The American Iron and Steel Institute (AISI) has published the Cold-Formed Steel Design Manual, Edition, which is to be used in conjunction with AISI. The American Iron and Steel Institute (AISI) Committee on Framing Standards has address requirements for construction with cold-formed steel structural policy as shown in the Wood Frame Construction Manual (AFPA. Reference to AISI S, North American Cold-Formed Steel Framing with the edition of the AISI Cold-Formed Steel Design Manual.
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History[ edit ] The utilization of cold-shaped steel individuals in structure development started during the s in both the US and Incredible England. During the s, acknowledgment of cold-framed steel as a development material was as yet restricted in light of the fact that there was no sufficient structure standard and constrained data on material use in construction regulations. One of the principal reported employments of cold-framed steel as a structure material is the Virginia Baptist Hospital, built around in Lynchburg, Virginia. The dividers were burden bearing stone work, yet the floor framework was encircled with backtrack to-back chilly shaped steel lipped channels. As indicated by Hurl Greene, P. Greene designed an ongoing redesign to the structure and said that generally, the joists are as yet performing great. A site perception during this remodel affirmed that "these joists from the 'thundering twenties' are as yet supporting burdens, more than 80 years after the fact!
That Specification, now more than 20 years old, is being replaced by a new one, which will be, in general, an adaption of the current AISI one. In the near future both codes will be aligned also in designations and terminology.
BS EN Eurocode 3. Design of steel structures. General rules. The hot moved steel shapes are framed at raised temperatures while the chilly shaped steel shapes are shaped at room temperature.
Cold-framed steel auxiliary individuals are shapes regularly fabricated from steel plate, sheet metal or strip material. The assembling procedure includes framing the material by either press-braking or cold move framing to accomplish the ideal shape.
At the point when steel is framed by press-braking or cold moved shaping, there is an adjustment in the mechanical properties of the material by uprightness of the virus working of the metal. At the point when a steel segment is cold-shaped from level sheet or strip the yield quality, and to a lesser degree a definitive quality, are expanded because of this virus working, especially in the curves of the area.
A portion of the fundamental properties of virus shaped steel are as follows: Gentility in weight Simplicity of construction and large scale manufacturing Quick and simple erection and establishment Considerable end of postponements because of climate Progressively precise itemizing Non contracting and non crawling at surrounding temperatures No formwork required.
Maybe, given the nomenclature, I could get my hands on something similar to the AISC shapes excel database.
When I input 10x2. Although building manufacturers use a similar nomenclature for their Z-shapes, Z-shapes used in metal buildings are not standardized; the dimensions of similar sections vary from manufacturer to manufacturer, such as the flange stiffener length and angle.
The nomenclature is not a MBMA convention. The best source of information would be from the building manufacturer. You may find the attached article helpful on your project.
The article contains information on reinforcing metal buildings, and includes information on material strengths. We hope you find the information helpful. Design of steel structures — General rules — Supplementary rules for cold-formed members and sheeting; German version prEN 2: Execution of steel structures and aluminium structures — Technical requirements for the execution of steel structures; German version EN Cold-rolled steel sections — Technical delivery conditions — Dimensional and cross-sectional tolerances; German version.
United Kingdom Eurocode for cold-formed steel in the UK.
BS EN Eurocode 3. Design of steel structures. General rules.
Australia Specification: Greg Hancock Building Code: In building construction there are basically two types of structural steel: The hot rolled steel shapes are formed at elevated temperatures while the cold-formed steel shapes are formed at room temperature. Cold-formed steel structural members are shapes commonly manufactured from steel plate, sheet metal or strip material.
The manufacturing process involves forming the material by either press-braking or cold roll forming to achieve the desired shape. When steel is formed by press-braking or cold rolled forming, there is a change in the mechanical properties of the material by virtue of the cold working of the metal. When a steel section is cold-formed from flat sheet or strip the yield strength, and to a lesser extent the ultimate strength, are increased as a result of this cold working, particularly in the bends of the section.
Some of the main properties of cold formed steel are as follows: A broad classification of the cold-formed shapes used in the construction industry can be made as individual structural framing members or panels and decks. A main property of steel, which is used to describe its behavior, is the stress—strain graph.
