Structural Design of Buildings II

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Course Code: 
68402
Course Outline: 

An-Najah National University

Department of Building Engineering

68402 Structural Design of Buildings II

2009-2010

 

Instructor

Monther Dwaikat. B.Sc., M.Sc., Ph.D.

 

Objectives

The course aims to provide the students with required knowledge and skill to design structures using structural steel as one alternative to reinforced concrete. In the course, the students will be introduced to the principles and techniques of analyzing and designing different types of structural components using steel.

 

Pre-requisite

Courses in structural analysis (concept of structures I & II) are essential prerequisites.

 

Course outline:

[1] Introduction to design in steel:

Design requirements, methods of design, material properties, loading & loading combinations.

[2] Design of trusses:

Tension members, compression members and connections.

[3] Design of beams:

Restrained beams and unrestrained beams

[4] Design of columns:

Design of columns and beam columns

[5] Design of connections and column bases.

Bolted connections, welded connections and base plates.

 

Textbook:

McCormac J.C. (2008), Structural Steel Design, 4th edition, Prentice Hall, NJ

 

Assessment:

[1] First hour exam, 15%.

[2] Second hour exam, 15%.

[3] Project and computer application, 20%.

[4] Final exam 50%