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Course Name
Turkish Çelik Yapılar I
English Steel Structures I
Course Code
INS 411E Credit Lecture
Semester -
3 2 2 -
Course Language English
Course Coordinator Cüneyt Vatansever
Course Objectives • 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 History of steel. Introduction to steel structures. Properties of structural steel. Design principles for steel structures. Safety, loads and load combinations. Connections and fasteners. Riveted and bolted connections subject to concentric and eccentric shear. Welded connections. Tension members. Splice connections in tension members. Compression members. Single compression members. Built-up compression members. Design of tie plates and lacing members. Design of flexural members with rolled sections and their splice connections. Built-up flexural members. Members subject to combined axial force and bending moments. Roof trusses.
Course Outcomes The successful student will be able;
1. to understand the structural steel material and the connection elements
2. to define the loads acting on the structure and to model the load combinations
3. to size the structural steel members under tension, compression and bending moments
4. to develop and design simple steel connections
5. to design roof trusses
Required Facilities
Textbook 1. Lecture Notes prepared by the lecturers
2. Steel Design, W. T. Segui, 6th Edition, 2018.
3. Unified Design of Steel Structures, 3rd Edition, L. Geschwindner, J. Liu, C. Carter, 2017.
4. Steel Structures Design and Behavior, C. G. Salmon, J. E. Johnson, F. A. Malhas, 5th Edition, 2009.
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