The stress—strain graphs of cold-formed steel sheet mainly fall into two categories. They are sharp yielding and gradual yielding type illustrated below in Fig. These two stress—strain curves are typical for cold-formed steel sheet during tension test. The second graph is the representation of the steel sheet that has undergone the cold-reducing hard rolling during manufacturing process, therefore it does not exhibit a yield point with a yield plateau.
The initial slope of the curve may be lowered as a result of the prework. Unlike Fig.
For this type of steel, the yield point is defined by the level at which the stress—strain curve becomes horizontal. Cold forming has the effect of increasing the yield strength of steel, the increase being the consequence of cold working well into the strain-hardening range. This increase is in the zones where the material is deformed by bending or working.
The yield stress value of cold-formed steel is usually between 33ksi and 80ksi. The measured values of Modulus of Elasticity based on the standard methods usually range from 29, to 30, ksi to GPa.
The ultimate tensile strength of steel sheets in the sections has little direct relationship to the design of those members. The load-carrying capacities of cold-formed steel flexural and compression members are usually limited by yield point or buckling stresses that are less than the yield point of steel, particularly for those compression elements having relatively large flat-width ratios and for compression members having relatively large slenderness ratios.
The exceptions are bolted and welded connections, the strength of which depends not only on the yield point but also on the ultimate tensile strength of the material. Studies indicate that the effects of cold work on formed steel members depend largely upon the spread between the tensile and the yield strength of the virgin material.
The ductility criteria and performance of low-ductility steels for cold-formed members and connections have been studied by Dhalla , Winter , and Errera at Cornell University. It was found that the ductility measurement in a standard tension test includes local ductility and uniform ductility. Local ductility is designated as the localized elongation at the eventual fracture zone. Uniform ductility is the ability of a tension coupon to undergo sizeable plastic deformations along its entire length prior to necking.
This study also revealed that for the different ductility steels investigated, the elongation in 2-in. In order to be able to redistribute the stresses in the plastic range to avoid premature brittle fracture and to achieve full net-section strength in a tension member with stress concentrations, it is suggested that:.
Weldability refers to the capacity of steel to be welded into a satisfactory, crack free, sound joint under fabrication conditions without difficulty.
Cold-formed steel framing CFSF refers specifically to members in light-frame building construction that are made entirely of sheet steel, formed to various shapes at ambient temperatures. The building elements that are most often framed with cold-formed steel are floors, roofs, and walls, although other building elements and both structural and decorative assemblies may be steel framed. Although cold-formed steel is used for several products in building construction, framing products are different in that they are typically used for wall studs, floor joists, rafters, and truss members.
Examples of cold-formed steel that would not be considered framing includes metal roofing, roof and floor deck, composite deck, metal siding, and purlins and girts on metal buildings. Similar configurations are used for both floor joist and rafter assemblies, but in a horizontal application for floors, and a horizontal or sloped application for roof framing. Additional elements of the framing system include fasteners and connectors, braces and bracing, clips and connectors.
In North America, member types have been divided into five major categories, and product nomenclature is based on those categories.
In high-rise commercial and multi-family residential construction, CFSF is typically used for interior partitions and support of exterior walls and cladding. In many mid-rise and low-rise applications, the entire structural system can be framed with CFSF. Connectors are used in cold-formed steel construction to attach members i.
Since an assembly is only as strong as its weakest component, it is important to engineer each connection so that it meets specified performance requirements. There are two main connection types, Fixed and Movement-Allowing Slip. Fixed connections of framing members do not allow movement of the connected parts.
They can be found in axial-load bearing walls, curtain walls, trusses, roofs, and floors.
Movement-Allowing connections are designed to allow deflection of the primary structure in the vertical direction due to live load, or in the horizontal direction due to wind or seismic loads, or both vertical and horizontal directions.
One application for a vertical movement-allowing connection is to isolate non-axial load bearing walls drywall from the vertical live load of the structure and to prevent damage to finishes. A common clip for this application is an L-shaped top-of-wall clip for walls that are infill between floors. These clips have slots perpendicular to the bend in the clip. Another common clip is the bypass clip for walls that bypass outside the edge of the floor structure.