##### Design of Steel Structure

- Degrees of Freedom and Indeterminacy
- Statically Indeterminate Structures—Direct Stiffness Method
- Member Stiffness Matrix
- Coordinates Transformation
- Displacement Transformation
- Assembly of Structure Stiffness Matrix
- Calculation of Member Forces
- Treatment of Internal Loads
- Treatment of Pins
- Temperature Effects
- Temperature Gradient
- Elastic and Plastic Behavior of Steel
- Moment–Curvature Relationship in an Elastic–Plastic Range
- Elastic–Plastic Behavior
- Fully Plastic Section
- Plastic Hinge
- Comparison of Linear Elastic and Plastic Designs
- Limit States Design
- Overview of Design Codes for Plastic Design
- General Elastoplastic Analysis of Structures
- Reduced Plastic Moment Capacity Due to Force Interaction
- Shear Force
- Concept of Yield Surface
- Yield Surface and Plastic Flow Rule
- Derivation of General Elastoplastic Stiffness Matrices
- Stiffness Matrix and Elastoplastic Analysis
- Use of Computers for Elastoplastic Analysis
- Effect of Force Interaction on Plastic Collapse
- Distributed Loads in Elastoplastic Analysis
- Theorems of Plasticity
- Introduction to Steel Structures

- Continuous Beams and Frames
- Application to Portal Frames
- Calculation of Member Forces at Collapse
- Introduction of Limit Analysis by Linear Programming
- Limit Analysis Theorems as Constrained
- General Description of the Discrete Plane Frame Problem
- A Simple MATLAB Implementation for Static Limit Analysis
- A Note on Optimal Plastic Design of Frames
- Plastic Rotation Capacity
- Plastic Rotation Demand
- Effect of Settlement
- Modified End Actions Due to Settlements
- Effect of High Temperature
- Critical Temperature Evaluation in Elastoplastic Analysis
- Second-Order Effects
- Serviceability Limit State Requirements
- Ultimate Limit State Requirements
- Introduction to Metallurgy of steel
- Strengthening structural steels
- Inclusions and alloying elements in steel
- Mechanical properties of steel
- The manufacturing of steel structures
- Corrosion
- Corrosion protection to steel structure elements
- Steel structures subjected to fire
- Fatigue of steel structures
- Introduction to Limit State Design
- Bolted connections
- Bolts and bolting
- Shear connections with bearing type bolts
- Shear connection with HSFG bolts
- Tension connections with bearing and HSFG bolts
- Welding and welded connections
- Types of joints and welds
- Design of welds
- Analysis of bolt groups
- Analysis of weld group
- Beam and column splices
- Design strength due to yielding of gross section
- Design strength due to rupture of critical section

- Angles under tension
- Design of tension members
- Elastic buckling of an ideal column or struct with pinned end
- Strength of compression members in practice
- The concepts of effective lengths
- Types of column sections
- Limit state design of beams
- Laterally supported beam
- Resistance to shear buckling
- Shear buckling design methods
- Design of beams and plate girders with solid webs
- Stiffener design
- Concept of limit state design of beam columns
- Design of members subjected to combined forces
- Design of member subjected to combined bending and axial force
- Determination of size of plate
- Design of Base Plate for Thickness
- Base plate with Shear and Anchor bolts
- Design class
- Ultimate limit states
- Tubular members
- Hydrostatic pressure
- Tubular members subjected to combined loads with hydrostatic pressure
- Strength requirements without external hydrostatic pressure
- Strength requirements with external hydrostatic pressure
- Design against unstable fracture
- Fatigue limit states
- Reassessment of structures
- Damaged and corroded members
- Cracked members and joints
- Repaired and strengthened members and joints
- Design principles of ship collisions
- Steel material selection and requirements for non-destructive testing
- Plates and cylindrical shells with dents and permanent deflections
- ULTIMATE LIMIT STATES,DUCTILITY
- Hoop buckling

- Tubular joints
- Resistance curves and transformation factors for beams
- Modelling of damaged members
- Piled foundation
- Documentation requirements for the "design basis" and "design brief"
- Basis of design
- Structural classification and material selection
- Environmental actions (EA)
- Structural response
- Analysis models
- Calculation of wave induced actions
- Ultimate limit states (uls)
- Turret and turret area/moon pool
- Fatigue limit states (FLS)
- Design actions and calculation of stress ranges
- Calculation of fatigue damage
- Compartmentation and stability
- Mass modelling
- Frequency domain analysis
- Categories of bolted connections
- Design resistance of individual fasteners
- Injection bolts
- Slip-resistant connections using 8.8 or 10.9 bolts
- Deductions for fastener holes
- Connections made with pins
- Welded connections
- Design resistance of a fillet weld
- Design resistance of butt welds
- Global analysis
- Classification of joints
- Structural properties
- Basic components of a joint
- Resistance to shear forces
- Resistance to bending moments
- Individual bolt-rows, bolt-groups and groups of bolt-rows
- Resistance of basic components
- Column flange in tranverse bending
- End-plate in bending
- Introduction of Moment resistance of beam-to-column joints and splices
- Beam-to-column joints with bolted end-plate connections

- Introduction of Resistance of column bases
- Basic model
- End-plate connections with two or more bolt-rows in tension
- Scope of Hollow section joints
- Design of Hollow section joints
- Welded joints between CHS members
- Welded joints between CHS or RHS brace members and RHS chord members
- Welded joints between CHS or RHS brace members and I or H section chords
- Use of Computers for Elastoplastic Analysis
- Effect of Force Interaction on Plastic Collapse
- Distributed Loads in Elastoplastic Analysis
- THE FUNCTION OF FOOTINGS AND FOUNDATIONS
- SOILS
- FROST
- BASEMENTS, CRAWLSPACES,AND SLAB-ON-GRADE CONSTRUCTION
- FOOTING AND FOUNDATION TYPES
- SPECIAL FOUNDATIONS