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Luis Simoes da Silva is Professor of Steel Construction at the Civil Engineering Dept. of the University of Coimbra/ Portugal, where he is responsible for the Steel and Mixed Building Technologies Research Centre. He is President of the Portuguese Steelwork Association (CMM) and member of the Executive Board and President of the Technical Management Board of the ECCS. He has authored over 300 scientific articles in this field. Rui A. D. Simoes is Professor at the Civil Engineering Dept. of the University of Coimbra/ Portugal, where he got his BSc in 1990, his MSc in 1995 and his PhD in 2000. He is heavily involved in experimental research work and teaching of steel related courses in the BSc, MSc, PhD and continues education programs. Helena Gervasio is Visiting Professor at the Civil Engineering Department of the University of Coimbra/ Portugal. She is Technical Director of the GIPAC Lda., an engineering consultancy company specialized in structural engineering. She is member of the Technical Committee TC14-Sustainability of ECCS. Graham Couchman is the CEO of the Steel Construction Institute (SCI). SCI is the leading independent provider of technical expertise to the steel construction sector in the UK. He received his MA from Cambridge University in 1985, and PhD from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Lausanne in 1994. He has authored numerous publications and papers, and is Chairman of CEN/TC250/SCA Composite Construction.
FOREWORD xiii PREFACE xv U.K. FOREWORD xvii Chapter 1 INTRODUCTION 1 1.1. General Observations 1 1.2. Codes of Practice and Normalization 3 1.3. Basis of Design 8 1.4. Materials 21 1.5. Geometric Characteristics and Tolerances 28 Chapter 2 STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS 35 2.1. Introduction 35 2.2. Structural Modelling 36 2.3. Global Analysis of Steel Structures 77 2.4. Classification of Cross Sections 110 Chapter 3 DESIGN OF MEMBERS 117 3.1. Introduction 117 3.2. Tension 123 3.3. Laterally Restrained Beams 136 3.4. Torsion 154 3.5. Compression 172 3.6. Laterally Unrestrained Beams 196 3.7. Beam-Columns 224 Chapter 4 ELASTIC DESIGN OF STEEL STRUCTURES 271 4.1. Introduction 271 4.2. Simplified Methods of Analysis 274 4.3. Member Stability of Non-prismatic Members and Components 288 4.4. Design Example 1: Elastic Design of Braced Steel-Framed Building 316 Chapter 5 PLASTIC DESIGN OF STEEL STRUCTURES 343 5.1. General Principles for Plastic Design 343 5.2. Methods of Analysis 352 5.3. Member Stability and Buckling Resistance 385 5.4. Design Example 2: Plastic Design of Industrial Building 407 REFERENCES 431 Annex A ABACUS TO CALCULATE THE COEFFICIENTS C1, C2 AND C3 441 A.1. Elastic critical moment in beams submitted to end moments simultaneously with transverse loads 441 A.2. Elastic critical moment of unbraced cantilevers 445