MPy.Rd
P i R d
"
baJRd
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IX
IX.a
MEMBERS WITH COMBINED AXIAL FORCE AND BENDING MOMENT ((N, M);(N, V, M))
Generalities
(1) For each load case (see chapter ) the global analysis of the frame (see chapter IV) determines the design values for the following effects of actions which are applied to members with combined axial force and bending moment and which shall be checked at serviceability limit states and at ultimate limit states: For SLS : . vertical deflections (), . vibrations (f) different combinations of axial forces, shear forces and bending For ULS moments :
r
y"
S
&
Mz.Sd
vz.sd
M
Nx.sd
Nx.sd
ysd
(2) The table IX. 1 provides a list of the checks to be performed at Ultimate Limit States for the member submitted to combined axial force and bending moment (N, M). A member shall have sufficient bearing capacity if all the checks are fulfilled according to the loading applied to that member. For instance, in the case of loading nr (), all checks from (J)(l) to (T)(5) have to be satisfied. Several checks in the table IX. 1 concern particular cases with specific conditions. All the checks have both references to Eurocode 3 and to the design handbook. The table IX. 1 proposes the following loadings applied to the member: Axial tensile force and uniaxial bending moment about major axis (Nx.sd, My.sd) Axial tensile force and uniaxial bending moment about minor axis (Nx.sd > M^d) Axial compressive force and uniaxial bending moment about major axis (Nxsd MySd) () Axial compressive force and uniaxial bending moment about minor axis (Nr MA M7 $ ) Axial tensile force and biaxial bending moments (Nxd t Mysd> MzSd) Axial compressive force and biaxial bending moments (Nxsd, My.sd, M^sd )
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Table LX.1
List of checks to be performed at ULS for the member submitted to combined axial force and bending moment (N, M)
References : Axial tensile force and uniaxial bending moment about major axis (Nxsd My.Sd)'(1) Resistan c e of gross crosssection to Nxsd '
Nx.Sd NpRd (design plastic resistance of the gross crosssection)
[5.4.3 (1)]
Vl.b.l (1)
(2)
[5.4.3 (1)] [5.4.2.2]
VI.b.2 (1)
(3)
Resistan c e of crosssection to Nxsd if angle connected by one leg: see table VI. 1 : checks ( 3 ) and ( 4 ) VLcl (1) VI.C.2 (1) LX.d.1.1 (1) LX.d.1.3 (2) LX.d.l.4(2) Vm.e.2 (3) Vm.e.2 (4) LX.d.2.1 (1)
(4)
[5.4.8.1] [5.4.8.2] [5.4.8.3] [55.2 (7)]
Resistan c e of crosssection to (Nx.sd, Mysd)' interaction (Nx.sd , My.sd) ^ 1 , for class 1 and 2 crosssections for class 3 crosssection for class 4 crosssection
(5)
[5.5.3]
[5.5.3 (3)] [5.5.3 (4)]
with Meff.sd calculated with (Nx.sd, My.sd) Axial tensile force and uniaxial bending moment about minor axis (Nx.sd>Mz.sd): (1) Resistan c e of gross crosssection to Nxsd '
[5.4.3 (1)]
VI.b.1 (1)
(2)
VI.b.2 (1)
(3) (4)
[5.4.8.1] [5.4.8.2] [5.4.8.3]
Resistan c e of crosssection to Nxsd if angle connected by one leg: VLcl (1) see table VI. 1 : checks ( 3 ) and ( 4 ) VI.C.2 (1) Resistan c e of crosssection to (Nxsd, Mzsd)' interaction (Nx.sd , Mz.sd) ^ 1, for class 1 and 2 crosssections IX.d.1.1 (1) for class 3 crosssection LX.d.1.3 (2) for class 4 crosssection LX.d.l.4(2)
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List of checks to be performed at ULS for the member submitted to combined axial force and bending moment (N, M)
Axial comDressive force and uniaxial bendine moment about maior axis References ; 1 (NxSdMy.Sd)' (1) Resistance of crosssection to NxsdNx.Sd NpRd (design plastic resistance of the crosssection)
Vn.cl (1)
(2)
[5.5.1.1 (1)]
Inplane (xz) stability of member to NxsdNx.Sd ^ NbyrJld (design flexural buckling resistance of member)
Vn.c.2.1 (2) Vn.c.2.1 (2) Vn.c.2.2 Vn.c.2.2 Vn.d.l (1) Vn.d.2 (1) Vn.d.2 (2) Vn.e.1.1 (1) Vn.e. 1.2 (1) Vn.e.2.1 (1) Vn.e.2.2 (1) Vni.e.2 (3) Vm.e.2 (4)
(3)
[5.5.1.1 (1)]
(4)
[Annex O] [Annex G]
General stability of member to Nxsd ' Nx.sd ^ design torsional buckling resistance of member and, Nx.sd ^ design flexuraltorsional buckling resistance of member Resistance of crosssection and stability of member to Nxd if class 4 monosymmetrical crosssection: see table VILI : from checks ( 3 ) to ( 5 )
(5)
(6)
Resistance of crosssection and stability of member to Nxsd if angle connected by one leg: see table VILI : from checks ( 6 ) to ( 9 )
[5.5.2(7)] [5.5.2(1)]
(8)
[5.4.8.1] [5.4.8.2] [5.4.8.3]
Resistance of crosssection to (Nxsd, Mysd)' interaction (Nx.sd, My.sd) ^ 1 , for class 1 and 2 crosssections for class 3 crosssection for class 4 crosssection
rx.d.i.i (i)
LX.d.1.3 (2) LX.d. 1.4 (2) LX.d.2.2(3) table LX.4 table LX.5 table LX.6
(9)
15.5.4(1)] [5.5.4(3)J [5.5.4(5)] 155.2(7)]
Inplane (xz) stability of member to (Nxsd, Mysd)' interaction (Nx.sd . My.sd) ^ 1 , for class 1 and 2 crosssections for class 3 crosssection for class 4 crosssection
LX.d.2.2 (2) if w > 0,40 (potential lateraltorsional buckling): Vm.e.2 (3) interaction (Nx.sd My.sd) < 1 , for class 1 and 2 crosssections table LX.4 table LX.5 for class 3 crosssection table LX.7 for class 4 crosssection
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Table LX.l 0
List of checks to be performed at ULS for the member submitted to combined axial force and bending moment (N, M) (Nx.sdMzSd)'
Axial compressive force and uniaxial bending moment about minor axis References : (1) Resistance of crosssection to Nxsd'
Nx.Sd NpRd (design plastic resistance of the crosssection)
[5.4.3 (1)]
Vn.c.1 (1) Vn.c.2.1 (2) Vn.c.2.1 (2) Vn.c.2.2 vn.c.2.2 Vn.d.l (1)
(2)
[5.5.1.1 (1)] [5.5.1.1 (1)]
(3) (4)
[Annex G] [Annex G]
General stability of member to Nxsd ' Nx.sd ^ design torsional buckling resistance of member and, Nx.sd ^ design flexuraltorsional buckling resistance of member (5) Resistance of crosssection and stability of member to Nxsd if class 4 monosymmetrical crosssection : see table VILI : from checks ( 3 ) to ( 5 ) (6) Resistance of crosssection and stability of member to Nxsd if angle connected by one leg: see table VILI : from checks ( 6 ) to ( 9 ) Resistance of crosssection to (Nx.sd, Mzsd)' interaction (Nx.sd , Mz.sd) ^ 1, for class 1 and 2 crosssections for class 3 crosssection for class 4 crosssection Inplane (xy) stability of member to (Nxsd, Mzsd)' interaction (Nx.sd , M^sd) ^ 1, for class 1 and 2 crosssections for class 3 crosssection for class 4 crosssection
VII.d.2 (1) Vn.d.2 (2) Vn.e.1.1 (1) VILe. 1.2(1) VII.e.2.1 (1) Vn.e.2.2 (1)
(7)
[5.4.8.1] [5.4.8.2] [5.4.8.3]
(8)
[55.4 (1)] [55.4(3)] [55.4(5)]
IX.d.1.1 (1) IX.d.1.3 (2) IX.d.1.4 (2) LX.d.2.2 (3) table IX.4 table IX.5 table IX.6
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Table LX.l (D
[54.3 (1)1
List of checks to be performed at ULS for the member submitted to combined axial force and bending moment (N, M)
Axial tensile force and biaxial bending moments (Nxsd,Mysd,Mz.sd)' References ; (1) Resistance of gross crosssection to Nxsd '
Nx.Sd 5 NpRd (design plastic resistance of the gross crosssection)
VI.b.1 (1)
(2)
[54.3 (1)] [54.2.2]
(3)
Resistance of crosssection to Nxsd if angle connected by one leg. see table VI. 1 : checks ( 3 ) and ( 4 )
[5.5.2(7)]
(4)
Vm.e.2 (3) Vm.e.2 (4) LX.d.2.1 (1) LX.d.l LX.d.1.2 (1) LX.d.1.3 (1)
with Meff.sd calculated with (Nx.sd, My.sd) (5) Resistance of crosssection to (Nxsd, Mysd, Mzsd )' interaction (Nx.Sd, My.Sd, Mz.Sd ) ^ 1 for class 1 and 2 crosssections for class 3 crosssection for class 4 crosssection Stability of member to (Nxsd, Mysd, Mzsd )' interaction (My.sd, Mz.sd)) ^ 1 for class 1 and 2 crosssections for class 3 crosssection for class 4 crosssection (7)
(6)
[5.5.4(1)] [5.5.4(3)] 1554(5)]
[55.2(7)]
Stability of member to (Nxsd, Mysd, Mzsd ) if LT > 0,40 : Vm.e.2 (3) (potential lateraltorsional buckling) Vm.f.2 (2) interaction (My.sd, Mz.sd)) ^ 1 for class 1 and 2 crosssections for class 3 crosssection for class 4 crosssection with My.sd reduced to Meff.sd ( as in check ( 5 ) ) table IX.4 table D.5 table LX.7 LX.d.2.1 (1)
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Table .1
List of checks to be performed at ULS for the member submitted to combined axial force and bending moment (N, M)
References : Axial compressive force and biaxial bending moments (Nxsd> My.sd, M^si): (1) Resistance of crosssection to Nxsd '
[54.3 (1)] Nx.Sd NpRd (design plastic resistance of the crosssection)
Vn.c.l (1)
(2)
[5.5.1.1] [Annex G] [Annex G]
Vn.c.2.1 (2) vn.c.2.2 VII.c.2.2 Vn.d.l (1) VII.d.2 (1) VILd.2 (2) VILe. 1.1 (1) VILe. 1.2 (1) VII.e.2.1 (1) VII.e.2.2 (1) Vin.e.2 (3) Vin.e.2 (4)
and, Nx.sd ^ design torsional buckling resistance of member and, Nx.sd ^ design flexuraltorsional buckling resistance of member (3) Resistance of crosssection and stability of member to Nxsd if class 4 monosymmetrical crosssection: see table VILI : from checks ( 3 ) to ( 5 ) (4) Resistance of crosssection and stability of member to Nxsd if angle connected by one leg: see table VU.l : from checks ( 6 ) to ( 9 )
(5)
(6)
[5.4.8.1] [5.4.8.2] [5.4.8.3]
Resistance of crosssection to (NXmsd, Mysd, Mzsd )' interaction (Nx.Sd, My.Sd, Mz.Sd)) ^ 1 for class 1 and 2 crosssections for class 3 crosssection for class 4 crosssection LX.d. 1.2(1) LX.d. 1.3(1) LX.d. 1.4(1)
(7)
[5.5.4(1)] [5.5.4 (3)] [5.54 (5)] [55.2(7)1
Stability of member to (Nxsd, MySd, Mzd )' interaction (Nx.sd, My.sd, Mz.sd)) ^ 1 for class 1 and 2 crosssections for class 3 crosssection for class 4 crosssection IX.d.2.2 (1) table LX.4 table LX.5 table .6
(8)
Stability of member to (Nxsd, Mysd, Mzsd ) if %>LT > 0,40 : Vm.e.2 (3) (potential lateraltorsional buckling) interaction (Nx.sd , My.sd, Mz.sd)) ^ 1 for class 1 and 2 crosssections for class 3 crosssection for class 4 crosssection IX.d.2.2 (2) table LX.4 table .5 table .7
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IX.b IX.b.l
(1) About recommended limiting values for vertical deflections reference may be made to chapter Vffl.b.1. IX.b.2 Vibrations (1) About recommended limiting values for floor vibrations reference may be made to chapter Vm.b.2. IX.C Classification of crosssection (1) At ultimate limit states the resistance of crosssections may be limited by its local buckling resistance. In order to take into account that limitation the different elements (flange, web) of the crosssections shall be classified according to the rules defined in chapter V. (2) For crosssections submitted to combined axial load (Nx.sd) and bending moments (My.Sd. Mz.Sd) the classification may specifically be determined according to the procedure defined in chapter V.d.3. I X.d Verifications at ULS to (N,M) (1) The verification of members submitted to combined axial force and bending moments shall be performed with different (N, M) interaction rules about: 1) 2) 3) the resistance of the crosssection (see chapter IX.d.l), the buckling of member (see chapter IX.d.2) and, the lateraltorsional buckling of the member (if potential)(see chapter K.d.2)
This principle of (N, M) interaction formulas is illustrated in table D.2 in case of uniaxial bending and compression (on the basis of the interpretation of Eurocode 3 explained in the comment IX.d.2.2 (3)). (2) All the (N, M) interaction formulas depend on the class of crosssections. (3) Uniaxial bending (M y sd or M z .sd) and biaxial bending (My.sd and Mz>sd) combined with axial force N x .sd are presented in the following chapters. IXd.l Resistance of crosssection to (NSc], Msd) IX.d.1.1 Uniaxial bending of class 1 or 2 crosssections [54.8.1 (1)] (1) For the plastic resistance of class 1 or 2 crosssections submitted to combined axial load (Nx.sd) and uniaxial bending moment (My.sd or M z .sd), the following criterion shall be satisfied if the level of axial load n is high:
[form. (5.23)]
Msd^M N.Rd
where MN.Rd is the reduced design plastic resistance moment allowing for the axial force (MNyjui MNZJW) (see table IX.3), n is the level of axial load (see table IX.3) n= N pf.Rd
N x.Sd
N x.Sd Afj
where NpRd is the design plastic resistance of the crosssection [5.4.8.1 (3)] (2) If the level of axial load is low (see table IX.3, for the limiting values of n), then the reduction of the theoritical plastic resistance moment by the presence of small axial forces is counterbalanced by the strain hardening and may be neglected. In that case of low reference may be made to chapter Vm.e.l for checking single Msd
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Table IX.2 Principle of interaction formulas between axial force Nsd and bending moment Msd 1. For bending moment about maior axis M., *A without lateraltorsional buckling < 0,4):
7.
