Metal Structures 2
NOA019 course is part of 3 study plans
Ing. full-t. program NPC-SIS compulsory Winter Semester 1st year 5 credits
Ing. full-t. program NPA-SIS compulsory Winter Semester 1st year 5 credits
Ing. combi. program NKC-SIS compulsory Winter Semester 1st year 5 credits
Current trends in development of metal structures. Rules of structural design of multi-storey buildings. Spatial rigidity, bracing and reinforcing systems. Floor and platform bearing systems. Multi-storey building columns, footing and column anchorage. Large-span roofing. Spatial trusses. Structural design of truss plates and grid systems. Production and assembly of metal structures. Reinforcing, reconstructing and rebuilding problems of steel framed buildings. Design of metal structures based on experimental results. Tests realization and interpretation. Catastrophic events and their reflecting in design concepts of structural systems.
Student will learn and master basic principles and design procedures of the actual load bearing systems according to the standardized European documents.
Partial problems include the questions of structural design of multi-storey buildings, large-span roofing and spatial structural truss systems. Further the problems of design of metal structures based on the examples of the realized experiments will be presented in the frame of the subject teaching. Also the questions of catastrophic events and their reflecting in design concepts of structural systems are included into the subject content.
In general, the subject content will be focused to the questions of reliability and efficiency of the load bearing structures.
Members and connections of metal structures, metal structures.
Numerical methods, computer aided design.
Planned educational activities and teaching methods
The teaching is realized through the lectures, practical classes and self-study assignments. Attendance at lectures is optional, attendance at classes is compulsory.
Forms and criteria of assessment
For the classes credit: attendance at classes, submission of the requested individual design project of multistory steel structural building. For the subject exam: course credit, successful demonstration of knowledge at exam.
The objective of the subject is to introduce students to the problems of this course and excercize in acquired knowledge and skills.
Specification of controlled instruction, the form of instruction, and the form of compensation of the absences
Vymezení kontrolované výuky a způsob jejího provádění stanoví každoročně aktualizovaná vyhláška garanta předmětu.
2 hours/week, 13 weeks, elective
Syllabus of lectures
1. Current trends in development of metal structures (development of structural systems, materials and their combinations, technologies).
2. Development and perspective of using multi-storey building.
3. Structural system of multi-storey buildings with steel and steel-concrete bearing construction.
4. Spatial rigidity, brace and reinforcement systems.
5. Floor and platform bearing systems. Using of castellated beams and design.
6. Steel-concrete floor construction.
7. Multi-storey building columns, footing and column anchorage.
8. Large-span roofing. Spatial trusses.
9. Structural design of truss plates and grid systems.
10. Fabrication and assembly of metal structures.
11. Reinforcing, reconstructing and rebuilding problems of steel framed buildings.
12. Design of metal structures based on experimental results. Tests realization and interpretation.
13. Catastrophic events and their reflecting in design concepts of structural systems.
2 hours/week, 13 weeks, compulsory
Syllabus of practice
1. Individual assignments of the design of the metal multistory building.
2. Disposition arrangement and loading.
3. Roofing construction.
4. Floor structural system.
5. Columns of multistory building.
6. Footing and anchorage systems of columns.
7. Space rigidity of the building system, bracings.
8.–13. Elaboration of detailing and drawing documentation.