Plastic Analysis and Design of Steel Structures

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Therefore, the benefit of using plastic design is greater for structures with high degrees of statical indeterminacy. However, for determinate structures that require only one plastic hinge to induce a collapse, there is no difference between elastic and plastic design methods.

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Limit states design LSD , also termed load and resistance factor design LRFD in the United States, is based on realistic loading conditions and material properties as opposed to allowable stress design ASD , which is mainly based on prescribed loading and stress limits. While linear elastic analysis is performed using the linear load—displacement relationship, elastic bending theory is applied to ASD for stress calculation, whereas for LSD, plastic bending theory is used for moment capacity calculation of the section.

For steel structures, two major limit states need to be considered for general design: the ultimate limit state and the serviceability limit state.

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Principles of Stellar Interferometry. Browse book content. About the book. Search in this book. The plastic analysis method has been used extensively by engineers for designing steel structures. Simpler structures can be analyzed using the basic virtual work formulation, but more complex frames are evaluated with specialist computer software.

This new book sets out a method for carrying out plastic analysis of complex structures without the need for specialist tools. The book provides an introduction to the use of linear programming techniques for plastic analysis.