'
L
TnctiKilitT/
r
y"
</\>
Hlx
M y.Sd
Nx.sd
lack of resistance
Mcy.Rd 2. For bending moment about major axis M y KA with lateraltorsional buckling ( > 0,4):
NcRd '
y"
.y r
3
y.Sd
N x.Sd
(Nb.RdX
Mb.Rd
Mcy.Rd
3. For bending moment about minor axis M 7 : NcRd f (Nb.Rd> 'min Instability
X
 *
M z.Sd
' ^
N x.Sd
y"
lack of resistance
MCZ.Rd
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Table IX.3
[54.8.1 (4)]
Reduced design plastic resistance moment MNjtd allowing for axial load class 1 or 2 crosssections Values of the limit a ( A  2 b t f > j L = min 0,25; If high level of axial load Nx.sd: ifn>a
'L'
bjz
MNy.Rd =
2A J
MNZJW =
. ( __ A  2 b t L f a = min n 0,50;
(fff)3
W r
Hollow sections
Ah^H
yy
a = min 0,25;
A2bt 2A
M N .R d = 1,26(1  n ) W p f
YMO
r A 2b a = min 0 , 2 5 ;  L 2A ) V
M N y jid= L 3 3 ( l  n ) W p r . j
=
Notes :
a=

A2bt
Nz.Rd =
MN.Rd = MpRd[ln 2 ]
1n ht 0,5 + A
_Nx.sd Afy
 Limitation of M N J W obtained from this table: MN.Rd ^ M pRd (design plastic resistance moment)
MNy.Rd^M p f , y .Rd=
W ,
fy
in other words,
M
Nz.Rd ^ Mpf.z.Rd =
Wprzfy
()
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IX.d.i.2 B iaxial bending of class 1 or 2 crosssections [54.8.1(H)] (1) For the plastic resistance of class 1 or 2 crosssections submitted to combined axial load (Nx.sd) and biaxial bending moments (My.sd and Mz.sd) the following criterion may be used :
[form. (5.35)]
y.Sd
M M
z.Sd
<1
L^Ny.Rd_
_ Nz.Rd_
where MNy.Rd and MNZ.Rd are reduced design plastic resistance moments allowing for axial load (see table IX.3) and are constants taken as follows: for I and sections: ; = 5n, but > 1 =2 for circular tubes: =2 ; = 2 1,66 for rectangular hollow sections: = = 2,buta= < 6 11,13 for solid rectangles and plates: = = 1,73 + 1,8 3 (2) In case of biaxial bending moments without axial load it is proposed to use the following criterion:
+
z.sd Wpf.Zfy
M y .sd Wpi.yfy [
<1
where Wpy,Wp/;z
are plastic section modulus about major axis (yy) and minor axis (zz), is the yield strength (see table II.4) is a partial safety factor (see table 1.2) , are constants taken as follows:  for I and sections:  for circular tubes:  for rectangular hollow sections:  for solid rectangles and plates: =2 ; =1 =2 ;=2 == 1,66 = = 1,73
and
[5.4.8.2]
IX.d.i.3 Bending of class 3 crosssections (1) For the elastic resistance of class 3 crosssections submitted to combined axial load (Nx.sd) and biaxial bending moments (My.sd and Mz.sd) the following criterion shall be satisfied:
[form. (5.38)]
(2) In case of uniaxial bending moment combined with axial load ((Nx.sd + My.sd) or (Nx.sd + Mz.sd)) and in case of biaxial bending moments without axial load (My.sd + Mz.sd), it is proposed to use the above criterion (IX.d.1.3 (1)).
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[54.8.3]
IX.d.1.4 Bendino of class 4 crosssections (1) For the elastic resistance of class 4 crosssections submitted to combined axial load (Nx.sd) and biaxial bending moments (My.sd and Mz.sd) the following criterion shall be satisfied: N x.sd
^eff
[form. (540)]
MzSd + N x sd e Nz ^ 1
W eff.z'
YMI
is the effective area of the crosssection when subject to uniform compression (single Nx.sd) is the effective section modulus of the crosssection when subject only to moment about the relevant axis(single My.sd , single Mz.sd) is the shift of the relevant centroidal axis (eNy, eNz) when the crosssection is subject to uniform compression (single Nx.sd)
(2) In case of uniaxial bending moment combined with axial load ((Nx.sd + My.sd) or (Nx.sd + Mz.sd)) and in case of biaxial bending moments without axial load (My.sd + Mz.sd), it is proposed to use the above criterion (IX.d.1.4 (1)). IX.d.2 Stability of member to (Nsd,Msd)
[5.5.3]
2.1 Stability of member to (N,ension, Mysd) (1) If the nondimensional slenderness of the member ^ >0,40 (see chapter Vin.e.2), the member subject to combined major axis bending (My.sd) and axial tension (Nx.sd) shall be checked for resistance to lateraltorsional buckling as follows (if bending moment and axial force can vary independently (vectorial effect)): Meff.Sd <M b.Rd where Mb.Rd is the design buckling resistance moment (see chapter VITLe.2) Meff.sd is the effective design internal moment obtained from: Meff.Sd = Wcom
com.Ed
where Wcom is the elastic section modulus for the extreme compression fibre, <*com.Ed is the net calculated stress (which can exceed fy) in the extreme compression fibre determined from: My.Sd^ vee V "com y where \j/Vec is the reduction factor for vectorial effects
'com .Ed
Vvec=0,8.
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[5.54]
IX.d.2.2 Stability of member to (Ncompression, Msd) (1) For members subject to combined axial compression and biaxial bending moments (Nx.sd + My.sd + Mz.sd) the stability is guaranteed if the requirements (concerning the case ) described in tables IX.4 to IX.7 are satisfied:  in table IX.4 for class 1 or 2 crosssections,  in table IX.5 for class 3 crosssections and,  in tables IX.6 and IX.7 for class 4 crosssections. (2) As given in the tables IX.4 to IX.7, when the nondimensional slenderness of the member ^LT >0,40 (see chapter VQI.e.2), supplementary specific formulas also need to be satisfied to take into account the potential failure mode of lateraltorsional buckling of the member. (3) The cases of uniaxial bending moment combined with axial compression ((Nx.sd + My.sd) or (Nx.sd + Mz#sd)) are not fully explained in Eurocode 3. Therefore it is proposed to use the rules for biaxial bending with the buckling reduction factor xmin (%min = minimum (%y, Xz); where (x y , ) are the buckling reduction factors about y axis and axis) (see rules concerning the case (2) in tables IX.4 to IX.7).This principle of (, M) interaction formulas is illustrated in table IX.2. (4) According to Eurocode 3 Background Document 5.03 (/8/), another interpretation could be proposed for uniaxial bending combined with axial compression: this proposal may be less conservative because the factor xmin is replaced by the buckling reduction factors Xy or according to the relevant bending axis. Moreover the stability out of the bending plane should be also checked (buckling resistance of the member to single axial compression) (see rules concerning the case (3) in tables IX.4 to IX.7).
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Interaction formulas for the (NM) stability check of members of class 1 or 2 General formulas to be always satisfied: If X L T > 0 , 4 : potential lateraltorsional buckling needs supplementary checks:
Eurocode 3 formulas for biaxial bending (My.sd, M z .sd) and axial compression N x .sd: Nx.sd + My.Sd + Mz.sd Nx.sd
nin *
k v M Sd , W pr.y
zMz.Sd
c l
X z A Jy_/
x.Sd
w A XurWp/.y
LTMy.sd
k z M z .Sd
<1
Eurocode 3 formulas for uniaxial bending and axial compression: use the formula for biaxial bending and axial compression (see ) introducing the relevant bending moment equal to zero and using Xmin buckling reduction factor. Other proposal of interpretation of Eurocode 3 formulas for uniaxial bending and axial compression (see comments in IX.d.2.2) using buckling reduction factors x y or according to the relevant bending axis: Nx.sd + My.Sd and, Nx.sd + Mz.sd and, Nx.sd f, 3CyA
y ySd L W pf.y
k M
x.Sd f
LTMy.Sd
c l
XLTWp.y
<1
k M
z z.Sd
<
N x S d <,Nb.yRd = X y A*
and are given in chapter VII.c.2.1 XLj and %LT are given in chapter VHI.e.2 Wpr.yWef.y Wer.y
ky = 1 
>
4) +
*y'"y
^zN*Sd X z Af y
k
Wpf,zWef,z^
weC.z
LT = l ^ T " * ; S d but k L T 1,0; where = ( 0 , 1 5 . . 1 )  0 , 1 5 but ^0,90, 3CzAfy where M (My, Mz) is the equivalent uniform moment factor related to the shape of the bending moment (My.sd, M z .sd):
=1,80,7 1$ 1
=1,3
=1,4
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Interaction formulas for the (NM) stability check of members of class 3 General formulas to be always satisfied: IflLT>0,4: potential lateraltorsional buckling needs supplementary checks:
Eurocode 3 formulas for biaxial bending (My.sd, M z .sd) and axial compression Nx.sd^ x.Sd
min
kM y'y.Sd
y
, k z M ZSd
~ XurWef.y X z A w eC.z ' YMl Eurocode 3 formulas for uniaxial bending and axial compression:
AA
<1
x.Sd
LTMy.Sd
zM z .sd
<1
Wefz^
use the formula for biaxial bending and axial compression (see ) introducing the relevant bending moment equal to zero and using % m i n buckling reduction factor. Other proposal of interpretation of Eurocode 3 formulas for uniaxial bending and axial compression (see comments in IX.d.2.2) using buckling reduction factors %y or according to the relevant bending axis: Nx.sd + My.sd and, Nx.sd + Mz.sd and,
%
Nx.sd XyA^
k M
y ySd
We'.yr1
Nx.sd f X z A
LTMy.sd f XurWef.y i
Nx.Sd<Nb>z.Rd=xzA
Nx.sd
Z
k M
z z.Sd
A^
we
Rd
NxSd < N b
= A*
and are given in chapter VII.c.2.1 X LT and %LT are given in chapter Vm.e.2
k y = 1!~Z * S d but k y < 1,5 ; where = Xy (2 M y 4) but <0,90, XyAfy _ , kz = 1_r>z^sd but ^ < , 5 ^ 6 = (224)<0,90, xy XzZA AI k L T = l ^ T ^ * S d but k L T < l , 0 ; where = ( 0 , 1 5 . . ) 0 , 1 5 but ^ <0,90, XzAfy where ^ (My, Mz) is the equivalent uniform moment factor related to the shape of the bending moment (My.sd, M z .sd):
=1,80,7 1<< 1
M=l,3
M=l,4
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Table IX.6
General interaction formulas for the (NM) stability check of members of class 4 General formulas to be always satisfied:
() Eurocode 3 formulas for biaxial bending (My.sd, M z .sd) and axial compression N x .sd: Nx.sd + My.Sd +Mz.Sd N x.Sd Xmin" min^eff
 k
y(My,sd+Nx,SdeNy) Weffy ^
kz(MzSd+N;t.SdeNz)^1 W eff.z
Eurocode 3 formulas for uniaxial bending and axial compression: use the formula for biaxial bending and axial compression (see CD) introducing the relevant bending moment equal to zero and using Xmin buckling reduction factor. Other proposal of interpretation of Eurocode 3 formulas for uniaxial bending and axial compression (see comments in IX.d.2.2) using buckling reduction factors x y or according to the relevant bending axis: Nx.sd + My.Sd x.Sd XyA y^eff and, Nx.sd + Mz.sd Nx.sd Xz^eff 2A and, where: x m i n = minimum ( Xy ; ), where ky = 1 kz = y x,
y( M y.Sd
Nx.sdeNy)
weff.y YMI
YMI
N x  S d < N b  z . R d = A eff k M
, z( z.Sd + N x S d e N z )
YMI YMI
YMI
Nx.sd < N b . y . R d = Xy A e f f  ^ 
%y and are given in chapter VII.c.2.1 Xu and XLT are given in chapter VHI.e.2
_. Xz A eff r y
. w h e r e = ( 2 4 ) but <0,90,
where M (My, Mz) is the equivalent uniform moment factor related to the shape of the bending moment (Msd + Nx.sd eN):
=1,80,7 M=l,4 l^yl where Aeff, Weff.y, Weff.z, eN.y, eN.zare effective properties of crosssection defined in chapter V.
