Design of Steel Structures features a chapter on bracinqs for Wind and earthquake forces written In response to new federal regulations. This material makes this crucial aspect of construction an integral part of the Introduction to design. The book also Includes a thorough treatment of the plastic analysis method. the first time this material is covered In a book of this nature. Emphasizing the allowable stress design method (ASD). the author utilizes numerous examples from actual construction projects. The load and resistance factored design method (LRFD) IS also discussed and demonstrated. Convenient tables offer Simplified approaches to torsional functions as well as SI unit conversions. The final chapter illustrates how to design tall buildings without using sophisticated computers.
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Structural Design Drawing (In 3 Vols) Vol III Steel Structure