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Title: Concerning the design of steel structures
Author: Stewart, David S.
Awarding Body: University of Edinburgh
Current Institution: University of Edinburgh
Date of Award: 1929
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CHAPTER I • PLATE GIRDERS • EFFECTIVE DEPTH • MOMENT OF INERTIA : ALLOWANCE FOR HOLES • FLANGES : STRESSES, RULES AND EXAMPLES • WEB PLATE: STRESSES, RULES AND EXAMPLES • SHEAR AND RIVET PITCH: SHALLOW GIRDERS AND PLATED JOISTS • DEEP GIRDERS: EXAMPLES • STIFFENERS: STRESSES, TYPES, RULES AND EXAMPLES • CURTAILMENT OF FLANGE AND WEB PLATES • CAMBER • BEARINGS: WEIGHT OF PLATE GIRDERS • • CHAPTER II • THE DESIGN OF A 40-FT. SPAN GANTRY GIRDER • DEAD LOAD, LIVE LOAD AND IMPACT : B.M. AND SHEAR • FLANGE WIDTH, WORKING STRESSES, AREAS • SHEARS AND RIVET PITCHES • STIFFENERS AND VERTICAL RIVETING TO WEB PLATE • • CHAPTER III • AXIALLY LOADED COLUMNS AND THEIR FOUNDATIONS • STRUTS: COLUMNS: RATIO OF SLENDERNESS • END CONDITIONS AND EQUIVALENT COLUMN LENGTHS: EULER'S FORMULA • NOTES ON THE PRACTICAL COLUMN • COLUMN FORMULAE: END CONDITIONS IN PRACTICE • THE DESIGN OF A BUILT-UP WAREHOUSE COLUMN • STEELWORK: THE SHAFT, THE BASE AND THE RIVETING • FOUNDATION: DEPTH AND PRESSURE ON THE SOIL • ALTERNATIVE DESIGNS: (1) ORDINARY CONCRETE ON GOOD SOIL; (2) STEEL BEAM GRILLAGE ON POOR SOIL; (3) REINFORCED CONCRETE ON POOR SOIL; (4) ORDINARY CONCRETE ON ROCK • SAFE PRESSURES ON SOILS • ALTERNATIVE BASES AND COLUMN SHAFTS • • CHAPTER IV COLUMNS- Continued: TYPES: LACING, ETC., NON- AXIALLY LOADED COLUMNS AND THEIR FOUNDATIONS • TYPES OF COLUMNS • LACING AND BATTEN PLATES • STRUTS LOADED NON-AXIALLY • ECCENTRIC LOADING AND CROSS BENDING • HORIZONTAL MOVEMENT AT END OF A BEAM • ECCENTRICITY OF LOADS IN BEAM TO COLUMN CONNECTIONS • BRACKETS ON A PIN-ENDED COLUMN • COMBINED DIRECT AND LATERAL THRUST • FOUNDATIONS LOADED NON-AXIALLY • • CHAPTER V • THE DESIGN OF A 55-FT. SPAN ROOF TRUSS • WEIGHTS OF ROOF COVERINGS AND LIVE LOADS ON FLOORS • DESIGN OF PURLINS • STRESS DIAGRAMS • DESIGN OF MEMBERS, ETC. • ROOF DRAINAGE • WIND BRACING AT EAVES LEVEL, ENDS AND SIDES OF BUILDINGS, ETC. • THE DESIGN OF A ROOF TRUSS WITH MONITOR. • • CHAPTER VI • ROOF TRUSSES, PORTAL TRUSSES AND WORKSHOPS • TRUSSES. - TYPES : SPACING: WEIGHT: LIFTING TRUSSES: TRUSS SHOES PORTAL TRUSSES: DEAD LOAD STRESSES • COLUMNS HINGED AT CAP AND BASE • WIND LOAD STRESSES IN TRUSS • STRESSES IN THE COLUMNS • ALTERNATIVE W.L. STRESS DIAGRAM • COLUMNS HINGED AT CAP AND FIXED AT BASE • W.L. STRESSES IN TRUSS • STRESSES IN THE COLUMNS • ALTERNATIVE W.L. STRESS DIAGRAM • DESIGN OF A SHOP: BRICK SIDE WALLS AND STEEL FRAMING • COLUMN SHAFT AND HORIZONTALS • COL. BASE SUBJECTED TO B.M., ETC. • H.D. BOLTS: PRESSURE ON CONCRETE AND SOIL • SIDE COVERING OF CORRUGATED SHEETING • CRANE SHAFT AND FOUNDATION • • CHAPTER VII • THE DESIGN OF A LATTICE GIRDER FOOT BRIDGE • TIMBER FLOOR • MAIN GIRDER • FLANGE STRESSES BY: (i.) SECTIONS AND MOMENTS, (ii.) STRESS DIAGRAM, (iii.) INFLUENCE LINES • MAXIMAL SHEARS BY: (i.) NEUTRAL POINTS, (ii.) INFLUENCE LINES • STRESSES IN WEB MEMBERS: STRESS REVERSAL • SECTIONS • RIVETING AND CROSS BEAMS • CHAPTER VIII EQUIVALENT UNIFORMLY DISTRIBUTED LIVE LOAD • CIRCUMSCRIBING AND EQUIVALENT PARABOLAS FOR B.M. • E.U.D.L.L. FOR B.M. AND SHEAR FOR A 70-FT. SPAN RAILWAY BRIDGE • STANDARD LOADING FOR RAILWAY BRIDGES • CHAPTER IX • THE DESIGN OF A 70 -FT. SPAN THROUGH RAILWAY BRIDGE • CLEARANCES, ETC. • ALTERNATIVE DESIGNS FOR THE STRINGERS OR RAIL BEAR EARERS • CROSS GIRDERS: SPACING, STRESSES AND SECTIONS • MAIN GIRDERS: STRESSES BY ALTERNATIVE METHODS • SECTIONS AND RIVETING • STIFFENERS • SPLICES IN FLANGE PLATES AND ANGLES • CAST -IRON BEARINGS • WEB PLATE SPLICE • TRACTIVE AND BRAKING FORCES • WIND AND COMBINED STRESSES.
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Qualification Name: Thesis (Ph.D.) Qualification Level: Doctoral
EThOS ID: uk.bl.ethos.662451  DOI: Not available
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