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Aluminium structures, Part 2: Allowable stress design — Commentary (Supplement 1 to AS/NZS 1664.2:1997)

Provides additional information on allowable stress design of aluminium structures, in relation to AS/NZS 1664.2:1997.
Published: 05/09/1997
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Table of contents
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Table of contents
Header
About this publication
PREFACE
C1 GENERAL
C1.1 SCOPE
C1.2 MATERIALS
C1.3 SAFETY FACTORS
C1.4 REFERENCED DOCUMENTS
C2 DESIGN PROCEDURE
C2.2 PROCEDURE
C2.3 LOADING
C3 GENERAL DESIGN RULES
C3.4 ALLOWABLE STRESSES
C3.4.2 Tension, axial, net section
C3.4.3 Tension in extreme fibres of beams—structural shapes bent about strong axis, rectangular tubes
C3.4.4 Tension in extreme fibres of beams—round or oval tubes
C3.4.5 Tension in extreme fibres of beams—shapes bent about weak axis, rectangular bars, solid round bars and plates
C3.4.6 Bearing on rivets and bolts
C3.4.7 Bearing on flat surfaces and pins and on bolts in slotted holes
C3.4.8 Compression in columns, axial, gross section
C3.4.8.1 General
C3.4.8.3 Doubly or singly symmetric sections subject to torsional or torsional-flexural buckling
C3.4.8.4 Nonsymmetric sections subject to torsional or torsional-flexural buckling
C3.4.9 Uniform compression in components of columns—buckling axis
C3.4.9.1 Uniform compression in components of columns whose buckling axis is an axis of symmetry—flat plates supported along one edge
C3.4.9.2 Uniform compression in components of columns whose buckling axis is not an axis of symmetry-flat plates supported along one edge
C3.4.10 Uniform compression in components of columns, gross section—flat plates
C3.4.10.1 Uniform compression in components of columns, gross section—flat plates with both edges supported
C3.4.10.2 Uniform compression in components of columns—flat plates with one edge supported and other edge with stiffener
C3.4.10.3 Uniform compression in components of columns—flat plates with both edges supported and with an intermediate stiffener
C3.4.11 Uniform compression in components of columns, gross section—curved plates supported on both edges, walls of round or oval tubes
C3.4.12 Compression in beams, extreme fibre, gross section—single web beams bent about strong axis
C3.4.13 Compression in beams, extreme fibre, gross section—round or oval tubes
C3.4.14 Compression in beams, extreme fibre, gross section—solid rectangular and round section beams
C3.4.15 Compression in beams, extreme fibre, gross section—rectangular tubes, box sections and beams having sections containing tubular portions
C3.4.16 Compression in components of beams (component under uniform compression), gross section—flat plates supported along one edge
C3.4.17 Compression in components of beams (component under uniform compression)—flat plates with both edges supported
C3.4.18 Compression in components of beams—curved plates with both edges supported
C3.4.19 Uniform compression in components of beams—flat plates with one edge supported and other edge with stiffener
C3.4.20 Uniform compression in components of beams—flat plates with both edges supported and with an intermediate stiffener
C3.4.21 Compression in components of beams (component under bending in own plane), gross section—flat plates with compression edge free, tension edge supported
C3.4.22 Compression in components of beams (component under bending in own plane), gross section—flat plate with both edges supported
C3.4.23 Compression in components of beams (component under bending in own plane), gross section—flat plates with horizontal stiffener, both edges supported
C3.4.24 Shear in webs—unstiffened flat webs
C3.4.25 Shear in webs—stiffened flat webs
C4 SPECIAL DESIGN RULES
C4.1 COMBINED COMPRESSION AND BENDING
C4.1.1 Combined tension and bending
C4.2 TORSION AND SHEAR IN TUBES
C4.4 COMBINED SHEAR, COMPRESSION AND BENDING
C4.5 HORIZONTAL STIFFENERS FOR WEBS
C4.6 VERTICAL STIFFENERS FOR SHEAR WEBS
C4.7 EFFECTS OF LOCAL BUCKLING ON MEMBER PERFORMANCE
C4.7.1 Local buckling stresses
C4.7.2 Weighted average allowable compressive stress
C4.7.3 Weighted average allowable tensile stress
C4.7.4 Effect of local buckling on column strength
C4.7.5 Effect of local buckling on beam strength
C4.7.6 Effective width for calculation of bending deflection
C4.7.7 Web crippling of flat webs
C4.7.8 Combined web crippling and bending for flat webs
C4.8 FATIGUE
C4.8.1 General
C4.8.2 Constant amplitude loading
C4.8.3 Variable amplitude loading
C4.9 COMPRESSION IN SINGLE WEB BEAMS AND BEAMS HAVING SECTIONS CONTAINING TUBULAR PORTIONS
C4.9.1 General
C4.9.2 Doubly symmetric sections and sections symmetric about the bending axis
C4.9.3 Singly symmetric sections unsymmetric about the bending axis
C4.9.4 Singly symmetric sections symmetric or unsymmetric about the bending axis, doubly symmetric sections and sections without an axis of symmetry
C4.10 COMPRESSION IN ELASTICALLY SUPPORTED FLANGES
C5 MECHANICAL CONNECTIONS
INTRODUCTION
C5.1 BOLTED AND RIVETED CONNECTIONS
C5.1.1 General
C5.1.2 Allowable loads
C5.1.7 Net section
C5.2 METAL STITCHING STAPLES
C5.3 SELF TAPPING SCREW CONNECTIONS
C5.3.1 Notation
C5.3.2 Shear
C5.3.2.1 General
C5.3.2.2 Connection shear
C5.3.3.3 Pull-over
C6 FABRICATION
INTRODUCTION
C6.6 PAINTING
C6.6.1 General
C7 WELDED CONSTRUCTION
INTRODUCTION
C7.1 ALLOWABLE STRESSES FOR WELDED MEMBERS
C7.2 FILLER WIRE
C7.3 MEMBERS WITH LONGITUDINAL WELDS
C7.4 MEMBERS WITH TRANSVERSE WELDS
C8 TESTING
C8.2 TEST REQUIREMENTS
C8.4 PROCEDURE
REFERENCES
Cited references in this standard
Content history
AS/NZS 1664.2 SUPP 1:1997 REC:2020
AS/NZS 1664.2:1997 REC:2020