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INS 411E - Steel Structures I

Course Objectives

Main objectives of this course are;

- to provide the design fundamentals of steel structures and the principles for proportioning of structural steel members and connections
- to develop skills for 3D-imagining in design and proportioning processes
- to develop the ability to implement the design fundamentals and proportioning principles on engineering problems through the examples and homework assignment

Course Description

Introduction to Steel Structures /Historical development of steel structures / Application areas of steel
products / Properties of structural steel / Information about steel design procedures. / Reliability, loads and
load combinations / Connections, connecting members / Riveted and Bolted connections / Welded
connections / Tension members / Splices in tension members / Compression members
composed for single cross section, beam column design / Built-up compression members /
Design of batten plates of lacing members / Rolled section beam design and their splices /
Built-up rolled section beam design / Bi -axial bending / Lateral buckling control for beams /
Flexural buckling / Trusses / Roof-truss design / Bracings for stability and connection details

Course Coordinator
Cüneyt Vatansever
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