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作者 Staff, American Society of Civil Engineers
書名 Design of Latticed Steel Transmission Structures
出版項 Reston : American Society of Civil Engineers, 2015
©2015
國際標準書號 9780784478707 (electronic bk.)
9780784413760
book jacket
說明 1 online resource (90 pages)
text txt rdacontent
computer c rdamedia
online resource cr rdacarrier
系列 Standards Ser
Standards Ser
附註 Cover -- CONTENTS -- PREFACE -- DESIGN OF STEEL TRANSMISSION TOWERS STANDARDS COMMITTEE -- 1.0 GENERAL -- 1.1 Scope -- 1.2 Applicable Documents -- 1.3 Definitions -- 2.0 LOADING, GEOMETRY, AND ANALYSIS -- 2.1 Introduction -- 2.2 Loads -- 2.3 Geometric Configurations -- 2.4 Methods of Analysis -- 3.0 DESIGN OF MEMBERS -- 3.1 Introduction -- 3.2 Material -- 3.3 Minimum Sizes -- 3.4 Slenderness Ratios -- 3.5 Properties of Sections -- 3.6 Design Compression -- 3.7 Compression Members: Angles -- 3.7.1 Maximum w/t Ratio -- 3.7.2 Design Compressive Stress -- 3.7.3 Determination of F[sub(a)] -- 3.7.4 Effective Lengths -- 3.8 Compression Members: Symmetrical Lipped Angles -- 3.8.1 Maximum w/t Ratio -- 3.8.2 Design Compressive Stress -- 3.8.3 Equivalent Radius of Gyration -- 3.8.4 Minimum Lip Depth -- 3.9 Compression Members Not Covered in Sections 3.7 and 3.8 -- 3.9.1 Design Compressive Stress -- 3.9.2 Maximum w/t Ratio -- 3.9.3 Effective Widths of Elements in Compression -- 3.9.4 Doubly Symmetric Open Cross Sections -- 3.9.5 Singly Symmetric Open Cross Sections -- 3.9.6 Point-Symmetric Open Cross Sections -- 3.9.7 Closed Cross Sections -- 3.9.8 Nonsymmetric Cross Sections -- 3.9.9 Lips -- 3.9.10 Eccentric Connections -- 3.10 Tension Members -- 3.10.1 Design Tensile Stress -- 3.10.2 Angle Members -- 3.10.3 Eccentric Connections -- 3.10.4 Threaded Rods and Anchor Bolts -- 3.10.5 Guys -- 3.11 Stitch Bolts -- 3.12 Axial Compression and Bending -- 3.13 Axial Tension and Bending -- 3.14 Beams -- 3.14.1 Properties of Sections -- 3.14.2 Design Tension -- 3.14.3 Laterally Supported Beams -- 3.14.4 I, Channel, and Cruciform Sections -- 3.14.5 Other Doubly Symmetric Open Sections -- 3.14.6 Singly Symmetric I and T Sections -- 3.14.7 Other Singly Symmetric Open Sections -- 3.14.8 Equal Leg Angles -- 3.15 Design Shear -- 3.15.1 Beam Webs -- 3.15.2 Angles
3.16 Redundant Members -- 3.17 Welded Angles -- 3.17.1 Compression Members -- 3.17.2 Tension Members -- 3.18 Test Verification -- 4.0 DESIGN OF CONNECTIONS -- 4.1 Introduction -- 4.2 General Requirements -- 4.3 Fasteners -- 4.3.1 Materials -- 4.3.2 Bolt Shear Capacity -- 4.3.3 Bolt Tension Capacity -- 4.3.4 Bolts Subject to Combined Shear and Tension -- 4.4 Design Bearing Stress -- 4.5 Minimum Distances -- 4.5.1 End Distance -- 4.5.2 Center-to-Center Bolt Hole Spacing -- 4.5.3 Edge Distance -- 4.6 Attachment Holes -- 4.7 Post Angle Member Splices -- 4.8 Test Verification -- 5.0 DETAILING AND FABRICATION -- 5.1 Detailing -- 5.1.1 Drawings -- 5.1.2 Approval of Shop