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of their maximum predictable strength to resist the specific design

BASIC CODE REQUIREMENTS loads multiplied by the prescribed load factors, Otherwise, Type Dead Load

1 construction shall be designed, within the limitations of Sect.

Types of Construction (Sect. 4.2) 4.5, to resist the stresses produced by the specified design loads, The dead load to be assumed in design shall consist of the weight

Three basic types of construction and associated design assuming moment distribution in accordance with the elastic of steelwork and all material permanently fastened thereto or

assumptions are permissible under the respective conditions theory. supported thereby.

stated hereinafter, and each will govern in a specific manner the

size of members and the types and strength of their connection. Type 2 construction is permitted under this Specification, subject Live Load

to the situation of the following paragraph, whenever applicable.

Type 1, commonly designated as rigid-frame (continuous frame), In building designed as Type 2 construction (i.e., with beam- The live load shall be that stipulated by the applicable code under

assumes that the beam-to-column connection have column connection other than wind connection assumes flexible which the structure is being, designed or that dictated by the

sufficient rigidity to hold virtually unchanged the original under gravity loading) the wind moments may be distributed conditions involved.

angles between intersecting members. among selected joints of the frame, provided that:

1. The connections and connected members have Impact

Type 2, commonly design as simple framing (unrestrained, free- adequate capacity to resist the wind moments.

ended), assumes that insofar gravity loading is 2. The girders are adequate to carry the full gravity load For structures carrying live loads, which induce impact, the

connected for shear only, and are free to rotate under as “simple beams”. assumed live load shall be increased sufficiently to provide for

gravity load. 3. The connections have adequate inelastic rotation same. If not otherwise specified, the increase shall be:

capacity to avoid overstresses of the fastener or welds

Type 3, commonly designated as semi-rigid framing (partially under combined gravity and wind loading.

restrained), assumes that the connections of beams and For support of elevators……………………………………….100%

girder possess a dependable and known moment Type 3 (semi-rigid) construction will be permitted only upon

capacity intermediate in degree between the rigidity of For cab operated traveling crane support

evidence that the connections to be used are capable of

Type 1 and the flexibility of Type 2. girders and their connections…………………………………25%

furnishing, as a minimum, a predictable proportion of full end

restraint. The proportioning of main members joined by such

The design of all connections shall be consistent with the connection shall be predicated upon on greater degree of end For pendant operated traveling crane support

assumptions as to type of construction called for on the design restraint that this minimum. girders and their connections……………………...………….10%

drawings.

Type 2 and 3 construction may necessitate some none plastic, For support of light machinery, shaft or motor

Type 1 constructions unconditionally permitted under this but self-limiting, deformation of a structural steel part. drive, not less than……………………………………………..20%

Specification. Two different methods of design are recognized.

Within the limitation laid down in Sect, 4.27, members of

For supports of reciprocating machinery or power

driven units, not less than……………………………………..50% Table 3 – 2 Allowable Stresses for Structural Steel (Section 4.5) Types of Stresses & Condition

NSCP

Eq.

NSCP Specification

Types of Stresses & Condition Eq. 3. On axially loaded bracings & Fa [by Eq. F or Eq. G]

Specification

For hangers supporting floors and balconies…………………33% secondary members where L/r Fa = H

Tension: L

>120 1.6 -

Except for pin-connected members 200r

4. On gross area of plate girder

1. On Gross Area Ft = 0.60 Fy A Fa = 0.60 Fy I

stiffeners

Table 3 – 1 ASTM Structural Steel Grades for Rolled Products 2. On Effective Net Area Ft = 0.50 Fu B 5. On web of rolled shapes a toe of

Fa = 0.75 Fy J

ASTM Fy Fx For pin-connected members fillet (cripping)

Steel Type

Designation ksi MPa ksi MPa Bending on Strong Axis of I-shaped

1. On Net Area Ft = 0.45 Fy C

Carbon Members and Channels

32 221 58-80 400-551 Shear:

A36 Compact Section

36 248 58-80 400-551 1. On effective cross-sectional area

Tension & Compression

(except at reduced section, the

A529 42 290 60-85 414-586 (provided the flanges are

effective area of rolled and fabricated connected continuously to the

Fv = 0.40 Fy D

High-Strength 40 276 60 414 shape may be taken as the overall

web or webs and the laterally

Low-Alloy 42 290 63 434 depth times the web thickness)

A441 unsupported length of the

46 317 67 462 compression flange Lb does

50 345 70 483 2. At beam end connections where the Fb = 0.66 Fy K

not exceed the value of Lc,

42 42 290 60 414 top flange is coped, and in similar where Lc is the smaller value

50 50 345 65 448 situations where failure might occur of

by shear along a plane through the 170 137,900

60 60 414 75 517 fasteners, or by a combination of or

Fv = 0.30 Fy E Fy d

65 65 448 80 551 shear along a plane through the F

Af y

Corrosion 42 290 63 434 fasteners plus tension along a Non-compact Section

Restraint A242 46 317 67 462 perpendicular plane ( At reduced

For members meeting the above

High-Strength section)

50 345 70 483 requirements for Lb except that

Low-Alloy 42 290 63 434 their flanges are non-compact.

Compression members/Columns: bf

46 317 67 462 i.e. Fb = Fy 0.79 - 0.00076 Fy L

A588 1. When kL/r < Cc 2tf

170 bf 250

50 345 70 483 < <

2 2E kL ⎤

2 Fy 2tf Fy

Quench & 100- Cc = ⎡

90 620 689-896 Fy r ⎥ Fy

Tempered Alloy A514 130 = ⎢1- F

⎢

2

2Cc ⎥ FS For non-compact section not

110- kL kL 3

100 689 758-896 5 3( r ) ( r ) ⎣ included above with

130 FS = + -

8 8CC 8Cc 3 200bf Fb = 0.60 Fy M

Lb ≤

2. When kL/r > Cc Fy

⎡ 12π ⎤

=⎢ ⎥

Allowable bending stress in

⎢ kL ⎥ G

⎣23 r tension on compact or non- Fb = 0.60 Fy N

compact section with Lb > Lc

Types of Stresses & Condition Eq.

