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Comparative Study Of Steel Angles As Tension Members Designed By Working Stress Method And Limit State Method
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Prof. Ravindra Bhimarao Kulkarni, Rohan Shrikant Jirage
IS 800:1984, IS 800: 2007, Limit state method, Working stress method
The latest version of the Code of Practice for general construction in steel IS 800:2007 is based on Limit State Method of design. The design concept is totally changed in comparison to earlier IS 800:1984 which is based on elastic method. In the present work, the detailed study of structural components as tension members by designing using Limit State Method and Working Stress Method has been carried out and submitted the comparative study of the same in the form of graphs and charts, which highlights the actual economy achieved by Limit State Method over Working Stress Method for different structural sections. The observations made based on this study are very much useful to the practicing structural engineers.
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