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1.(D)
2.(L)
3.(W)
4.(E)
5.(I)
6.() (IR)
7.(H)
8.(F)
9.(T)
2.2

2.5


3.1.1

CNS
3.2 (
3.3
3.4
3.5
3.1.2
CNS 2608

1960
0.42%
1970
1980TMCP
0.33%
:

TMCP
7

()
8m10m 3m4m

200KN(20)
200KN

:
: Main Column : Crane Column
: Main Girder : Wind Post
: Bracing
: Railway Girder
: Purlin
: Girt
: Sag Rod
: Tie Rod
: Sheeting
: Roofing
: Siding
: Overhead Crane
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H (CNS SM400ASTM A36)
(
CNS SM490ASTM A572 GR50)

()

()

1.3
1.

2.

10

( )

(AISC

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()

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1.5.1

1.

mm
2.
3.

4.
5.
(1)
(2)

(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)

(7)
(8)
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(Allowable Stress)
Working Stress Design Method

(Limit )
Load and Resistance Factor Design
MethodUltimate Strength Design Method
(Nominal Strength)

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1923AISC (Allowable Stress


DesignASD)
1960 (Plastic DesignPD)

1970(Load Factor DesignLFD)


1980 (
Alternate Load-Factor DesignALFD)

1990 (Load and Resistance Factors


DesignLRFD)

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() >
(
)

(collapse mechanism)
(()

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(Qi) (i)

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iRi iQi (ii)


i 1.0 Ri
i 1.0
Qi
(
) ()

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1.

2.


3.

4.

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1.

2.
4.55tf/cm2

3.
Rn Rn i riQi i
i <1.0 Ri ri ri 1.0 Qi

4.

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STAAD(Structural Analysis And Design)
Research Engineers, Inc. (REI)

STAAD
SPACE
PLANE
TRUSS
FLOOR

P-Delta (Moving Loads)

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STAAD ( )
1.STAAD/Pro
2.
3.(/)
4.
5./
/)
6.//
7.member offset
8.
9.
A.
B. P-DELTA
/
C. Time History
Response Spectrum
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1.
2.
3.()
4.
5.

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4.4
KL/r 200 (r = (I /A)1/2 )
L/r 300

4.8
1.
K
1.0 1.0K







2.
K
1.0

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4.5

1.

4.5-1pd
2.
pd
4.5-l p
3.
p 4.5-l r
4.
r

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1.

A.
a. (Fu)
b. ()
B.()
a. ()
b. ()
C. L/r
a. L/r < 300 ()

b. L/r < 240 ()

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1.

(1)P
(2)Ag
An
0.6Fy
0.5Fu

(3)L/r
L/r300
(4)
(5)
0.45Fy
0.3Fu

(6)1 ~ 3
(7)-a.
b. (Fv = 0.30 Fu)
(Ft = 0.50 Fu)

c.
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2.()

A.()

(b/t)
()
()

(b/t pd)(pd < b/t p)


(p < b/t r) (b/t >r)

B.
E (K L /r)

()

(rLK)

C.
L/1500
(1.671.92)
0.5 Fy
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2. ()
A.
fa = P /A < Fa
KL/r
a.
1.KL/r < Cc Fa = (1)
()

Fa

Euler
Pcr = 2EI / L2
Cc

= Fy / 2

2.KL/r Cc Fa = (2)
()
b.

3.KL/r Cc Fa = (3)
4.KL/r Cc Fa = (4)
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2.
B.
(1)P

(2) KLy
Fa Pa (=Fa . A)
Pa
Pa P

(3) KLx rx/ry Kly


(4) KLy KLy
(5) KL(2)Pa
(6)PaP

PaP2
(7) KL / r200

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3.()

()

A. Mp

Lp
B.
Lp
C. ()

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3.()

(1) M()

(2) Fb
(3) Sreq = M / Fb
(4) Sreq
S Sreq

(5) Fb

(6) fb = M / S
fbFb

fbFb 2
(7) fv < Fv
Fv = 0.40 Fy ( h / tw 100 / Fy )

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3.() ()
Fb ( )

(1) Fb = 0.66 Fy
(1) (2)
(3) Lb Lc
(Lc
(4)
(2) Fb = 0.60 Fy
(1)1.
(2)
(3)20bf / Fy
(3) Fb = 0.75 Fy
(1)
(2)
(3)
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4.

( )
A.

(1)
(Ft

B.
(2)
1 / (1-fa/Fe )
Fe Euler
Cm ()

fa/Fa 0.15 (3)

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5.

10.1

(1)(2)
10.1.1

10.1.2

10.1.3

10.1.4

50%

75%

10.1.5
50%
10.1.6
3

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5.
10.1.7

10.1.8

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10.3
10.3.1
3.4F35F10
A449ASTM

50 %F436
A563
F10T
10.3-1

10.3-1 F10T(S10T)

( mm )
12
16
20
22
24
27
30
75%

(t)
5.9
10.6
16.5
19.9
23.7
30
37.1

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A. (slip critical)

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B. (bearing type)

C.

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A.
Rv = mAbFv
m = (1,2)
Ab
Fv
B.
Rp = dtFp
d t Fp(1.2Fu)
C.
Rt = AbFt
Ft
D.
(ft2 / Ft2 + fv2 / Fv2 ) 1
ft
fv

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10.3-2 ( tf / cm2 )
( Fv )

A307

( Ft)

a,g

f
f

1.4

b,e0.70

F10T ( S10T )

d3.62

1.41

1.2

0.87

e1.87

F10T ( S10T )

d3.62

1.41

1.2

0.87

e2.68

3.4

a,c0.33Fu

0.17Fu

3.4

a0.33Fu

0.17Fu

a
b
cAb
dF10T4A-4.4A490

0.6Fy

95%

e125

cm20%

f
g0.33

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10.3-3 Ft ( t f / cm2 )

A307

1.82 - 1.80 fv 1.40

( 3.6223.75 fv2 ) 0.5

F10T

( 3.6221.82 fv2 ) 0.5

10.3-5 mm

( ) (mm)

d (mm)

( )

( )

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17.5 40.0

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21.5 49.0

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27

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23.5 55.5

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25.5

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25.5 32.0

25.5 62.0

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d + 1.5

d+8

( d + 1.5 ) ( d + 10 )

( d + 1.5 ) 2.5 d

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(groove weld)
(fillet weld)
(Plug weld)
(slot weld)
T

1.(Complete Penetration Weld, CP Weld)


2.(Partial Penetration Weld, PP Weld)

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(1)

(2)
T

(3)

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A.
= te
te = S / 1.414

B.
= te

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