Specification

Allowable ending stress in in any diagonal or zigzag line, the net width of the part

NSCP

compression on compact or non- Types of Stresses & Condition Eq. shall be obtained by deducting from the gross width the

Specification

compact sections with Lb > Lc, Fb is

the larger value of (Eq. O or Eq. P Bending on Weak Axis of Box sum of the diameters of all the holes in the chain and

Members, Rectangular Tubes and

and Eq. Q):

Circular Tubes

adding, for each gage space in the chain, the quantity

When: 2

⎡ I ⎤ Compact Section Fb = 0.66 Fy T

Fy

L 703,270 Cb 2

Fb = ⎢ -

rT ⎥ Fy Non-compact Section Fb = 0.66 Fy U s2 / 4g Eq. 3 – 1

6

rT Fy ⎢3 10.55 x 10 Cb ⎥ Bearing

And ⎣ O On contact area of milled surfaces Where s = longitudinal center-to-center spacing

L 3,516,330Cb and ends of fitted bearing

≤

But

stiffeners; on projected area of Fp = 0.90Fy V (pitch) of any two consecutive holes, mm

rT Fy F 0.60 F

pins reamed, drilled, or bored g = traverse center-to-center spacing (gage) of

holes

On projected area of bolts and

the same two holes, mm

When: Fp = 1.50Fu W

1,172,100 C rivets in shear connections. S1

F = 0.6F

3,516,330 I P

> r

GROSS AND NET AREAS

g1

82,740 C B

F = 0.6F g2 p

Note: Eq. Q is applicable only to Id Gross area

sections with compression flange A

Q

that is solid and approximately For channels bent about their

rectangular in cross section and major axis, Fb in compression The gross area of a member at any point shall be determined by S2

that has an area not less than the is determine from Eq. Q summing the product of the thickness and the gross width of each

tension flange

2

Bending on Weak Axis of I-shaped elements as measured normal to the axis of the member. S

An = B - Holes + t Eq. 3-2

Members, Solid Bars, and 4g

Rectangular Plates

Doubly symmetrical I- and H- For angles, the gross width shall be the sum of the widths of the

shape members with compact legs less the thickness. Ae = An ≤85 Ag Eq. 3-3

flanges continuously connected to

the web and bent about their

weaker axis; solid round and

Fb = 0.75Fy R Net Area 3. For angels, the gross width shall be the sum of the

square bars; and solid rectangular widths of the legs less the thickness. The gage for

sections bent about their weaker

axes

The net area An of a member is the sum of the products of the holes in opposite legs shall be the sum of the gages

Members with non-compact

Fb = 0.60Fy

thickness and the net width of each element computed as follows: from back of angles less the thickness

S

section 1. The width of bolt or rivet hole shall be taken as 1.6mm

greater than the nominal dimension of the hole.

When the load is transmitted by welds through some but not all DESIGN OR ANALYSIS OF RIVETED OR BOLTED AXIALLY

of the cross-sectional elements of the member, the effective net LOADED TENSION MEMBERS

100

area Ae shall be computed as: (CONNECTIONS)

90

of axially loaded tension connections:

80 Where: Ag = gross area of the member

t = 10

Unless a large coefficient can be justified by test or other `

S = 100 recognized criteria, the following values of Ct shall be used in P

W

g = 90 + 80 – 10 = 160 computations:

4. The critical net area An of the part is obtained from the 1. W, M or S shapes with flange width not less than 2/3

chain which gives the least net width. the depth, and structural tees cut from these shapes, t t

5. In determining the net area across plug or slot welds, provided the connection is to the flanges and has no Gross Area Net Area

the weld metal shall not be considered as a adding to fewer than 3 fasteners per line I the direction of stress, Ag An ≤ 0.85 A g

the net area. U = 0.90

2. W, M or S shapes not meeting the conditions of subs Gross Area, Ag = W x t

Effective Net Area paragraph1, structural tees cut from these shapes, Net Area, An = [W - (holes+1.6)] x t ≤ 85% Ag

including has not than fasteners per line in the direction

When the load is transmitted directly o each of the cross-sectional of stress, U = 0.85. 1. Tension on Gross Area:

elements by connectors, the effective net area Ae is equal to the 3. All members whose connections have only 2 fasteners Actual Stress ft = P Ag Single Shear

net area An. per line in the direction of stress, U = 0.755. Allowable Stress, Ft = 0.60 Fy

When the load is transmitted by bolts or rivets through some but Riveted and bolted splice and gusset plates and other connection

not all of the cross-sectional elements of the member the effective 2. Tension on Net Area:

fitting subject to tensile force shall be designed in accordance Actual Stress, ft = P An

net area Ae shall be computed as: with the provisions of Sect. 4.5.1.1, where the effective net area Allowable Stress, Ft = 0.50 Fu Double Shear

shall be taken as the actual net area, except that, for the purpose

Ae = U An Eq. 3 – 4 of design calculations, it shall not be taken a greater than 85

percent of the gross area.

