This publication covers the design of moment-resisting joints in accordance with Eurocode 3. Moment-resisting joints are typically found in portal frames and in continuous construction. This publication is the successor to Joints in steel construction – Moment connections (P207/95), which covers connections designed in accordance with BS 5950. (Published November 2013)
This new publication presents design data for Universal Column sections in S460
steel, derived in accordance with BS EN 1993-1-1 and its National Annex. The publication was developed to facilitate the design of columns in simple construction, providing compression and bending resistances in look-up format.
This publication is one of a series of “Green Books” that cover a range of steelwork connections. This publication provides guidance for nominally pinned joints (the most common joint type in steel building structures) that primarily carry vertical shear and, as an accidental limit state, tying forces. (Published 2011). NOTE: The tables in pages T-42, T-43, T-44, T-50, T-51 and T-52 of the first printing of November 2011 contained incorrect values of tying resistance; see the full description for further details.
This publication provides design guidance on the use of BS 5950-1:2000 for steel framed buildings. It gives background information to the Code and covers the design of typical structural forms and their components. (Published 2003)
This publication presents advice on the calculation of wind loads in accordance with BS 6399-2:1997. It describes the Standard and Hybrid Methods in the Code and introduces two further methods, termed the Simplified Standard Method and the Simplified Hybrid Method. (Published 2003)
This publication provides an introduction to the design of single-span steel portal frames, generally in accordance with BS 5950 1:2000 but also giving advice on practical aspects not previously covered in publications. (Published 1999)
This publication provides design guidance for structural steelwork connections for use in buildings designed by the "Simple Method". This publication is another in the series of "Green Books" that cover a range of steelwork connections. (Published 2002)
This publication provides basic information necessary to assist an architect or engineer to understand the principles of design for fire resistant steel structures and the terminology used. (Published 1999)