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تنزيل كتاب " TALL BUILDING DESIGN Steel, Concrete, and Composite Systems "

تنزيل كتاب "  TALL BUILDING DESIGN Steel, Concrete, and Composite Systems  "



  • موعدنا اليوم مع كتاب مميز جديد و هو " TALL BUILDING DESIGN Steel, Concrete, and Composite Systems " 
 

لغة الكتاب : الانجليزية English language



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  • حيث  أبهرت المباني الشاهقة البشر منذ بداية الحضارة .

  • تتميز المباني ذات الارتفاع الشاهق  بجاذبية فريدة من نوعها ، تعكس جواً من الرومانسية والغموض المرتبط بتصميمها.

  • إن العشق الذي تفرضه المباني فائقة الارتفاع يكمن في اظهار تحررها الواضح من الجاذبية .

  • فهي لا تقف هكذا فحسب و يبدو أنها تفعل ذلك بسهولة و لكنها تقاوم الجاذبية و كذلك القوة الموجهة جانبياً الناتجة عن هبوب الرياح وحركات الزلازل الأرضية.




  • معنا اليوم كتاباً متميزاً لتكامله الواضح و شموليته لتصميم الهياكل ذات الارتفاع الشاهق سواء كانت من الفولاذ أو الخرسانة المسلحة أو خليط ما بين قطاعات الفولاذ و الخرسانة المسلحة.

  • حيث يتم تناول هذا الموضوع وفق أحدث مواصفات التصميم للكود الأميريكي .
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Contents محتويات الكتاب 


Preface 
Acknowledgments
Special Acknowledgment 
Author




Chapter 1 Loads Building Structures Preview.

1.1 Dead Loads.
1.2 Live Loads.
1.3 Construction Loads.
1.4 Lateral Soil Load.
1.5 Snow, Rain, and Ice Loads.
1.6 Thermal and Settlement Loads .
1.7 Self-Straining Forces.
1.8 Dynamic Loads.
1.9 Abnormal Loads.
1.10 Classification Buildings, Risk Categories, and Importance Factors.




Chapter 2 Wind Loads Preview. 

Preview .
2.1 Description of Wind Forces.
2.2 Types of Wind Storms.
2.3 Wind/Building Interactions.
 Behavior of Tall Buildings Subjected to Wind 2.4
 2.5 Scope, Effectiveness, and Limitations of Building Codes
2.6 ASCE 7-10 Wind Load Provisions, Overview.

Chapter 3 Earthquake Effects on Buildings 

 Preview 
3.1 Inertial Forces and Acceleration.
3.2 Duration, Velocity, and Displacement.
3.3 Acceleration Amplification due to Soft Soil.
3.4 Natural Periods.
3.5 Building Resonance.
3.6 Site Response Spectrum.
3.7 Damping.
3.8 Ductility.
3.9 Earthquakes and Other Geologic Hazards urinqua.
3.10 Earthquake Measurements.
3.11 Determination of Local Earthquake Hazards.
3.12 Nonstructural Components.
3.13 Seismie Analysis Procedures.
3.14 System Selection.
3.15 Seismic Isues due to Configuration Irregularities.
3.16 Structural Dynamic.
3.17 Response Spectrum Method.
3.18 Seismic Design Considerations.
3.19 Lessons from Past Earthquakes.
3.20 Seismic Design Wrap-Up.
3.21 Dynamic Analysis, Theory.
3.22 Anatomy of Computer Response Spectrum Analyses.




Chapter 4 Wind Load Analysis of Buildings.

Preview.
4.1 Major Causes of Wind Forces.
4.2 Building Codes Addressing Wind Loads and Floods.
4.3 Basic Wind Engineering Concepts.
4.4 Organization of ASCE 7-10 for Wind Load Calculations.
4.5 General Requirements of Wind Load Calculations.
4.6 Wind Velocity Pressure.
4.7 Directional Procedure (Chapter 27, ASCE 7-10).
4.8 Envelope Procedure (Chapter 28, ASCE 7-10). 4.9 Other Structures and Building Appurtenances (Chapter 29, ASCE 7-10).
4.10 Components and Cladding (Chapter 30, ASCE 7-10).
4.11 Significant Changes in ASCE 7-10 as Compared to ASCE 7-05.
4.12 Solved Examples
4.13 Wind Tunnel Procedure.
4.14 Human Response to Wind-Induced Building Motions.
4.15 Building Periods.
4.16 Pedestrian Wind Studies.


