CIVIL 6th sem Structural Design & Drawing – II (Steel) Syllabus RGTU/RGPV CE 605 Structural Design & Drawing – II (Steel) Syllabus

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CE-605 Structural Design & Drawing – II (Steel) Syllabus
 RGTU/RGPV Structural Design & Drawing – II (Steel) SYLLABUS
CIVIL Engineering CE 6th Semester Syllabus

Branch: Civil Engineering-VI Semester
Course: CE605 Structural Design & Drawing – II (Steel)

Unit - I
Various loads and mechanism of the load transfer, partial load factors, structural properties of steel, Design of structural connections -Bolted, Rivetted and Welded connections.

Unit - II
Design of compression members, Tension members, Roof Trusses - Angular & Tubular, Lattice Girders.

Unit-III
Design of simple beams, Built-up beams, Plate girders and gantry girders.

Unit - IV
Effective length of columns, Design of columns-simple and compound, Lacings & battens. Design of footings for steel structures, Grillage foundation.

Unit - V
Design of Industrial building frames, multistory frames, Bracings for high rise structures, Design of transmission towers.

NOTE: - All the designs for strength and serviceability should strictly be as per the latest version of IS:800.

Structural Design & Drawing – II (Steel)  Reference Books :-

i) Design of steel structures by Arya & Azmani Nemchand & Bros, Roorkee
ii) Design of steel structures by P.Dayaratnam
iii) Design of steel structures Vol. I & II by Ramchandra
iv) Design of steel structures by L.S. Negi
v) Design of steel structures by Ramammutham
iv) Design of steel structures by Punmia

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