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"BEAMCOL13" --- STEEL BEAM AND COLUMN ANALYSIS / CODE CHECK

Program Description:
"BEAMCOL13" is a spreadsheet program written in MS-Excel for the purpose of analysis and code checking of steel beams and columns. Specifically, beams and columns are analyzed / code checked per the AISC 13th Edition Allowable Stress Design (ASD) Manual. Both actual and allowable stresses are computed, with the final result being a computed "stress ratio" of actual stress/allowable stress. Also, a list of the lightest weight members which satisfy the code check is displayed for convenience. This program is a workbook consisting of seven (7) worksheets, described as follows:

Worksheet Name
Doc BeamCol(I) BeamCol(Built-Up) BeamCol(WT) BeamCol(C) BeamCol(Rect. HSS) BeamCol(Round HSS & Pipe)

Description
This documentation sheet Analysis / Code Check for W, S, M, and HP Shapes Analysis / Code Check for Non-Database and Built-Up Shapes Analysis / Code Check for WT, ST, and MT Shapes Analysis / Code Check for Channel Shapes Analysis / Code Check for Rectangular HSS (Tube) Shapes Analysis / Code Check for Round HSS and Pipe Shapes

Program Assumptions and Limitations:


1. This program follows the procedures and guidelines of the AISC 13th Edition Allowable Stress (ASD) Manual (2005). 2. This program uses the database of member dimensions and section properties from the "AISC Shapes Database", Version 13.0 (2005) as well as the AISC 13th Edition (ASD) Manual (2005). 3. The "BeamCol(Built-Up)" worksheet is valid for AISC W, S, M, and HP shapes NOT contained in the AISC 13th Edition Manual, as well as for non-hybird and doubly-symmetrical ("I" shaped) built-up members which have their flanges continuously welded to the web and which DO NOT quailify as plate girders. 4. This program is NOT valid for single or double angles. 5. In this program for members subjected to known loadings consisting of axial load (compression or tension) and/or uniaxial or biaxial bending, both the actual and allowable stress are computed, with the final result being a computed "stress ratio" of actual stress/allowable stress. 6. The "BeamCol(Built-Up)" worksheet will require the input for the total depth, web thickness, flange width, and flange thickness. Then, all the remaining section properties are automatically calculated, assuming straight, non-sloping flanges. 7. If an axially loaded compression member has a value of the maximum slenderness ratio K*L*12/r >200, then a message will appear. However, this program DOES NOT consider or deem a particular member as "inadequate" based on the slenderness ratio of 200 being exceeded. 8. When the values of either 'Lx', 'Ly', or 'Lb' are input = 0' (or actually <= 1.0'), this program will use a value = 1.0'. 9. When a stiffened element (web) of a member subjected to axial compression is classified as a "slender" element (exceeding non-compact limits) based on local buckling criteria, then the program complies with AISC Chapter E7. 10. In the "BeamCol(C)" worksheet for channels subjected to Y-axis bending, the properties database uses the minimum value of 'Sy'. However, it is desired to calculate the bending stress at the back of the channel instead of at the tips of the flanges, this may be done by computing a "reduced effective" Y-axis bending moment, Mye = My*Sy*(xbar)/Iy , for member loading input. 11. This program does not calculate or check shear or deflection in member 12. This program does not consider torsion on member. 13. This program does not consider deduction for holes in members subjected to tension. 14. This program contains numerous comment boxes which contain a wide variety of information including

explanations of input or output items, equations used, data tables, etc. (Note: presence of a comment box is denoted by a red triangle in the upper right-hand corner of a cell. Merely move the mouse pointer to the desired cell to view the contents of that particular "comment box".)

"BEAMCOL13.xls" Program Created By: Joel Berg, P.E. Based on a Program By: Alex Tomanovich, P.E. Version 1.5

STEEL BEAM AND COLUMN ANALYSIS / CODE CHECK


Project Name: Project No.: Input Data: Member Size: Select: Member Properties: A= 6.76 d= 8.000 tw = 0.441 bf = 4.170 tf = 0.425 k= 1.000 Ix = 64.70 Sx = 16.20 rx = 3.09 Zx = 19.20 Iy = 4.27 Sy = 2.05 ry = 0.80 Zy = 3.67 J= 0.550 Cw = 61.2 Y
in.^2 in. in. in. in. in. in.^4 in.^3 in. in.^3 in.^4 in.^3 in. in.^3 in.^4 in.^6

