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Introduction to Printmaking

by: Miss Ova Howell

Introduction to Printmaking ART 16

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Date Created: 10/22/15
University of California at Berkeley CEE 247 Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering Spring 2002 Lecture 16 Behavior of Plate Girders in Shear Objectives 1 Identify and discuss plate girder shear strength limit state Equot Explain two modes of shear resistance of a plate girder panel shear yielding and tension eld action TFA Discuss the role of intermediate stiffeners E 3 Explain the behavior of the rst panel of a plate girder V39 Compute shear strength when IPA is not allowed 6 Compute shear strength when IPA is allowed 1 Compute the strength of a plate girder under combined moment and shear using the AISCiLRFD interaction equation Study Assignments 1 Salmon amp Johnson 118 119 1110 2 AISC Manual Part 16 Appendix F2 Appendix G3 G4 and G5 3 Practice problems Salmon amp Johnson 113 114 1110 and 1111b University of California at Berkeley CEE 247 Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering Spring 2002 Lecture 15 Flexural Strength of Plate Girders Objectives 1 Identify and describe exural strength limit states for plate girders Equot Compute nominal exural strength Mn for tension ange yielding limit state W Compute nominal exural strength Mn for compression ange buckling limit state 3 Discuss the role of bendbuckling in reducing the exural strength of plate girders V39 Describe the behavior of hybrid plate girders and explain Why they are not as strong as nonhybrid girders 6 Compare AISCiLRFD design provisions for beams Chapter F and plate girders Chapter G Study Assignments 1 Salmon amp Johnson Sections 114 116 and 117 2 AISC Manual Part 16 Appendix G1 and Appendix G2 3 Practice problems Salmon amp Johnson 111 112 and 1111a University of California at Berkeley CEE 247 Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering Spring 2002 Lecture 11 Fully and Partially Composite Beams Design Principles Objectives 1 Differentiate between fully and partially composite beam behavior Equot Describe how strength of shear connectors limits the exuaral capacity of the beam W Compute the exural capacity of a partially composite beam 3 Discuss advantages and disadvantages of partially composite beams V39 Describe how a composite beam de ects under load 6 Compute the stiffness and the de ection of composite beam gt1 Describe the behavior of continuous composite beams Study Assignments 1 Salmon amp Johnson Section 167 and 168 2 AISC Manual Part 16 Chapter I 3 AISC Manual Part 5 pages 51 to 534 Practice Problems 1 Salmon amp Johnson problems 164 and 165 for cases 3 and 4 2 Comment on the differences in these designs


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