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Design of composite beams with large web openings (P355)

Composite floor beams are a preferred solution for multi-storey construction - this type of construction can achieve long spans and openings in the web of the steel section facilitating service integration within the structural zone. (Published 2011)
SKU: P355
£70.00

Composite floor beams are a preferred solution for multi-storey construction - this type of construction can achieve long spans and openings in the web of the steel section facilitating service integration within the structural zone.

This design guide provides comprehensive coverage of the design of a full range of fabricated and rolled beams with isolated and regularly spaced circular or rectangular web openings. The guide also covers the design of asymmetric steel sections, elongated round openings, stiffened openings and notched beams.

Design guidance has been prepared in a way that compliments design to the Eurocodes and the guide includes a full numerical worked example.

Products specifications
Dimensions A4
Binding Paperback
Publisher SCI
Edition Year 2011
Author S.J Hicks & R.M. Lawson
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