Continuing Education

Designing Built-Up Flexural Members [E3]

Built-up flexural members are made by combining shapes and plates so that they work together as a single flexural member. We'll delve into the overall provisions for built-up beams, including all applicable limit states. We will also explore built-up cross-sections such as box and I-shaped beams formed from channels, double angles that form T-shaped sections, and crane rail girders formed with channels as a cap to an I-shape. Examples in both ASD and LRFD will be presented for a variety of built-up sections.
  • Date: 4/21/2020 - 4/24/2020
  • PDH Credits: 0


Lou Geschwindner

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