## Limit State Design of Steel Structures, 2e?Limit State Design of Steel Structures is a basic textbook in structural steel design for undergraduate students. The book covers the fundamental aspects of analysis and design, and also discusses practical requirements such as safety, feasibility, and economy of structural elements. It is hoped that the text would also serve as an introduction to postgraduate students. Practicing civil engineers and consultants who need a review of current practice and current IS specifications will also find it useful as a reference. |

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### Contents

Design | 1-4 |

Beams | 1-9 |

Selection | 1-22 |

Summary | 1-29 |

Conceptual Questions andAnswers | 1-30 |

MultipleChoice Questions 3 Plastic Analysis andDesign 3 1 Introduction | 2-3 |

Solved | 2-25 |

MultipleChoice Questions 15 Roof Trusses | 3-15 |

Simple ConnectionsRiveted Bolted and Pinned | 5 |

Summary | 35 |

Exercises | 38 |

Conceptual Questions and Answers Exercises | 8-3 |

Components BackToBack 8 15 Encased Column 8 16 Splices | 8-43 |

MultipleChoice Questions 11 Column Bases andCaps 11 1 Introduction | 11-2 |

Simple Welded Connection | 11-6 |

Conceptual Questions and Answers MultipleChoice Questions 7 Tension Members 7 1 Introduction | 11-7 |

Exercises | 3-103 |

Loads Actions | 5-2 |

Compression Members 8 1 Introduction | 5-8 |

Sections | 5-9 |

Load | 5-19 |

Theorems | 6-20 |

Summary | 6-39 |

Analysis of Welded Joints | 7-6 |

Limit State | 7-16 |

Solved | 4 |

Plates | 11-20 |

Plate Girder | 11-60 |

Examples | 11-97 |

Fundamentals | 1 |

Gantry Girders | 13 |

Members UnderCombined Axial Loadand | 13-10 |

Eccentric and Moment Connections 14 1 Introduction | 13-36 |

Metallurgy of Steel | 13-165 |

Glossary | xxi |

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