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PDF Version: Brittle Fracture: Selection of Steel Sub-Grade to BS EN 1993-1-10 (P419)

PDF Version: This PDF guide explains how an approach based on fracture mechanics, which is a method permitted in BS EN 1993-1-10, may be used to determine the required steel sub-grade.
£45.00

Brittle Fracture: Selection of Steel Sub-Grade to BS EN 1993-1-10 (P419)

This guide explains how an approach based on fracture mechanics, which is a method permitted in BS EN 1993-1-10, may be used to determine the required steel sub-grade.
£45.00

Thermal bridging in steel construction (P410)

This publication provides an introduction to thermal bridging, an explanation of the consequences of thermal bridging and describes how these effects are considered and quantified in the UK Building Regulations.
£40.00

Durability of Light Steel Framing in Residential Building. Second Edition (P262)

The Second Edition of this publication updates and extends the durability data and design life predictions for galvanized light steel framing presented in the First Edition. (Published 2009)
£40.00

Protection of Buildings Against Explosions (P244)

This publication provides guidance on the protection of commercial property and personnel from the effects of explosions caused by the detonation of high explosives.
£45.00

Determining the buckling resistance of steel and composite bridge structures. ED008

This document provides an overview of the means to determine the buckling resistance of steel plate girders in composite bridges, both during construction (the bare steel stage) and in service (when the deck slab acts as the top flange). Available as a free downloadable PDF only.
£0.00

Thermal bridging in light steel framing and modular construction (P411)

This publication provides an introduction to thermal bridging, an explanation of the consequences of thermal bridging and describes how these effects are considered and quantified in the UK Building Regulations.
£40.00

Light Steel Construction - Information Pack (LSF001)

This hard copy pack includes a series of 18 information sheets and leaflets on the use of Light Steel in Construction. The advantages of using Light Steel include; speed of construction, cost effectiveness, safety and high quality.
£25.00

Steel Bridge Group: Model project specification for the execution of steelwork in bridges - without commentary (P382)

This document (supplied within a ZIP archive) is a file in Word format that is an extract from publication P382. It is provided for use in compiling contract documentation for the construction of steel bridge structures in the UK. Available as a free PDF from www.steelbiz.org
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Value benefits of light steel construction (P409)

Light steel construction is used extensively in the UK in a wide range of building applications. The precise nature of the value benefits of light steel construction will depend on the application and project specifics. However, there are generally three over-riding value benefits associated with light steel construction; speed, light-weight and quality. These lead to supplementary advantages, such as early completions, fewer snags and minimal re-work. P409 Available as a free PDF download.
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Light steel load-bearing walls (P408)

Light steel load-bearing walls are used in light steel framing and modular construction. The light steel walls are fully load-bearing because they support floor loads, loads from walls above and resist lateral wind loads. They generally include bracing to provide lateral stability to the building. Light steel loadbearing walls use vertical C sections (studs) of typically 100 mm depth. Both internal and external walls may be designed as load-bearing. P408 Available as a free PDF download.
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BIM and 3D modelling in light steel construction (P407)

In Building Information Modelling (BIM), a virtual model of a building is created digitally, and is shared with the parties in design, construction, management and operation. The BIM models contain precise geometry and data needed to support the construction, manufacture and procurement activities through which the building is realised. BIM is readily utilised with light steel framing because 3D models are commonly used in design and digital information is used for production of the individual components used in light steel framing systems. Available as a Free PDF download.
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