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Author:Ivor Ryan ,CTICM(Author);

Date published:09/03/2006

SN038 This NCCI provides the rules for checking the resistance of a beam section notched near the support. The rules are limited to beams of symmetrical I section with one or both flanges notched at the end to facilitate its attachment to a support. The support is usually a beam web but may be the web of a column.

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Author:Edurne Nunez Moreno ,SCI (Steel Construction Institute)(Author);

Date published:10/03/2006

SN026 This NCCI provides guidance on the sizing of the components of a bearing column splice using bolted flange and web cover plates.

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Author:Edurne Nunez Moreno ,SCI (Steel Construction Institute)(Author);

Date published:17/03/2006

SN024 This NCCI provides simplified guidance on the initial sizing of the components of a "non-bearing column splice" using bolted flange and web cover plates for a column in "simple construction". At the final design stage, full verification should be carried out.

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Author:Abdul Malik ,The Steel Construction Institute(Author);

Date published:15/03/2004

SF018 This chart sets out the processes for verifying the adequacy of a non-bearing column splice for a column in ‘simple’ construction. Reference is made to guidance on initial sizing for choosing the size of cover plates and bolt configurations. The design forces on the cover plates is determined from the design axial force on the column, the nominal moments and shear forces. The resistances of the cover plates and bolts are determined. The calculation of the tensile tying resistance for structural integrity is also covered.

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Author:Abdul Malik ,The Steel Construction Institute(Author);

Date published:15/03/2004

SF009 This chart sets out the processes for determining the shear and tying resistances of a "Simple Joint" using a fin plate connection for Beam/Column and Beam/Beam connections. The flow chart applies to a bolted connection using non-preloaded bolts. Reference is made to detailing guidance and use of 'standard details' to meet the requirements of a 'simple joint model'. This chart covers the rules for the shear and tying resistances of the fin plate, the supported beam and the supporting column or beam.

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Author:Jaime Grijalvo ,LABAIN(Author);

Date published:15/03/2004

SF026 This chart sets out the process for verifying the adequacy of a bolted end plate connection for a portal frame. The resistances in the tension and the compression zones are determined before the design moment resistance of the joint is established. The vertical shear resistance is also determined.

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Author:Jaime Grijalvo ,LABAIN(Author);

Date published:15/03/2004

SF025 This chart sets out the process for verifying the adequacy of a bolted end plate connection for a portal frame. The resistances in the tension and the compression zones and in the horizontal shear zone in the column web are determined before the design moment resistance of the joint is established. The vertical shear resistance is also determined.

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Author:Graham Owens ,The Steel Construction Institute(Author);

Date published:12/01/2006

SN025 This NCCI gives details of economical column splices that do not provide full continuity of stiffness. It also explains where such splices may be used.

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Author:Abdul Malik ,The Steel Construction Institute(Author);

Date published:12/01/2006

SN023 This NCCI provides rules for verifying the adequacy of a "non-bearing column splice" for a column in "simple construction". It also provides rules for the determination of the tensile tying resistance of the splice for structural integrity. The rules may be used to evaluate the overall resistance of the splice, for all the possible modes of failure, based on the rules in EN 1993-1-8 for determining the resistances of individual components in a connection.

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Author:Edurne Nunez Moreno ,SCI (Steel Construction Institute)(Author);

Date published:15/03/2004

SF008 This chart sets out the processes for determining the shear and tying resistances of a "Simple Joint" using an end plate connection for Beam/Column and Beam/Beam connection. The flow chart applies to a bolted connection using non-preloaded bolts. Reference is made to detailing guidance and use of 'standard details' to meet the requirements of a 'simple joint model'. This chart covers the rules for the shear and tying resistances of the end plate, the supported beam and the supporting column or beam.

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Author:Jonas Gozzi ,Swedish Institute of Steel Construction (SBI)(Author);

Date published:07/06/2006

SX020 It is essential to ensure that neither the whole building nor a significant part of it will collapse if a localized failure occurs. To avoid disproportionate collapse it is necessary to ensure adequate tying resistance in the beam connections and column splices. This example shows how tying is considered in the Eurocodes. Consequences classes, effective horizontal ties and effective vertical ties are considered.

