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Steel dominates the commercial buildings market

Accompanying this issue of New Steel Construction is a brochure providing an overview of the commercial buildings market and how structural steelwork continues …

Light Steel Framing In Residential Construction (P402)

Light steel framing systems use galvanized cold formed steel sections as the primary structural components, which can be assembled as prefabricated panels. …

Resistance of beams and columns in fire: Worked examples to the Eurocodes (P403)

Wind Actions to BS EN 1991-1-4

For most buildings in the UK, wind action is an important influence on structural design. BS EN 1991-1-4:2005+A1:2010 (the UK implementation of Eurocode 1 Part …

Joints in steel construction: Moment-Resisting joints to Eurocode 3 (P398)

This publication covers the design of moment-resisting joints in accordance with Eurocode 3. Moment-resisting joints are typically found in portal frames and …

Interim Report. Design of Portal Frames to Eurocode 3: An overview for UK designers

In the UK, designers of portal frame buildings have commonly used bespoke software specifically written for the analysis and member design in accordance with …

Steel Building Design: Design Data, Updated 2013

The “Blue Book” remains the essential aid for the design of structural steelwork, providing tabulated member resistances in accordance with the Eurocode 3 …

Publication: Elastic Design of Single-Span Steel Portal Frame Buildings to Eurocode 3 (P397)

Steel portal frames account for around 50% of the structural steel used in the UK and are firmly established as a light weight, cost effective and efficient …

Selection of steel sub-grade in accordance with the Eurocodes

Guidance on meeting the Robustness Requirements in Approved Document A (2004 Edition)

“Disproportionate collapse” The 2004 Amendments to the Building Regulations (for England and Wales) include important changes to Part A (Structure). The …

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