Multi-Storey Steel Buildings is one of two design guidelines. Design guidelines second Single-Storey Steel Buildings. Two design guidelines have been produced within the framework of the European project "Creating conditions for market development for the department in the industrial hall and low-rise buildings (SECHALO) RFS2 targets-CT-2008-0030 ".
The structural design of steelwork is based on BS 5950 in the UK and
countries following this code. The title of this code is given below:
BS 5950 Structural use of steelwork in building.
This section has been compiled to help designers in the UK and USA to
appreciate the principal differences and similarities of applying Eurocode 3:
Part 1.1 (EC3) (originally European standard ENV 1993-1-1).
The load resistance in the process of building the steel frame is provided by a combination of long-term work supplemented by temporary assistance when needed. The resistance of permanent structures such as the development progresses. In a self-supporting structure is completed when the resistance of the user job completion.
BS 449 was first issued in 1932 and was revised in December 1935, July 1937,
July 1948 and May 1959. It was reset and reprinted in February 1965
incorporating amendments Nos. 1 to 5 and reprinted in October 1967
incorporating amendments Nos. 6 and 7.
When a programme of Codes of Practice for Buildings was drawn up in 1942
under the aegis of the Ministry of Works, a Code of Practice for the structural use
of steel in buildings was included in a series for all types of building construction:
this was later (1948) issued as CP 113....
At the instigation of the Iron and Steel Federation, the late Bernard Godfrey began
work in 1952 on the ﬁrst edition of the Steel Designers’ Manual.As principal author
he worked on the manuscript almost continuously for a period of two years. On
many Friday evenings he would meet with his co-authors, Charles Gray, Lewis Kent
and W.E. Mitchell to review progress and resolve outstanding technical problems.
A remarkable book emerged.
There is now a Fielders DHS (Dimond Hi-Span) Steel Section for your project no matter how big
or small. The superior range of gauges and sizes provide you with greater flexibility in your
design as well as a more efficient result. The Fielders DHS is set to change the standards of the
Australian building industry.
The preparation of this British Standard was entrusted by the Civil Engineering and Building Structures Standards Committee (CSB/-) to Technical Committee CSB/31, upon which the following bodies were represented: Association of Building Component Manufacturers Ltd. Brick Development Association British Precast Concrete Federation Ltd.
The preparation of this British Standard was entrusted by Technical Committee B/525, Building and civil engineering structures, to Subcommittee B/525/4, upon which the following bodies were represented: Association of Consulting Engineers British Cement Association British Constructional Steelwork Association Ltd. British Masonry Society Building Employers Confederation Department of the Environment (Building Research Establishment) Department of the Environment (Construction Directorate)