Stress Code Check Per AISC 13th Edition Manual (ASD) For W, S, M, and HP Shapes Client: Prep. By:

Date:

s8x23

tf=0.425

Member Loadings: P= 0.00 Mx = 0.00 My = 0.00 Design Parameters: Fy = 36.00 Kx = 1.00 Ky = 1.00 Lx = 10.000 Ly = 10.000 Lb = 10.000 Flex. Type = Single Cb = 1.00 Results: For Axial Compression: Kx*Lx/rx = 38.83 Ky*Ly/ry = 150.94 Fe = 12.56 fa = 0.00 Fa = 21.56 Pa = 145.72

kips ft-kips ft-kips

d=8

X
tw=0.441 bf=4.17

ksi

ft. ft. ft.

s8x23 Section Shape Factors: SFx = 1.19 SFy = 1.79

ksi ksi kips

For X-axis Bending: Lp = 3.31 Lr = 18.21 rts = 1.00 fbx = 0.00 Fbx = 20.85 Mrx = 28.15

ft. ft. ksi ksi ft-kips

For Y-axis Bending: fby = 0.00 ksi Fby = 34.49 ksi Mry = 5.89 ft-kips

Nodal Lat. Brcg Requirements: Pbr = 0.00 kips bbr = 0.00 kip / in

Nodal Lat. Brcg Requirements: Pbr = 0.00 kips bbr = 0.00 kip / in

Stress Ratio: S.R. = Comments:

0.000

Eqn. H1-1b

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"BEAMCOL13.xls" Program Created By: Joel Berg, P.E. Based on a program by: Alex Tomanovich, P.E. Version 1.5

STEEL BEAM AND COLUMN ANALYSIS / CODE CHECK


Project Name: Project No.: Input Data: Member Data: d= tw = bf = tf = Member Properties: A= 13.75 d = 14.000 tw = 0.250 bf = 10.500 tf = 0.500 Ix = 524.40 Sx = 74.91 rx = 6.18 Zx = 81.44 Iy = 96.49 Sy = 18.38 ry = 2.65 Zy = 27.77 J= 0.94 Cw = 4396.1 wt./ft. = 46.79 Y
in.^2 in. in. in. in. in.^4 in.^3 in. in.^3 in.^4 in.^3 in. in.^3 in.^4 in.^6 lbs./ft.

Stress Code Check Per AISC 13th Edition Manual (ASD) For Shapes Not in Database or Built-Up Shapes Client: Prep. By:

Date:

14.000 0.250 10.500 0.500

in. in. in. in.

tf = 0.5

Member Loadings: P= 160.00 Mx = 0.00 My = 0.00 Design Parameters: Fy = 50.00 Kx = 1.00 Ky = 1.00 Kz = 1.00 Lx = 15.000 Ly = 15.000 Lb = 15.000 Flex. Type = Single Cb = 1.00 Results: For Axial Compression: Kx*Lx/rx = 29.15 Ky*Ly/ry = 67.95 Fe = 61.99 fa = 11.64 Fa = 20.86 Pa = 286.84

d = 14

h = 13 tw = 0.25

kips ft-kips ft-kips

bf = 10.5

ksi

Built-Up Section Shape Factors: SFx = 1.09 SFy = 1.51 Slender Reduction Factors: Qs = 1.000 Qa = 0.965

ft. ft. ft.

ksi ksi kips

For X-axis Bending: Lp = 9.36 Lr = 25.75 rts = 2.95 fbx = 0.00 Fbx = 28.56 Mrx = 178.27

ft. ft. ksi ksi ft-kips

For Y-axis Bending: fby = 0.00 ksi Fby = 42.31 ksi Mry = 64.81 ft-kips

Nodal Lat. Brcg Requirements: Pbr = 1.60 kips bbr = 14.22 kip / in Stress Ratio: S.R. = Comments:

Nodal Lat. Brcg Requirements: Pbr = 0.00 kips bbr = 0.00 kip / in

0.558

Eqn. H1-1

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"BEAMCOL13.xls" Program Created By: Joel Berg, P.E. Based on a Program By: Alex Tomanovich, P.E. Version 1.5

STEEL BEAM AND COLUMN ANALYSIS / CODE CHECK


Project Name: Project No.: Input Data:
bf = 3.96

Stress Code Check Per AISC 13th Edition Manual (ASD) For WT, ST, and MT Shapes Client: Prep. By:

Date:

Member Size: Select:

wt5x6

Member Loadings: P= 0.00 Mx = 0.00 My = 0.00 Design Parameters: Fy = 50.00 Kx = 1.00 Ky = 1.00 Kz = 1.00 Lx = 20.000 Ly = 20.000 Lb = 5.000 Flex. Type = Single Stem in Tens.? = Yes

kips ft-kips ft-kips

ksi

ft. ft. ft.

