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AISC Design Guide 3: Serviceability Design Considerations for Steel Buildings, 2003 Edition

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AISC Design Guide 3: Serviceability Design Considerations for Steel Buildings, 2003 Edition

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Product Code: 330-8033-03

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Binding: Paperback

Publisher: AISC

The AISC Design Guide 3: Serviceability Design Considerations for Steel Buildings has been updated to include serviceability design criteria for all building types, including tall buildings. The content covers a wide range of topics, including deflection, vibration, and drift as they relate to cladding, roofing, skylights, interior partitions, equipment, and motion perception.

AISC Design Guide 3: Serviceability Design Considerations for Steel Buildings, 2003 Edition - Table of Contents:

  • Introduction
    • Serviceability Requirements in the AISC Specification
    • Storage/Warehouses
    • Manufacturing
    • Heavy Industrial/Mill Buildings
    • Mercantile/Shopping Malls
    • Health Care and Laboratory Facilities
    • Educational
    • Office Buildings
    • Parking Structures
    • Residential/Apartments/Hotels
    • Assembly/Arenas
    • Seismic Applications

  • Design Considerations Relative to Roofing

    • Ponding Stability
    • Roofing
    • Membrane Roofs
    • Metal Roofs

  • Design Considerations Relative to Skylights
  • Design Considerations Relative to Cladding, Frame Deformation, and Drift

    • Cladding-Structure Interaction
    • Foundation-Supported Cladding for Gravity Loads
    • Frame-Supported Cladding at Columns
    • Frame-Supported Cladding for Gravity Loads Along Spandrels
    • Special Considerations for Tall Buildings

  • Design Considerations Relative to Interior Partitions and Ceilings

    • Support Deflection
    • Flat and Level Floors
    • Specifying Camber and Camber Tolerances
    • Maintaining Floor Elevation

  • Design Considerations Relative to Vibration/Acceleration

    • Human Response to Vibration
    • Machines and Vibration
    • Tall Building Acceleration-Motion Perception

  • Design Considerations Relative to Equipment

    • Elevators
    • Conveyors
    • Cranes
    • Mechanical Equipment

  • References
  • Appendix
  • Summary of Serviceability Considerations

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