Author:Edurne Nunez Moreno ,SCI (Steel Construction Institute)(Author);

Date published:04/09/2006

SX034 This worked example shows the procedure to check the bolted connection of an angle brace in tension to a gusset plate welded to a column web. Non preloaded bolts are used (Category A: bearing type).

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Author:Edurne Nunez Moreno ,SCI (Steel Construction Institute)(Author);

Date published:21/03/2006

SX018 This example presents a method for verifying the adequacy of a non-bearing column splice using bolted flange and web cover plates. The design forces on the cover plates are determined from the axial load on the column, the nominal moments and shear forces. The design resistances of the cover plates and the bolt groups are then determined. The example also demonstrates the calculation of the tensile tying resistance of the splice for structural integrity.

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Author:Abdul Malik ,The Steel Construction Institute(Author);

Date published:16/09/2005

SN017 This NCCI provides rules for the determination of shear resistance of a "Simple Joint" using a fin plate connection for Beam/Column and Beam/Beam connections. The rules apply to a bolted connection loaded in shear and using non-preloaded bolts (i.e. Category A: Bearing type bolted connection). This NCCI covers the rules for the fin plate, the supported beam and the supporting column or beam. The rules may be used to evaluate the overall shear resistance of the connection, for all the possible modes of failure, based on the rules in EN 1993-1-8 for determining the resistances of individual components of the connection.

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Author:Boris Jurasinovic ,SCI (Steel Construction Institute)(Author); Edurne Nunez Moreno ,SCI (Steel Construction Institute)(Author);

Date published:16/09/2005

SN018 This NCCI provides rules for the determination of tying resistance of a “Simple Joint" using a fin plate connection for Beam/Column and Beam/Beam connections. The rules apply to a bolted connection, using non-preloaded bolts (i.e. Category A: Bearing type bolted connection). This NCCI covers the rules for the fin plate, the supported beam and the supporting column web. The rules may be used to evaluate the overall tying resistance of the connection, for all the possible modes of failure, based on the rules in EN 1993-1-8 for determining the resistances of individual components of the connection. The design procedure given in this NCCI applies to an accidental limit state.

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Author:Edurne Nunez Moreno ,SCI (Steel Construction Institute)(Author);

Date published:16/09/2005

SN015 This NCCI provides rules for the determination of tying resistance of a “Simple Joint” using an end plate connection for beam-to-column and beam-to-beam connections. It covers the rules for the end plate, the supported beam and the supporting column web. The rules may be used to evaluate the overall tying resistance of the connection, for all the possible modes of failure, based on the rules in EN 1993-1-8 for determining the resistances of individual components of the connection. The design procedure given in this NCCI applies to an accidental limit state. The rules given in this NCCI can be applied to both partial depth and full depth end plate connections, using non-preloaded bolts (i.e. Category A: Bearing type bolted connections).

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Author:Edurne Nunez Moreno ,SCI (Steel Construction Institute)(Author);

Date published:16/09/2005

SN016 This NCCI provides rules for the initial sizing of the components of fin plate connections for a "Simple joint". The rules apply to a bolted connection using non-preloaded bolts (i.e. a Category A: Bearing type bolted connection).

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Author:Edurne Nunez Moreno ,SCI (Steel Construction Institute)(Author);

Date published:16/09/2005

SN014 This NCCI provides rules for the determination of shear resistance of a "Simple Joint" using an end plate connection for Beam/Column and Beam/Beam connections. This NCCI covers the rules for the end plate, the supported beam and the supporting column or beam. The rules may be used to evaluate the overall shear resistance of the connection, for all the possible modes of failure, based on the rules in EN 1993-1-8 for determining the resistances of individual components of the connection. The rules apply to a bolted connection using non-preloaded bolts (i.e. a Category A: Bearing type bolted connection). The rules given in this NCCI can be applied to both partial depth and full depth end plate connections.

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Author:Edurne Nunez Moreno ,SCI (Steel Construction Institute)(Author);

Date published:16/09/2005

SN013 This NCCI provides rules for the initial sizing of the components of end plate connections for a "Simple Joint". Both partial depth and full depth end plates are covered by this NCCI. The rules apply to a bolted connection using non-preloaded bolts (i.e. Category A: Bearing type bolted connection).

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Author:Thomas Cosgrove ,The Steel Construction Institute(Author);

Date published:01/05/2003


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