Member Properties: A= 1.77 d= 4.940 tw = 0.190 bf = 3.960 tf = 0.210 k= 0.510 ybar = 1.360 Ix = 4.35 Sx,top = 3.20 Sx,btm = 1.22 rx = 1.57 Zx = 2.20 Iy = 1.09 Sy = 0.55 ry = 0.79 Zy = 0.87 J = 0.0272 Cw = 0.0255 robar = 2.16 H= 0.661

Y
in.^2 in. in. in. in. in. in. in.^4 in.^3 in.^3 in. in.^3 in.^4 in.^3 in. in.^3 in.^4 in.^6

tf = 0.21 dwt = 4.94 ybar = 1.36

X
y2 = 3.58 tw = 0.19

wt5x6 Section

Shape Factors: SFx = 1.80 Slender Reduction Factors: Qs = 0.592 Qa = 1.000

Results: For Axial Compression: Kx*Lx/rx = 152.87 Ky*Ly/ry = 305.73 Fe = 2.97 fa = 0.00 Fa = 29.94 Pa = 52.99 For X-axis Bending: fbxc = 0.00 fbxt = 0.00 B= 1.199 Sxc = 3.199 Fbxc = 18.27 Fbxt = 47.90 Mrx = 4.87 For Y-axis Bending: fby = 0.00 ksi S = 0.549 in.^3 Z = 0.823 in.^3 Lb*d/t^2 = 5387.8 Fby = 6.12 ksi Mry = 0.28 ft-kips

ksi ksi in.^3 ksi ksi ft-kips

ksi ksi kips

Nodal Lat. Brcg Requirements: Pbr = 0.00 kips bbr = 0.00 kip / in Stress Ratio: S.R. = Comments:

Nodal Lat. Brcg Requirements: Pbr = 0.00 kips bbr = 0.00 kip / in

0.000

Eqn. H2-1

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"BEAMCOL13.xls" Program Created By: Joel Berg, P.E. Based on a Program by: Alex Tomanovich, P.E. Version 1.5

STEEL BEAM AND COLUMN ANALYSIS / CODE CHECK


Project Name: Project No.: Input Data: Member Size: Select: Member Properties: A= 3.37 d= 8.00 tw = 0.220 bf = 2.260 tf = 0.390 k= 0.938 Ix = 32.50 Sx = 8.14 rx = 3.11 Zx = 9.63 Iy = 1.31 Sy = 0.78 ry = 0.623 xbar = 0.572 Zy = 1.57 J= 0.130 Cw = 16.50 Y
in.^2 in. in. in. in. in. in.^4 in.^3 in in.^3 in.^4 in.^3 in in in.^3 in.^4 in.^6

Stress Code Check Per AISC 13th Edition Manual (ASD) For C and MC Shapes Client: Prep. By:

Date:

C8X11.5

tf=0.39

Member Loadings: P= 0.00 Mx = 0.00 My = 0.00 Design Parameters: Fy = 36.00 Kx = 1.00 Ky = 1.00 Lx = 10.000 Ly = 10.000 Lb = 10.000 Flex. Type = Single Cb = 1.00 Results: For Axial Compression: Kx*Lx/rx = 38.59 Ky*Ly/ry = 192.62 Fe = 7.71 fa = 0.00 Fa = 21.56 Pa = 72.65

kips ft-kips ft-kips

xbar=0.572 d=8

X
tw=0.22

ksi

bf=2.26

C8X11.5 Section Shape Factors: SFx = 1.18 SFy = 2.03

ft. ft. ft.

ksi ksi ksi kips

For X-axis Bending: Lp = 2.59 Lr = 10.42 rts = 0.76 fbx = 0.00 Fbx = 15.65 Mrx = 10.62

ft. ft. ksi ksi ft-kips

For Y-axis Bending: fby = 0.00 ksi Fby = 34.49 ksi Mry = 2.23 ft-kips

Nodal Lat. Brcg Requirements: Pbr = 0.00 kips bbr = 0.00 kip / in

Nodal Lat. Brcg Requirements: Pbr = 0.00 kips bbr = 0.00 kip / in

Stress Ratio: S.R. = Comments:

0.000

Eqn. H1-1b

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"BEAMCOL13.xls" Program Created By: Joel Berg, P.E. Based on a Program by: Alex Tomanovich, P.E. Version 1.5

STEEL BEAM AND COLUMN ANALYSIS / CODE CHECK


Project Name: Project No.: Input Data: Member Size: Select: Member Properties: A= 1.65 H= 5.000 B= 2.500 t (des) = 0.116 wt./ft. = 6.022 Ix = 5.340 Sx = 2.140 rx = 1.800 Zx = 2.650 Iy = 1.820 Sy = 1.460 ry = 1.050 Zy = 1.640 H (flat) = 4.438 B (flat) = --Y
in.^2 in. in. in. plf. in.^4 in.^3 in. in.^3 in.^4 in.^3 in. in.^3 in. in.

Per AISC 13th Edition Manual (ASD) For Square & Rectangular HSS (Tube) Shapes Client: Prep. By:

Date:

HSS5x2-1/2x1/8

t=0.116

Member Loadings: P= 0.00 Mx = 0.00 My = 0.00 Design Parameters: Fy = 46.00 Kx = 1.00 Ky = 1.00 Lx = 17.000 Ly = 17.000

kips ft-kips ft-kips

H=5

X t=0.116

ksi

B=2.5

ft. ft.

HSS5x2-1/2x1/8 Section Shape Factors: SFx = 1.24 SFy = 1.12

Results: For Axial Compression: Kx*Lx/rx = 113.33 Ky*Ly/ry = 194.29 Fe = 7.58 Q = Qa = 1.00 fa = 0.00 Fa = 0.00 Pa = 0.00 For X-axis Bending: fbx = 0.00 Stop(eff) = 2.14 Sbtm(eff) = 2.14 Fbx = 34.11 Mrx = 6.08 For Y-axis Bending: fby = 0.00 ksi Sleft(eff) = 1.37 in.^3 Srt(eff) = 1.44 in.^3 Fby = 25.78 ksi Mry = 3.14 ft-kips
Cap. based on Seff (Eqn. F7-3) but stress and Mry are w.r.t. to Sy by Fby = (Fy/1.67)*Seffy/Sy

ksi in.^3 in.^3 ksi ft-kips

ksi ksi kips

Nodal Lat. Brcg Requirements: Pbr = 0.00 kips bbr = 0.00 kip / in

Stress Ratio: S.R. = Comments:

0.000

Eqn. H2-1

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"BEAMCOL13.xls" Program Created By: Joel Berg, P.E. Based on a Program by: Alex Tomanovich, P.E. Version 1.5

STEEL BEAM AND COLUMN ANALYSIS / CODE CHECK


Project Name: Project No.: Input Data: Member Size: Select: Member Properties: A= 11.10 OD = 10.750 ID = 10.000 t(des) = 0.340 wt./ft. = 40.50 Ix = Iy = 151.00 Sx = Sy = 28.10 rx = ry = 3.68 Zx = Zy = 36.90 Shape Factors: SF = 1.31 Y
in.^2 in. in. in. plf. in.^4 in.^3 in. in.^3

Per AISC 13th Edition Manual (ASD) For Round HSS and Pipe Shapes Client: Prep. By:

Date:

Pipe10STD

Member Loadings: P= 0.00 Mx = 0.00 My = 0.00 Design Parameters: Fy = 35.00 Kx = 1.00 Ky = 1.00 Lx = 30.000 Ly = 15.000 Results: For Axial Compression: Kx*Lx/rx = 97.83 Ky*Ly/ry = 48.91 Fe = 29.91 Q = Qa = N.A. fa = 0.00 Fa = 12.84 Pa = 142.55

t=0.34

kips ft-kips ft-kips

ksi

ID=10 OD=10.75

ft. ft.

Pipe10STD Section

For X-axis Bending: fbx = 0.00 Fbx = 27.52 Mrx = 64.45


ksi ksi kips

ksi ksi ft-kips

For Y-axis Bending: fby = 0.00 ksi Fby = 27.52 ksi Mry = 64.45 ft-kips

Nodal Lat. Brcg Requirements: Pbr = 0.00 kips bbr = 0.00 kip / in

Stress Ratio: S.R. = Comments:

0.000

Eqn. H1-2

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