Where: An = net area of the member

U = a reduction coefficient

Actual Stress, ft = P Av CONNECTION x = x-coordinate of the rivet

Av = Abolt x n (for single shear) y = y-coordinate of the rivet

Y Xp

Av = 2Abolt x n (for double shear) Px & Py = load due to moment alone

n = number of bolts PDx & PDy = load due to axial force alone (direct load)

e

Allowable shearing stress, Fv Py

depends on the type and material of bolts If the rivets are equidistant from the centroid of the rivet group

P such as those shown below:

See Table 3 – 9

P

4. Bearing on the projected area between the bolt and the c b Px P

Px P

Yp P P

plate:

P d P

P

dP

Actual Stress, fp = P Ap d a

c

c d

Ap= (Bolt diameter x plate thickness) Px PDx T

P

T

Allowable stress Fp = 1.50 Fu P

Py P

R P P

5. Combined shearing and tearing:

(P X d) n =T

Shearing T

Py Px Load due to moment alone, P = Eq. 3 - 11

Direct Load PDy = & PDx = Eq. 3 – 6 nxd

n n

Tearing

Moment T = Pe = Py Xp + Px Yp Eq. 3 – 7

P Ty WELDED CONNECTION

Px = Eq. 3 – 8

(x2+ y2 )

GROOVE WELDS

Tx Eq. 3 – 9

Py =

(x2+ y2 ) Effective Area of Groove Welds

Allowable shearing stress, Fv = 0.30 Fu

The effective area of groove welds shall be based on the

Allowable tearing stress, Ft = 0.50 Fu

2

Eq. 3 – 10 following:

Total Load, R = (Px+ PDx )2 + Py + PDy

1. The effective area of a groove welds shall be considered as except that the weld size need not exceed the thickness of the

Shielded metal

the effective length of the weld time the effective throat arc J or U Joint thinnest part joined. For this exception, particular care shall be

thickness. Submerged arc Depth of chamfer taken to provide sufficient preheat for soundness of the weld.

2. The effective length a groove weld shall be the width of the part All

Bevel or V joint

joined. Gas Metal Arc FILLET WELDS

60

3. The effective throat thickness of a complete penetration groove Flux-cored arc

Bevel or V joint < Depth of chamfer

60 but 45 minus 3mm

weld shall be the thickness of the thinner part joined. Effective Area

4. The effective throat thickness of a partial-penetration groove The effective area of groove welds shall be based on the

Table 3 – 4: Effective Throat Thickness of Flare Groove

weld shall be as shown in Table 3 – 3. following:

Welds

5. The effective throat thickness of a flare groove weld when flush Type of Weld Radius (R) of Bar or Effective Throat

1. The effective area of fillet welds shall be taken as the

to the surface of a bar of 90 bend in a formed section shall be Bend Thickness effective length times the effective throat thickness.

as shown in Table 3 – 4. Random sections of production welds Flare Bevel Groove All (5/16)R 2. The effective length of fillet welds, except fillet welds in holes

for each welding procedure, or such test sections as may be and slots, shall be the overall length of full-size fillets,

Flare V-Groove All (1/2)Rt

required by design documents, shall be used to verify that including returns.

tUse (3/8)R for Gas Metal Arc Welding (Except short circuiting transfer process)

effective throat is consistently obtained. when R 12mm

3. The effective throat thickness of a fillet weld shall be the

6. Larger effective throat thicknesses than those in Table 3 – 3 shortest distance from the root of the joint to the face of the

are permitted, provided the fabricator can establish by Table 3 – 5: Minimum Effective Throat Thickness of Partial – diagrammatic weld, except that for fillet welds made by the

qualification that he can consistently provide such larger Penetration Groove Welds submerged arc process, the effective throat thickness shall

effective throat thicknesses. Qualification shall consist of Material Thickness of Thicker Part Minimum Effective Throat be taken equal to the leg size for 10mm and smaller fillet

sectioning the weld normal to its axis, at mid – length and Joined Thickness welds, and equal to the theoretical throat plus 3 mm for fillet

To 6 mm inclusive 3 mm

terminal ends. Such sectioning shall be made on a number of Over 6 mm to 12 mm 5 mm

welds larger than 10 mm.

combinations of materials sizes representative of the range to Over 12 mm to 20 mm 6 mm 4. For fillet welds in holes and slots, the effective length shall

be used in the fabrication or as required by the designer. Over 20 mm to 38 mm 8 mm be the length of the centerline of the weld along the center

Over 38 mm to 57 mm 10 mm

Over 57 mm to 150 mm 12 mm of the lane through the throat. In the case of overlapping

Table 3 – 3: Effective Throat Thickness of Partial- Over 150 mm 16 mm fillets, the effective area shall not exceed the nominal cross-

Penetration Groove Welds sectional area of the hole slot in the plane of the faying

Welding Welding

Included Angle

Effective Root Limitations of Groove Weld surface.

at Root of

Process Position

Groove

Thickness Limitation of Fillet Welds

The minimum effective throat thickness of a partial-penetration 1. The minimum size of fillet welds shall be as shown in

groove weld shall be as shown in Table 3 – 5. Minimum effective Table 3 – 6. Minimum weld size is dependent upon the

throat thickness is determined by the thicker of two parts joined, thicker of the two parts joined, except that the weld size

need not exceed the thickness of the thinner part. For this them the traverse spacing of longitudinal fillet welds used on the plane about which bending moments are

exception particular case shall be taken to provide in end connections of tension members shall not exceed computed. For framing angles and simple end-plate

sufficient preheat for soundness of the weld. Weld sizes 200 mm, unless the member is designed on the basis of connections which depend upon flexibility of the

larger than the thinner art joined are permitted if required effective net area. outstanding legs for connection flexibility, end returns

by calculated strength. In the as-welded condition, the 4. Intermittent filled welds are permitted to transfer shall not exceed four time the nominal size of the weld.

distance between the edge of the base metal and the toe calculated stress across a joint or faying surface when the Fillet welds that occur on opposite side of a common to

of the weld may be less than 1.6 mm provided the weld strength required is less than that developed by a both welds. End returns shall be indicated on the design

size is clearly verifiable. continuous filled weld of the smallest permitted size, and and details drawings.

