Cold-Formed Steel Design, 4th Edition
The definitive text in the field, thoroughly updated and expanded
Hailed by professionals around the world as the definitive text on the subject, Cold-Formed Steel Design is an indispensable resource for all who design for and work with cold-formed steel. No other book provides such exhaustive coverage of both the theory and practice of cold-formed steel construction. Updated and expanded to reflect all the important developments that have occurred in the field over the past decade, this Fourth Edition of the classic text provides you with more of the detailed, up-to-the-minute technical information and expert guidance you need to make optimum use of this incredibly versatile material for building construction.
Wei-Wen Yu and Roger LaBoube, respected authorities in the field, draw upon decades of experience in cold-formed steel design, research, teaching, and development of design specifications to provide guidance on all practical aspects of cold-formed steel design for manufacturing, civil engineering, and building applications. Throughout the book, they describe the structural behavior of cold-formed steel members and connections from both the theoretical and experimental perspectives, and discuss the rationale behind the AISI and North American design provisions. Cold-Formed Steel Design, Fourth Edition features:
Thoroughly up-to-date 2007 North American (AISI S100) design specifications
Both ASD and LRFD methods for USA and Mexico
LSD (Limit States Design) method for Canada
A new chapter on the Direct Strength Method
Updates and revisions of all 14 existing chapters
In-depth design examples and explanation of design provisions
Cold-Formed Steel Design, Fourth Edition is a necessary tool-of-the-trade for structural engineers, manufacturers, construction managers, and architects. It is also an excellent advanced text for college students and researchers in structural engineering, architectural engineering, construction engineering, and related disciplines.
CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION.
1.1 General Remarks.
1.2 Types of Cold-Formed Steel Sections and Their Applications.
1.3 Standardized Metal Buildings and Industrialized Housing.
1.4 Methods of Forming.
1.5 Research and Design Specifications.
1.6 General Design Considerations of Cold-Formed Steel Construction.
1.7 Economic Design and Optimum Properties.
CHAPTER 2 MATERIALS USED IN COLD-FORMED STEEL CONSTRUCTION.
2.1 General Remarks.
2.2 Yield Stress, Tensile Strength, and Stress–Strain Curve.
2.3 Modulus of Elasticity, Tangent Modulus, and Shear Modulus.
2.6 Fatigue Strength and Toughness.
2.7 Influence of Cold Work on Mechanical Properties of Steel.
2.8 Utilization of Cold Work of Forming.
2.9 Effect of Temperature on Mechanical Properties of Steel.
2.10 Testing of Full Sections and Flat Elements.
2.11 Residual Stresses Due to Cold Forming.
2.12 Effect of Strain Rate on Mechanical Properties.
CHAPTER 3 STRENGTH OF THIN ELEMENTS AND DESIGN CRITERIA.
3.1 General Remarks.
3.2 Definitions of Terms.
3.3 Design Basis.
3.5 Structural Behavior of Compression Elements and Design Criteria.
3.6 Perforated Elements and Members.
3.7 Plate Buckling of Structural Shapes.
3.8 Additional Information.
CHAPTER 4 FLEXURAL MEMBERS.
4.1 General Remarks.
4.2 Bending Strength and Deflection.
4.3 Design of Beam Webs.
4.4 Bracing Requirements of Beams.
4.5 Torsional Analysis of Beams and Combined Bending and Torsional Loading.
4.6 Additional Information on Beams.
CHAPTER 5 COMPRESSION MEMBERS.
5.1 General Remarks.
5.3 Flexural Column Buckling.
5.4 Torsional Buckling and Flexural–Torsional Buckling.
5.5 Effect of Local Buckling on Column Strength.
5.6 Distortional Buckling Strength of Compression Members.
5.7 Effect of Cold Work on Column Buckling.
5.8 North American Design Formulas for Concentrically Loaded Compression Members.
5.9 Effective Length Factor K.
5.10 Built-Up Compression Members.
5.11 Bracing of Axially Loaded Compression Members.
5.12 Design Examples.
5.13 Compression Members Having One Flange Fastened to Decks or Panels.
5.14 Wall Studs.
5.15 Additional Information on Compression Members.
CHAPTER 6 COMBINED AXIAL LOAD AND BENDING.
