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AISC design guides

AISC design guides

(OP)
Hi,

where can i get the design guides that accompany the AISC 2005 manual..

A soft copy of them...  

Thanks in advance!!!1

RE: AISC design guides

As a member of AISC, you can download all the design guides for free.  If you are not a member, I recommend that you join.  The cost of membership is very small, and with all the free publications you can download, is very good bargain.

RE: AISC design guides

We actually got the company to pay dues for the 4 structurals in the office to join as an office. The difference in cost is minimal for a small group vs. a single membership. ($135 solo vs $160 for the group)

Additionally, the savings on the 13th ed steel manual for members vs. non-members paid the dues. ($175 dollar savings)

Add in the savings on the Seismic Manual (another $175)

The free publications for members are just gravey.

RE: AISC design guides

Design Guides or the example problems?  I believe the examples are only available on CD.  As indicated, the guides are available for download.

RE: AISC design guides

(OP)
Hi ajh1,

It's about the design guides...
As Structures Guy pointed out, we need to be a member to download em it seems..

Regards,
Subbu

RE: AISC design guides

subbu1985

You don't have to be a member to obtain the guides. AISC just charges you for them.

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