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AD 431: Column web panel strengthening

The purpose of this Advisory Desk note is to draw attention to the contribution that full-depth stiffeners make to the shear resistance of column web panels. …

Cast-in plates design guide published

Commissioned and funded by the BCSA and Steel for Life, a new SCI guide P416 is now available which provides guidance for the design of cast-in steel plates …

New steel bridge design guides available from SCI

The Steel Construction Institute (SCI) has published two new steel bridge design publications that are now available at: …

Steel chips in for barn design

With a capacity of 12,000t of boxed potatoes, steel construction has helped create one of the largest potato stores in the UK. One of East Anglia’s largest …

Design of composite beams with a reduced level of shear connection

Dr Graham Couchman considers SCI’s new publication P405 Minimum degree of shear connection rules for UK construction to Eurocode 4. Background Developments …

Shear connection rules to Eurocode 4 published by SCI

Steel Construction Institute (SCI) has published ‘Minimum degree of shear connection rules for UK construction to Eurocode 4’, guidance that was produced …

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 …

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