2G 28 Aires Mateus by João Belo Rodeia, Alberto Campo Baeza

By João Belo Rodeia, Alberto Campo Baeza

Книга 2G Aires Mateus 2G Aires MateusКниги Строительство Год издания: 2003 Формат: pdf Издат.:GGili Страниц: 146 Размер: 28 Язык: Английский0 (голосов: zero) Оценка:-

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3) Design by calculation based on a rational analysis which accounts for the stabilizing influence of the cladding, plasticity in the purlin as the ultimate load is approached, and the behaviour of the cleat at the internal support. The effects, however, are difficult to quantity. (4) Design on the basis of full-scale testing. 7 For volume production, design by testing is the approach which is used. Although this approach is expensive, maximum economy of material can be achieved and the cost of the testing can be spread over several years of production.

The effects, however, are difficult to quantity. (4) Design on the basis of full-scale testing. 7 For volume production, design by testing is the approach which is used. Although this approach is expensive, maximum economy of material can be achieved and the cost of the testing can be spread over several years of production. Design by testing involves the ‘fine-tuning’ of theoretical expressions for the collapse load of the system. The method is based on the mechanism shown in Fig. 30 for a two-span system.

2 BS 6399: Part 3 contains a map showing values of ‘basic snow load on the ground’ in a form similar to a ‘contour map’. In ascertaining the snow load for which the structure is to be designed, the designer must take cognisance of the latter value at the building’s location and the altitude of the building above sea level. By substituting the latter values in a simple algorithm, the site snow load can be determined and used in building design. ) The trend towards both curved and multi-span pitched and curved roof structures, with eaves and gable parapets, further adds to the number of load combinations that the designer must recognise.

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