^P
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Table .7 Supplementary interaction formulas for the (NM) stability check of members of class 4 Internal forces and moments If ^ > 0,4: potential lateraltorsional buckling needs supplementary checks
CD Eurocode 3 formulas for biaxial bending (My.sd, M z .sd) and axial compression Nx.sd^ Nx.sd + My.Sd + Mz.sd Nx.sd Xmin Aeff
YMI
j kLT(My.sd + N x . Sd e N y ) XirWeff.y
YMI
k z (M z . S d + N x . S d e N z ) " W eff.z
Eurocode 3 formulas for uniaxial bending and axial compression: use the formula for biaxial bending and axial compression (see (f)) introducing the relevant bending moment equal to zero and using Xnun buckling reduction factor. Other proposal of interpretation of Eurocode 3 formulas for uniaxial bending and axial compression (see comments in IX.d.2.2) using buckling reduction factors x y or according to the major axis: Nx.sd + My.sd Nx.sd Xz^eff" ZA YMI where: Xmi = minimum ( Xy ; ), where , kLT(My.Sd+Nx,SdeNy)^i XLTWeff.y^
YMI
x y and are given in chapter VII.c.2.1 XLT and XLT are given in chapter Vm.e.2
ky=lk =1
k
 ^ but k y <1,5 ; where \iy = Xy(2$My 4) but <0,90, Xy Aeff f y , ,Sd but k < 1,5 ; where = ( 2  4 ) but <0,90, z Aeff fy
L T = l  ^ T A N x f S d but k L T <1,0; where = ( 0 , 1 5 z . M . L T ) 0 , 1 5 but < 0 , 9 0 , XzAeff t y where M (My, Mz) is the equivalent uniform moment factor related to the shape of the bending moment (Msd + N x .sd e ^ :
VOLLV
=1,80,7 M=l,4 M = 1,3 1<< 1 where Aeff, Weff.y, Weff.z, en.y, eN.z are effective properties of crosssection defined in chapter V. IX.e Verifications at ULS for (N$d >Vsd) (1) If the design values of shear force Vz.Sd<0,50Vp,z.Rd and, Vy.sd<0,50Vpry.Rd where V p f z jid, VPfy.Rd are the design plastic shear resistances about minor (zz) and major (yy) axes (see table K . 8 ) , no reduction of the tension or compression resistances is needed. With this condition the design value of axial force N x .sd shall be checked separately according to chapter VI (tension) or chapter VII (compression).
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IX e. 1 [54.9 (3)]
(1) For members submitted to combined axial force Nx.sd and shear force (Vz.sd or Vy.sd) if V M > 0,50 V p i Rd then it is proposed that each crosssection shall satisfy the following criterion: Nx.sd*N V.Rd where Nv.Rd is the reduced design resistance of the crosssection allowing for shear force (see table IX.8). Table IX.8 Combined loading Nx.sd + V^sd NX.Sd + Vy.Sd where:
2 _V 2 l Sd! k
Reduced design resistance Ny.Rd allowing for shear force If high shear: Vsd > 0,5.Vpi^d N Vz.Rd Vy.Rd
iu\r
(A  p z AVtZ)f3
(A  Py Ay.y)f3
YMO
Vpfz.Rd
y.Sd pfy.Rd
J 1
A f y with Vp z . R d = 7=YMOV3
Py =
withV
Rd
W5
If (Nx.sd)tension, A = gross crosssection or net section (Anet) (see chapter VI), If (Nx.Sd)compression, A = gross crosssection for class 1,2 or 3 crosssection, or effective crosssection (Aeff) for class 4 crosssection (see chapter VU). IX.f Verifications at ULS to (Nsd ,Vsd,Msd) (1) The verification of members submitted to combined axial force, shear forces and bending moments shall be performed with different (N,V,M) interaction rules about: 1) the resistance of the crosssection (IX.f.l), 2) the stability of web (LX.f.2) (2) All the (N,V,M) interaction formulas depend on the class of crosssections. (3) Uniaxial bending (My.sd or Mz.sd) and biaxial bending (My.sd and Mz.sd) combined with shear forces (Vz.sd and Vy.sd) and with axial force Nx.sd are presented in the following chapters.
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DC.f. 1 Resistance of crosssection to (NSd,VSd,MSd) (1) If the design values of shear force V z . S d <0,50V p f z . R d and, V y . S d <0,50V p i y R d where Vpz R d, Vpfy.Rd are the design plastic shear resistances about minor (zz) and major (yy) axes (see table .9), no reduction needs to be made in combination of bending moment and axial force. With this condition the members shall be verified to combined (Nsd, Msd) loading according to chapter DC.d. [5.4.9 (3)] (2) If the design values of shear force VSd > 0,50 V p i Rd (high shear), the design resistance of the crosssection to combinations of moment and axial force should be calculated according to Eurocode 3 with a reduced yield strength (1 p)fy for the shear area (Ay)
2\
where =
2V Sd
V. V pi.Rd
The interaction formulas (N,V,M) proposed in the following chapters (IX.f.1.1 to IX.f.1.4) in case of high shear are simplifications replacing f, by (lp)f, for the sections properties of crosssections: A, Aeff, WpWe/,Weff. IX f.1.1 Uniaxial bending of class 1 or 2 crosssection (1) For the plastic resistance of class 1 or 2 crosssections submitted to combined axial force (Nx.sd) with shear forces and uniaxial bending moments ((Vz.sd and My.sd) or (Vy.sd and Mz.sd)), if the design values of shear force V z . S d >0,50V p f 2 . R d Vy. S d >0,50V p i y . R d or, (high shear) then relevant interaction between (Nsd,Vsd,Msd) shall be considered. In this case the design value of bending moment Msd shall satisfy the following criterion if the level of axial load is high: M S d <M N i V R d where MN.vjtd is the reduced design plastic resistance moment allowing for the axial load and shear force (MN.v.y.Rd (about major axis (yy) bending), MN.V.z.Rd (about minor axis (zz) bending))(see table IX.9), is the level of axial load (see table IX.9)
n= J^*L pf .Rd
x.Sd
Afy
where NpRd is the design plastic resistance of the crosssection (2) If the level of axial load is low (see table IX.9, for the limiting values of n), then the reduction of the plastic resistance moment may be neglected and the applied bending moment Msd combined with shear force Vsd shall be verified according to the rules given in chapter VEI. g. 1.1. On the other hand the axial load Nx.sd shall be verified in combination with shear forces Vsd according to chapter IX.e.
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[5.4.9]
Table IX.9 Reduced design plastic resistance moment Mfj.yjid allowing for axial load and shear force for class 1 or 2 crosssections If high level of axial load Nx.sd: Rolled and Values of the limit a if[n~>l welded Isections
K^H
( o< A 2 b t f ^ = min^0,25;^^J
MN.v.y.Rd = ^ ^ ^ ^ W y^ P y
V 1a J YM0
Hti'
(1Py) 1a
WpfX
YMO
hollow sections
a = 0,25
(1P)
W rpt 0.7
J
S=
. fAc
A2bt^
MN.VJW=
U6(lp)Wpf
YMO
y
a = min 0,25; y
A2bt 2A
MN.v.y.Rd= 1 , 3 3 ( 1  n  p z ) W p r .
YMO
J  3=  z
ub.
a=
A2bt
MN.V^.Rd =
ht 0,5 + V A j
n c
pr.y
YMO
MN.VJW
= MpRd [1n 2 ]
^ Ay
YMO
 The values of p z and p y are given on the following page.  Limitation of MN.vjtd obtained from this table: Mw.vjid ^ M pCRd (design plastic resistance moment)
M
_ Wpiyfy ^ _ W pf . Z f y
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Pz =
2^Sd. pf.z.Rd
v
1 1
, withV
f2Rd
'
Pv =
y.Sd
pi.y.Rd
IX f. 1.2 Biaxial bending of class 1 or 2 crosssection [54.8.1(H)] (1) For the plastic resistance of class 1 or 2 crosssections submitted to combined axial force (Nx.sd), with shear forces and biaxial bending moments ((Vz.sd and My.sd) and (Vy.sd and Mz.sd)), if the design values of shear force V z .sd>0,50Vp fz . Rd and, Vy.sd>0,50V pry . Rd then the following criterion is proposed: My.Sd M,N.V.y.Rd J
r
M z.Sd
<1
L M N.V.z.Rd .
where MN.y.y.Rd and Mjsj.v.z.Rd are the reduced design plastic resistance moment allowing for the axial load and shear force (see table IX.9), and are constants taken as follows: for I and sections: for circular tubes: for rectangular hollow sections: for solid rectangles and plates:
[5.4.8.2]
IX.f.1.3 B ending of class 3 crosssection (1) For the elastic resistance of class 3 crosssections submitted to combined axial load (Nx.sd), shear forces (Vz.sd, Vy.sd) and biaxial bending moments (My.sd and Mz.sd) the following proposed criterion shall be satisfied in case of high shear( V Sd > 0,50 Vp[ R d ) :
where = maximum value of (pz, py) where p z and p y are given in previous chapter IX.f.1.1 (2) In case of uniaxial bending moment combined with axial load and shear force the following criteria shall be satisfied in case of high shear(VSd > 0,50 V pf R d ): for bending about major axis (Nx<sd, Vz.sd and Mysd):
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[54.8.3]
IXf.l .4 Bending of class 4 crosssection (1) For the elastic resistance of class 4 crosssections submitted to combined axial force (Nx.sd), shear forces (Vz.sd, Vy.sd) and biaxial bending moments (Mysd and Mzsd) the following proposed criterion shall be satisfied in case of high shear( V Sd > 0,50 Vp/ R d ):
Nx.sd f v A eff/
, My.Sd + Nx.Sd e N y
W cc
where = maximum value of (p z , p y ), where p z and p y are given in previous chapter IX.f. 1.1 where Aeff is the effective area of the crosssection when subject to uniform compression (single Nx.sd), is the effective section modulus of the crosssection when subject only to Weff moment about the relevant axis(single My.sd , single Mz.sd) , is the shift of the relevant centroidal axis (eNy, eNz) when the crosssection is subject to uniform compression (single Nx.sd) (2) In case of uniaxial bending moment combined with axial load and shear force the following criteria shall be satisfied:
eN
YMO
YMO
for bending about major axis (Nx.sd, Vz.Sd and My.sd): and,
 for bending about minor axis (Nx.sd, Vy.Sd and Mz.sd): N x.sd , M z.Sd+N x .s d e Nz Fy+ ry*1P>
L
eff"~
YMO
eff.z~
YMO
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(1) If webs are submitted to combined axial load Nx.sd, shear force Vz.sd and bending moment My.sd and, if they have ratio
w
then they shall be checked for resistance to shear buckling. (2) The interaction of shear buckling resistance and moment resistance is shown in table VUL 14 according to the simple postcritical method. (3) The web may be assumed to be satisfactory if one of the three following checks ((T), (2) or (3)) according to the loading level (Vz.sd, My.sd) shall be satisfied: [5.6.7.2 (i)] (T) If the design value of bending moment My.Sd g MN.f.Rd where M N . ^ is the reduced design plastic moment resistance of a crosssection consisting of the flanges only and allowing for axial force; proposal for crosssection with equal flanges: N x.Sd "2btffy^ v.
M ) YMO
 for class 1, 2 or 3
^tf
N.f.Rd=btf(htf)
YMO
>
T4
MN.f.Rd =
YMI
r(b+b eff )t f f y ^ ^
YMI
Nx.sd
JJ
where b, tf, h are flange width, flange thickness, height of profile (see table 0.1), beff is the effective width of the compression flange (see chapter V), eM is the shift of the centroidal major axis (yy) when the crosssection consisting of flanges only is subject to My.sd then the design value of shear force shall satisfy :
V V
z.Sd ^
ba.Rd
where
Vbajid is the design shear resistance buckling of the web according to simple postcritical method (see chapter Vffl.d.2).
