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Market design checks out with steel

Two eight-storey steel framed commercial buildings are spearheading a major investment programme for the St James’s area in central London. Martin Cooper …

AD 330: Vibration of steel staircases

The Advisory Desk has received a number of queries asking for guidance on vi- bration of steel staircases. In fact, guidance is already given in several parts …

Design of Floors for Vibration: A New Approach

This publication provides guidance for vibration design of all steel-framed floor and building types. Vibration measurements taken over the last 10 years on …

AD 312 Vibration Dose Values

In order to retain the accurate formatting of the equations in this advisory desk, this article is available as a pdf download only. Click here to download …

New tests demonstrate superior performance of steel-framed floors

Recent vibration tests on composite floors in steel-framed hospital buildings have confirmed that the real performance of composite floors is superior to that …

October 2005 – Steel’s competitive edge

Good news from Davis Langdon whose annual cost comparison between steel frames and concrete has once again proven that steel provides the most advantageous and …

Letters: April 2005

NSC welcomes letters from readers on steel construction related issues. Please keep your letters brief — the editor reserves the right to condense. …

Tackling the residential market

The use of steel in multi-storey residential projects is increasing. It offers economic and fast solutions. There are strong positive trends in the UK market …

Unique bridge at Milton Keynes

A new bridge at Whaddon Road, Milton Keynes is unique on two counts. It employs the design concept of continuing steel friction piles up out of the ground to …

Human-induced Vibration of Slender Structures

How should we approach the rapidly emerging problem of excessive vibrations of structures occupied and dynamically excited by humans? Aleksandar Pavic finds …

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