DESIGN OF STEEL AND MASONARY STRUCTURES DIPLOMA IN CIVIL ENGG 6TH SEM

Department of Technical Education

Diploma in civil engineering

Subject: DESIGN OF STEEL AND MASONARY STRUCTURES.

VI SEM

Subject code:                                                                                      Hours per week 04

Total hours:64

                                                     TOPIC ANALYSIS

 

 

 

Chapter No.

Contents

No. of Hours

Marks Weightage

Part A

1

Introduction to steel structures

04

05

2

Design of Bolted joints

06

15

3

Design of welded joints

05

15

4

Design of Beams

05

15

Part B

5

Design of columns

04

09

6

Design of Column bases

04

15

7

Design of compression member

06

12

8

Design of Tension Members

06

12

Part C

9

Introduction to limit state Design of steel structures

09

12

10

Analysis and Design of Masonry dams

05

15

11

Analysis and Design of Retaining walls

05

15

 

Seminars and Innovations

02

 

 

Tests

03

 

 

TOTAL

64

 

 

                                                             Detailed Contents

PART A

1. Introduction to steel structures:

1.1 Advantages and Disadvantages of steel structures.

1.2 Loads and load combinations as per IS 875

1.3 Rolled steel structural sections as per SP16

1.4 Code provisions for Design of steel structures as per IS 800.

 

2. Design of Bolted joints.

2.1 Introduction.

2.2 Advantages and Disadvantages Of Bolts

2.3 Types of Bolts

2.4 Technical terms used in bolts

2.5 Stresses in bolts

2.6 Types of Bolted joints.

2.7 Failure of Bolted joints.

2.8 Tension capacity of plates.

2.9 Design strength of Bolt, shear, tension and bearing.

2.10 Efficiency of joints.

2.11 Design of simple Bolted joints.

 

3. Design of welded joints.

3.1 Introduction

3.2 Types of Weld.

3.3 Advantages and disadvantages of welded joints.

3.4 Fillet weld and its properties.

3.5 Butt-weld and its properties.

3.6 Calculation of strength of welded joints.

3.7 Design of fillet weld for symmetrical and unsymmetrical sections.

3.8 Design of roof truss joints.

 

4. Design of Beams.

4.1 Introduction.

4.2 Types of beams. Main beam, secondary beam, spandrel beam, stringer beam and purloins.

4.3 Load carrying capacity of beams.

4.4 Design of rolled steel simple beams.

4.5 Design of primary and secondary beams.

4.6 Design of symmetrical built up sections.

4.7 splicing of beams.

 

 

 

 

PART B

5. Design of columns.

5.1 columns, end condition, effective length, slenderness ratio. Use of BIS tables for permissible stressing compression.

5.2 Design strength of Columns.

5.3 Design of axially loaded Columns (Simple and compound columns)

 

6. Design of Column bases.

6.1 Introduction.

6.2 Types of column bases. a)Slab base plate b) Gusseted base plate.

6.3 Design of Slab base plate and Gusseted base plate for axial loads.

 

7. Design of compression member

 7.1 Analysis of compression members.

7.2 Design of angle struts: Continues and Discontinues strut for given end conditions (for axial load only)

 

 8. Design of Tension Members.

8.1 Types of tension members (single and double angle)

8.2 Analysis of tension members.

8.3 Design of tension members (for axial load only)

 

PART C

9. Introduction to limit state Design of steel structures.

9.1 Classification of Limit state.

9.2 Loads and partial safety factors.

9.3 Partial safety factors for materials and loads combinations.

9.3 plastic method of design of beams.

a) Introduction, plastic hinge, methods of plastic analysis of beams.

b) Factors affecting plastic modulus.

c) Shape factor and Plastic moment.

d) Web-buckling and crippling.

e) Simple problem on determination of plastic modulus ,shape factor and plastic moment.

f) Design of simple laterally supported I beam.

 

10. Analysis and Design of Masonry dams.                                                                       

10.1 Design of masonry dams with water face vertical                                             

10.2 Distribution of pressure at foundation when the dam is full and empty           

 

11. Analysis and Design of Retaining walls.

11.1 Theory of earth pressure – calculation  of earth pressure by Rankines method  .                                                           - with and without surcharge                                                 

11.2 Conditions of stability for no tension, middle third rule.

11.3 Distribution of pressure at foundation               

11.4 Design of masonry Retaining wall with earth face vertical.

 

 

 

 

                                                                                               

SUB:- DESIGN OF STEEL AND MASONARY STRUCTURES.

