Steel Design covers steel design fundamentals for architects and engineers, such as tension elements, flexural elements, shear and torsion, compression elements, connections, and lateral design. As part of the Architect’s Guidebooks to Structures series it provides a comprehensive overview using both imperial and metric units of measurement. Each chapter includes design steps, rules of thumb, and design examples. This book is meant for both professionals and for students taking structures courses or comprehensive studies. As a compact summary of key ideas, it is ideal for anyone needing a quick guide to steel design. More than 150 black and white images are included.
Table of Contents
1. Steel Case Study Valerie Nagasawa (US) 2. Steel Design Fundamentals 3. Steel Tension Elements 4. Steel Flexural Elements 5. Steel Shear + Torsion Elements 6. Steel Compression Elements 7. Steel Connections 8. Steel Lateral Design. Glossary. Resources. Image Credits. Index
Paul W. McMullin is an educator, structural engineer, and photographer. He holds degrees in Mechanical and Civil engineering and is a licensed engineer in numerous states. He is a founding partner of Ingenium Design, providing innovative solutions to industrial and manufacturing facilities. Currently an adjunct professor at the University of Utah in Salt Lake City, USA, he has taught for a decade and loves bringing project-based learning to the classroom.
Jonathan S. Price is a structural engineer and adjunct professor at Philadelphia University in Pennsylvania, USA, where he was honored with the Distinguished Adjunct Faculty Award in 2006. He holds a Bachelor of Architectural Engineering degree from the University of Colorado, USA, a Master of Science degree in civil engineering from Drexel University in Philadelphia, USA, and is registered in 12 states.
Richard T. Seelos, SE, LEED AP, is a structural engineer who has designed large commercial office buildings, hospitals, educational buildings, and heavy industrial structures. He gained a different perspective while working for a contractor as the lead structural quality control manager on a $1.2-billion project. He also taught the Introduction to Steel and Concrete course for several years as an adjunct professor at the University of Utah. He currently works as a project manager for Bennett & Pless in Atlanta, GA.