Engineers, welders, and inspectors can turn to this reference for clear, accurate answers to all questions about structural steel and welding codes for buildings. This is the first book to bring together the American Welding Society Codes, Uniform Building Codes, Standard Building Codes, American Institute of Steel Construction Codes, and BOCA National Building Codes, in a single source. This book offers practical, on-the-job guidelines, with topics listed alphabetically, in six major sections: General Information - contains tables and figures covering subjects such as prequalified joint configurations, structural shape dimensions and welding symbols; Structural Steel - consists of codes relating to structural steel and welding, beginning with allowable roughness in oxygen cut surfaces and ending with workmanship; Tables - includes tables and figures from all major codes and standards; High Strength Bolts - contains codes, standards, and specifications covering a range of subjects from anchor bolts to washer requirements; Reinforcing Steel - lists information covering placement, welding, fit-up, and identification of rebar; and Sheet Steel - provides codes, standards, and specifications governing welding, fit-up, and inspection of decking.
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The whole idea behind this book was to compile for the first time, in a single source, an alphabetical compilation of comprehensive code information derived from the American Welding Society, Uniform Building Code, SBCCI, BOCA and the AISC Manual of Steel Construction. The reader will find the following six alphabetized sections: General Information (prequalified joint configurations, structural shape dimensions, welding symbols,etc), Structural Steel (beginning with Allowable Roughness in Oxygen Cut Surfaces and ending with Workmanship), Tables and Figures (compiled from all major codes and standards), High Strength Bolts ( from Anchor Bolts to Washer Requirements), Reinforcing Steel (placement, welding, fit-up and identification of), and Sheet Steel (welding, fit-up and inspection of decking). The simplicity and straightforwardness of this publication is unsurpassed as can be demonstrated by, for example, turning to page B-1 and finding the Anchor Bolts entry located in the left hand column. Opposite the words Anchor Bolts and in the right hand column can be found the following three entries: 1. UBC, 2-358, 2210. 2. AISC, 5-79, J10. 3. AISC, 4-4, Table 1-C. These entries are explained as follows: 1. Uniform Building Code, Volume 2, page 358, Section 2210. 2. American Institute of Steel Construction, Part 4, page 79, Section J10. 3. American Institute of Steel Construction, Part 4, page 4, Table 1-C. The text directly beneath Anchor Bolts begins: UBC,..."The Protrusions of". This is the information that will be found at UBC, 2-358, 2210. Additional Anchor Bolt information can be found at AISC, 5-79, J10 and at AISC, 4-4, Table 1-C. This format is consistent throughout the compilation. The text found directly beneath the "subject" in the left hand column is representative of the first code number found in the right hand column. This book offers you the easiest, fastest method of code retrieval that exists.
Minimize inspection problems with this one-stop guide to all welding codes. Get quick answers to all structural steel and welding building code questions that may arise at any stage of a project from initial design through construction to final inspection. This reference gives you code information for nearly every aspect of welding, including piping; sheet steel; structural members; fabrication processes; and bolts and joints. Here for the first time in a single source is an alphabetical compilation of comprehensive code information derived from the American Welding Society Codes; Uniform Building Codes; Standard Building Codes; AISC Steel Construction Manual; and BOCA National Building Codes. You'll find six alphabetized sections covering: general information such as prequalified joint configurations, structural shape dimensions, and welding symbols; structural steel from allowable roughness in oxygen cut surfaces to workmanship; tables and figures compiled from all major codes and standards; high strength bolts from anchor bolts to washers; reinforced steel placement, welding, fit-up, and identification of rebar; sheet steel welding, fit-up, and inspection of decking. Welding Codes, Standards, and Specifications also features special notations that refer to the code number from which the information was obtained thus saving you time in the compliance process.
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Book Description McGraw-Hill Professional, 1997. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. 1. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0070435502
Book Description McGraw-Hill Professional, 1997. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 0070435502