Technical Guidance Note (Level 2, No. 17): Simple connections in steel frames

Author: C. O'Regan (AECOM)

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3rd September 2018

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Technical Guidance Note (Level 2, No. 17): Simple connections in steel frames

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Technical Guidance Note (Level 2, No. 17): Simple connections in steel frames
Date published

3rd September 2018

First published

3rd September 2018

Author

C. O'Regan (AECOM)

Price

Standard: £9 + VAT
Members/Subscribers: Free

Buy Now

This Technical Guidance Note aims to clarify the term 'simple connection' by explaining its use when designing connections within steel frames. Additionally, guidance is offered on different types of simple connection and the design checks that need to be carried out.

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Format:
PDF
Pages:
4
Publisher:
The Institution of Structural Engineers

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