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U NIVERSITY OF THE P HILIPPINES D ILIMAN

INSTITUTE OF CIVIL ENGINEERING

CE 156 Design of Steel Members


COURSE SYLLABUS
2 Semester AY 2019-2020
nd

REFERENCES

• Salmon, C.G., Johnson, J.E. and Malhas, F.A. (2009) Steel Structures
Design and Behavior, Pearson Prentice Hall, Pearson Education Inc. 5th
ed.
• Segui (2007). Steel Design. 4th Edition.
• AISC Steel Construction Manual 14th Edition
• AISC Design Examples 14th Edition
• AISC 360-10 Specification for Structural Steel Buildings

COURSE OUTLINE

I. Introduction, Steels and Properties Weeks 1-2


A. Definition of Structural Design, Principles of Structural Design,
Historical Background, Loads, Types of Structural Steel Members,
Steel Structures, Specifications and Building Codes, Philosophies
of Design, Factors of Safety – ASD and LRFD (Chp.1)
B. Structural Steels, Fastener Steels, Weld Electrode and Filler
Material, Stress-strain Behavior (Tension test), Material
Toughness, Yield Strength for Multiaxial States of Stress, High
Temperature Behavior, Cold Work and Strain Hardening, Brittle
Fracture, Lamellar Tearing, Fatigue Strength, Corrosion Resistance
and Weathering Steels (Chp.2)

II. Tension Members (Chp.3) Weeks 3


Nominal Strength, Net Area, Effect of Staggered Holes on Net
Area, Effective Net Area, Block Shear Strength, Stiffness as a
Design Criterion, Load Transfer at Connections, LRFD – Tension
Members, Tension rods – Tension Members

III. Compression Members (Chp.6) Weeks 4-5


Euler Elastic Buckling, Basic Column Strength, Inelastic Buckling,
Residual Stress, Development of Column Strength Curves
including Residual Stress, Structural Stability Research Council
(SSRC) Strength Curves, LRFD Column Design, Effective Length,
LRFD of Rolled Shapes Subject to Axial Compression

FIRST LONG EXAMINATION Week 6


FIRST PHASE PROJECT
IV. Beams: Laterally Supported (Chp.7) Weeks 7-8
Simple Bending of Symmetrical Shapes, Laterally Stable Beams,
LRFD of Laterally Supported Beams, Serviceability of Beams,
Shear on Rolled Beams, General Flexural Theory, Biaxial Bending
of Symmetric Sections
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V. Torsion (Chp.8) Weeks 9-10


Pure Torsion of Homogeneous Sections, Shear Stresses Due to
Bending of Thin-Wall Open Cross Sections, Shear Center,
Torsional Stresses in I-shaped Sections, Analogy Between Torsion
and Plane Bending, Practical Situations of Torsional Loading,
LRFD for Torsion – Laterally Stable Beams

VI. Lateral-Torsional Buckling of Beams (Chp.9) Weeks 10-11


Rational Analogy to Pure Columns, Lateral Support, Strength of I-
shaped Beams Under Uniform Moment, Elastic Lateral-Torsional
Buckling, Inelastic Lateral-Torsional Buckling, LRFD – I-shaped
Beams subjected to Strong-Axis Bending, Effective Laterally
Unbraced Length, Examples: LRFD, Examples: Weak Axis
Bending of I-shaped Sections, Biaxial Bending of Doubly
Symmetric I-shaped Sections

SECOND LONG EXAMINATION Week 11


SECOND PHASE PROJECT

VII. Combined Bending and Axial Load (Chp.12) Week 12


Differential Equation for Axial Compression and Bending; Moment
Magnification; Nominal Strength; Biaxial Bending, AISC Design
Criteria; Design Procedure; Examples – AISC LRFD Method

VIII. Connections Week 13-14


A. Structural Bolts (Chp.4)
Types of Bolts, Historical Background, Causes of Rivet
Obsolescence, Details of High-Strength Bolts, Installation
Procedures, Nominal Strength of Individual Fasteners, LRFD –
Bolts, Examples – Tension Member Bearing-type Connections –
LRFD, Slip-Critical Joints, Eccentric Shear – Elastic (Vector)
Analysis and Instantaneous Center Method, Fasteners in Axial
Tension, Combined Shear and Tension, Shear and Tension from
Eccentric Loading
B. Welding (Chp.5) Week 15-16
Basic Processes, Weldability of Structural Steel, Types of Joints,
Types of Welds, Factors Affecting the Quality of Welded
Connections, Size and Length Limitations for Fillet Welds,
Effective Areas of Welds, Nominal Strength of Welds, LRFD –
Welds, Welds Connecting Members Subject to Axial Load (Groove
Welds, Fillet Welds, Plug and Slot Welds), Eccentric Shear
Connections – Strength Analysis, Eccentric Shear Connections –
Elastic (Vector) Analysis, Loads Applied Eccentric to the Plane of
the Welds
THIRD PHASE PROJECT
THIRD LONG EXAMINATION Week 16
FINAL EXAMINATION