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NPTEL

Design of steel structures

NPTEL and Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur via YouTube

Overview

COURSE OUTLINE: The course deals with the design of steel structures using the “Limit State Design Method”. The design methodology is based on the latest Indian Standard Code of Practice for general construction (IS 800:2007). The subject covers all the necessary components such as material specifications, connections, and elementary design of structural members for designing industrial steel structures. The course provides material specifications and design considerations. It provides relevant material properties of different types of steel. It deals with two types of connections namely welded and bolted connections.

Syllabus

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Lecture 1 : Introduction to Design of Steel Structures (Limit State Method).
Lecture 2: Steel as a Structural Material.
Lecture 3: Limit State Design.
Lecture 4 : Introduction to Connections.
Lecture 5 : Introduction to Bolt Connections.
Lecture 6 : Design of Ordinary Black Bolts.
Lecture 7: Worked out Examples on Design of Ordinary Black Bolts.
Lecture 8 : Design of High Strength Friction Grip Bolts.
Lecture 9: Weld connection.
Lecture 10: Design of Fillet Welds.
Lecture 11: Design of Butt Welds.
Lecture 12: Design of Plug and Slot Weld.
Lecture 13: Eccentric Connection (Load Lying in Plane of Bolted Joint).
Lecture 14: Design of Eccentric Connection (Load Lying in Plane of Bolted Joint).
Lecture 15 : Eccentric Connection (Load Lying in Plane of Welded Joint).
Lecture 16: Eccentric Connection (Load Lying Perpendicular to Plane of Bolted Joint).
Lecture 17: Design of Eccentric Connection (Load Lying Perpendicular to Plane of Bolted Joint).
Lecture 18: Eccentric Connection (Load Lying Perpendicular to Plane of Welded Joint).
Lecture 19 : Tension Members and Net Area.
Lecture 20 : Calculation of Net Area in Tension Members.
Lecture 21: Design Strength of Tension Member.
Lecture 22: Strength Calculation of Tension Members.
Lecture 23: Strength of Tension Members with Weld Connection.
Lecture 24: Steps for Design of Tension Members.
Lecture 25 : Design Calculation for Tension Members.
Lecture 26 Design of Gusset Plate.
Lecture 27 Lug Angles.
Lecture 28 Splices in Tension Members.
Lecture 29 Compression Members.
Lecture 30 Design Strength of Compression Members.
Lecture 31 : Compressive Strength.
Lecture 32: Compressive Strength of Angle Struts.
Lecture 33: Compressive Strength of Double Angles.
Lecture 34: Design of Compression Members.
Lecture 35 : Design of Builtup Compression Members.
Lecture 36 : Lacing Systems.
Lecture 37 : Design of Lacing Systems.
Lecture 38 : Connection Design of Lacing Systems.
Lecture 39 : Design of Double Lacing System.
Lecture 40 : Batten Plates.
Lecture 41 : Design of Batten Plates using Bolt Connection.
Lecture 42 : Design of Batten Plates using Weld Connection.
Lecture 43 : Design of Column Splices.
Lecture 44: Design of Column Splices due to Shear.
Lecture 45 : Introduction to Flexural Members: Beams.
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