CE8601 – NOTES & QP
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CE8601 – SYLLABUS
UNIT I INTRODUCTION AND ALLOWABLE STRESS DESIGN
Structural steel types — Mechanical Properties of structural steel- Indian structural steel products-Steps involved in the Deign Process -Steel Structural systems and their Elements- -Type of Loads on Structures and Load combinations- Code of practices, Loading standards and Specifications — Concept of Allowable Stress Method, and Limit State Design Methods for Steel structures-Relative advantages and Limitations-Strengths and Serviceability Limit states.
Allowable stresses as per IS 800 section 11 -Concepts of Allowable stress design for bending and Shear –Check for Elastic deflection-Calculation of moment carrying capacity –Design of Laterally supported Solid Hot Rolled section beams-Allowable stress deign of Angle Tension and Compression Members and estimation of axial load carrying capacity.
UNIT II CONNECTIONS IN STEEL STRUCTURES
Type of Fasteners- Bolts Pins and welds- Types of simple bolted and welded connections Relative advantages and Limitations-Modes of failure-the concept of Shear lag-efficiency of joints- Axially loaded bolted connections for Plates and Angle Members using bearing type bolts –Prying forces and Hanger connection– Design of Slip critical connections with High strength Friction Grip bolts.- Design of joints for combined shear and Tension- Eccentrically Loaded Bolted Bracket Connections- Welds-symbols and specifications- Effective area of welds-Fillet and but Welded connections-Axially Loaded connections for Plate and angle truss members and Eccentrically Loaded bracket connections.
UNIT III TENSION MEMBERS
Tension Members — Types of Tension members and sections –Behaviour of Tension Members-modes of failure-Slenderness ratio- Net area — Net effective sections for Plates ,Angles and Tee in tension –Concepts of Shear Lag- Design of plate and angle tension members-design of built up tension Members-Connections in tension members — Use of lug angles — Design of tension splice.
UNIT IV COMPRESSION MEMBERS
Types of compression members and sections–Behaviour and types of failures-Short and slender columns- Current code provisions for compression members- Effective Length, Slenderness ratio –Column formula and column curves- Design of single section and compound Angles-Axially Loaded solid section Columns- Design of Built up Laced and Battened type columns — Design of column bases — Plate and Gusseted bases for Axially loaded colums- Splices for colums.
UNIT V DESIGN OF FLEXURAL MEMBERS
Types of steel Beam sections- Behaviour of Beams in flexure- Codal Provisions — Classification of cross sections- Flexural Strength and Lateral stability of Beams –Shear Strength-Web Buckling, Crippling and defection of Beams- Design of laterally supported Beams- Design of solid rolled section Beams- Design of Plated beams with cover plates — Design Strength of Laterally
unsupported Beams — Design of laterally unsupported rolled section Beams- Purlin in Roof Trusses-Design of Channel and I section Purlins.