to join components of built-up members. The effective

Table 3 – 6: Minimum Size of Fillet Welds length of any segment of intermittent fillet welding shall be PLUG AND SLOT WELDS

Material Thickness of Thicker Part Minimum Size of Fillet Weld not less than 4 times the weld size, with a minimum of 38

Joined

To 6 mm inclusive 3 mm

mm. Effective Area

Over 6 mm to 12 mm 5 mm 5. In lap joints, the minimum lap shall be 5 times the The effective shearing area of plug and slots welds shall be

Over 12 mm to 20 mm 6 mm thickness of the thinner part joined, but not less than 25 considered as the nominal cross-sectional area of the hole or

Over 20 mm 8 mm

mm. lap joints joining plates or bars subjected to axial slot in the plane of the faying surface.

stress shall be fillet welded along the end of both lapped

2. The maximum size of fillet welds that is permitted along

parts, except where the deflection of the lapped part is Limitations of Plug and Slot Welds

edges of connected parts shall be:

sufficiently restrained to prevent opening of the joint under 1. Plug or slot welds are permitted to transmit shear in lap

a. Material less than 6 mm thick, not greater than the

maximum loading. joints or to prevent buckling of lapped arts and to join

thickness of the material.

6. Fillet welds in holes or lots are permitted to transmit shear component parts of built-up members.

b. Material 6 mm or more in thickness, not greater than

in lap joints or to prevent the buckling or separation of 2. The diameter of the hole for a plug weld shall not be less

the thickness of the material minus 1.6 mm, unless the

lapped parts and to join components of built-up member than the thickness of the art containing it plus 8 mm,

weld is especially designated on the drawings to be

such fillet welds may overlap, subject to the provision of rounded to the next larger odd 1.6 mm, nor greater than

built out to obtain full-throat thickness.

the Code. The fillet welds in holes or slots are not to be the minimum diameter plus 3 mm or 2 ¼ times the

3. The minimum effective length of fillet welds designated on

considered plug or slot welds. thickness of the weld.

the basis of strength shall be not less than 4 times the

7. Slide or end fillet welds terminating at ends or sides, 3. The minimum center-to-center spacing of plug welds shall

nominal size, or else the size of the weld shall be

respectively, of parts members shall, wherever be four times the diameter of the hole.

considered not to exceed ¼ of its effective length. If

practicable, be returned continuously around the corners 4. The minimum spacing of lines of slot welds in a direction

longitudinal fillet welds are used alone in end connections

for a distance not less than 2 times the normal size of the transverse to their length shall be 4 times the width of the

of flat bar tension members, the length of each fillet weld

weld. This provision shall apply to side and top fillet welds slot. The minimum center-to-center spacing in a

shall be not less than the perpendicular distance between

connecting brackets, beam seats ad similar connections,

longitudinal direction on any line shall be 2 times the Table 3 – 7: Allowable Stresses on Welds a. For definition of effective area, see Section 4.14.6

length of the slot. Required Weld b. For “matching” weld metal, see Table 4.1.1, AWS D1.1-77

Type of Weld and Stress Allowable Stress

Strength Leve b, c

5. The length of slot for a slot weld shall not exceed 10 times Complete-Penetration Groove Welds c. Weld metal one strength level stronger than the “Matching”

the thickness of the weld. The width of the slot shall be Tension normal to effective

“Matching” weld weld metal will be permitted.

Same as base metal metal must be

not less than the thickness of the part containing it plus 8 area d. See Sect. 4.10.8 for a limitation on use of partial-penetration

used

mm, nor shall it be larger than 2v4 times the thickness of Compression normal to groove welded joints.

Same as base metal

effective area Weld metal with a

the weld. The ends of the slot times shall be semi-circular Tension and compression strength level equal e. Fillet welds and partial-penetration groove welds joining the

Same as base metal

or shall have the corners rounded to a radius not less than parallel to axis of weld to or less than component elements of built-up members, such as flange-to-

0.3 x nominal tensile strength of weld metal “matchmaking”

the thickness of the part containing it, except those ends (MPa) except shear stress on base metal weld metal may be web connections, may be designed without regard to the

Shear on effective area used.

shall not exceed 0.40 x yield stress of base

which extend to the edge of the part. metal

tensile or compressive stress in these elements parallel to the

6. The thickness of plug or slots welds in material 16 mm or Partial-Penetration Groove Weldsd axis of the welds.

less in thickness shall be equal to the thickness of the Compression normal to

effective area Same as base material

material. In material over 16 mm thick, the thickness of The permissible unit stresses for fillet welds made with E 60 XX -

Tension and compression

the weld shall be at least ½ the thickness of the material parallel to axis of weld

Same as base material Weld metal with a , E 70 XX -, and E 80 XX – type electrodes on A 36 the fact that

strength level equal

but not less than 16 mm. 0.3 x nominal tensile strength of weld metal to or less than

the stress in a fillet weld is considered as shear on the throat,

(MPa) except shear stress on base metal

Shear parallel to axis of weld

shall not exceed 0.40 x yield stress of base

“matchmaking” regardless of the direction of the applied load. Neither plug nor

weld metal may be

COMBINATION OF WELDS metal

used slot welds shall be assigned any values in resistance other that

0.3 x nominal tensile strength of weld metal

Tension normal to effective (MPa) except shear stress on base metal shear.

