Design Guide 7: Pinned base plate connections for columns - BUNDLE - hardcopy and ebook
Author: T.J. Hogan
Publisher: Australian Steel Institute
ASI Number: 0
Number of pages: 76
Design Guide 7 provides a recommended design model for pinned base plates for both open and closed column sections subject to compression and tension actions and completes the revision of Structural Steel Connections, 4th edition, 1994 (often referred to as the 'Green Book’). It also supplements Simple Connections, Part 1 of the existing ASI Connections series Parts 1 and 2, which, in addition to fully revising the Green Book, also contain connection design capacity tables.
The recommended design model for the pinned base plate connection is intended to give a realistic estimate of connection design capacity. Considerable effort has been invested in researching and developing the simple, yet satisfactory design model which can be justified on the basis of the available research and current design practice. The recommended design models draw extensively on the American Institute of Steel Construction (AISC) Steel Design Guide 1 Base plate and anchor rod design and Steel Construction Vol.36 No.2 by Ranzi and Kneen.
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