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Tata Steel updates Blue Book for hollow sections

Tata Steel has partnered with the Steel Construction Institute (SCI) to produce a brand-new updated version of their ‘Blue Book’ software tool …

New CEO ready for new challenges

BCSA’s new Chief Executive Officer David Moore is no stranger to the steel construction sector and his background as Director of Engineering will stand him …

Illustration of fatigue design of a crane runway beam

As indicated in the technical article in the September 2018 issue of New Steel Construction Richard Henderson of the SCI discusses the fatigue design of crane …

President’s Column: January 2019

I’ve written before about the benefits that accrue to clients, main contractors and specifiers from using a BCSA member for their structural steelwork. This …

AD 413: Shear resistances of M12 bolts

Designers using paper or online versions of the Eurocode Blue Book may have noted that the shear resistance of an M12 bolt has different values quoted, …

AD 409: Recent Blue and Orange Book developments

Recent restructuring within the UK steel industry has led to new developments in the provision of structural steel design information produced by SCI; …

Interactive Blue Book now available

Produced by the Steel Construction Institute (SCI) on behalf of Steel for Life, a new interactive version of the Blue Book is now available. The comprehensive …

News in Brief: May 2017

Kloeckner Metals UK/Westok has released version 10.3 of its cellbeam software package. New features include Eurocode design to EN 1993 and 1994 and enhanced …

Stronger steels in high demand

ArcelorMittal reports increasing use of high strength steels offering weight and cost savings across the worldwide markets that it operates in, as Neil Tilley …

Blue Book app and running

Tata Steel’s app for steel section properties and member capacities for design to BS5950 or EC3 can be downloaded for free from the Apple App Store. The app …

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