Course detail

Load-Bearing Structures 3

FAST-AO001Acad. year: 2018/2019

Space design and loading actions of constructions with metal structure.
Design of hall structures: Roof structures (roof cladding, purlins, roof main girders, roof bracings). Primary and secondary system of load-bearing structure. Design of columns, fastening of columns. Space rigidity of hall system. Claddings.
Design and structural principles of multi-storey buildings: Space rigidity, bracings. Floor structures. Columns, column bases, fastening of columns.
Long-span roof systems (spatial structural systems, suspended and cable-stayed structures: Basic principles of structural design.
Production and errection, reconstruction and regeneration of steel structures.
Masonry structures and their types. Masonry properties. Design principles according limit states.
Structural design of masonry buildings and principles of their static design. Reinforced masonry, advanced masonry structures.
Basic tapes of prefabricated concrete structures, their static behaviour and structural design.
Selected concrete structures - retaining walls, subterraneous walls.
Prestressed concrete structures - basis of prestressed concrete, advantages, types.

Department

Institute of Metal and Timber Structures (KDK)

Learning outcomes of the course unit

Bases of the composition, static solution and structural detailing of steel load-carrying structure of hall constructions. Principles of the composition and structural detailing of multi-storey buildings. Principles of composition and structural detailing of load-carrying systems for long-span roof structures. Principles of the production, manufacture and erection of steel structures. Basic types of reconstructions and strengthening of steel structural systems. Basic principles of static solution and structural detailing of masonry structures. Selected types of concrete structures. Basic principles of the behaviour of prestressed concrete structures.

Prerequisites

Basis of structural mechanics, basic knowledge of the design of members of concrete, metal and timber structures.

Co-requisites

Extension of the knowledge of structural mechanics and elasticity with respect to their practical utilization in the static design and structural detailing of metal, concrete and masonry structural members.

Recommended optional programme components

Not applicable.

Recommended or required reading

Not applicable.

Planned learning activities and teaching methods

The course is taught through lectures, practical classes and self-study assignments. Attendance at lectures is optional, but attendance at classes is compulsory.

Assesment methods and criteria linked to learning outcomes

For the successful graduation of this course it is necessary to elaborate the particular tasks within the exercises, which follow the exercise schedule and their extend is given by the teacher. The attendance in the exercises is compulsory. The exam is realized by the written form and its extend follows the course annotation.

Language of instruction

Czech

Work placements

Not applicable.

Course curriculum

1. Hall structures: Structural design, loading actions, roof structures.
2. Hall structures: secondary systems, columns, fastening.
3. Hall structures: Spacing rigidity, structures for claddings.
4. Structural systems of multi-storey buildings with steel or steel-concrete structure. Spacing rigidity, bracings.
5. Floor structures of multi-storey buildings. Columns and fastening.
6.-7. Long-span roof systems: Basic principles of structural design (spatial systems, suspended and cable-stayed structures). Production and errection of steel structures, reconstruction and regeneration of steel structures.
8. Masonry structures, their types. Masonry properties. Principles of design according limit states.
9. Structural design of masonry buildings and principles of their static design.
10. Reinforced masonry, advanced masonry structures.
11. Assembled (prefabricated) concrete structures - basic tapes of structures and their static behaviour.
12. Assembled (prefabricated) concrete structures - types of members, structural design, details, spacing rigidity.
13. Prestressed concrete structures - basis of prestressed concrete, advantages, types.

Aims

The objective of the subject is to introduce students to the problems of this course and to practise acquires knowledge and skills.

Specification of controlled education, way of implementation and compensation for absences

Extent and forms are specified by guarantor’s regulation updated for every academic year.

Classification of course in study plans

  • Programme B-P-C-APS (N) Bachelor's

    branch APS , 3. year of study, winter semester, 3 credits, compulsory

Type of course unit

 

Lecture

26 hours, optionally

Teacher / Lecturer

Syllabus

1. Hall structures: Structural design, loading actions, roof structures.
2. Hall structures: secondary systems, columns, fastening.
3. Hall structures: Spacing rigidity, structures for claddings.
4. Structural systems of multi-storey buildings with steel or steel-concrete structure. Spacing rigidity, bracings.
5. Floor structures of multi-storey buildings. Columns and fastening.
6.-7. Long-span roof systems: Basic principles of structural design (spatial systems, suspended and cable-stayed structures). Production and errection of steel structures, reconstruction and regeneration of steel structures.
8. Masonry structures, their types. Masonry properties. Principles of design according limit states.
9. Structural design of masonry buildings and principles of their static design.
10. Reinforced masonry, advanced masonry structures.
11. Assembled (prefabricated) concrete structures - basic tapes of structures and their static behaviour.
12. Assembled (prefabricated) concrete structures - types of members, structural design, details, spacing rigidity.
13. Prestressed concrete structures - basis of prestressed concrete, advantages, types.

Exercise

13 hours, compulsory

Teacher / Lecturer

Syllabus

1.-3. Hall structures: composition, structural detailing, loading actions, roof structures, primary and secondary load-carrying systems, columns and fastening, bracings, cladding and facade structures.
4.-5. Structural systems of multi-storey buildings with steel or steel-concrete structure: ceiling and floor structures, columns and fastening, bracings.
6. Long-span roof systems: basic principles of composition and structural detailing - spatial member systems, truss grids, spatial grids, suspended and cable-stayed structures.
7. Production, manufacture and errection of steel structures, basic types of reconstructions and strengthening of steel structures.
8.-10: Masonry structures: their types and importance, masonry properties, principles of design based on limit states, structural detailing of masonry buildings and principles of their static design, reinforced masonry, filling of skeleton structures, advanced masonry structures.
11.-12. Assembled (prefabricated) concrete structures: basic types of structures and their static behaviour, member types, composition, structural detailing, spacing rigidity.
13. Prestressed concrete structures: basis of prestressed concrete, its advantages and types.