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ANSI/AISC 360-05 – Specification for Structural Steel Buildings
The resistance factor for LRFD and safety factor for ASD are given for calculating the nominal shear strength of the reinforced concrete portion alone or the reinforced concrete with the steel section, they are as follows: What does the term “dff” represent. Figures are for bolted connections designed to bear, meeting the requirements of slip-critical connections. Nodal Bracing No changes have been made to this section.
Quality Control This new section references Sections N5. Design by Qualification Testing No changes have been made to this section. Simple Connections No changes have been made to this section. Compression Flange Local Buckling No changes have been made to this section.
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Nodal Bracing The symbol representing the required strength of nodal bracing, Mbr, has been changed to Mrb. A user note has sisc added stating the initial displacements should be similar in configuration to displacements caused by loading and buckling with magnitudes based on permissible construction tolerances given in the AISC Code of Standard Practice.
The variable for the minimum yield stress of the reinforcing bars, Fyr, has been changed to Fysr. Several sub-sections have been moved here including, B4.
Required Strength The reference to the provisions in Appendix 1 for moment redistribution in continuous beams has been removed because this topic has been moved into this chapter. The exception to the above requirement has been changed as follows: Strength Requirements and Deformation Limits No changes have been made to this section.
Continuous Bracing This section has been reorganized to improve clarity. Including Deflection Check as Criteria. Nuclear Applications was Section A1. Surfaces Adjacent to Field Welds No changes have been made to this section.
Bearing Strength at Bolt Holes A user note has been added to this section: Local Buckling of Tee Stems in Flexural Compression new section In this new section the nominal moment strength of tee stems in flexural compression is calculated using the elastic section modulus, Sx and the critical stress, Fcr. Tensile Strength In Equation D the variable for effective edge distance, beff, has been changed to 3600-5. The equations for the reduced flexural stiffness Eq.
Nondestructive Testing of Welded Joints N5.
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Unstiffened Elements was Section B4. The definition for U and any terms associated with that symbol are also tabulated there. Aissc user note has been added stating that the imperfections considered are the locations of points of intersection of members caused by the out-of-plumbness of columns. Drain Holes No changes have been made to this section. Strain Compatibility Method No aiec have been made to this section.
Help Center Find new research papers in: Compression Flange Yielding The definition of Myc has been added to this section.
Added is a statement that the available compressive strength need not be less than that of the bare steel member. Design of Connections Added to this section is the statement that self-limiting inelastic deformations are permitted.
The channel shear connecter is now defined as a hot-rolled channel anchor. Consideration of Initial Imperfections new asic The effects of initial imperfections can be accounted for using either direct modeling or the use of notional loads covered previously in Appendix 7, Section 7.
Design Strength No changes have been made to this section. Shear Connection This new section gives the provisions for force transfer by shear connection in filled and 360–05 composite members.
A-have been reformatted into a text description and moved into Section C2. Tension Flange Yielding No changes have been made to this section. The definitions for Qf are now located in Table K1. The 360-0 has changed from at least 2. Performance Objective No changes have been made to this section.
Difference between AISC 9th ed. and 360-05/10
Added to this section is the statement that any rational method that considers the effects listed in this section is permitted.
Lateral-Torsional Buckling No changes have been made to this section.
Design for Ponding was Section B3. Defining Column Unbraced Length.