Steel Design for the Civil PE and Structural SE Exams provides a comprehensive overview of the key elements of structural steel design and analysis. It presents and illustrates the application of the most relevant concepts and equations from the codes and design standards adopted for use in the national Civil PE and Structural SE licensing exams. Critical Feature: Side by side LRFD and ASD solutions show where the two methods are the same and where they differ. This means you won't have to study two different solution methods and spend extra time trying to determine where they differ. Prepare to Pass Any Steel Question on Your Exam More than 50 examples and 35 practice problems Detailed solutions reference the applicable standards and specific Steel Manual sections, equations, or table numbers A thorough index and easy-to-use lists of tables, figures, and nomenclature Nomenclature and terminology matches the Steel Manual Exam Topics Covered Bolted Connections Combined Stress Members Composite Steel Members Design and Analysis Methods Flanges and Webs Loads and Load Combinations Plate Girders Practice Problems Steel Beam Design Steel Column Design Structural Steel Tension Member Design Welded ConnectionsThere are two common methods of designing steel structures. The method of design specified in the first eight editions of the AISC Manual of Steel Construction was allowable stress design, an older form of what is now known as allowableanbsp;...
|Title||:||Steel Design for the Civil PE and Structural SE Exams|
|Author||:||Frederick S. Roland, PE, SECB, RA, CFEI, CFII|
|Publisher||:||www.ppi2pass.com - 2012-03-01|