Drawings -- 5.1.3 Connections -- 5.1.4 Bolt Spacing -- 5.1.5 Detail Failures During Testing -- 5.1.6 Material -- 5.1.7 Weathering Steel -- 5.1.8 Tension-Only Members -- 5.1.9 Shop Check Assembly -- 5.1.10 Other Considerations -- 5.2 Fabrication -- 5.2.1 Material -- 5.2.2 Specifications -- 5.2.3 Shop Operations -- 5.2.4 Piece Marks -- 5.2.5 Welding -- 5.2.6 Galvanizing -- 5.2.7 Shipping -- 6.0 TESTING -- 6.1 Introduction -- 6.2 Foundations -- 6.3 Material -- 6.4 Fabrication -- 6.5 Strain Measurements -- 6.6 Assembly and Erection -- 6.7 Test Loads -- 6.8 Load Application -- 6.9 Loading Procedure -- 6.10 Load Measurement -- 6.11 Deflections -- 6.12 Failures -- 6.13 Disposition of Prototype -- 6.14 Report -- 7.0 STRUCTURAL MEMBERS AND CONNECTIONS USED IN FOUNDATIONS -- 7.1 Introduction -- 7.2 General Considerations -- 7.2.1 Steel Grillages -- 7.2.2 Pressed Plates -- 7.2.3 Stub Angles in Concrete Piers -- 7.2.4 Anchor Bolts [See Fig. 7-1(e)] -- 7.3 Deterioration Considerations -- 7.4 Design of Stub Angles and Anchor Bolts -- 7.4.1 Stub Angles in Concrete -- 7.4.2 Anchor Bolts with Base Assembly in Contact with Concrete or Grout -- 7.4.3 Anchor Bolts with Base Plates on Leveling Nuts
7.5 Design Requirements for Concrete and Reinforcing Steel -- 7.5.1 Stub Angles -- 7.5.2 Smooth Bar Anchor Bolts -- 7.5.3 Deformed Bar Anchor Bolts -- 7.6 Shear Connectors -- 7.6.1 Stud Shear Connectors -- 7.6.2 Angle Shear Connectors -- 7.7 Test Verification -- 8.0 QUALITY ASSURANCE AND QUALITY CONTROL -- 8.1 Introduction -- 8.2 Quality Assurance -- 8.3 Quality Control -- COMMENTARY -- C2.0 LOADING, GEOMETRY, AND ANALYSIS -- C2.1 Introduction -- C2.2 Loads -- C2.3 Geometric Configurations -- C2.4 Methods of Analysis -- C3.0 DESIGN OF MEMBERS -- C3.1 Introduction -- C3.2 Material -- C3.3 Minimum Sizes -- C3.4 Slenderness Ratios -- C3.5 Properties of Sections -- C3.6 Design Compression -- C3.7 Compression Members: Angles -- C3.7.3 Determination of F[sub(a)] -- C3.7.4 Effective Lengths -- C3.8 Compression Members: Symmetrical Lipped Angles -- C3.9 Compression Members Not Covered in Sections 3.7 and 3.8 -- C3.9.2 Maximum w/t Ratio -- C3.9.3 Effective Widths of Elements in Compression -- C3.9.8 Nonsymmetric Cross Sections -- C3.10 Tension Members -- C3.10.5 Guys -- C3.12 Axial Compression and Bending -- C3.13 Axial Tension and Bending -- C3.14 Beams -- C3.14.4 I, Channel, and Cruciform Sections -- C3.14.6 Singly Symmetric I and T Sections -- C3.14.7 Other Singly Symmetric Open Sections -- C3.14.8 Equal Leg Angles -- C3.15 Design Shear -- C3.15.1 Beam Webs -- C3.16 Redundant Members -- C3.17 Welded Angles -- C4.0 DESIGN OF CONNECTIONS -- C4.1 Introduction -- C4.3 Fasteners -- C4.3.2 Bolt Shear Capacity -- C4.3.3 Bolt Tension Capacity -- C4.3.4 Bolts Subject to Combined Shear and Tension -- C4.4 Design Bearing Stress -- C4.5 Minimum Distances -- C4.5.1 End Distance -- C4.5.2 Center-to-Center Bolt Hole Spacing -- C4.5.3 Edge Distance -- C4.6 Attachment Holes -- C4.7 Post Angle Member Splices -- C5.0 DETAILING AND FABRICATION -- C5.2 Fabrication
