## 15- Solved problem 6-19-4 for local buckling of columns.

A solved problem 6-19-4 for local buckling is From prof. Salmon handbook. The steel section is a Built-up section.

## 14-Solved problem 6-8 for local buckling of columns.

Solved problem 6-8 For Local Buckling. The column is a rectangle hollow section, determine the axial compressive design strength and factors strength.

## 13-A Solved problem 5-3 for local buckling of columns.

A Solved problem 5-3 For Local Buckling, it is required to estimate Φc*Pn and Pn/Ωc, with the appropriate AISC equations for a square hollow steel section.

## 12- Solved problem 5-2 for local buckling of columns.

A Solved problem 5-2 For Local Buckling, for which it is required to estimate the LRFD value Φ* Pn and the ASD allowable strength P/Ωc, for a column.

## 1- Easy approach to steel beams and types of buckling.

Introduction to steel beams under flexure, study the definition between the local flange buckling and web buckling, the types of beam sections whether compact or not, how to estimate the nominal Moments, LRFD & ASD values.

## 11- Local Buckling for stiffened and un-stiffened elements.

Local buckling for stiffened and un-stiffened elements. A discussion is made for Limiting Kl/r based on the different Fy values and the coefficients Qa and Qs.

## 10a- Easy study of Local Buckling-part-2.

Introduction to Local buckling-part-2 for columns, how to derive the expression for Qa and Qs?The stiffened and unstiffened parts having different coefficients?

## 10- Best Introduction to Local Buckling-part-1

Introduction to Local Buckling-part-1 for columns, how to derive the equations relating to the local buckling?

## 1- Step-by-step guidance for the Engineering Economy.

Introduction to the Engineering economy. What is the economical study? What is the difference between borrower and investor? Solved problems are included.

## 9-Two Solved Problems for steel column analysis.

2 Solved Problems For column analysis- for the first solved problem the section of the column was changed to a bigger section, the compressive strength was recalculated, using the general condition, the second solved problem is for the evaluating the controlling k factor for a column, has several braces in the y-direction.

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