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[5.6.7.2(2)]
(D //"the design values of bending moment and shear force My.sd > M N.f.Rd and V . s d ^ C U O V ^ d then the bending moment shall satisfy :
My.Sd ^ M N . y j R d
where M ^ R J is the redudced design resistance moment of the crosssection allowing for axial load depending on classes of crosssections (see chapter LX.d.1.1, LX.d.1.3, LX.d.1.4).
[5.6.7.2 (3)]
If the design values of bending moment and shear force My.sd > M N.f.Rd and then the bending moment and the shear force shall satisfy the three following checks
v^^sov^
where MN.py.Rd is the reduced design plastic resistance moment of the crosssection allowing for axial load :
M
 and, My sd ^ M N y R d  and,
z.Sd  VbaJld
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Generalities X.a (1) For each load case (see chapter ) the global analysis of the frame (see chapter IV) determines the design values for the following effects of actions which are applied to the web of members and which shall be checked at ultimate limit states: transverse forces with separate or combined internal forces and moment acting in the plane of the web:
'U

Fsd
&
...y
 
f
'z.Sd
x.Sd
.x.Sd
My.Sd
(2) The transverse forces Fsd may be applied in different ways:  either, through one flange  or, to one flange and transferred through the web directly to the other flange. (3) The resistance of an unstiffened web to transverse forces applied through a flange, should be cheked for all the three following modes of failure (see table X. 1) : . crushing of the web close to the flange, accompagnied by plastic deformations of the flange (see chapter X.c.2), . crippling of the web in the form of localised buckling and crushing of the web close to the flange, accompagnied by plastic deformation of the flange (see chapter X.d. 1), . buckling of the web over most of the depth of the member (see chapter X.d.2) (4) In addition the effect of the transverse force on the moment resistance of the member should be considered : resistance to local buckling (see chapter X.b) and yield criterion (see chapter X.c.1) Table X.1 Failure modes due to load introduction Crippling Buckling
[5.7.1(6)]
Crushing
=T
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[5.3.6]
Classification of crosssection (1) The effects of significant transverse compressive stresses on the local buckling resistance of a web shall be taken into account in design. Such stresses may arise from transverse forces on a member and at member intersections. (2) The presence of significant transverse compressive stresses may effectively reduce the maximum values of the depthtothickness ratios d/tw for class 1, class 2 and class 3 webs below those given in chapter V, depending on the spacing of any web stiffeners. (3) A recognised method of verification should be used. Reference may be made to the application rules for stiffened plating given in ENV 19932 Eurocode 3: Part 2 (which is in preparation).
X.b
X.C X.c.1
[54.10]
(1) The web of a member subject to a transverse force in the plane of the web (see table X.2) in addition to any combinations of moment and axial force on the crosssection, shall at all points satisfy the criteria given in table X.3.
[Fig. 5.4.3]
Table X.2
Stresses in web panel due to bending moment, axial force and transverse force  Fsd
f
Nx.sd
ysdf
A' C. Fsd
ED
' .D
*My . S d N
'
(a) Layout
x.Sd
f
>x.l
. * ,
o*., . a n m * 1
b =:
4
F^C 2
b) Stresses in element E
* a m p o , ^
D?
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Yield criteria to be satisfied by the web IfVsd < 0,5.V p R d (low shear)
[form. (5.42)]
"xm.Ed fy
a
+ f
2 r
z.Ed
k
xmd f y /
z.Ed fy /
<1 m <1
[form. (5.41)]
x.Ed fy/
>z.Ed f y /
a
fy/YMoJLfy/YMO
xm.Ed
x.Ed T g z.Ed
xm.Ed fy/ 2
f
CJ
z.Ed
fy/
r z.Ed fy/
/1 LVYM /
>x.Ed f y / MO
J gZ.Ed
^lm <lp
[form. (5.43)]
'x.Ed y /
is the design value of the local longitudinal stress due to moment and axial force at the point (see table X.2), d is the design value of the stress at the same point due to transverse force (see table X.2), c xm.Ed i s m e design value of the mean longitudinal stress in the web(see table X.2) x.Ed
ZS
an
I*
Ed
d G xrn d & taken as positive for compression and as negative for tension
m = Mw.Sd/Mp/:w.Rd> where M w Sd is the design value of the moment in the web, M pw . Rd = 0,25t w d 2 f y /Y M0 . p=(2VSd/VpRdl)2, and k f r o for is obtained as follows : crxmiEd/ azJEd < 0: k = 1  m xm.Ed/ azEd > 0: if m < 0,5: if m >0,5:
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[5.7.3 (i)j
X.C.2 Crushing resistance to F (1) The design crushing resistance Ry.Rd of the web of an I, H or U section (see table X.4) should be obtained from:
[form. (5.71)]
where sg is the length of stiff bearing determined by dispersion of load through solid steel material which is properly fixed in place at a slope of 1:1, (see table X.5); no dispersion should be taken through loose packs,
f
[form. (5.72)]
Sy is given by : where
w *yw
yf /
n Of.Ed
>2
[5.7.3 (3)]
bf 25tf, Of.Ed is the longitudinal stress in the flange. (2) At the end of a member sy should be halved. Table X.4 Load introduction Fsd
1

1 1
u 1
1
t*
 *
\ Msd
Msd
r ss
* 
1
1i
d
bf
= [Fig. 5.7.2] = = = = ^
Table X.5
\ *
Ss
Ss
\
1
V
/
45
r^
Ss
sT
187
[5.7.4(1)]
X.d Stability of webs to (F ; (F,M)) X.d.l Crippling resistance to (F : (FM)) X.d.1.1 Crippling resistance to F (1) For S 235 up to S 420 steel grades the design crippling resistance Ra.Rd of the web (see table X.4) should be obtained from:
[form. (5.77)]
where ss
tw tf d
E
tyw
is the length of stiff bearing from table X.5. buts s /d<0,2, is the thickness of the web, is the thickness of the flange, is the depth of the web between the flanges, is the modulus of elasticity, is the yield strength of the web.
[Annex D]
(2) For S 460 steel grade only the design crippling resistance RaRd of the web should be obtained from the formula given X.d. 1.1 (1) but replacing the factor 0,5 by 0,6. X,dJ ,2 rjppWng resistance \o (FM)
Table X.6 Interaction formula of crippling resistance and moment resistance F ii Ra.Rd 
y s 0,5 R a . R d / /
V//////,
M 0,5 M c . Rd M c . Rd
F
/ /
ss/ / x s / /
s^>^ / /
[5.7.4 (2)]
(1) Where the member is also subject to bending moments, the following criteria should be satisfied (see table X.6):
Sd  R aJld
Msd^McJld
F
[form. (5.78)]
where Mcj^d is the design noment resistance of the crosssection (see chapter Vin.e. 1).
188
Buckling resistance to F
(1) The design buckling resistance Rbjw of the web of an I, H or U section (see table X.4) should be obtained by considering the web as a virtual compression member with an effective breadth beff obtained from : b^f = yV+S? The table X.7 gives values of beff for different cases of loads.
[form. (5.79)]
(2) The buckling resistance should be determined from chapter VII.c.2.1 using buckling curve c and PA = 1 (table VII.6). (3) The buckling length of the virtual compression member should be determined from the conditions of lateral and rotational restraint at the flanges at the point of load application. Table X.7 Effective breadth >gryfor web buckling resistance
[figure 5.7.3]
beff = h
s8
!!
f>
1
'
beff
'
I  t I =)
>eff
= Vh 2
=1 I t
beff1
a ss HH
I' I
beff = 2
+ a
butb e ff < h
a
beff
beff=}Vh 2 +s 2 +a+
butbeff <Vh 2 +S s 2
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X.e
Stability of webs to compression flange buckling Table X.8 Compression flange buckling in plane of the web
Nf"1
Nf
My.Sd My.Sd
( )
^iilJ
Nf"
Nf"
[5.7.7]
(1) To prevent the possibility of the compression flange buckling in the plane of the web (see table IX.8), the thickness ratio d/tw shall be lower than the value given in table X.9. Table X.9 Steel grade of flange
d/tw
Maximum widthtothickness ratio d/tw S 235 360 S 275 300 S 355 240 S 420 200 S 460 185
(2) I and H hotrolled sections never meet such problem of compression flange buckling in plane of the web.
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XI
Xl.a [6.1.1 (i)]
CONNECTIONS
Generalities
[6.5]
(1) All connections shall have a design resistance such that the structure remains effective and is capable of satisfying all the basic design requirements given in chapter La. (2) The partial safety factors TM concern the resistances of bolts (7Mb), of welds (TMw). of members and crosssections ( 2) and the slip resistance of preloaded bolts (7Ms.ser) Their numerical values are provided in table 1.2. [6.1.2 (1)] (3) The forces and moments applied to connections at the ultimate limit state shall be determined by global analysis in conformity with chapter IV. [6.14 (l)] (4) Connections may be designed by distributing the internal forces and moments in whatever rational way is best, provided that: (a) the assumed internal forces and moments are in equilibrium with applied forces and moments, (b) each element in the connection is capable of resisting the forces or stresses assumed in the analysis, and (c) the deformations implied by this distribution are within the deformation capacity of the fasteners or welds and the connected parts. [6.2 (l)] (5) Members meeting at a joint shall normally be arranged with their centroidal axes intersecting at a point. [6.2 (2)] (6) Where there is eccentricity at intersections this shall be taken into account in the design of the joint and the member. [6.2 (3)] (7) In the case of bolted connections of angles and tees with at least two bolts per connection, the setting out lines of the bolts may be regarded as the centroidal axes for the purpose of intersection at joints. Xl.b Bolted connections Xl.b. 1 Positioning of holes
[6.5.1.1]
(1) The positioning of holes for bolts shall be such as to prevent corrosion and local buckling and to facilitate the installation of the bolts. (2) The minimum and maximum distances between bolts and recommended distances (as used in table XL 6 for the bolt bearing resistances) are given in table XL 1. Those values are valid for structures not exposed to weather or other corrosive influences. XI.b.2 [6.5.4 (l)] Distribution of forces between bolts
(1) Where the design shear resistance Fvjid of a bolt (see chapter XI.b.5.2.1) is less than the design bearing resistance Fbjt (see chapter XI.b.5.1), the distribution of internal forces between bolts at the Ultimate Limit State shall be proportional to the distance from the centre of rotation (see table XI.2). (2) In other cases of bearing type connections the distribution of internal forces between bolts at the Ultimate Limit State may be plastic (see table XI.3).
[6.54 (2)]
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Table XLI
Designation of distances between bolts 1,2 do ^ ei < maximum ( 12t ; 150 mm) 1,5 do ^ e2 ^ maximum ( 12t ; 150 mm) 2,2 do ^ pi ^ maximum ( 14t ; 200 mm) 3,0 do < p2 ^ maximum ( 14t ; 200 mm) Recommended distances Bolts shear joint M 12 M 16 M 20 M 24 M 27 M 30 M 36 Recommended distances in mm Pi >P2 40 55 70 80 90 100 120
_i
PL
Pi ef
e2
P2
30 40 50 60 70 75 90
e2 25 30 40 50 55 60 70
e2 ei
+4
pi
The designations e2 and p2 also apply when distances measured are not in the direction of stress. In case of smaller values of tq. and p2 see Eurocode 3 Part 1.1 (J2I).
[figure 6.5.7]
Table XI.2
0,5 F h.sd
F h.Sd )
Msd
Vsd
h.Sd
M Sd 5p
f
'MSd^2 5p
v.Sd
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ECCS n" 65
table 64
 Table XI.3
Possible plastic distribution of loads between fasteners. Any realistic combination could be used, e.g.
'*
Fv.sdv
1
MSd
 l. C l
K D.l

i
Vsd
_ FvSH
Sd~rb.Rd
h.Sd
= ^ . 2 b.Rd , 2p
VFh.Sd + Fv.Sd ^Fb.Rd XI.h.3 Prving forces (1) Where bolts are required to carry an applied tensile force, they shall be proportioned to also resist the additional force due to prying action, see table XI.4. Table XI.4 Prying forces N = FN + Q Q. f
N = FN + Q
[6.5.9 (1)]
[Annex J] [Fig. 6.5.8]
. Q = prying force
I
[6^.3]
2 F
XI.b.4 Categories of bolted connections (1) The design of a bolted connection loaded in shear or in tension shall conform with one of the following categories: see table XI.5.
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[table 6.5.2]
Categories of bolted connections Shear connections Remarks Criteria No preloading required. Fv.sd ^ F v .Rd All grades from 4.6 to 10.9. Fv.Sd < FbRd
Fv.Sd.ser ^ Fv.Sd Fv.Sd ^ < ^ < F v . R d.ser F v .Rd Fb.Rd Fs.Rd Fb.Rd
Slipresistant at SLS
Preloaded high strength bolts. No slip at the serviceability limit state. Preloaded high strength bolts. No slip at the ultimate limit state.
