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Steel building design: Design data - Universal Column resistances in S460M steel (P404)

This new publication presents design data for Universal Column sections in S460 steel, derived in accordance with BS EN 1993-1-1 and its National Annex. The publication was developed to facilitate the design of columns in simple construction, providing compression and bending resistances in look-up format.
SKU: P404
£30.00

This new publication presents design data for Universal Column sections in S460 steel, derived in accordance with BS EN 1993-1-1 and its National Annex. The publication was developed to facilitate the design of columns in simple construction, providing compression and bending resistances in look-up format.

Information provided in this publication includes;

• Resistance tables, for flexural buckling under axial compression and lateral torsional buckling.

• Comments on the use of S460

• Four worked examples of columns in simple construction including internal columns, edge columns and corner columns.

This new guidance is a supplement to Steel Building Design: Design Data (P363), more commonly known as the ‘Blue Book’ which contains extensive explanatory notes on the derivation of section properties and member resistances; only information specific to the use of S460 steel is given in this new publication.

Products specifications
Dimensions A4
Binding Paperback
Edition Year 2014
Author D G Brown
Euro Code EC3
Publisher SCI and ArcelorMittal Europe
SCI Publication Ref P404
ISBN number 978-1-85942-219-9
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