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This Second Edition of Structural Steel Detailing is intended primarily as a text book for use in training structural draftsman in high schools, vocational and. Structural detailing in steel: A comparative study of British, European and American codes download this book in print Design detailing of major steel components. American Institute of Steel Construction, - Structural drawing - pages. 0 Reviews. From inside the book QR code for Structural Steel Detailing.
These courses incorporate face to face workshop sessions, video modules, and practical assignments. Public training dates are arranged based on the number of delegates interested in a particular course. If you have 8 or more delegates interested in a particular training course, an onsite course can be held at your premises on a date suitable to you.
Download our course catalog here. In addition to our training courses, we host business breakfasts, networking cocktail events, golf days and of course our annual Steel Awards gala events. While all events are open to the public, special discounted rates are enjoyed by our members.
Advocacy and Lobbying The SAISC voices the concerns of all of its members when lobbying government, policymakers and industry stakeholders As a neutral party with members in all functions and levels within the Southern African steel construction industry, the SAISC strives to achieve its goal of a sustainable, healthy and wealthy industry for all players. This is sometimes a challenge as well as a delicate balancing act, as members are likely to have opposing views and objectives.
We endeavor to facilitate opportunities for members to engage in an open, respectful and robust discussion where the end goal is for the industry as a whole to survive and thrive. Strategically close to the Square Kilometre Array Telescope [SKA], its initial intake of students is expected to grow to 7 within its first 10 years.
Designworkshop was successful in a two-stage architectural competition towards conceptualising and delivering a Student Resource Centre as the functional and physical centrepiece of University life, including library, teaching, study, and social space. The key question we explored was what this emerging typology could optimally be and enable in the South African reality of a globally integrated world.
Ancient images of knowledge-sharing are of people gathered around elders, thought- leaders and gurus, in Public Space. Depending on where and when, this could be by the side of a river, under a tree, in a public square or on a street-side. This is learning and knowledge generation in a social setting.
When information was recorded in writing, the emblematic image of learning is often the quiet study table surrounded by books. This is the dissemination of accumulated knowledge, most commonly recorded outside of the direct experience and as a more linear and one-directional transmission abstract from specific cultural settings. It is at the same time a tree, the side of a river, a public square, and a street.
The Library scales this heritage up into a 22cm thick freestanding concrete shell rising up to 36m high and lifted off the ground to reveal a single hollowed-out volume ascending upward to its highest point overlooking University Square.
In a single material, concrete is structure, enclosure, climatic attenuator, flexible use-enabler, extended tradition, and noble experience.
In everyday university life, the building is a refuge, a 24 hour winter lounge and summer verandah. In a world of scarce resources, it is highly energy efficient, allowing in the right amount of natural light with significantly mitigated heat-gain or loss, the internal temperature further moderated by hot and cold water pipes embedded into concrete floors.
The structural steelwork related engineering consists of the following aspects : 1. An external continuous concrete envelope that encapsulates the whole building, that is primarily free-standing. Ranging to heights of between 12m and 30m above ground level and only mm thick. This concrete envelope is raised 2,4 m off the ground level with eccentric steel stilt supports.
The two lift structures comprise a structural steel frame, independent of the lateral stability. The building frame does not obtain its lateral stability from a conventional uninterrupted RC shear wall system or lift core structures, but rather through a combination of: a.
Internal steel staircases hanging from roof beams via hot-rolled steel elements. Structural Steel Sub-frame to Curtain Wall. Additional information about the use of steel in the building Although the primary mass of the building consists of a concrete shell, it was always envisaged that this would need to be supported by steel to allow the mass to float lightly and enable visual connectivity from the ground floor to the campus on all four sides.
Throughout the structural design of the building, steel was used to contrast against the heaviness of the concrete shell and enable almost impossible transfer of structural loads and bracing across the void between the floor plates and the shell to the ground. The attached images show these drak painted steel props, columns and A-frame braces. Likewise the eccentric load of the external concrete stairs are hung from the external envelope and structure behind with very light steel elements.
Internally the vertical circulation located in the void consists of steel suspended staircases and steel framed lift shafts with steel mesh cladding. The design of the connections between the concrete and steel were complex and highly detailed to ensure the bonding of the concrete to the steel cast-in items.
To maximise the feeling of lightness the steel sizes had to be limited and the detailing and implementation of the welds was therefore very critical. There was a great level of co-ordination between the steel and the concrete during the construction of the building. It was a highly collaborative process between the professional team and the contractors to enable optimum resolution of technical aspects as well as implementational challenges.