If two or more of the general types of weld (groove, fillet, plug, area shall not exceed 0.60 x yield stress of base

metal

slot) are combined in a single joint, the effective capacity of Fillet Welds Table 3 – 8: Allowable Working Strength of Fillet Welds

each shall be separately computed with reference to the axis 0.3 x nominal tensile strength of weld metal Weld metal with a Size of Weld Allowable Load (kN/mm)

(MPa) except shear stress on base metal strength level equal E 60 xx E 70 xx E 80 xx

of the group in order to determined allowable capacity of the Shear on effective area

shall not exceed 0.40 x yield stress of base to or less than Electrode Electrode Electrode

combination. metal “matchmaking” Fu = 60 ksi Fu = 70 ksi Fu = 80 ksi

Tension or compression weld metal may be in mm Fu = 414 MPa Fu = 482 MPa Fu = 551 MPa

Same as base material

parallel to axis of weld used

Fv = 0.3 Fu Fv = 0.3 Fu Fv = 0.3 Fu

Mixed Weld Metal Plug and Slot Welds Fv = 124 MPa Fv = 145 MPa Fv = 165 MPa

Weld metal with a

3/16 4.76 0.417 0.488 0.555

0.3 x nominal tensile strength of weld metal strength level equal

(MPa) except shear stress on base metal to or less than 1/4 6.35 0.557 0.651 0.741

When notch-toughness is specified, the process consumables Shear parallel to faying 5/16 7.94 0.696 0.814 0.926

shall not exceed 0.40 x yield stress of base “matchmaking”

for all weld metal, tack welds, root pass and subsequent metal weld metal may be 3/8 9.52 0.835 0.976 1.111

used 1/2 12.7 1.113 1.302 1.482

passes, deposited in a joint shall be compatible to assure

5/8 15.9 1.394 1.630 1.855

notch-tough composite weld metal. 3/4 19.2 1.683 1.968 2.240

Fillet Weld P = 0.707 t L Fv Eq. 3 – 17 rivets

L = L1 + L2 + L3 Eq. 3 – 18 A 307 Bolts 140a 70

Threaded parts meeting the 0.33Fu 0.17Fuh

Throat = 0.717 t Eq. 3 – 12 L1 x a = L2 x b = L 3 x c Eq. 3 – 19 requirements of Sects. 4.4.1 & a,c,h

the requirements of Sect. 4.4.4,

when threads are not excluded

from shear planes

BALANCING WELD ECCENTRICALLY LOADED WELDED CONNECTION Threaded parts meeting the 0.33Fu 0.22Fuh

requirements of Sects. 4.4.1 & a,h

4.4.4 and A449 bolts meeting

Angular Section Fillet Welded on a Gusset Plate F the requirements of Sect. 4.4.4,

Direct Load, PD = Eq. 3 – 20 when threads are excluded

L from shear planes

L1 Moment, T = F x e Eq. 3 – 21 A 325 bolts, when treads are 300d 120 100 90 145f

not excluded from shear planes

Ty

a Px = Eq. 3 – 22 A 325 bolts, when treads are 300d 120 100 90 210f

P J excluded from shear planes

Tx A490 bolts, when threads are 370d 150 130 110 190f

b Py = J

Eq. 3 – 23 not excluded from shear planes

2 A490 bolts, when threads are 370d 150 130 110 280f

L2 L

J= L + XG 2+YG 2 Eq. 3 – 24 excluded from shear planes

a. Static loading only

12

b. Thread permitted in shear lanes

c. The tensile capacity of the threaded portion of an upset rod, based upon the cross-sectional

P = 0.707 t L Fv Eq. 3 – 14 area of its major thread diameter, Ab, shall be larger than the nominal body area of the rod

Total load, R = (Px )2+(P x+PD )2 Eq. 3 – 24 before upsetting times 0.60 Fy.

L = L1 + L2 Eq. 3 – 15 d. For A325 and A490 bolts subject to tensile fatigue loading, see Appendix B, Sect B3

e. When specified by the designer, the allowable shear stress, Fv, for friction-type connections

L 1 x a = L2 x b Eq. 3 – 16 N having a special faying surface conditions may be increased to the applicable value given in

Where PD = direct load in Appendix E.

mm f. When bearing-type connections used to splice tension members have a fastener pattern

N whose length, measured parallel to the line of force, exceeds 1270 mm, tabulated values

Px & Py = load due to moment in shall be reduced by 20%.

mm

Angular Section Fillet Welded on a Gusset Plate g. See Sect 4.5.6

L=length of each weld, mm h. See Appendix C, Table 2, for values specific ASTM steel specifications

(With Transverse Fillet Weld) i. For limitations on use of oversized and slotted holes, see Sect. 4.23.4.

e = eccentricity, mm

L1

Table 3 – 9: Allowable Stresses on Fasteners, MPa

a Allowable Shearg (Fv)

Friction-type Connectionse,i

AXIALLY LOADED COLUMNS & OTHER COMPRESSION

L3 c P Allowable Bearing-

Description of Fasteners Tensiong Stand

Oversized and

Long-

type MEMBERS

b Ft ard slotte

Short-slotted connectio

Size d

Holes n

L2 Holes Holes

A 502 Grade 1, hot-driven 160a 120f

Euler’s Stress

rivets For Hinged-Ended Columns:

2 EI

Euler critical load, P = Eq. 3 – 26 Table 3 -10: Effective Length Factors When KL/r > Cc (long column)

L2

2E

2E

Euler critical stress, Fa = (L r)2

Eq. 3 – 27 Fs =

12

Eq. 3 – 33

23 (KL r)2

Buckled shape of

column is shown

Allowable Stress on Axially Loaded Bracings and

4 2 EI

Euler critical load, P = Eq. 3 – 28 by dashed line Secondary Members where L/r > 120

L2

4 2E

Euler critical stress, Fa = Eq. 3 – 29 1

(L r)2 Fa = L Fa [by Eq. 3-31 or Eq. 3-33] Eq. 3 – 34

1.6- 200 r

L/r = maximum slenderness ratio Theoretical K value 0.5 0.7 1.0 1.0 2.0 2.0

Recommended BEAMS AND OTHER FLEXURAL MEMBERS

design value when

0.65 0.80 1.20 1.00 2.10 2.00

ideal conditions are

approximated

These formulas apply to singly or doubly symmetric beams

NSCP/AISC Specifications including hybrid beams and girders loaded in the plane of

