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Konstrukcje Stalowe w Europie

work carried out with a financial grant from the Research Fund for Coal and Steel of the European Community

 

Zaprezentowany "Przewodnik Projektanta" zawiera serię tematycznych dokumentów technicznych mających na celu ułatwienie zastosowania EUROKODÓW przy projektowaniu obiektów ze stali.

Przewodniki te mogą być wykorzystane przez  producentów  konstrukcji stalowych oraz biura projektowe a kilka z nich, opisujących zalety użycia stali, znajdzie również zainteresowanie wśród architektów.

Przewodniki te są ogromnym źródłem wiedzy dla projektantów stosujących EUROKODY.

Przewodniki te opisują dwa typy obiektów:

1. Wielokondygnacyjne konstrukcje stalowe (MSB)

  • Part 1: Poradnik architekta
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  • Part 2: Projekt koncepcyjny
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  • Part 3: Oddziaływania
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  • Part 4: Projekt wykonawczy
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  • Part 5: Projektowanie połączeń
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  • Part 6: Inżynieria pożarowa
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  • Part 7: Wzorcowa specyfikacja konstrukcji
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  • Part 8: Opis kalkulatora do obliczania nośności elementów konstrukcyjnych -> (Excel file)
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  • Part 9: Opis kalkulatora do obliczania nośności połączeń prostych  -> (Excel file)
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  • Part 10 :Wskazówki dla twórców oprogramowania do projektowania belek zespolonych
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  • All Parts (ZIP file) 
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2. Jednokondygnacyjne konstrukcje stalowe (SSB)

  • Part 1: Poradnik architekta
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  • Part 2: Projekt koncepcyjny
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  • Part 3: Oddziaływania
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  • Part 4: Projekt wykonawczy ram portalowych
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  • Part 5: Projekt wykonawczy kratownic
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  • Part 6: Projekt wykonawczy słupów złożonych
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  • Part 7: Inżynieria pożarowa
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  • Part 8: Przegrody zewnętrzne budynku
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  • Part 9: Wprowadzenie do oprogramowania komputerowego
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  • Part 10: Wzorcowa specyfikacja konstrukcji
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  • Part 11: Połączenia zginane
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  • All Parts (ZIP file)
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Design guide BATIRSUR

The French law "Risque" No. 2003-699 of 30 July 2003 on prevention of technological and natural risks and repairing damage has created a new approach of control of the urban development around hazard installations: the Risk Preventions Plans Technology (PPRT). Their goal is to limit the risk exposure of population. To do this, the PPRTs Regulation can establish among others- constructive action on the frame, in the form of regulations or recommendations.

Recent studies (application of technical specifications supplement the effects of overpressure, 2008) showed the potential vulnerability of steel buildings of industrial use, built according to  classic engineering construction rules and respecting the DTU Snow and wind, and situated in the area of a hazard technological overpressure (even low-intensity 20-50 mbar).

Improving the protection of persons located inside such buildings involves therefore determining specific constructive provisions for future construction. Moreover, they must take into account concerns technical and economic and be conceived with an efficiency / cost ratio efficient than enables not, most of the time, a design taking into account only the level of overpressure and performed according to standard techniques consultants. To respond to this dual problem this guide has been imagined as part of the research project BATIRSUR.

The project, with experimental and theoretical components, has allowed to develop, validate and apply precise calculation tools taking into account the influence of various parameters of steel buildings for industrial use (in the structures of elements) and the load (at the level of the signal applying pressure on the structure).

The BATIRSUR design guide is intended for construction professionals, contractors and project managers. It offers design rules associated with constructive recommendations for the realization of new single storey steel buildings meeting the PPTRs performance targets for overpressure zone 20-50 mbar.

The guide provides a modular methodology based on simplified calculation tools that enable engineers to quickly and easily assess the risk of failure of the steel structure against the pressure hazard. With easy design and an optimized design, it meets the economic requirements of professionals.

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Eurobuild in Steel

This European research project was concerned with identifying the factors which will influence the next generation of building design and in developing opportunities for steel-intensive products and systems.

Three market sectors were studied:

  • commercial buildings,
  • industrial buildings,
  • residential buildings,

which are different in character and in potential market share for steel. The work has been carried out in the participating countries in order to identify differences in market perception and opportunities across Europe. A set of documents were elaborated in order to help steel customers with their design. Furthermore a database with relevant info was created.

Further information in the official site www.eurobuild-in-steel.com

Guidance for Architecs, Designers & Constructors manuals have also been developed in following languagues:

Commercial Buildings
Industrial Buildings
Residential Buildings

 

 

Market survey within Europe on Standardised Solutions for Steel in Low-rise Buildings

The present report resumes the results of the market survey done by the authors during the years 2001 to 2004. The scope of the survey has been defined thanks to main keywords "low-rise buildings" and "standardised steel solutions". This work identifies, as far as possible, the existing available solutions within the European market.

Final report, Conan Y., Cajot L.g.; December 2003, PRF report 136/04.