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AS/NZS 1664.1:1997

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Aluminium structures, Part 1: Limit state design

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Specifies requirements for the design of aluminium building type structural load-carrying members and elements using the limit state design criteria (LSD).
Published: 05/09/1997
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Table of contents
Cited references
Content history
Table of contents
Header
About this publication
Preface
1 General
1.1 Scope
1.2 Materials
1.3 Factored limit state stresses
1.4 Referenced documents
2 Design procedure
2.1 Properties of sections
2.2 Procedure
2.3 Loading
2.4 Load combinations and load factors
2.5 Earthquake
3 General design rules
3.1 Introduction
3.2 Nomenclature
3.3 Tables relating to mechanical properties and buckling constants
3.4 Factored limit state stresses
3.4.1 General
3.4.2 Tension, axial, net section
3.4.3 Tension in extreme fibres of beams—structural shapes bent about strong axis, rectangular tubes
3.4.4 Tension in extreme fibres of beams—round or oval tubes
3.4.5 Tension in extreme fibres of beams—shapes bent about weak axis, rectangular bars, solid round bars and plates
3.4.6 Bearing on rivets and bolts
3.4.7 Bearing on flat surfaces and pins and on bolts in slotted holes
3.4.8 Compression in columns, axial, gross section
3.4.8.1 General
3.4.8.2 Sections not subject to torsional or torsional-flexural buckling
3.4.8.3 Doubly or singly symmetric sections subject to torsional or torsional-flexural buckling
3.4.8.4 Nonsymmetric sections subject to torsional or torsional-flexural bucking
3.4.9 Uniform compression in components of columns—buckling axis
3.4.9.1 Uniform compression in components of columns whose buckling axis is an axis of symmetry—flat plates supported along one edge
3.4.9.2 Uniform compression in components of columns whose buckling axis is not an axis of symmetry—flat plates supported along one edge
3.4.10 Uniform compression in components of columns, gross section—flat plates
3.4.10.1 Uniform compression in components of columns, gross section—flat plates with both edges supported
3.4.10.2 Uniform compression in components of columns—flat plates with one edge supported and other edge with stiffener
3.4.10.3 Uniform compression in components of columns—flat plates with both edges supported and with an intermediate stiffener
3.4.11 Uniform compression in components of columns, gross section—curved plates supported on both edges, walls of round or oval tubes
3.4.12 Compression in beams, extreme fibre, gross section—single web beams bent about strong axis
3.4.13 Compression in beams, extreme fibre, gross section—round or oval tubes
3.4.14 Compression in beams, extreme fibre, gross section—solid rectangular and round section beams
3.4.15 Compression in beams, extreme fibre, gross section—rectangular tubes, box sections and beams having sections containing tubular portions
3.4.16 Compression in components of beams (component under uniform compression), gross section—flat plates supported along one edge
3.4.17 Compression in components of beams (component under uniform compression), gross section—flat plates with both edges supported
3.4.18 Uniform compression in components of beams—curved plates with both edges supported
3.4.19 Uniform compression in components of beams—flat plates with one edge supported and other edge with stiffener
3.4.20 Uniform compression in components of beams—flat plates with both edges supported and with an intermediate stiffener
3.4.21 Compression in components of beams (component under bending in own plane), gross section—flat plates with compression edge free, tension edge supported
3.4.22 Compression in components of beams (component under bending in own plane), gross section—flat plates with both edges supported