Rotation fixed and translation fixed

symmetry. It also applies to channels loaded in a plane passing

Rotation free and translation fixed through the shear center parallel to the web or restrained against

2 2E End conditions

Cc = Fy

Eq. 3 – 30 code twisting at load points and points of support

Rotation fixed and translation free

Rotation free and translation free ALLOWABLE STRESS ON STRONG AXIS BENDING OF

KL/r = Maximum effective slenderness ratio I – Shaped Members and Channels

K = effective length factor (See Table 3-10 in Page 255) When KL/r < Cs (short column)

K = 1 for column hinged at both ends Members with Compact Section

K = 0.5 Fixed-Fixed (KL r)2 Fy (See Table 3 – 11 for limiting width – thickness ratio)

Fa = 1 - Eq. 3 – 31

K = 0.7 Hinge-Fixed 2Cc2 FS

5 3 (K L r) (K L r)3 Eq. 3 – 32

FS = + - 3

3 8 Cc 8 Cc

Criteria for Compact Section of I – Shaped members and both tension and compression is 2 Fy (I rT)2

Fb= - Fy ≤0.60 Fy Eq. 3 – 43

Tees: 3 10.55 x 106 Cb

bf

Fb= Fy 0.79-0.000762 2tf

Fy Eq. 3 – 40

bf 170

Width-thickness ratio, ≤ Eq. 3 – 35

2tf Fy Use the larger value of Eq. 3-45 and Eq. 3-43, but shall be

For members with non – compact section (not included in the less than 0.60 Fy.

d 1680 200bf

Depth-thickness ratio, ≤ Eq. 3 – 36 above) and Lb ≤ , the allowable bending stress in both

tw Fy Fy

tension and compression is:

L 3,516,330 Cb

For the member with compact section (excluding hybrid beams When >

rT Fy

and members with yield points greater than 448 MPa), the Fb=0.60 Fy Eq. 3 – 41

allowable bending stress in both tension and compression is: , ,

= 0.60 Eq. 3 – 44

( )

Fb=0.66 Fy Eq. 3 – 37 Members with Compact or Non – Compact Section

With Lb > Lc Use the larger value of Eq. 3-45 and Eq. 3-43, but shall be

provided the flanges are connected continuously to the web or less than 0.60 Fy.

webs and the laterally unsupported length of compression flange Allowable bending stress in tension:

Lb does not exceed Lc , where Lc is the smaller value of Eq. 3 – 38 For any value of L/rT:

and Eq. 3 – 39. Fb=0.60 Fy Eq. 3 – 42

,

= 0.60 Eq. 3 – 45

200 bf Allowable bending stress in compression:

Eq. 3 – 38

Fy

The allowable bending stress in compression is determined as

Where:

the larger value of (Eq. 3-43 or Eq. 3-44 and Eq. 3-45, except that

137,900

Eq. 3 – 39 bf = flange width, mm

(d Af ) Fy Eq. 3-45 is applicable only to section with compression flange that

tf = flange thickness, mm

is solid and approximately rectangular in cross-section and that

d = depth, mm

has an area not less than tension flange. For channels, the

tw = web thickness, mm

Members with non – Compact Section allowable compressive stress is determined from Eq. 3-45.

Af = area of compression flange = b f tf (mm2)

(See Table 3 – 11 for limiting width – thickness ratios) I = distance between cross-sections braced against twist and

For members with Lb ≤ L c except that their flanges are non – When

703,270 Cb

≤

L

≤

3,516,330 Cb

lateral displacements of the compression flange mm

Fy rT Fy

compact (excluding built-up members and members with yield

rT = radius of gyration of the section comprising the Axial Compression and Bending

compression flange plus 1/3 of the compression web area Fy

Fv = Cv ≤0.40 Fy Eq. 3 – 48

2.89

taken about an axis in the plane of the web mm Members subjected to both axial compression and bending shall

Cb = 1.75 +1.05 (M1 M2) + 0.3 (M1 M2 )2 ≤ 2.3 V Fy be proportioned to satisfy the following requirements

M1 = smaller end moment; M2 = larger end moment or 0.40 Fy ≤ Cv Eq. 3 – 49

h tw 2.89

fa Cmx fmx Cmy fby

M1 M2 = (+) for reversed curvature + f + ≤1 Eq. 3 – 50

fa

Fa 1- F'a Fbx 1- F'

M1 M2 = (-) for single curvature ex ey

Cb = unity (1) if the moment within the unbraced length is Where:

larger than M1 or M2. For example the simply supported 310,264 kv

Cv = Fy (h tw )2

when Cv is less than 0.80

beam. fa f fby

0.60Fy

+ Fbx + Fby

≤1 Eq. 3 – 51

Allowable Stress on Weak Axis Bending of I – Shaped Members, 500 kv bx

Cv = when Cv is more than 0.80

h tw Fy

Solid Bars and Rectangular Plates

5.34

See Equations R & S in Table 3 – 2 kv = 4.00+ ( when a/h is less than 1.0

a h)2

4.00

When fa/Fa ≤ 0.15 Eq. 3-52 is permitted in lieu of Eq. 3-50 and

kv = 5.34+ (a when a/h is more than 1.0 Eq. 3-51.