 

General Educational Objectives:

           

Upon completion of the study  the student should be able to understand:-

 

1.The sections in steel structure and the allowable stresses.  

2. The connections in Steel structures

3.The Design of R.S. beams   ,Columns, Column bases, Strut and Tie members.

4.The basic concepts of Limit state design of steel structures. and simple problems on beams         .

5. The analysis and design of masonry retaining walls and masonry dams.  

 

 

 

 

            Specific Instructional Objectives:

 

           

1.1 To know about the Advantages and Disadvantages of steel structures.

1.2 To know various Loads and load combinations as per IS 875

1.3 To know different types of Rolled steel structural sections as per SP16

1.4 To understand the Code provisions for Design of steel structures as per IS 800

..

2.1 To know about the Advantages and Disadvantages Of Bolts.

2.2 To know different types of Bolts

2.3To know various  technical terms used in bolts

2.4 To know various Stresses in bolts

2.5 To know various types of Bolted joints.

2.6 To know different methods of failure of Bolted joints.

2.7To know the tension capacity of plates.

2.8 To Design strength of Bolt, shear, tension and bearing.

2.9 To determine Efficiency of bolted joints.

2.10 To Design of simple Bolted joints.

 

3.1 To know different Types of Weld.

3.2 To know Advantages and disadvantages of welded joints.

3.3 To understand Fillet weld and its properties.

3.4 To understand Butt-weld and its properties.

3.5 To Calculate  strength of welded joints.

3.6  To Design  fillet weld for symmetrical and unsymmetrical sections.

3.7 To understand the Design of roof truss joints.

.

4.1 To understand different types of beams .main beam, secondary beam, spandrel beam, stringer beam and purloins.

4.2 To determine Load carrying capacity of beams.

4.3 To understand the  Design  and analysis of rolled steel simple beams.

4.4 To understand Design and analysis of primary and secondary beams.

4.5 To understand Design and analysis of symmetrical built up sections.

4.5 To understand design  and analysis of splicing of beams.

 

5.1  to know the concepts of columns, end condition, effective length, slenderness ratio. (Use of BIS tables for permissible stress in compression).

5.2  To determine the Design strength of Columns.

5.3  To understand the  Design of axially loaded Columns (Simple and compound columns)

 

.

6.1  To know  Types of column bases. a)Slab base b) Gusseted base .

6.2 To understand the  Design of Slab base and Gusseted base for axial loads.

 

7.1 To understand the Analysis of compression members(struts)

7.2  To understand the Design of angle struts: Continues and Discontinues strut for given end conditions (for axial load only)

 

 8.1 To understand different Types of tension members (single and double angle)

8.2  To understand the Analysis of tension members.

8.3 To understand the Design of tension members (for axial load only)

 

9.1  To know the Classification of Limit state. Design of steel structures.

9.2  To understand Loads and partial safety factors.

9.3  To understand Partial safety factors for materials and loads and its combinations.

9.4  To understand different method of  plastic method of design of beams.

a) Introduction, plastic hinge, methods of plastic analysis of beams.

b) Factors affecting plastic modulus.

c) Shape factor and Plastic moment.

d) Web-buckling and crippling.

e)To understand  Simple problem on determination of plastic modulus ,shapefactor and plastic moment.

f)To understand the Design of simple laterally supported I beam.

 

                                                           

10.1  To understand the Design of masonry dams with water face vertical                         

10.2  To understand the concept of Distribution of pressure at foundation when the dam is full and empty 

 

11.1 To understand the  Theory of earth pressure – calculation  of earth pressure by 

        Rankines method  . - with and without surcharge.

11.2  To understand the Conditions of stability for no tension, middle third rule.

11.3  To know the  Distribution of pressure at foundation               

11.4  To know the Design of masonry Retaining wall with earth face vertical. with and without surcharge.       

 

 

 

 

 

REFERENCES:-

1D esign of Steel Structures by  Ramachandra.

2. Design of Steel Structures by Neegi.

3.Design of steel Structures by Swany.

4.Limit state design of steel structures by prof. Dr.V.L.Shah Structures publication.

5.Limit state design of steel structures by Subramanya . Tata mcgrah Hill.

 

 

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