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050  4 TA653.A38 2012 
082 0  624.1821 
100 1  Surovek, Andrea Eden 
245 10 Advanced Analysis in Steel Frame Design :|bGuidelines for 
       Direct Second-Order Inelastic Analysis 
264  1 Reston :|bAmerican Society of Civil Engineers,|c2011 
264  4 |c©2011 
300    1 online resource (58 pages) 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
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505 0  Cover -- Contents -- PART 1: Introduction -- 1.1 What is 
       Advanced Analysis? -- 1.2 Motivation and Scope -- 1.3 
       Basic Requirements for the Guidelines -- 1.4 Limitations 
       of the Guidelines -- PART 2: Design Rules -- 2.1 Analysis 
       Requirements -- 2.1.1 Rigor of analysis required -- 2.1.2 
       Acceptable analysis approaches -- 2.2 Modeling -- 2.2.1 
       Inelasticity -- 2.2.2 Geometric imperfections -- 2.2.3 
       Beam-to-column connections -- 2.3 Limit States -- 2.4 
       Resistance Factors -- 2.5 Serviceability -- 2.5.1 
       Appropriate load levels -- 2.5.2 Limits on inelasticity 
       and plastic rotation -- 2.6 Live Load Reduction -- PART 3:
       Background and Commentary -- 3.1 Background on Analysis 
       Methods -- 3.1.1 Distributed plasticity methods -- 3.1.2 
       Refined plastic hinge methods -- 3.2 Background on 
       Inelasticity -- 3.2.1 Inelasticity in distributed 
       plasticity models -- 3.2.2 Inelasticity in concentrated 
       plasticity (plastic hinge) models -- 3.3 Background on 
       Imperfections -- 3.4 Background on Connection Modeling -- 
       3.5 Background on AISC Limit States -- 3.6 Background on 
       Resistance Factors -- 3.7 Background on Serviceability -- 
       3.8 Background on Live Load Reduction -- PART 4: 
       Benchmarks -- 4.1 Benchmark Columns -- 4.2 Benchmark 
       Frames: Nominal -- 4.2.1 Maleck Industrial Frame -- 4.2.2 
       Vogel Frame -- 4.3 Benchmark Frames: Factored -- 4.3.1 
       Ziemian Frame -- 4.3.2 Martinez-Garcia Moment Frame -- 
       4.3.3 Martinez-Garcia Braced Frame -- INDEX 
520    This report presents formal guidelines for the use of 
       second-order inelastic analysis in the design and 
       assessment of steel framing systems 
588    Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other
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590    Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest 
       Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access 
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650  0 Elastic analysis (Engineering);Steel framing (Building) --
       Design and construction.;Structural design 
655  4 Electronic books 
700 1  Staff, American Society of Civil Engineers 
700 1  Staff, Structural Engineering Institute 
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       in Steel Frame Design : Guidelines for Direct Second-Order
       Inelastic Analysis|dReston : American Society of Civil 
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