C slipresistant at ULS
Fv.Sd Fv.Sd
Tension connections Category D Nonpreloaded E Preloaded Key: Fy.Sd.ser Fy.sd F v Jid Fbjid Fsudser FsRd Ftsd Ft.Rd
[6.5.5. (2)]
Criteria
FtSd ^ FLRd
Ftsd
Fuid
Remarks No preloading required. All grades from 4.6 to 10.9. Preloaded high strength bolts.
= = = = = = =
design shear force per bolt for the serviceability limit state design shear force per bolt for the ultimate limit state design shear resistance per bolt design bearing resistance per bolt design slip resistance per bolt for the serviceability limit state design slip resistance per bolt for the ultimate limit state design tensile force per bolt for the ultimate limit state design tension resistance per bolt
[6.5.5. (3)]
XI.b.5 Design ULS resistance of bolts (1) At the Ultimate Limit States the design shear force Fv.sd on a bolt shall not exceed the lesser of:  the design bearing resistance Fb.Rd (see chapter XI.b.5.1)  the design shear resistance Fv.Rd (see chapter XI.b.5.2) (2) At the Ultimate Limit States the design tensile force Ftsd inclusive of any force due to prying action, shall not exceed the lesser of:  the design tension resistance FLRd (see chapter Xl.b. 5.3)  the design punching shear resistance Bp.Rd (see chapter XI.b.5.4) (3) At the Ultimate Limit States bolts subject to both shear force and tensile force shall satisfy the interaction criterion of chapter XI.b.5.5.
XI.b.5.1 Bearing resistance [table 6.5.3] (1) The design bearing resistance shall be taken as:
b.Rd b.Rk
>
194
ECCS n" 65
table 6.6
T a b l e XI.6 e2 P2 e2 
ffce2.5af.dt
; _PjL_I ; ub ;l7 o a = mm JEL. 3d0 3d0 4 fu
ei
pi
12
13
20 30 20 55,4 60,0 754
16 18 27,5
40 25 70,7
20 22 35
22 24 37,5
24
27 30 45
30 33 50
26
40
36 39 60 90
55
50
30
60
35
674
40
75
45
110,8 120,0 150,8 153,8 163,1 60 80 50 166,2 180,0 226,2 230,8 244,6
80
S 420 S 460
76,9 81,5
30 40
244,6 90 120
70
2492
270,0
100
70
35 108,0 117,0
147,0
216,0
234,0
263,3
330,8 337,5
294,0
300,0
292,5 3674
375,0
351,0 441,0
450,0 477,0
S 420 S 460
150,0 159,0
212,0
291,5
318,0
357,8
3974
 For steel grades greater than S 235 the values of fu are issued from table IL 2 (prEN 10113) and are valid for plate thickness not greater than 40 mm.  For intermediate values of the value of FbjUc may be determined by linear interpolation.  For different plate thickness t in [mm] multiply the values given in the table by .
195
XI.b.5.2 Shear resistance XI.b.52.1 General case [table 6.5.3] (1) The design shear resistance of a bolt shall be taken as:
_ F v.Rk v.Rd ECCS n 65 table 6.7
YMb
Table XI.7
Shear resistance per bolt and per shear plane in [kN] Fv.Rk Ci.f u b.A s where Ci = 0,6 C2 = 0,5 for strength grades 4.6, 5.6 and 8.8 for strength grades 4.6, 5.8, 6.8 and 10.9
zip
Shear in tl ire adec i portion oftheb olt Bolt diameter d [mm] Hole diameter do [mm] Tensile stress area of bolt As [mm2] Shear resistance grade per bolt and per 4.6 5.6 shear plane 8.8 F v.Rk in [kN] 10.9 XI.b.52.2 Long Joints
[6.5.10. (1)]
12 13 84,3
16 18 157
20 22 245
22 24 303
24 26 353
27 30 459
30 33 561
36 39 817
(1) Where the distance Lj between the centres of the end bolts in a joint is more than 15 d, where d is the nominal diameter of the bolts, the design shear resistance Fv.Rd of all the bolts calculated as specified in chapter XI.b.5.2.1 as appropriate shall be reduced by multiplying it by a reduction factor Lf, given by (see table XL 8) :
[form. (6.11)] [Fig. 6.5.10]
Lf=l
PU
PU
Table XI.8
Long joints
I I I
I I
I I
Lj
; I I 1 1 1 I ii I 1 I I I I ; = 3
15 d
65 d
l i l i l
l i l i l
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I.h J.3 Tension resistance [table 6.5.3] (1) The design tension resistance of a bolt shall be taken as follows:
[6.5.5. (3)] ECCS ne 65 table 6.8
F
_ Ft.Rk t.Rd 
YMb
Table XI.9
: mmgrade 4.6 5.6 8.8 10.9 12 30,3 37,9 60,7 75,9 16 56,5 70,7 113,0 141,3
Ft.Rk =0,9.f ub .A s 20 88,2 110,3 176,4 220,5 22 109,1 136,4 218,2 272,7 24 127,1 158,9 254,2 317,7 27 165,2 206,6 330,5 413,1 30 202,0 252,5 403,9 504,9 36 294,1 367,7 588,2 735,3
XI.hS.4 Punching shear resistance [65.5. (4)] (1) When the plate thickness tn is smaller than 0,5.d, the design punching shear resistance of the bolt head and the nut, Bp.Rd shall be checked and evaluated as follows: YMb where tp is the thickness of the plate under the bolt head or the nut dm is the mean of the across points and across flats dimensions of the bolt head or the nut, whichever is smaller, in other words dm is the mean diameter of inscribed and circumscribed circles of bolt head or nut: dm = minimum (dm bolt head dm nut) XI.hJ.5 Shear and tension interaction [6.5.5. (5)] (1) Bolts subject to both shear force and tensile force shall in addition satisfy the following criterion which is illustrated in table XI. 10:
[form. (6.6)] v.Sd v.Rd [form. (65)]
Bp.Rd = 0,6 dm t.
Ft Sd 1,0 l,4.F t Rd
Table XI. 10 Interaction formula of shear resistance and tension resistance for bolts
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XI.b.6
[5.4.3 (1)]
[6.5.2.3]
[6.5.2.2] [6.5.8]
XI.b.6.1 Net section ULS resistance see chapter VI.b.2 XI.b.6.2 ULS resistance of angle with a single row of bolt see chapter VLcl XI.b.6.3 Block shear ULS resistance see chapter VDXd.l XI.b.7 High strength bolts in slipresistant connections at SLS
(1) When the slip resistance is needed at serviceability timit states the design for a preloaded highstrength bolt shall be carried out as given hereafter. In the ultimate limit state the bolt is considered as a bolt in shear and bearing without friction (see chapter XI.b.5). (2) In connections designed for slipresistance at serviceability limit states the design serviceability shear load should not exceed the design slip resistance V&Rd(3) The design slip resistance of a preloaded high strength bolt shall be taken as:
F
_ s.Rd 
s.Rk
YMS. ser
(4) When the slip resistance is needed at ultimate limit state, see chapter [6.5.8] of Eurocode 3 Part 1.1 (121).
ECCS n 65 table 4.5
Table XI.11 Characteristic slip resistance per bolt and per friction interface for 8.8 and 10.9 bolts, where the holes in all the plies have standard nominal clearances *"*.** = 0 ^ f u b A s Bolt diameter d [mm] 12 16 20 22 303 24 27 30 561 36 817
Tensile stress area of bolt As [mm2] Fsjik for 8.8 bolts [kN] FsRk for 10.9 bolts [kN] surface class class ( = 0,5)
353 459
11,8 22,0 34,3 42,4 49,4 64,3 78,5 114,4 multiplication factor 2,5
description surfaces blasted with shot or grit, with any loose rust removed, no pitting. surfaces blasted with shot or grit, and spraymetallized with aluminium or a zincbased coating. surfaces blasted with shot or grit, and painted with an alkalizinc silicate paint surfaces cleaned by wire brushing or flame cleaning, with any loose rust removed. surfaces not treated.
198
XI.C
[6.6.2.1]
xic.i
(1) Welds are generally be classified as (see table XI. 12):  fillet welds  butt welds (with full or partial penetration)
ECCS n 65 table 6.10
Common types of welded joints Type of joint Butt joint Teebutt joint Lap joint
Fillet weld
single V
.
X
double V
single U
double bevel
double J
double V
double U XI.C.2 Fillet weld [6.6.2.2. (l)] (1) Fillet may be used for connecting parts, where the fusion faces form an angle of 60 to 120' [6.6.2.2. (2)] (2) Smaller angles than 60 are also permitted. However, in such cases the weld shall be considered to be a partial penetration butt weld. [6.6.2.2. (3)] (3) For angles over 120, fillet welds shall not be relied upon to transmit forces.
199
XI.C.3
XI.C.3 J Throat thickness [6.6.5.2. (1)] (1) The throat thickness, a, of a fillet weld shall be taken as the height of the largest triangle which can be inscribed within the fusion faces and the weld surface, measured perpendicular to the outer side of this triangle(see table XI. 13).
ECCS n 65 table 6.13
Throat thickness (b) Design throat thickness aup for submerged arc welding
[6.6.5.2. (2)] (2) The throat thickness of a fillet weld should not be less than 3 mm. [6.6.5.2. (4)] (3) In the case of a fillet weld made by an automatic submerged arc process, the throat thickness may be increased by 20% or 2 mm, whichever is smaller, without resorting to procedure trials.
ECCS n65
6.3.4.2 (4)
(4) The design force used for checking fillet welds should be taken as the resultant of the forces to be transmitted by the weld (see table XL 14). Table XI.14 Action effects in fillet welds
Cw.Sd
Sd
Vj_sd
VjTSd
Vj_sd
Fw.Sd=VN,Sd + V. S d +V 2 / i Sd
200
[6.6J.3]
I.c.3.2 Design resistance (1) The design resistance of a fillet weld shall be taken as follows
w.Sd w.Rk
FWR)
table 6.15
ECCS n 65
Table XI.15
V3.v
a.L
fu nominal ultimate tensile strength of the weaker part joined a throat thickness L weld length w correlation factor Weld resistance Fw.Rk in [kN] for 100 mm weld length A Throat thickness H a [mm] S 235 w = 0,80 S 275 w = 0,85 S 355 w = 0,90 S 420 S 460 w = 0,95 w =l,00 3 77,9 79,5 94,3 91,2 91,8 4 103,9 106,0 125,7 121,5 122,4 5 6 7 8 9 10
1
129,9 155,9 181,9 132,5 158,9 185,4 157,2 188,6 220,0 151,9 182,3 212,7
207,8 233,8 259,8 211,9 238,4 264,9 251,5 282,9 314,3 243,1 273,5 303,9 275,4 306,0
For different weld lengths L in [mm] multiply the values given in the table by I
For steel grades greater than S 235 the values of fu are issued from table .2 (prEN 10113) and are valid for plate thickness not greater than 40 mm.
XLc.4
[6.6.2.3 (l)] (1) A full penetration butt weld is defined as a butt weld that has complete penetration and fusion of weld and parent metal throughout the thickness of the joint. [6.6.2.3 (2)] (2) A partial penetration butt weld is defined as a butt weld that has joint penetration which is less than the full thickness of the parent material. [6.6.6.1 (l)] (3) The design resistance of a full penetration butt weld shall be taken as equal to the design resistance of the weaker of the parts joined. [6.6.6.2 (1)] (4) The design resistance of a partial penetration butt weld shall be determined as for a deep penetration fillet weld. [6.6.6.2 (2)] (5) The throat thickness of a partial penetration butt weld shall be taken as the depth of penetration that can consistently be achieved.
201
XI.C.5 Joints to unstiffened flanges [6.6.8 (i)] (1) In a teejoint of a plate welded to an unstiffened flange of an I, H or a box section, a reduced effective breadth shall be taken into account both for the parent material and for the welds(see table XL 16). [6.6.8 (2)] (2) For an I or H section the effective breadth beff should be obtained from: 't w + 2r + 7t f beff = minimum t w + 2r + 7
r.2v f
where
Lyp [6.6.8 (3)] [6.6.8 (4)]
(3) If beff is less than 0,7 times the full breadth, the joint should be stiffened. (4) For a box section the effective breadth beff should be obtained from: 2tw+5tf beff = minimum'
(\
2t w + 5
(*
K%VJ
[6.6.8 (5)]
f
y yp J
(5) The welds connecting the plate to the flange shall have a design resistance per unit length not less than the design resistance per unit width of the flange. Table XI.16 Effective breadth of an unstiffened tee joint
*W
t
l
W
s \ s
'i, \ s
_
'eff
!