6.1 General Remarks.
6.2 Combined Tensile Axial Load and Bending.
6.3 Combined Compressive Axial Load and Bending (Beam–Columns).
6.4 North American Design Criteria.
6.5 Design Examples.
6.6 Second-Order Analysis.
6.7 Additional Information on Beam–Columns.
CHAPTER 7 CLOSED CYLINDRICAL TUBULAR MEMBERS.
7.1 General Remarks.
7.2 Types of Closed Cylindrical Tubes.
7.3 Flexural Column Buckling.
7.4 Local Buckling.
7.5 North American Design Criteria.
7.6 Design Examples.
CHAPTER 8 CONNECTIONS.
8.1 General Remarks.
8.2 Types of Connectors.
8.3 Welded Connections.
8.4 Bolted Connections.
8.5 Screw Connections.
8.6 Other Fasteners.
8.7 Rupture Failure of Connections.
8.8 I- or Box-Shaped Compression Members Made by Connecting Two C-Sections.
8.9 I-Beams Made by Connecting Two C-Sections.
8.10 Spacing of Connections in Compression Elements.
CHAPTER 9 SHEAR DIAPHRAGMS AND ROOF STRUCTURES.
9.1 General Remarks.
9.2 Steel Shear Diaphragms.
9.3 Structural Members Braced by Diaphragms.
9.4 Shell Roof Structures.
9.5 Metal Roof Systems.
CHAPTER 10 CORRUGATED SHEETS.
10.1 General Remarks.
10.3 Sectional Properties and Design of Arc- and Tangent-Type Corrugated Sheets.
10.4 Sectional Properties and Design of Trapezoidal-Type Corrugated Sheets.
CHAPTER 11 COMPOSITE DESIGN.
11.1 General Remarks.
11.2 Steel-Deck-Reinforced Composite Slabs.
11.3 Composite Beams or Girders with Cold-Formed Steel Deck.
CHAPTER 12 INTRODUCTION TO STAINLESS STEEL DESIGN.
12.1 General Remarks.
12.2 Differences between Specifications for Carbon Steels and Stainless Steels.
CHAPTER 13 LIGHT-FRAME CONSTRUCTION.
13.1 General Remarks.
13.2 Framing Standards.
13.3 Design Guides.
CHAPTER 14 COMPUTER-AIDED DESIGN.
14.1 General Remarks.
14.2 Computer Programs for Design of Cold-Formed Steel Structures.
CHAPTER 15 DIRECT-STRENGTH METHOD.
15.1 General Remarks.
15.2 North American DSM Provisions.
15.3 Commentary on Appendix 1 (DSM).
15.4 Direct-Strength Method Design Guide.
15.5 Design Examples.
APPENDIX A THICKNESS OF BASE METAL.
APPENDIX B TORSION.
B.2 Shear Center.
B.3 Torsional Stresses.
B.4 Design Criteria for Combined Bending and Torsional Loading.
APPENDIX C FORMULAS FOR COMPUTING CROSS-SECTIONAL PROPERTY βy.
APPENDIX D DEFINITIONS OF TERMS.
ACRONYMS AND ABBREVIATIONS.
Wei-Wen Yu, PhD, PE, is Curators' Professor Emeritus of Civil Engineering at Missouri University of Science and Technology (formerly, University of MissouriRolla) and Founding Director of Wei-Wen Yu Center for Cold-Formed Steel Structures. He was awarded the 2001 Shortridge Hardesty Award from the ASCE and the 2009 Lynn Beedle Award from the Structural Stability Research Council.
Roger A. LaBoube, PhD, PE, is Curators' Distinguished Teaching Professor of Civil Engineering at Missouri University of Science and Technology (formerly, University of MissouriRolla) and Director of Wei-Wen Yu Center for Cold-Formed Steel Structures.?Dr. LaBoube is an active member of AISI Committee on Specification and Committee on Framing Standards, and has an extensive industry and academic background related to the design and behavior of cold-formed steel structures.