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Date published:01/06/1994

Comments are given in this Note on the use of RHS chord stiffening for U-frame action, overlapping bracing members and the use of hot formed versus cold formed hollow sections. The comments are based on a letter from British Steel Tubes & Pipes in New Steel Construction.

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Date published:01/12/1995

This Note draws attention to the fact that there are different Standards for hot-finished and cold-formed structural hollow sections. The Note lists the applicable Standards.

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Date published:01/02/1990

Date published:01/02/1990

This Note provides guidance on how to check a RHS chord in a truss for axial compression and bending moment in accordance with BS 5950: Part 1: 1985 when the purlins are not at node positions.

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Date published:01/02/1990

This Note gives notification that the SCI will issue an Addendum Number 1 to the second addition to Volume 1 of the Steelwork Design Guide to BS 5950: Part 1: 1985, which will extend the range of SHS sizes.

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Date published:01/02/1990

This Note gives notification of a British Steel publication entitled Design of SHS Welded Joints (TD 297/3E/1988 May). This simplifies the design of predominantly axially loaded welded tubular joints.

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Date published:01/08/1989

This Note highlights that there is a wide range of intumescent coatings available to provide fire protection to steel structures, and it comments on their general performance.

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Date published:01/08/1988

This Note highlights that the tables for combined axial load and bending moment for square and rectangular hollow sections in Volume 1 of the SCI Guide to BS 5950: Part 1: 1985 do not cover the case where the plastic neutral axis lies in the flange. The background to the formulae used is given.

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Date published:01/02/1998

This Note gives advice on the introduction of three new Standards for structural hollow sections: BS EN 10210-2:1997 and BS EN 10219-1 and 2:1997. Parts 1 of these Standards give the technical delivery requirements and material properties, and Part 2 gives tolerances, dimensions and section properties.

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Date published:01/08/1999

This Note provides guidance for the design of welded joints between tubular bracing members and UC or UB chords to comply with the requirements of amendment A1 of Eurocode 3: 1992.

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