! I
10,5 . [t
S ^ J^ PI
^ V
1 t ,5. ;
b eff
Xl.d
[6.5.13]
XLe
[6.9] [Annex J]
Pin connections Reference may be made to Eurocode 3 Part 1.1 (121) Beamtocolumn connections Reference may be made to Eurocode 3 Part 1.1 (/2/)
Xl.f
[6.11] [Annex L]
Design of column bases Reference may be made to Eurocode 3 Part 1.1 (121)
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XILa
(1) The definition of bracing system and its braced frame is given in chapter Lb. 1 and in table 1.1. (2) Examples of bracing system and its braced frame are given in table XII.5. XILa. 1 Flowchart FC 12: Elastic global analysis of bracing system according to EC 3 (1) The flowchart FC 12 aims to provide a general presentation of elastic global analysis of steel bracing system according to Eurocode 3. (2) The flowchart FC 12 is nearly similar to the flowchart FC 1 of chapter I about elastic global analysis of steel frames according to Eurocode 3 because only two items are different:  the bracing system should be designed to resist supplementary loads and supplementary effects of global imperfections issued from the frame which it braces (see the part in comments on FC 12 and FC 1 concerning the "Generalities about Eurocode 3") and,  the classification of sway or nonsway bracing system should be established with the same criteria but with specific conditions (see comments on rows 5 and 6 in the part "Choice of the type of global analysis for ULS" of FC 12). (3) The flowchart FC 12 is divided in 3 parts: Xn.a.1.1 general part (1 page) Xn.a.1.2 details (1 page) XILa. 1.3 comments (6 pages)
XII.a.1.1
XII.a.1.2
203
Flowchart fFC 12): Elastic global analysis of bracing system according to Eurocode 3 (General)
Actions Predesign SLS checks Choice of the type of global analysis for ULS
17
Flowchart [FC 12: Elastic global analysis o bracing SXStem according to Eurocode 3 (Details) Determination of load arrangements (ECl and EC 8) J Load cases for ULS [2.3.3.] Load cases for SLS [2.3.4.] notfulfilled
notfulfilled
i
Predesign of members: beams & columns => Sections with pinned ^nd/or rigid connections
ULS checks
[Chap. 5]
J.
k
SLS checks
[Chap. 4]
,J
Global imperfections and global imperfections of the bracing system of the braced frame [5.2.4.4.] [5.2.4.3]
^Vx>0,5[A.fy/NSd]5V^ \ [5.2.4.2. (4)] yes/ 0,1 < ^ ^ 0 , 2 5 $ Ver [5.2.6.2. (4)] FIRST
Nonsway mode buckling Sway mode buckling length approach length approach [5.2.6.2(1) a)][5.2.6.2. (7)] : [5.2.6.2(1) b)][5.2.6.2. (8)] : with sway moments with sway moments amplified by factor amplified by factor 1,2 in l/(lVSd/Vcr) beams & connections [5.2.6.2. (3)]
lORDER ANALYSIS
SECOND ORDER ANALYSISi Mjembers imperfections eo,d [5.2.4.5.] [5.2.6.2.(2)] eo.d where necessary [5.2.4.5.(3)] eo.d in all members [5.2.4.5.(2)] yes
=W
'0
c,
15
notfulfilled (n.f.h
i
Checks of the outofplane stability: members and/or frame buckling [Chap. 5.5.] Checks of resistance of crosssections [Chap. 5.4.] Checks of local effects (buckling and resistance of webs) [Chap. 5.6 and 5.7] Checks of connections [Chap. 6 and Annex J]
yif.
_J
Pfl
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XII.a.1.3
comments (1/6) on flowchart FC 12: * Generalities about Eurocode 3:  Definition of a bracing system and its braced frame: see chapter I.b.l (table LI) and chapter XILa.  Where bracing system is a frame or subframe, it may itself be either sway or nonsway.  All checks of (ULS) Ultimate Limit States and all checks of (SLS1 Serviceability Limit States are necessary to be fulfilled.  According to the classification of crosssections at ULS (row 14; chapter V of the design handbook) Eurocode 3 allows to perform: . plastic global analysis of a structure only composed of class 1 crosssections when required rotations are not calculated [5.3.3 (4)] or, . elastic global analysis of a structure composed of class 1. 2. 3 or 4 crosssections assuming for ULS checks, either a plastic resistance of crosssections (class 1 and 2) or, an elastic resistance of the crosssections, without local buckling (class 3) or, with local buckling (class 4 with effective crosssection).  In order to determine the internal forces and moments (N. V. M) in a bracing system Eurocode 3 allows the use of different types of elastic global analysis either: a) first order analysis using the initial geometry of the structure or, b) second order analysis taking into account the influence of the deformation of the structure  First order analysis (row 9) may be used for the elastic global analysis in the following casei (types of bracing systems): The/irsi order elastic global analysis of the bracing system should take into account the the effects the the global member actions horizontal of global vertical and imperfections imperfections loads imperfections horizontal of the bracing of the bracing from the from the loads of the system system braced frame braced frame jracing system types of (a) (b) (a) bracing system (row 5) (row 10) 1) nonsway bracing systems
[5.2.5.3 (7)]
[5.2.1.2(1)]
[5.2.1.2(2)]
[5.2.5.3 (6)]
(path)
2) sway bracing systems (c) (paths (2) and (3))
[5.2.5.3 (5)] [5.2.5.3 (6)]
Notes : (a) actions issued from the frames which are braced by the analysed bracing system. (b) the horizontal and vertical loads which are directly applied to the bracing system. (c) use of design methods which make indirect allowance for secondorder effects.
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Second order analysis may (row 9) be used in all cases (types of bracing systems): The second order elastic global analysis of the bracing system should take into account the global the the effects the member actions horizontal of global vertical and imperfections imperfections loads imperfections horizontal of the bracing of the bracing system from the from the loads of the system types of braced frame braced frame bracing system (a) (b) (row 5) (row 10) bracing systems (a) 1 ) for sway bracing systems X X (path @ ) X(c) X
[5.2.5.3 (6)]
(b) the horizontal and vertical loads which are directly applied to the bracing system. (c) members imperfections are introduced where necessary. (d) the more complex possibility of second order global analysis of the frame (path) could be conservative because it allows the bypass of the "sway or nonsway frame" classification and consequently :  either the first order analysis might be sufficient,  or, the introduction of member imperfections would not be necessary in all members. On the other hand, particular care shall be brought to the introduction of member imperfections ( eo,d) which would be imposed for the global analysis in the realistic directions corresponding to the deformations of the members for the failure mode of the frame; that failure mode of the frame is related to the combination of applied external loads; otherwise, with more favourable direction of member imperfections, the second order global analysis might overestimate the bearing capacity of the frame. in the flowchart FC 12 from path () to path (6) (from left to right) the proposed methods for global analysis become more and more sophisticated.
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comments (3/6) on flowchart FC 12: * row 1: ECl: Draft EC 3: ENV 199311 EC 8: Draft * rows 2.4: [Chap. 5] [Chap. 4]  ULS  SLS * row 3: This flowchart concerns structures using pinned and/or rigid joints. In the case of semirigid joints whose behaviour is between pinned and rigid joints, the designer shall take into account the momentrotation characteristics of the joints (moment resistance, rotational stiffness and rotation capacity) at each step of the design (predesign, global analysis, SLS and ULS checks). The semirigid joints should be designed according to chapter 6.9 and the Annex J of Eurocode 3.
[4.2.1 (5)]
Basis of design and actions on structures Design of steel structures, Part 1.1: general rules and rules for buildings. Design of structures for earthquake resistance
* row 4: For SLS checks, the deflections should be calculated making due allowance for any second order effects, the rotational stiffness of any semirigid joints and the possible occurrence of any plastic deformations. * row 5:
[5.2.4.4]
11
'
'
'
''
XX XX
1
^ <
r 5q
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 Global imperfections of all the frames which are braced by the bracing system: initial sway imperfections of the frame equivalent horizontal forces F2 i 4 t
i f
could be applied in the form of
/
/ *
Fi
4 *
(Fi + F2)
(Fi + F2)
[5.23.2]
classification of swav or nonswav bracing system: * row 6: A bracing system may be classified as nonsway if according to first order elastic global analysis of the bracing system for each ULS load case, one of the following
criteria is satisfied;
either, a) in general :
[5.2.5.2 (3)]
< 0,1
aCT > 10
[5.2.5.3 (8)]
design value of the total vertical load elastic critical value of the total vertical load for failure in a sway mode cr* ( = 2 / L2 with L, buckling length for a column in a sway mode; V cr of a column does not correspond necessarily to VCT of the frame including that column). cr coefficient of critical amplification or coefficient of remoteness of critical state of the frame. The total vertical load includes the vertical loads applied directly to the bracing system and the ones acting on all the frames which it braces.
or,
[5.23.2(4)]
bi in case of bracing systems with beams connecting each columns at each storey level:
.5> ,5.(V1+V2)
h ]( . ^ + H2)
_
v
>*
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comments (5/6) on flowchart FC 12: where H, V: total horizontal and vertical reactions at the bottom of the storey. : relative horizontal displacement of top and bottom of the storey. h: height of the storey. H, V, are deduced from a first order analysis of the bracing system submitted to: the horizontal and vertical loads: . applied directly to the bracing system and, . acting on all the frames which it braces, and, the global imperfections applied in the form of the equivalent horizontal forces: . from the bracing system (see comments on row 5) and, . from all the frames which it braces (see below in the comments on row 6). Notes: A same frame could be classified as sway according to a load case (Vsdl for instance) and as nonsway according to another load case (Vsd2 for instance). For multistoreys buildings the relevant condition is = maximum condition which is equivalent to where
5.2.4.2 (4) Vsdi
[5.2.5.3 (9)]
* row 7:
Members imperfections may be neglected except in sway frames in the cases of members which are subject to axial compression and which have moment resisting connections, if : Af, Sd
0,5
>0,5
N ;
where :
Nsd
cr
:
nondimensional slenderness ratio calculated with a buckling length equal to the system length yield strength area of the crosssection design value of the compressive force elastic critical axial force ( = 2/ L2, with L = system length) factor ( = L , 'S., with L = system length)
5.2.6.2 (4)
* row 8: According to the definition of aCT introduced in comment on row 6: Vsd 0,1<aa.< 0,25 condition which is equivalent to 4 < aa < 10
* row 9: The actions to be considered in first order elastic global analysis and in second order elastic global analysis are listed in the "generalities about Eurocode 3" (see the first comments on flowchart FC 12) in function of the type of bracing system.
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commente (6/6) on flowchart FC 12: rows 10.11.12 :  p a t h : Sway moments amplified by factor 1,2 in beams and beamtocolumn connections and not in the columns. The definition of "sway moments" is provided in [5.2.6.2 (5)].
[5.2A5]
paths and : the introduction o member imperfections eo,d should be considered equivalent to the introduction of distributed loads along the members :
e 04
NSd
Nsd
Nsd
? L
J'
Nsd
?
equivalent to
M
"
.
with
Note : the equivalence of en,d and (q, Q) loading is proposed here for a practical point of view but it is not included in Eurocode 3.
Verf
* row 13: L ,, buckling length of members for sway or nonsway mode NSd *"" Lb "** NSd
* row 14:
The classification of crosssections have to be determined before all the ULS checks of members, crosssections and webs (rows 15 to 18). 15.16.17.18.19:
* rows
The sequence of the Ultimate L imit States checks is not imposed and it is up to the designer to choose the order of the ULS checks which are anyhow all necessary to be fulfilled. On the contrary, the sequence of steps to select the type of analysis is well fixed and defined in rows 5 to 8.
[5.5.13(6)]
* row 17: When the member imperfections en,d are used in a second order analysis (paths or ) , the resistance of the crosssections shall be verified as specified in chapter [5.4] but using the partial safety factor ymi in place of
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II.b Static equilibrium (1) Reference may be made to chapter IV.b. XII.c Load arrangements and load cases Xn.c.l Generalities (1) Load arrangements which may be applied to buildings are provided in chapter Lb. (2) Load cases (see chapter ni.c) may be established according to two procedures to study structures submitted to actions: a general procedure presented in flowchart FC 3.1 (chapter ) or, a particular procedure presented in flowchart FC 3.2 (chapter ) which is applicable for nonsway buildings because such structure may be studied by first order elastic global analysis. (3) Two types of load cases shall be considered: load cases for Serviceability Limit States and, load cases for Ultimate Limit States, where differences are related to combination rules: see table .7 for SLS combinations of actions see table .8 for ULS combinations of actions (4) A bracing system should be designed to resist different loads and effects of global imperfections from the braced frame and of the bracing system itself (see comments on flowchart FC 12 concerning the "generalities about Eurocode 3" (see chapter XILa. 1.3) and see table .1). Load arrangements of the bracing system Table XII.l a ~ ) The horizontal loads from the braced frame:
TT
c?
I I I I II
^ 7 &
s?
