The Solutions Centre provides SDS 2 - Bolt Groups Subjected to An Eccentric and Inclined Point Load as a convenient design aid for structural and connection design engineers in determining [...]
As part of a continuing effort to provide current and practical information for engineers, architects, designers, educators, fabricators and others interested in the use of steel in construction, the CISC [...]
The newly published 2017 edition of Structural Steel Pocket Data contains the main section dimensions (d, b, t, w) of structural sections listed in the current Handbook of Steel Construction, [...]
CSA S16-14 requirements for shear stud detailing aim mainly at ensuring that the studs will reach their design capacity as the composite member reaches its ultimate load. The accompanying figure [...]
A composite truss consists of a steel truss fabricated from rolled sections, such as HSS, angles and WT, and a concrete slab atop the steel truss. Composite action between steel [...]
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