Chapter 5 Seismic Design with Particular Reference to ASCE 7-10 Seismic Provisions

Preview.
5.1  ASCE 7-10, Chapter 11, Seismic Design Criteria.
5.2  ASCE 7-10, Chapter 12, Seismic Design Requirements for Building Structures.




Chapter 6 Performance-Based Design.

Preview. 
6.1 Definitions of Performance-Based Design.
6.2 Prescriptive Approach to Codes.
6.3 Performance-Based Approach.
6.4 Expected Components Improving Performance to Reduce Seismic Risk .
6.5 Design and Performance Issues Relating to Commercial Office Buildings.
6.6 Current Specifications for Performance-Based Seismic Design.
6.7 Closing Comments


Chapter 7 Preliminary Calculations to Ensure Validity of Computer Analysis.

Preview.
7.1 Characterizing Structural Behavio.
7.2 Advantages and Disadvantages of Indeterminate Structures.
7.3 Preliminary Design: Concrete.
7.4 Estimation of Preliminary Wind Loads, ASCE 7-10.
7.5 Preliminary Seismic Base Shear, V, as a Percent of Building's Seismic Weight,W.
7.6 Differential Shortening of Steel Columns. 
7.7 Guidance for Preparing Conceptual Estimates. 7.8 Concept of Premium for Height.




Chapter 8 Seismic Evaluation and Rehabilitation of Existing Buildings.

Preview .
8.1 Code-Sponsored Design.
8.2 Alternate Design Philosophy.
8.3 Seismic Rehabilitation of Existing Buildings: ASCE/SEI Standard 41-06.
8.4 Common Deficiencies and Upgrade Methods: Concrete Building.
8.5 Concluding Remarks.
8.6 Seismic Strengthening Details.


Chapter 9 Special Topics.

Preview .
9.1 Serviceability Considerations. 
9.2 Damping Devices for Reducing Motion Perception.
9.3 Seismic Isolation.
9.4 Passive Energy Dissipation.
9.5 Blast-Resistant Design.
9.6 Failures and Distresses.
9.7 Buckling of Building under Its Own Weight.
9.8 Foundations.
9.9 Evolution of High-Rise Architecture.
9.10 Post-Tension Strengthening of Existing Structures.
9.11 Reinforced Concrete Special Moment Frames.



Chapter 10 Torsion.

Preview.
10.1 Concept of Warping Behavior.
10.2 Sectorial Coordinate.
10.3 Shear Center.
10.4 Evaluation of Product Integrals.
10.5 Principal Sectorial Coordinate Diagram.
10.6 Calculation of Sectorial Properties: Worked Example.
10.7 General Theory of Warping Torsion.
10.8 Torsion Analysis of Shear Wall Building: Worked Example.
10.9 Warping Torsion Constants for Open Sections.
10.10 Stiffness Method Using Warping-Column Model


Chapter 11 Scismic Design: A Pictorial Review.

Preview.
11.1 Figures and Tables Explaining the Fundamentals of Seismic Design.




Chapter 12 Steel Buildings: Bolted and Welded Connections, Gravity, and Lateral Load-Resisting Systems and Details.

Preview.
12.1 General Considerations for Welds.
12.2 Methods of Welding Inspection.
12.3 Field Tolerances.
12.4 Brittle Fracture.
12.5 ASTM Specifications for Structural Shapes, Plates and Bars, and Fasteners
12.6 Thermal Effects on Structural Steel.
12.7 Bolted Connections.
12.8 Bearing versus Slip-Critical Connections.
12.9 Bolts Subjected to Shear and Tension.

Chapter 13 Composite Buildings: Structural System and Details.

Preview.
13.1 Composite Steel Deck. Parking Garages.
13.2 Specifications for Steel Deck: Overview.
13.3 ANSI/SDI (C1.0 Standard for Composite Floor Deck): A Brief Review
13.4 Composite Beams.
13.5 Composite Joists and Trusses.
13.6 Other Types of Composite Floor Construction 13.7 Continuous Composite Beams .
13.8 Nonprismatic Composite Beams and Girders.
13.9 Moment-Connected Composite Haunch Girders.
13.10 Composite Columns.
13.11 Design Tables and Details.


Bibliography. 
Index.

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