SHEARING STRESS IN BEAMS h)2

tw = thickness of web, mm

fa f fby

On the Cross-Sectional Area Effective in Resisting Shear: a = clear distance between transverse stiffeners, mm + Fbx + ≤1 Eq. 3 – 52

Fa bx Fby

h = clear distance between flanges at the section under

When

h

≤

998

, the allowable shear stress on the overall depth investigation, mm

tw Fy h = d-2tf In Eq. 3 – 50 through Eq. 3 – 52, the subscripts x and y, combined

time the web thickness (d tw) is: d = overall depth of the beam, mm with subscripts b, m and e indicate the axis of bending about

which a particular stress or design properly applies.

Fv=0.40 Fy Eq. 3 – 46 COMBINED STRESSES

Where:

V Fa = allowable axial compressive stress if axial force alone

or ≤0.40 Fy Eq. 3 – 47 This section pertains to doubly and singly symmetrical members

dtw

only. Use Eq. 3-31 or Eq. 3-31(as applicable) for determination existed MPa

Fb = allowable compressive bending stress if bending moment

of Fa and Eq. 3-37 through Eq. 3-45 (as applicable) for

determination of Fbx and Fby. alone existed

h 998

When t ≤ Fy

, the allowable shear stress on the clear distance = = Euler stress divided by a factor of safety,

w ( )

between flanges times the web thickness, h tw is: MPa (In the expression for F’e Ib is the actual unbraced

length in the plane of bending and rb is the corresponding Axial Tension and Bending Encased Beams

radius of gyration. K is the effective length factor in the

plane of bending). As in the case of Fa, Fb and 0.60 Fy, F’e Members subjected to both axial tension and bending shall be A beam totally encased in concrete cast integrally with the slab

may be increased 1/3. proportioned at all points along their length to satisfy the may be assumed to be connected to the concrete by natural

fa = computed axial stress, MPa requirements of formula: bond, without additional anchorage, provided that:

fb = computed compressive bending stress at the point under 1. Concrete cover over beam sides and soffit is at least

consideration, MPa fa f fby 50 mm

+ Fbx + ≤1 Eq. 3 – 53

Ft Fby

Cm = a coefficient whose values is as follows: bx 2. The top of the beam is at least 38 mm below the top

1. For compression members in frames subject to joint and 50 mm above the bottom of the slab.

translation (sidesway), Cm = 0.85 Where fb is the computed bending tensile stress, fa is the 3. Concrete, encasement contains adequate mesh or

2. For rotationally restrained compression members in computed axial tensile stress, Fb is the allowable bending stress, other reinforcing steel throughout the whole depth and

frames braced against joint translation and not subject and Ft is the governing allowable tensile stress. across the soffit of the beam to prevent spalling of the

to transverse loading between their supports in the concrete.

plane of bending. COMPOSITE BEAMS

M1 Beams with Shear Connectors

Cm =0.6-0.4 but not less than 0.4 This section applies to steel beams supporting a reinforced

M2

When M1/M2 is the ratio of the smaller to larger concrete slab so interconnected that the beams and the slab so Shear connectors must be provided for composite section if the

moments at the ends of that portion of the member interconnected that the beams and the slab act together to resist steel member is not totally encased in concrete. The effective

unbraced in the plane of bending under consideration. bending. This also includes simple and continuous composite width of concrete flange on each side of the beam centerline shall

M1/M2 is positive when the member is bent in reverse beams, constructed with or without temporary shores. not exceed:

curvature, negative when bent in single curvature. 1. One-eight of the beam span, center-to-center of

3. For compression members in frames braced against Composite beams may be: supports:

joint translation in the plane of loading and subjected to 1. Totally encased beams which depend upon natural 2. One-half the distance to the centerline of the adjacent

transverse loading between their supports, the value of bond for interaction with the concrete. beam, or

Cm may be determined by rational analysis. However, 2. Beams with shear connectors (mechanical anchorage 3. The distance from the beam centerline to the edge of

in lieu of such analysis, the following values may be to the slab) with steel member not necessarily the slab.

used: encased. b = effective width of slab on one side of the beam

a. For members whose ends are restrained S1 S2

Cm = 0.85 b1 b2

b. For members whose ends are unrestrained

Cm = 1.0

From the figure shown: Table 3 – 11: Limiting Width-Thickness Ration for perforated with a succession of b/t NA 832 Fy

b1, is the smallest of: Compression Members access holes

All other uniformly compressed

1. L / 8, where L is the beam span Steel sections are classified as compact, non-compact, and slender element sections. stiffened elements, i.e., supported

b/t

h/tw

NA 664 Fy

For a section to qualify as compact, its flanges must be continuously connected to the along two edges.

2. S1 / 2 web or webs and the width-thickness ratios of its compression elements must not exceed Webs in flexural compression

d/t 1680 Fy --

b2 shall not exceed S2 the limits values given in this table.

h/tw -- 1995 Fy

For unstiffened elements, which are supported along one edge only, parallel to the

Shear Connectors direction of compression force, the width shall be taken as follows: Webs in combined flexural and axial For fa Fy ≤0.16

compression 1680 fa

1. For flanges of I-Shaped members and tees, b is ½ the full nominal width. 1-3.74

2. For legs of angles and flanges of channels and zees, b is the full nominal Fy Fy

Except in the case of encase beams, the entire horizontal shear dimension. d/tw For fa Fy ≤0.16 --

at the junction of the steel beam and concrete slab shall be 3. For plates, b is the distance from the free edge to the first row of fasteners or 675 Fy

line of welds.

assumed to be transferred by shear connectors welded to the top 4. For stems of tees, d is the full nominal depth.

flange of the beam and embedded in the concrete. For full For stiffened elements, i.e., supported along two edges parallel to the direction of the h/tw -- 1995 Fy

compression force the width shall be taken as follows: Circular hallow sections in axial

composite action with concrete subjected to flexural 1. For webs of rolled, built-up or formed sections, h is the clear distance between compression D/t 22,750 Fy --

compression, the total horizontal shear to be resisted between flanges. Circular hallow section in flexure