TT
p<BH&7
&,
&,
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XII.C.2 Global imperfections of the bracing system [5.24.3 ()] (1) The effects of imperfections shall be allowed for in bracing system design which are required to provide lateral stability within the length of beams or compression members, by means of an equivalent geometric imperfection of the members to be restrained, in the form of an initial bow imperfection, or of the equivalent stabilizing forces according to table .2. (2) The numerical values for the stabilizing force q are given in table .3 according to the following model: k.L e 0 = 1 500 where kr=J0,2+ (but k r l ) ,
where nr
^=Jr< '>
where a =
(3) Practical examples of such global imperfections are given in table .4 which presents the case where the bracing system is required to stabilize a beam.
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Table .2
X
/
0
^1
i.
ie
>r
'r
<1
'
<
'
XXXXX
t
Table .3 \
Values for the equivalent stabilizing force q nr=l nr = 2 nr=3 nr=4 nr=5
=
XXXCX
8(1 96,6 L 8 89,6 L 8 80 L 5 66 L 7
number of panels
pw
f*f*m
25/24 49/48 9/8 1,0 , , is the inplane deflection of the bracing system due to q plus any external loads.
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Table XII.4
\
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2Sd
\r
2Sd \
2Sd \
2Sd
* * * .
P
1
,P2Sd
V Iq+w
v
lSd
P2Sd
, r P 2Sd
lSd
V
2Sd
XXXX
(D
f t t
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Xll.d Bracing system stability (1) Reference may be made to chapter IV.d. XILe First order elastic global analysis (1) Reference may be made to chapter IV .e. . Verifications at SLS (1) Reference may be made to chapters IV.f.l and VIII. b. XH.g Verifications at ULS
.g. 1 Classification of the bracing system Xll.g.1.1 Nonsway bracing system [5.2.5.3 (7)] (1) Where bracing system is a frame or subframe, it may itself be either sway or nonsway. (2) Examples of sway frames are mentionned in chater I.b.2. (3) In order to define the criterion used to classify a bracing system as sway or nonsway reference may be made to comments on rows 5 and 6 of flowchart FC 12 (see chapter XILa. 1.3). (4) As the criterion of sway or nonsway bracing system classification depends on the total vertical load, a same bracing system could be classified as sway according to a load case and as nonsway according to another load case. Therefore the criterion of sway or nonsway bracing system classification should be checked for each load case.
[5.1.2 (1)]
Xn.g.2 ULS checks (1) The frames shall be checked at ultimate limit states for the resistances of crosssections, members and connections. For those ULS checks reference may be made to the following chapters:  Classification of crosssections: see chapter V  Members in tension: see chapter VI  Members in compression: see chapter VH  Members in bending: see chapter VEI  Members with combined axial force and bending moments: see chapter IX  Transverse forces on webs: see chapter X  Connections: see chapter XI
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APPENDIX A : 1.
a a ad at aup an ai, a2 A Aeff Aeff.N Aeff.M Anet Aref A8 Av Ay.net Av.y Av.z b beff BpJld c c ALT cd com ce
Cf Cpe cr ct
CJEM
Latin symbols
designation of a buckling curve throat thickness of fllet weld geometrical data of the effects of actions geometrical data for the resistance design throat thickness for submerged arc welding designation of a buckling curve distance between fastener holes and edge accidental action; area of building loaded by external pressure of wind; area of gross crosssection effective area of class 4 crosssection effective area of class 4 crosssection subject to uniform compression (single Nx.sd) effective area of class 4 crosssection subject to uniaxial bending (single My.sd or single Mz.sd) net area of crosssection reference area for Cf (wind force) tensile stress area of bolt shear area of crosssection effective shear area for resistance to block shear shear area of crosssection according to yy axis shear area of crosssection according to zz axis designation of a buckling curve; flange width; building width effective breadth design punching shear resistance of the bolt head and the nut designation of a buckling curve; outstand distance altitude factor for reference wind velocity dynamic factor for wind force direction factor for reference wind velocity exposure coefficient for wind pressure and wind force
wind force coefficient external pressure coefficient for wind pressure roughness coefficient for determination of c e topography coefficient for determination of c e temporary (seasonal) factor for reference wind velocity nominal value related to the design effect of actions factors for determination of FyR^ factors for determination of MCT designation of a buckling curve; web depth bolt diameter mean diameter of inscribed and circumscribed circles of bolt head or nut hole diameter shift of relevant centroidal axis of the class 4 effective crosssection subject to uniform compression (single N x .sd) shift of the y centroidal axis of the class 4 effective crosssection subject to uniform compression shift of the centroidal axis of the class 4 effective crosssection subject to uniform compression shift of relevant centroidal axis of the class 4 effective crosssection subject to uniaxial bending (single My.sd or single Mz.sd) equivalent initial bow imperfection design value of equivalent initial bow imperfection distance between hole fastener and edge modulus of elasticity or Young Modulus; effect of actions at SLS
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European Convention for Constructional Steelwork European Community of Steel and Coal Eurocode 1 (/11) Eurocode 3 (/2/) Eurocode 8 (3f) design value of the effect of action characteristic value of effects of actions at SLS design natural frequency natural frequency recommended limit of natural frequency ultimate tensile strength nominal value of ultimate tensile strength for bolt yield strength basic yield strength of the flat steel material before cold forming nominal value of yield strength for bolt action (load, transverse force, imposed deformations,...) flowchart design bearing resistance per bolt characteristic value of bearing resistance per bolt design value of action friction force force on bolt calculted from Msd and/or Fbjw characteristic value of action design punching shear resistance per bolt design transverse force applied on web through the flange characteristic value of transverse force design slip resistance per bolt at the ultimate limit state design slip resistance per bolt at the serviceability limit state caracteristic slipresistance per bolt and per friction interface design tension resistance per bolt characteristic value of tension resistance per bolt design tensile force per bolt for the ultimate limit state design shear resistance per bolt characteristic value of shear resistance per bolt and per shear plane design shear force per bolt for the ultimate limit state design shear force per bolt for the serviceability limit state resultant wind force characteristic value of resistance force of fillet weld design force of fillet weld distributed permanent action; dead load permanent action design permanent action characteristic value of permanent action overall depth of crosssection; storey height; building height overall height of structure total horizontal load radius of gyration about relevant axis using the properties of gross crosssection second moment of area A second moment of effective area Aeff (class 4 crosssection) torsional constant warping constant second moment of area about zz axis subscript meaning characteristic (unfactored) value effective length factor factor for lateraltorsional buckling with NM interaction buckling factor for outstand flanges
yield strength of the web
F, Fi, F2 FC Fb.Rd Fb.Rk Fd Ffr Fh.sd Fk FpjRd F8d F8k Fs.Rd Fs.Rd.ser Fs.Rk Ft.Rd FtRk FLsd Fv.Rd Fv.Rk Fv.8d Fv.sd.ser Fw Fw.Rk Fw.sd g G Gd Gk h ho H i eff
k k kLT k<j
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LT
Me Mef
Mpr
MpRd MpiwJld Mp/:y.Rd Mp z Jtd MRd Msd My.Rd Mw.sd My My.Sd Mz M z .sd
n nc nr ns N NAD
effective length factor for warping end condition factors for NM interaction roughness factor of the terrain portion of a member effective length for outofplane bending system length; span length; weld length buckling length of member lateraltorsional buckling distance between extreme fastener holes mass per unit length maximum minimum bending moment design resistance moment for lateraltorsional buckling elastic critical moment for lateraltorsional buckling design resistance moment of the crosssection torsional moment elastic moment capacity design plastic resistance moment of the crosssection consisting of the flanges only reduced design plastic resistance moment allowing for axial force N reduced design plastic resistance moment allowing for axial force N and by shear force V reduced design plastic resistance moment about yy axis allowing for axial force N and shear force V reduced design plastic resistance moment about zz axis allowing for axial force N and shear force V reduced design plastic resistance moment about yy axis allowing for axial force N reduced design plastic resistance moment about zz axis axial force N plastic moment capacity design plastic resistance moment of the crosssection design plastic resistance moment of the web design plastic resistance moment of the crosssection about yy axis design plastic resistance moment of the crosssection about zz axis design bending moment resistance of the member design bending moment applied to the member design plastic resistance moment reduced by shear force design value of moment applied to the web bending moment about yy axis design bending moment about yy axis applied to the member bending moment about zz axis design bending moment about zz axis applied to the member number of fastener holes on the block shear failure path number of columns in plane number of members to be restrained by the bracing system number of storeys normal force; axial load National Application Document design buckling resistance of the member design buckling resistance of the member according to yy axis design buckling resistance of the member according to zz axis normal force in compression elastic critical axial force design compression resistance of the crosssection
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q
qk qref
Q Qd Qk
vk.max R Ra,Rd Rb,Rd Rd Rk Ry,Rd
S S
Sd Sk
Ss
S Sk SLS
tf
sd
h
tw
U
ULS v
Vref Vref.O
V
Vba.Rd Vcr V//Sd
v8d
pRd V p yJld VpzJid
V
v Rd
Vsd Vy Vy.Sd Vz
design value of tensile force applied perpendicular to the fillet weld design plastic resistance of the gross crosssection design resistance for tension or compression member design value of tensile force or compressive force design tension resistance of the crosssection normal force in tension design ultimate resistance of the net crosssection at holes for fasteners design internal axial force applied to member according to xx axis distances between bolt holes Point load imposed variable distributed load characteristic value of imposed variable distributed load reference mean wind pressure imposed variable point load design variable action characteristic value of imposed variable point load variable action which causes the largest effect radius of root fillet rolled sections design crippling resistance of the web design buckling resistance of the web design resistance of the member subject to internal forces or moment characteristic value of Rd design crushing resistance of the web snow load thickness of fillet weld design snow load characteristic value of the snow load on the ground length of stiff bearing effects of actions at ULS design value of an internal force or moment applied to the member characteristic value of effects of actions at ULS Serviceability Limit states design thickness, nominal thickness of element, material thickness flange thickness thickness of the plate under the bolt head or the nut thickness of a plate welded to an unstiffened flange web thickness major axis Ultimate Limit States minor axis reference wind velocity basic value of the reference wind velocity shear force; total vertical load design shear buckling resistance elastic critical value of the total vertical load design value of shear force applied parallel to the fillet weld design value of shear force applied perpendicular to the fillet weld design shear plastic resistance of crosssection design shear plastic resistance of crosssection according to yy axis (// to web) design shear plastic resistance of crosssection according to zz axis (_L to flange) design shear resistance of the member design shear force applied to the member; design value of the total vertical load shear forces applied parallel to yy axis design shear force applied to the member parallel to yy axis shear force parallel to zz axis
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2.