C5.2.5 Welding -- C6.0 TESTING -- C6.1 Introduction -- C6.2 Foundations -- C6.2.1 General -- C6.2.2 Rigid Structures -- C6.2.3 Direct Embedded Structures -- C6.2.4 Components -- C6.3 Material -- C6.4 Fabrication -- C6.5 Strain Measurements -- C6.6 Assembly and Erection -- C6.8 Load Application -- C6.9 Loading Procedure -- C6.10 Load Measurement -- C6.11 Deflections -- C6.13 Disposition of Prototype -- C7.0 STRUCTURAL MEMBERS AND CONNECTIONS USED IN FOUNDATIONS -- C7.1 Introduction -- C7.2 General Considerations -- C7.2.2 Pressed Plates -- C7.3 Deterioration Considerations -- C7.5 Design Requirements for Concrete and Reinforcing Steel -- C7.6 Shear Connectors -- C7.6.1 Stud Shear Connectors -- C7.6.2 Angle Shear Connectors -- C8.0 QUALITY ASSURANCE AND QUALITY CONTROL -- C8.1 Introduction -- C8.2 Quality Assurance -- C8.3 Quality Control -- APPENDIX A: NOTATION -- APPENDIX B: EXAMPLES -- Example 1. Equal Leg Angle with Symmetrical Bracing -- Example 2. Effect of End Connections on Member Capacity -- Example 3. Concentric Loading, Two Angle Member -- Example 4. K-Bracing, Two Angle Member -- Example 5. Effect of Subdivided Panels and End Connections -- Example 6. Concentric Loading, Two Angle Member, Subdivided Panels -- Example 7. X-Brace Systems with No Intermediate Redundant Supports -- Example 8. X-Brace Systems with Intermediate Redundant Supports-Case 1 -- Example 9. X-Brace Systems with Intermediate Redundant Supports-Case 2 -- Example 10. Cold-Formed Angle -- Example 11. Cold-Formed Lipped Angle -- Example 12. M-Section as Column Member -- Example 13. Channel as Column -- Example 14. T-Section as Column -- Example 15. Schifflerized Angle with Symmetrical Bracing -- Example 16. Schifflerized Angle with Unsymmetrical Bracing -- Example 17. j-Value Determination -- APPENDIX C: GUIDELINES FOR EXISTING TOWERS -- C.1 Introduction
C.2 Slenderness Ratios -- C.3 Minimum Distances -- C.4 Bolt Shear Capacity -- C.5 Bearing Capacity of Bolts and Members -- C.6 Tested Towers -- C.7 Member Use Ratios -- C.8 Man-Load on Horizontal Members -- C.9 Minimum Support of Redundant Members -- C.10 Bars Used as Tension Hangers in Cross Arms -- C.11 ASTM Material Specifications Used in Older Towers -- C.12 Original Compression Formulas Used in Older Tower Designs -- REFERENCES -- INDEX -- A -- B -- C -- D -- E -- F -- G -- H -- J -- K -- L -- M -- N -- P -- Q -- R -- S -- T -- U -- W -- X
Standard ASCE/SEI 10-15 provides requirements for the design, fabrication, and full-scale testing of latticed steel electrical transmission structures
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鏈接 Print version: Staff, American Society of Civil Engineers Design of Latticed Steel Transmission Structures Reston : American Society of Civil Engineers,c2015 9780784413760
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