D/t 22,750 Fy --

2. For webs of rolled, built-up or formed sections, d is the full nominal depth.

the point of maximum positive moment and points of zero 3. For flanges or diaphragm plates in built-up section, b is the distance between Width Limiting Width-Thickness Ratios

moment shall be taken as the smaller value using Eq. 3 – 54 and adjacent lines of fasteners or lines of welds. Description of Element Thickness

Compact Non – Compact

Ratio

Eq. 3 – 55. 4. For flanges of rectangular hallow structural sections, b is the clear distance

between webs less the inside corner radius of each side. If the corner radius is Stems of tees d/t NA 333 Fy

not known, the flat width may be taken as the total section width minus three Unstiffened elements simply

Vh = 0.85 f'c Ac 2 Eq. 3 – 55 times the thickness. Supported along one edge, such as

legs of single-angle struts, legs of

b/t NA 200 Fy

For tapered flanges of rolled sections, the thickness is the nominal value halfway double angle struts with separators

and cross or star-shaped cross

and Vh = As Fy 2 between the free edge and the corresponding face of the web. sections

Width Limiting Width-Thickness Ratios

Flanges of square and rectangular

Description of Element Thickness

Compact Non – Compact box and hallow structural sections of

Ratio

Where; f’c = specified compression strength of concrete, MPa Flanges of I-Shaped rolled beams

uniform thickness subject to

b/t 500 Fy 625 Fy

b/t 170 Fy 250 Fy bending or compression; flange

Ac = the actual area of effective concrete flange, mm2 and channels in flexure cover plates and diaphragm plates

Flanges of I-Shaped of welded between lines of fasteners or welds.

As = the area of steel beam, mm2 beams in flexure

b/t 170 Fy 170 Fy kce a

For hybrid beams, use the yield strength of the flange Fyf instead of Fy

Outstanding legs if pairs of angels of b

Assumes net area of plate at widest hole.

Fy = the specified yield strength of steel beam continuous contact; angels or plates c

For design of slender section that exceed the non-compact limits See Section 502.6.2.2.

projecting from rolled beams or b/t NA 250 Fy d See also Section 506.4.1

= 4.05 ( ) . if h/t > 70, otherwise kc = 1.0

girders, built-up columns or other

b/t NA 170 Fy kc

compression members;

compression flanges of plate girders

WEB CRIPPLING When the force to be resisted is a concentrated load producing Where Fyw = specified minimum yield stress of beam web MPa

R

N+k tension or compression, applied at a distance from the member d = overall depth of the member, mm

end that is greater than the depth of the member: tf = flange thickness, mm

k

N = bearing length (not less than N for end reactions)

Toe of Fillet

R

k ≤ 0.66 Fy Eq. 3 – 58

(N + 5k ) tw

N + 2k

tw BEARING PLATES

R

1992 NSCP Masonry Bearing (Sect. 4.5.5)

When the force to be resisted is a concentrated load applied at or

For Interior Loads

near the end of the member:

In the absence of Code regulation the following stresses apply:

R On sandstone and limestone……………….Fp = 2.76 MPa

≤0.75 Fy Eq. 3 – 56 R

(N+2k) tw

(N + 2.5k) tw

≤ 0.66 Fy Eq. 3 – 59 On brick in cement mortar…………………..Fp = 1.75 MPa

On the full area of concrete support……….Fp = 0.35 fc

For End Reaction On less than the full area of concrete

Web Crippling support……………………….. Fp = 0.35 fc A2 A1 ≤0.7 f'c

R

≤0.75 Fy Eq. 3 – 57 Bearing stiffeners shall be provided in the webs of members

(N+k) tw

under concentrated loads, when compressive force exceeds the

Where N = bearing length following limits:

tw = thickness of web When the concentrated load is applied at a distance not less

k = distance from outer face of flange to toe of fillet than d/2 from the end of the member:

R=177.2 tw2 1 + 3 d tf

Fyw tf tw Eq. 3 – 60 A2

A1

Local Web Yielding

When the concentrated load is applied less than distance d/2

Bearing stiffeners shall be provided if the compressive stress at from the end of the member:

the web toe of the fillets resulting from concentrated loads

exceeds 0.66 Fy. N tw 1.5 Where f’c = specified compressive strength of concrete, MPa

R=89.3 tw2 1 + 3 Fyw tf tw Eq. 3 – 61

d tf

A1 = area of steel concentrically bearing on a concrete Where fp = actual bearing stress

support, mm2 Fb = allowable bending stress of plates = 0.75 Fy A1

A2 = maximum area of the portion of the supporting

Y1

surface of concrete that is geometrically similar to and Column Base Plate Plastic NA

Concrete A2 = A1

Allowable Bending Stress in Steel Plate

y Plastic Section Modulus

Fp = 0.75 Fy Eq. 3 – 62

Z= Ay = A1 y1 + A2 y2 +… Eq. 3 – 66

d 0.95d

2

Beam Base Plate bd

For rectangular section, Z = Eq. 3 – 67

4

y

Toe of Fillet

Plastic Moment Capacity

b

Base Plate

Thickness of plate: Mp = Fy Z Eq. 3 – 68

t

3 fn n2

t= Eq. 3 – 65 Shapes Factor

Fb

n

Z MP

Thickness of plate: SF = = Eq. 3 – 69

S ME

Where n is the larger value of x and y

3 fp n2

t= Eq. 3 – 63 For rectangular section, SF = 1.5

Fb PLASTIC ANALYSIS AND DESIGN

Where: S = elastic section modulus

fb =

Load

Eq. 3 – 64 Plastic Neutral Axis

Bearing Area of Plate

ME = elastic moment capacity

The plastic neutral axis of a section is the line that divided the

Fy I Fy

section into two equal areas. Me = =

c S

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