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Diploma in Design of Steel Structures

Simplified Steel Structures...More content will be updated on regular basis.
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GLOBAL EDUCATION FOUNDATION
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Design of Steel Members
Design of steel connections
Design of Beam and Slab
Design of Column and Foundation
Design on Structural Softwares

In this course you will learn various classified course modules:-

Module 1.) Fundamentals of Steel Structures.

1.1 Steel as construction material.

1.2 Steel structures: Towers, Roof.

of steel condition. trusses, Water Tanks, Bridges,

structures.

1.4 Loads acting on steel structures.

1.3 Stress Strain graph for load etc. acting on the given mild steel.

1.5 Limit State Method of design:

Sub- Topics covered…

1 a. Fundamentals of steel structure.

1 b. Use steel table to identify Gantry and Crane _ girders,

different properties of given Columns, Chimney, building

steel sections. frames etc.

1 c. Explain the various type(s) of | {1.3 Types, grades and strength of

loads (Dead load, live load, steel sections, Steel Table, IS

impact load, seismic load, snow 808-1989.

steel structures.

1 d. Select the relevant factors to according to IS 875-1987 part |

calculate seismic forces for to IV.

given civil structure.

1 e. Choose the partial safety factor Meaning and types of limit

as per the guidelines laid in IS states, loads, design criteria, limit

for the given situation. states of strength, limit states of serviceability.

1 f. Explain the Advantages and serviceability.

disadvantages of steel as 1.6 Factors of safety and load factors

construction material in the as per IS 800:2007.

Module 2.) Design of Steel Connections.

2.1 bolts, modes of failure,

2.2 Specifications of bolt holes for bolted connections.

2.3 Strength of bolt in shear, tension, bearing and efficiency of joint.

2.4 Analysis and design of bolted joints for axially loaded plate, single and double angle members

2.5 Welded connections: Butt and Fillet welds, size of weld, throat thickness

2.6 Analysis and design of fillet welded joint for plate, single and double angle members subjected to axial load.

(Additional Bonus Lectures on:-

1. Design the bolted connections.

2. Compute the strength of the given welded connections.

3. Design the welded connections for given situations.

4. State the Specifications for cross-sectional area, pitch, Spacing, gauge, end distance, edge distance, and diameter of bolt holes for bolted connections with justification.

5. Explain the advantages and disadvantages of given welded connection.)

More Course Content Will be updated on Weekly Basis…

All basic concepts are explained and simplified.

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Global Education Foundation.

About US-GEF:-

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About US

About global Education Foundation.

Introduction to the Course

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Introducing the Course

Names Course contents and Modules are Introduced

1. Details and Introduction

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1. Introduction

Conceptual course coverage...

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2. STEEL AS A INTERIOR

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2. STEEL AS A INTERIOR

How Steel can be used as a perfect Architectural Interior Inferior Material:- An Overview.

3. Structural Steel Connections

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3. Steel Connections

Steel Connections in detail...

4. Methods of Steel Design

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4. Methods of Steel Design
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Code of Design standards:-

Clauses in IS code 800-2007 explained briefly.

5. STRUCTURAL STEEL & US STEEL TOWER

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5. STRUCTURAL STEEL & US STEEL TOWER

Case Studies..

6. FAMOUS STEEL BUILDINGS

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6. WORLD'S FAMOUS STEEL BUILDINGS

World's old & monumental steel building:- An overview.

7. STEEL MEMBERS AND WELDING

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7. STEEL MEMBERS AND WELDING

Welded connections types & Details...

8. STRESS STRAIN CURVE DETAILS

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8. STRESS STRAIN CURVE DETAILS
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Steel Elasticity & Rigidity

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Steel Elasticity & Rigidity

Limit State Method of Design

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Limit State method

Limit state of Strength., Limit state of Serviceability, Tension and Compression members, Slenderness ratio.

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Design concepts

Design concepts in Limit State design are explained in detail.

Design of Steel Connections

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Introduction to Steel Connections

Riveted, Bolted & Welded connections.

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Details of Bolted Connections

Bolted Connection layout & design conditions, assumptions.

3
Loadings on Bolts and types

Bearing, Shearing & Tearing (Tensile) Capacity of bolts...

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Shearing Capacity of bolts

All formulas for shearing capacity

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Bearing Capacity of Bolts

All formulae for Bearing Capacity explained

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Tearing Capacity of Steel Plates

All formulae for Tearing Strength discussed

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Efficiency of Bolted Joint

Efficiency Formula in detail

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