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Steel buildings are used for a variety of purposes including storage, work spaces and living accommodation. They are classified into specific types depending on how they are used. Components Building portions that are shop assembled prior to shipment to site are commonly referenced as prefabricated. The smaller steel buildings tend to be prefabricated or simple enough to be constructed by anyone. Prefabrication offers the benefits of being less costly than traditional methods and is more environmentally friendly since no waste is produced on-site. The larger steel buildings require skilled construction workers, such as ironworkers, to ensure proper and safe assembly. There are five main types of structural components that make up a steel frame — tension members, compression members, bending members, combined force members and their connections. Tension members are usually found as web and chord members in trusses and open web steel joists. Ideally tension members carry tensile forces, or pulling forces, only and its end connections are assumed to be pinned. Pin connections prevent any moment rotation or shear forces from being applied to the member. Compression members are also considered as columns, struts, or posts. They are vertical members or web and chord members in trusses and joists that are in compression or being squished. Bending members are also known as beams, girders, joists, spandrels, purlins, lintels, and girts. Each of these members have their own structural application, but typically bending members will carry bending moments and shear forces as primary loads and axial forces and torsion as secondary loads. Combined force members are commonly known as beam-columns and are subjected to bending and axial compression.

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The thirty papers two in French presented in the book are the record of a symposium held in September in London; the authors represent five nations--U. The contributions cover the whole range of photo-electronic images with the exception of solid state devices , and include image tube research programs, image converters, image intensifiers, field emission, the channeled image intensifiers, uses in nuclear physics and television-camera tubes, signal-to-noise ratio, an isophote converter, and X-ray devices.

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Volume l covers matrix games, programruing and mathematical economics, while Vol. High grade machining is done to make the pin and pin hole surface smooth and frictionless. Pins are provided in the following cases: 1.

Tie rod connections water tanks and elevated bins 2. As diagonal bracing connections in beams and columns 3.

Truss bridge girders 5. To make a pin connection, one end of the bar is forged like a fork and a hole is drilled in this portion.

The end of the other bar to be connected is also forged and an eye is made. A hole is drilled into it in such a way that it matches with the hole on the fork end bar.

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The eye bar is inserted in the jaws of the fork end and a pin is placed. Both the forged ends are made octagonal for a good grip.

The pin in the joint is secured by means of a cotter pin or screw, as shown in Fig. Therefore, they are not of much importance, whereas the others require due consideration. Shear stresses are generated because the plates slip due to applied forces.

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Shear failure of plates Fig. Few persons are require to make the connections, thus cost is reduced.

Noise nuisance is not there as these bolts are tightened with wrenches. The hazard of fire is not there and there is no danger of tossing of the bolt.

Alterations can be done easily. For some strength, lesser number of bolts are required as compared to rivets which brings overall economy. Principles of high strength bolts The shank of the high strength bolts does not fully fill the hole. So shear and bearing are not the criteria for load transmission as is in the case of rivets, which fill the hole completely.

The nut is tightened to develop a clamping force on the plates which is indicated as the tensile force T in the Bolt. When a shear load is applied to the joint no slip will occur until the shear load exceeds the frictional resistance between the elements jointed.

When shear load exceeds the frictional resistance a slip occurs. On further increase of this load, the gradual slipping brings the bolt in contact with the plate edges.

The horizontal frictional forces F, is induced in the joints which is equal to the tensile force T, as in Fig. When the element surfaces are free from paint, dust, etc.

Pins are manufactured from mild steel bars with diameters ranging from 9 to mm.

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