In turn the contractor had a strong relationship with the steel manufacturer and installer, with whom they had previously worked. All contracts were undertaken under the NEC suite. Expanded mesh was also used to clad large [5,4m high] bespoke steel framed acoustic in-filled sliding doors to provide flexible arrangements around the in-formal auditorium as well as smaller scaled privacy and acoustic screens in the flexible study areas. New Pedestrian Bridge at Erasmusrand on National Route 1 Initially, the arch, being primarily a compression member, was envisaged to consist of precast concrete elements.
The excessive weight associated with a concrete arch made transport and erection unfeasible and thereby a lighter steel solution was adopted. Sishen Modular Plant Expansion Project Steel is utilised as it fits well into the modular design approach from the perspective of time-saving and transportability. Cummins Johannesburg Relocation Program Waterfall Behind all the curved sweeping lines is a steel structure made up of large span girder trusses supporting trusses in the opposite direction.
Com Air Simulator 3 Building The flexibility of steel was the only answer to the curved structure of the building. Wisium SA Pty Ltd - Relocation and extension of Mixing Plant in Brits Industrial In the difficult financial climate that we as South Africans find ourselves, this is a brilliant example of how steel can innovatively be used to assist the growth of a company while keeping the costs much lower than expected.
Made up of Heavy hot rolled sections.
Village Square Durbanville Structural steel girders and trusses were used to support roof sheeting. BBI Packers Hoedspruit The large spans and spaces require the implementation of a metal clad steel structure. Runway Business Park The warehouse and the various office components being approximately 37 m2 were envisaged to be done in steel and sheeting Otto Volek The warehouses being approximately 26 m2 in total, was envisaged to be done in steel with sheeting as it was designed around the possibility of future racking and stacking heights Peech Hotel the planted steel mesh of the wrap-around balconies was an important element in the kit of parts we used to craft the articulated facades of an urban village.
LP8 Mini Warehouses Waterfall Technically, we wanted to achieve all this by using the simplest of construction details at a modest budget and easy to duplicate.
One of their multiple production facilities is located in Groot Drakenstein in the Western Cape and it is here that two new buildings, the New Product Development Facility NPD and the Laboratory, have been constructed to replace existing facilities that have been outgrown.
While each facility is housed in a separate building, they have been designed together so as to create a cohesive pair of new buildings that contribute positively to the existing fabric of various sized industrial buildings. Ultimately their design has formed part of a bigger scale project whereby the infrastructure, services and other existing facilities on the site have been upgraded, as part of a coherent master plan.
The Laboratory building includes a highly specialised laboratory with associated services and a small staff component including an office and meeting room.
Concept Both buildings were conceived as steel sheds, appropriate to the somewhat rural context of Groot Drakenstein, and in congruence with the existing buildings and nature of activity across the site. The Groot Drakenstein mountains to the west serve as a spectacular backdrop to the buildings and this inspired the divergence from a standard portal frame shed typology to an asymmetric shed form resulting in the building profiles subtly emulating the rise and fall of the mountains beyond.
This was achieved structurally through a series of different height portal frames running the length of each building that ultimately generated sloping eaves along the long elevations and horizontal eaves along the short elevations.
Furthermore, the play of roof lines was enhanced by arranging the two building forms at ninety degrees to one another. Also important in the design of each building was to create interiors that were user friendly and functionally efficient with a high level of finishes, notwithstanding their shed-like external appearance.
Presents the business, technical and professional values and practices of the detailing industry. Provides an authoritative reference by defining terms, concepts and principles that have been adopted by the detailing industry.
Outlines the rights and responsibilities of the steel detailing firm with respect to the client and the construction team. Provides model documents and illustrations useful in establishing business and technical practices.
Subjects and Objectives This practical and useful document is divided into seven chapters with the following general subjects and objectives: Chapter 1: Introduction and Commentary Provides background and a history of the steel detailing industry and the NISD. Chapter 2: Overview of the Steel Detailing Industry Identifies and defines the role of the Steel Detailing firm in the construction project. Chapter 3: Practice and Principles of agreements to provide Steel Detailing services Presents the business, technical and professional values and practices of the steel detailing industry.
Outlines the rights and responsibilities of the Steel Detailing firm with respect to the client and the construction team. Chapter 4: Business Operations; Framework for Providing Service Provides an authoritative reference source, that defines terms, concepts and principles of business operations that have been adopted by the detailing industry.
Chapter 5: Managing Steel Detailing Projects Text supporting the sample documentation for a model management system that is tailored to steel detailing projects.
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