New PDF release: Steel Design for the Civil PE and Structural SE Exams
By Frederick S. Roland PE SECB RA CFEI CFII
Steel layout for the Civil PE and Structural SE Exams presents a complete evaluation of the major parts of structural metal layout and research. It provides and illustrates the appliance of the main appropriate suggestions and equations from the codes and layout criteria followed to be used within the nationwide Civil PE and Structural SE licensing exams.
Critical Feature: facet via aspect LRFD and ASD options exhibit the place the 2 tools are an identical and the place they fluctuate. this implies you won’t need to research various answer tools and spend time beyond regulation attempting to make certain the place they differ.
Prepare to go Any metal query in your Exam
- More than 50 examples and 35 perform problems
- Detailed suggestions reference the appropriate criteria and particular metal handbook sections, equations, or desk numbers
- A thorough index and easy-to-use lists of tables, figures, and nomenclature
- Nomenclature and terminology fits the metal Manual
Exam themes Covered
- Bolted Connections
- Combined pressure Members
- Composite metal Members
- Design and research Methods
- Flanges and Webs
- Loads and cargo Combinations
- Plate Girders
- Practice Problems
- Steel Beam Design
- Steel Column Design
- Structural Steel
- Tension Member Design
- Welded Connections
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Steel Design for the Civil PE and Structural SE Exams by Frederick S. Roland PE SECB RA CFEI CFII