ctcr A M
PM.LT
Greek symbols
coefficient of frequency of the basis mode vibration coefficient of linear thermal expansion factor to determine the position of the neutral axis coefficient of critical amplification or coefficient of remoteness of critical state of the frame nondimensional coefficient for buckling equivalent uniform moment factor for flexural buckling equivalent uniform moment factor for lateraltorsional buckling equivalent uniform moment factor for flexural buckling about yy axis equivalent uniform moment factor for flexural buckling about zz axis nondimensional coefficient for lateraltorsional buckling correlation factor (for a fillet weld) partial safety factor for force or for action partial safety factor for permanent action partial safety factor for the resistance at ULS partial safety factor for the resistance of bolted connections partial safety factor for the slip resistance of preloaded bolts partial safety factor for the resistance of welded connections partial safety factor for resistance at ULS of class 1,2 or 3 crosssections (plasticity or yielding) partial safety factor for resistance of class 4 crosssections (local buckling resistance) partial safety factor for the resistance of member to buckling partial safety factor for the resistance of net section at bolt holes partial safety factor for variable action relative horizontal displacement of top and bottom of a storey horizontal displacement of the braced frame design deflection design vertical deflection of floors, beams,... design horizontal deflection of frames recommended limit of horizontal deflection in plane deflection of the bracing system due to q plus any external loads
\iy vi z w w YF YG YM YMb YMs.ser YMW YMO YMI YMI YM2 YQ 5b 5d 5dv fd OHmax
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plate slenderness ratio for class 4 effective crosssections nondimensional slenderness of the member for buckling about w axis Xy non dimensional slenderness ratio of the member for buckling about yy axis non dimensional slenderness ratio of the member for buckling about zz axis factor for F s R^ depending on surface class snow load shape coefficient _ factor for NM interaction with lateraltorsional buckling \x.y factor for NM interaction factor for NM interaction density reduction factor due to shear force V 8 d py reduction factor due to shear force Vy.sd reduction factor due to shear force Vz.sd normal stress Oq numerical values for the stabilizing forces of a bracing system Gx.Ed> tfxm.Ed> design values of normal stresses for web check with Von Mises criteria XLT Xmin Xy Xz
<*z.Ed
shear stresss Poisson's ratio initial sway imperfection of the frame reduction factor for the relevant buckling mode reduction factor for lateraltorsional buckling minimum of xy and reduction factor for the relevant buckling mode about yy axis reduction factor for the relevant buckling mode about zz axis
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APPENDIX :
0.c Table 0.1 I Table 1.1 Table 1.2 Table 1.3 Table 1.4 Table 1.5 Table 1.6 Table 1.7 Table 1.8 Table .1 Table .2 Table . 3 Table .4 Table .5 Table .6 Table .7 Table .8 Table . 1 Table .2 Table . 3 Table .4 Table .5 Table .6 Table .7 Table .8 Table .9 IV Table IV. 1 Table IV.2 Table IV. 3 Table IV.4 Table IV.5 Table IV.6 V Table V. 1 Table V.2 Table V.3 Table V.4 Table V.5 Table V.6
SYMBOLS AND NOTATIONS Dimensions and axes of rolled steel sections INTRODUCTION Summary of design requirements Partial safety factor YM for the resistance Definition of framing for horizontal loads Checks at Serviceability Limit States Member submitted to internal forces, moments and transverse forces Planes within internal forces, moments (N8d, V8d M8d) and transverses forces F8d are acting Internal forces, moments and transverse forces to be checked at ULS for different types of loading List of references to chapters of the design handbook related to all check formulas at ULS STRUCTURAL CONCEPT OF THE BUILDING Typical types of joints Modelling of joints Comparison table of different steel grades designation Nominal values of yield strength fy and ultimate tensile strength fu for structural steels to EN 10025 and EN 10113 Maximum thickness for statically loaded structural elements Maximum thickness for statically loaded structural elements Nominal values of yield strength fyb and ultimate tensile strength fub for bolts Material coefficient LOAD ARRANGEMENTS AND LOAD CASES Load arrangements (Fk) for building design according to ECl Imposed load (qk, Qk) on floors in buildings Pressures on surfaces Exposure coefficient ce as a function of height above ground External pressure Cpe for buildings depending on the size of the effected area A Reference height ZQ depending on h and b Combinations of actions for serviceability limit states Combinations of actions for ultimate limit states Examples for the application of the combinations rules in Table .8. All actions (g, q, P, s, w) are considered to originate from different sources DESIGN OF BRACED OR NONSWAY FRAME Modelling of frame for analysis Modelling of connections Global imperfections of the frame Values for the initial sway imperfections Specific actions for braced or nonsway frames Recommended limits for horizontal deflections CLASSIFICATION OF CROSSSECTIONS Definition of the classification of crosssection Determinant dimensions of crosssections for classification Classification of crosssection : limiting widthto thickness ratios for class 1 & class 2 I crosssections submitted to different types of loading Classification of crosssection : limiting widthto thickness ratios for class 3 I crosssections submitted to different types of loading Buckling factor k^ for outstand flanges Classification of crosssection : limiting widthtothickness ratios for internal flange elements submitted to different types of loading
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Table V.7 Table V.8 Table V.9 Table V. 10 VI Table VI. 1 Table VI.2 Table VI.3 Table VI.4
List of tables (2/3) Classification of crosssection : limiting widthtothickness ratios for angles tubular sections submitted to different types of loading Effective crosssectional data for symmetrical profiles (class 4 crosssections) Limiting values of axial load Nsd for web classification of I crosssections subject to axial load Nsd and to bending according to major axis My.sd Examples of shift of centroidal axis of effective crosssection MEMBERS IN TENSION (Ntension) List of checks to be performed at ULS for the member in tension (Ntension) Gross and net crosssections Reduction factors 2 and 3 Connection of angles MEMBERS IN C OMPRESSION (Ncompression) List of checks to be performed at ULS for the member in compression (NComp.) Imperfection factor Value of Euler slenderness Selection of buckling curve for a crosssection Buckling length of column : Lb Reduction factors = f () MEMBERS IN BENDING (V ; M ;( V,M)) List of checks to be performed at ULS for the member in bending according to the applied internal forces and/or moments(V ; M ;( V,M)) Recommended limiting values for vertical deflections Vertical deflections to be considered Recommended limiting values for floor vibrations Shear area A v for crosssections Determination of A vnet for block shear resistance Limiting widthtothickness ratio related to the shear buckling in web Simple postcritical shear strength z\,a Buckling factor for shear kT Reduction factor %LT = f (XLT) for lateraltorsional buckling Effective length factors : k, kw Numerical values for Ci and definition of Reduced design plastic resistance moment My.Rd allowing for shear force Interaction of shear buckling resistance and moment resistance with the simple postcritical method MEMBERS WITH COMBINED AXIAL FORCE AND BENDING MOMENT ((N, M) ;(N, V, M))
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vn
Table VILI Table Vfl.2 Table Vfl.3 Table VII.4 Table VIL5 Table Vfl.6
vm
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Table VIII.2 Table .3 Table Vm.4 Table Vni.5 Table Vfll.6 Table VIII.7 Table Vfll.8 Table VIfl.9 Table VIA. 10 Table Vm. 11 Table VIH. 12 Table Vm. 13 Table Vm. 14 LX Table IX. 1 Table IX.2 Table IX.3 Table IX.4 Table IX.5 Table LX.6 Table .7 Table IX.8 Table IX.9
List of checks to be performed at ULS for the member submitted to combined axial force and bending moment (, M) Principle of interaction formulas between axial force Nsd and bending moment Msd Reduced design plastic resistance moment MNJM allowing for axial load for Class 1 or 2 crosssections Interaction formulas for the (N,M) stability check of members of Class 1 or 2 Interaction formulas for the (N,M) stability check of members of Class 3 General interaction formulas for the (N,M) stability check of members of Class 4 Supplementary interaction formulas for the (N,M) stability check of members of Class 4 Reduced design resistance Nyjid allowing for shear force Reduced design plastic resistance moment MN.v.Rd allowing for axial load and shear force for Class 1 or 2 crosssections
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Table XL 1 Table XI.2 Table XI.3 Table XI.4 Table XI.5 Table XI.6 Table XI.7 Table XI.8 Table XI.9 Table XL 10 Table XL 11 Table XL 12 Table XL 13 Table XL 14 Table XL 15 Table XL 16
CONNECTIONS
Designation of distances between bolts Linear distribution of loads between fasteners Possible plastic distribution of loads between fasteners. Any realistic combination could be used, e.g. Prying forces Categories of bolted connections Bearing resistance per bolt for recommended detailing for t = 10 mm in [kN] Shear resistance per bolt and shear plane in [kN] Long joints Tension resistance per bolt in [kN] Interaction formula of shear resistance and tension resistance of bolts Characteristic slip resistance per bolt and friction interface for 8.8 and 10.9 bolts, where the holes in all the plies have standard nominal clearances Common types of welded joints Throat thickness Action effects in fillet welds Resistance of a fillet weld Effective breadth of an unstiffened tee joint
Table XII. 1 Table XII.2 Table XII. 3 Table XII.4 Table D.l
APPENDIX D
List of references to Eurocode 3 Part 1.1 related to all check formulas at ULS
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APPENDIX C :
List of flowcharts
Chapter Pages
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Elastic global analysis of steel frames according to Eurocode 3 General Details Comments (6 pages) Load arrangements & load cases for general global analysis of the structure Load arrangements & load cases for first order elastic global analysis of the structure Elastic global analysis of braced or nonsway steel frames according to EC 3 General Details Comments (4 pages) 50 51 52 to 55 62 ry VI VI VU VIII 63 82 83 90 102 I I HI m 14 15 16 to 21
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Members in tension (Ntension) Angles connected by one leg and submitted to tension
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(jFC lj Members in compression (Ncompression) (FC 8) Design of I members in uniaxial bending (Vz;My;(Vz,My)) or (Vy;Mz;(Vy,Mz)) FC 12jElastic global analysis of bracing system according to Eurocode 3 General Details Comments (6 pages)
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Typ ; References to Eurocode 3 Part 1.1 for ULS checks Internal forces moments, and Physical phenomena in function of classes of crosssections ([5.3]) : of class 3 class 4 transverse forces check s classes 1 or 2  tension resistance (gross & net section) R 5.4.3 (1)1 + [5.4.2.2] + [6.5.2.3] + [6.6.10] L Ntension. [5.4.4 (1).(2)] 5.4.4 (1),(2)1 compression resistance 2. Ncompression R S [5.5.1.1 (1).(3)] [5.5.1.1 (1),(3)1 buckling of members shear and block shear resistances R [3. V [5.4.6 (1)1 + ,6.5.2.2] shear buckling 5.6.1 (1)1 + 15.6.3] S uniaxial bending resistance M 5.4.5.1 (2)1 [5.4.5.1 (1)1 R 15.4.5.1 (1)1 lateraltorsional buckling (M y ) (LTB) [5.5.2(1)] [5.5.2 (1)] [5.5.2(1)] 1 _JS h . (M y ,M z ) [5.4.8.2(2)] [5.4.8.3 (2)] biaxial bending resistance R [5.4.8.1 (11),(12)]
6. (V,M) (V z ,M y ) 7. (V,M y ,M z ) (V z , My, M z ) 8. (N,M) (Ntension^y) (Ncomp.. My) (Ncomp.. Mz) 9. (N,My,M Z ) 10. (N, V) 11. (N, V,M) (N,V z ,My) 112. (RV.My.Mz) (N,Vz,My,Mz)
f5.5.4 (3H(4)1 [5.5.4 (5)+(6)l S [5.5.4 (1)+(2)1 R [5.4.7(3)] S [5.6.7.2 (1),(2),(3)] [5.4.7 (3)] + formulas for (My. Mz) R formulas for (Vz, M y ) S R ,5.4.8.2(2)1 5.4.8. [5.5.3 (2) to (5)] S [5.5.4 (3)+(4)] S [5.5.4 (l)+(2)] [5.5.4(1)] [5.5.4(3)] S 5.4.8.3 (2)1 [5.5.3(2)to (5)] [5.5.4 (5)+(6)] [5.5.4 (5)]
biaxial flexural buckling uniaxial bending & shear resistance uniaxial bending & shear buckling biaxial bending & shear resistance uniaxial bending & shear buckling uniaxial bending & axial force resistance lateraltorsional buckling (LTB) NM buckling + LTB NM buckling
R [5.4.8.1(11) ,(12)] [5.4.8.2 (2)] [5.4.8.3 (2)] 5.5.4 (3H(4)1 [5.5.4 (5)+(6)l S 5.5.4 (1)+(2)1 [5.4.9 (3)] +1"ormulas for (N tension , Ncomp.) R [5.6.7.2] S [5.4.9 (3)] + formulas for (,) interaction R S R
S R Il3. F,(F,N),(F,My), (F,N,My) F F (F.My) R S S S 14. (F.VZ),(F,N,VZ), R (F,Vz,My), (F.N,Vz,My) S tvpe of loadine:
biaxial bending & axial force resistance (Nbiaxial M) buckling + LTB shear and axial load resistance shear buckling uniaxial bending & shear and axial force resistance [5.6.7.2 (1),(2),(3)] + formulas for (,) interaction (Nuniaxial M) resistance & shear buckling [5.4.9 (3)] + formulas for (N,My,Mz) interaction biaxial bending & shear and axial force resistance formulas for (N.V^My) interaction (Nuniaxial M) resistance & shear buckling [5.4.10(2)] [5.4.10(1)] transverse force (+N, +M y ) resistance [5.4.10(1)1 [5.7.3 (1)1 [5.7.4(1)] +[5.7.5 (1),(2),(3)] [5.7.4 (2)] + formulas for M [5.7.7 (1),(2)] [5.7.7 (1),(2)] [5.7.7 (1),(2)] [5.4.10(5)] [5.4.10(4)] [5.4.10(4)] crushing crippling + buckling crippling compression flange induced buckling transverse forces + shear V z (+N, +My) resistance (Nuniaxial M) resistance & shear buckling
tension members com pression members men ibers in bend i men bers with c o m jined NM tranverse forces or t webs
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The aim of this ECSC research is to elaborate a simple but complete document to design commonly used buildings in steel construction. This document is completely based on Eurocode 3 and each paragraph totally conforms to Eurocode 3. Only the design formulas necessary to design braced or nonsway buildings are taken into account in this document. Tall buildings (skyscrapers) and halls are not treated. The designers and steel constructors are able to calculate and erect a commonly used steel building with this design handbook. Therefore also the important load cases from Eurocode 1 will be included in this document. The working group of the research project was constituted of 10 European engineering offices. Firstly that working group has carried out different examples of calculation of braced or nonsway buildings according to Eurocode 3, Part 1.1: check of existing steel structures and design of new steel buildings. Afterwards, thanks to those examples of calculation the needed design formulas of Eurocode 3 were highlighted and general procedure of design was determined. The design handbook 'Simplified version of Eurocode 3' is based on that experience. The link of the working group to the drafting panel of Eurocode 3 was guaranteed by the Professor Sedlacek of Aachen University. Liaison has been ensured with both other ECSC research projects No SA/312 and No SA/419 also dealing with Eurocode 3: respectively 'Application software of Eurocode 3: EC3tools' (CTICM, France) and 'Design handbook for sway buildings' (CSM, Italy).
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