3.4.23 Compression in components of beams (component under bending in own plane), gross section—flat plates with horizontal stiffener, both edges supported
3.4.24 Shear in webs—unstiffened flat webs
3.4.25 Shear in webs—stiffened flat webs
4 Special design rules
4.1 Combined axial load and bending
4.1.1 Combined compression and bending
4.1.2 Combined tension and bending
4.2 Torsion and shear in tubes
4.3 Torsion and bending in open shapes
4.4 Combined shear, compression and bending
4.5 Horizontal stiffeners for webs
4.6 Vertical stiffeners for shear webs
4.7 Effects of local buckling on member performance
4.7.1 Local buckling stresses
4.7.2 Weighted average limit state compressive stress
4.7.2.1 Compression members
4.7.2.2 Beams
4.7.3 Weighted average limit state tensile stress
4.7.4 Effect of local buckling on column strength
4.7.5 Effect of local buckling on beam strength
4.7.6 Effective width for calculation of bending deflection
4.7.7 Web crippling of flat webs
4.7.8 Combined web crippling and bending for flat webs
4.8 Fatigue
4.8.1 General
4.8.2 Constant amplitude loading
4.8.3 Variable amplitude loading
4.9 Compression in single web beams and beams having sections containing tubular portions
4.9.1 General
4.9.2 Doubly symmetric sections and sections symmetric about the bending axis
4.9.3 Singly symmetric sections unsymmetric about the bending axis
4.9.4 Singly symmetric sections symmetric or unsymmetric about the bending axis, doubly symmetric sections and sections without an axis of symmetry
4.9.5 Lateral buckling coefficients
4.9.5.1 General
4.9.5.2 Doubly symmetric sections
4.9.5.3 Singly symmetric sections
4.9.5.4 Special cases—doubly or singly symmetric sections
4.9.5.5 Cantilever beams
4.10 Compression in elastically supported flanges
5 Mechanical connections
5.1 Bolted and riveted connections
5.1.1 General
5.1.2 Factored limit state loads
5.1.2.1 General
5.1.2.2 Factored limit state tension loads
5.1.2.3 Factored limit state shear loads
5.1.2.4 Factored limit state bearing loads
5.1.3 Effective diameter
5.1.4 Shear area
5.1.5 Bearing area
5.1.6 Arrangements and strength of connections
5.1.7 Net section
5.1.8 Effective sections of angles
5.1.9 Grip of rivets, screws and bolts
5.1.10 Spacing of rivets, screws and bolts
5.1.11 Spacing of stitch rivets, screws and bolts in webs
5.1.12 Edge distance of rivets, screws or bolts
5.1.13 Blind rivets
5.1.14 Hollow-end (semi-tubular) rivets
5.1.15 Steel rivets
5.1.16 Lockbolts
5.1.17 Steel bolts
5.2 Metal stitching staples
5.3 Self tapping screw connections
5.3.1 Notation
5.3.2 Shear
5.3.2.1 General
5.3.2.2 Connection shear
5.3.2.3 Shear in screws
5.3.3 Tension
5.3.3.1 General
5.3.3.2 Pull-out
5.3.3.3 Pull-over
5.3.3.4 Tension in screws
6 Fabrication
6.1 Laying out
6.2 Cutting
6.3 Heating
6.4 Punching, drilling and reaming
6.5 Riveting
6.5.1 Driven head
6.5.2 Hole filling
6.5.3 Defective rivets
6.6 Painting
6.6.1 General
6.6.2 Contact with dissimilar materials
6.6.3 Over-all painting
6.7 Cleaning and treatment of metal surfaces
7 Welded construction
7.1 Limit state stresses for welded members
7.2 Filler wire
7.3 Members with longitudinal welds
7.4 Members with transverse welds
7.5 Welding fabrication
8 Testing
8.1 Scope and general
8.1.1 General
8.1.2 Scope of section
8.2 Definitions
8.3 Test requirements
8.4 Tests for determining material properties
8.5 Proof testing
8.5.1 Application
8.5.2 Test load
8.5.3 Criteria for acceptance
8.6 Prototype testing
8.6.1 Test specimen
8.6.2 Test load
8.6.3 Criteria for acceptance
8.6.4 Acceptance of production specimens
8.7 Reporting of test results
Cited references in this standard
[Superseded]
Aluminium and aluminium alloys — Drawn tubes
[Superseded]
Welding of aluminium structures
[Superseded]
Aluminium and aluminium alloys — Flat sheet, coiled sheet and plate
[Superseded]
Aluminium and aluminium alloys — Drawn wire, rod, bar and strip
[Superseded]
Aluminium and aluminium alloys — Extruded rod, bar, solid and hollow shapes
Content history
[Superseded]
AS/NZS 1664.1:1997 REC:2020
DR 96164