پاورپوینت connections and bracing configurations
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This presentation was developed as a teaching aid with the support of the American Institute of Steel Construction. Its objective is to provide technical background and information for connections and bracing configurations. The information provided is based on common design and construction practices for structures of twelve stories or less.
The AISC Digital Library case study presentations document the construction of a steel frame for an office building. The case study includes photographs that were taken throughout the construction of the structural steel frame including detailing, fabrication, and erection. Project data including plans, schedules, specifications and other details are also included. The case study presentations are available in the Learning Opportunities section at www.aisc.org .
This presentation goes a step further in detail in the areas of connections and bracing configurations. A more in-depth background is provided and details of common connections and bracing configurations are presented.
The information is presented with concerns of a construction manager or general contractor in mind.
What Will You Gain From This Presentation?
General knowledge of structural steel
Knowledge of the types of steel frame connections defined in the American Institute of Steel Construction design specification
An understanding of different types of connections used in structural steel frames
Insight into the impacts of using certain connection types
Familiarity with common bracing systems used in structural steel frames
Benefits of Structural Steel
Some benefits associated with use of structural steel for owners are:
Steel allows for reduced frame construction time and the ability to construct in all seasons
Steel makes large spans and bay sizes possible, providing more flexibility for owners
Steel is easier to modify and reinforce if architectural changes are made to a facility over its life
Steel is lightweight and can reduce foundation costs
Steel is durable, long-lasting and recyclable (AISC 1999)