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Date published:01/03/1992

Date published:01/03/1992

This Note decribes how to apply the m-factor method in BS5950-1:1990 to unrestrained beams with equal flanges with loads applied between restraints.

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Date published:01/05/1992

This Note provides guidance for design to Clause 4.8.3.3.2 of BS 5950-1: 1990. This clause provides an interaction expression for the overall buckling check of members subject to combined axial compression and moment.

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Date published:01/05/1992

This Note presents the load combinations to be used when designing a building subject to crane loads as well as imposed loads. This extends the list of combinations presented in Table 2 of BS 5950-1:1990.

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Date published:01/02/1993

This Note provides clarification on the difference in the requirements of Addendum No.1 to BS 449 and those of BS5950-5:1990 for the design of cold-formed, double channel I-sections.

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Date published:01/11/1992

This Note explains the reason for the anomaly between predictions of BS5950-1:1990 for axially loaded members [as tabulated in the Steelwork Design Guide to BS 5950: Part 1 (3rd edition)] where adding moments appears to increase the allowable axial load.

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Date published:01/11/1992

This Note explains the anomaly between results obtained when checking a web to Clause 3.5.4 or Appendix H.3.2 of BS 5950-1:1990.

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Date published:01/09/1992

This Note explains why the diameter, d, of a circular column should be taken as zero when designing column bases to Clause 38b of BS 449:1990. An alternative design formula, based on BS 5950-1:1990, but suitable for allowable stress design, is also presented.

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Date published:01/09/1992

This Note presents clarification of how the 1.6 factor should be applied to crane wheel loads in accordance with BS 5950-1:1990. This information supplements the guidance presented in AD111.

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Date published:01/11/1992

This Note extends the guidance provided in AD001, which enables the compact limits to be determined for partially loaded members. The method adopted is based on Appendix H.3.2 of BS 5950-1:1990.

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Author:Abdul Malik ,The Steel Construction Institute(Author); P R Salter ,The Steel Construction Institute(Author); David Nethercot ,Imperial College London(Author);

Date published:01/01/1989

Worked Example 10 extracted from P057. Demonstrates the design of a U.C. section in torsion and bending supporting an eccentric column. The eccentricity moment is distributed between the beam (in torsion) and the column (in bending).

Author:Abdul Malik ,The Steel Construction Institute(Author); P R Salter ,The Steel Construction Institute(Author); David Nethercot ,Imperial College London(Author);

Date published:01/01/1997

Worked Example 9 extracted from P057. Shows the use of a channel to support a sliding door. The channel is unrestrained and the door acts at a modest eccentricity from the channel's shear centre. Deflections govern the final design.

Date published:01/11/2001

This Note explains the 'effective area' method for base plate design which is published in BS 5950: Part 1: 2000. Examples are given to illustrate the application of the method.

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Date published:01/09/2001

This Note highlights the use of the equivalent uniform moment factor 'm' in BS 5950: Part1: 2000. It explains the different values of 'm' for lateral torsional buckling and for flexural buckling.

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Date published:01/09/2000

This Note describes how to carry out a lateral torsional buckling check on a tapered beam using Appendix B3 of BS 5950: Part 1: 1990.

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Date published:01/01/2002

This Note gives guidance on the design of cellular beams that have a high degree of asymmetry within the cross-section caused by openings off-centre with respect to the beam depth, or by Tee chords which have greatly different areas. Design formulae are presented.

Date published:01/03/2000

This Note gives advice on the design of UB and UC elements in open-sided car parks in the 'fire' condition, according to Approved Document B and BS 5950: Part 8: 1990.

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