By Nick Trahair, Mark A Bradford
The behaviour of metal constructions and the factors utilized in their layout are set out intimately during this publication. The publication bridges the space among the tools of study and the sizing of structural parts. the root of the restrict country layout standards of the newest Australian code for structural metal are defined, and the reader is pointed to the appropriate provisions of the code.
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2 of AS4100) are based on the recommendations of the ECCS Code  for constant amplitude stress cycles. 5) in which is the number of cycles of a particular stress range and nim the constant amplitude fatigue life for that stress range. 5 by using the curves marked αs=5 in Fig. 10. Designing against fatigue involves a consideration of joint arrangement as well as of permissible stress. Joints should generally be so arranged as to minimize stress concentrations and produce as smooth a ‘stress flow’ through the joint as is practicable.
This book is concerned with the structural behaviour of steel structures, and the relationships between their behaviour and the methods of proportioning them, particularly in relation to the structural requirements of the Australian Steel Structures Code AS4100 . Detailed discussions of the overall design process are therefore beyond the scope of this book, but further information is given in [10, 13] on the definition of the design problem, the invention of solutions and their evaluation, and in [14–17] on the execution of design.
1). Structural steel members may be one-dimensional as for beams and columns (whose lengths are much greater than their transverse dimensions), or two-dimensional as for plates (whose lengths and widths are much greater than their thicknesses), as shown in Fig. 2c. While one-dimensional steel members may be solid, they are usually thin-walled, in that their thicknesses are much less than their other transverse dimensions. Thin-walled steel members are rolled in a number of cross-sectional shapes  or are built up by connecting together a number of rolled sections or plates, as shown in Fig.
Behaviour and Design of Steel Structures to AS4100 [Australian] by Nick Trahair, Mark A Bradford