Bibliography

Bibliography & Recommended Reading on Structural Engineering & Related Issues:

Design (General)

    1. Robert Brown Butler (2002),“Architectural Engineering Design : Structural Systems”, McGraw Hill
    2. Robert Brown Butler (2002),“Architectural Engineering Design : Mechanical Systems”, McGraw Hill
    3. Norman, Cubitt, Urry & Whittaker (1995),”Advanced Design and Technology (2nd Ed)”, Longman
    4. Kathy Stansfield (January 2002), “Engineers and Architects: a creative relationship”, The Structural Engineer, Journal of the Institution of Structural Engineers.
    5. D.W.Brown & J.D Brown (March 2004),”A system for invention”, The Structural Engineer, Journal of the Institution of Structural Engineers.
    6. The Architects Journal Information Library (1971), AJ Handbook of building Enclosure, The Architects Journal

Steel Design (General)

    1. Owens, G.W and Knowles P.R(1996), Steel Designers Manual , 5th edition, The Steel Construction Institute, Blackwell Science
    2. British Iron and Steel Federation(1967),The Steel Designers Manual (3rd ED), Crosby Lockwood and Son Ltd.
    3. S.T.Woolcock, S.Kitipornchai and M.A.Bradford (1999), Design of Portal Frame Buildings, AISC
    4. S.T.Woolcock & S.Kitipornchai (1987), Design of Portal Frame Buildings (1st Ed), AISC
    5. Gorenc, Tinyou & Syam (1996), Steel Designers Handbook (6th Ed), UNSW Press
    6. Gorenc, Tinyou (1989), Steel Designers Handbook (5th Ed), UNSW Press
    7. T.J.MacGinley (1973), Structural Steelwork Calculations and Detailing, Butterworth & Co
    8. Omer W Blodgett (1976), “Design of Welded Structures”, The James F. Lincoln Welding Foundation.
    9. N.S.Trahair & M.A. Bradford (1988), The Behaviour and Design of Steel Structures, Chapman and Hall.
    10. Brockenbrough & Merritt (1999),”Structural Steel Designer’s Handbook (3rd Ed)”, McGraw Hill
    11. Akbar R Tamboli (1999), “Handbook of Structural Steel Connection Design and Details”, McGraw Hill

Cold-formed Steel Design

    1. Mills, J.E. and Miller, J (2001), A New Knee Joint for Cold-Formed Channel Portal Frames, Australasian Structural Engineering Conference Gold Coast, Australia 2001
    2. Mills, Julie (2000), Knee Joints in cold-formed channel portal frames., Recent Research and Developments in cold-formed steel design and construction, Fifteenth International Specialty Conference on Cold-Formed Steel Structures
    3. Gregory P Hancock(1998), Design of Cold-Formed Steel Structures (3rd Ed), AISC
    4. Gregory P Hancock(1994), Design of Cold-Formed Steel Structures (2nd Ed), AISC
    5. Gregory P Hancock(1988), Design of Cold-Formed Steel Structures, AISC

Design Data

    1. P Tutt & D Adler (1997), New Metric Handbook, Planning and Design Data, Architectural Press
    2. AISC(1994), Design Capacity Tables For Structural Steel (2nd Ed) Volume 1: Open Sections, AISC
    3. Malcolm Hirst & Associates Pty Ltd and AISC(1999), Design Capacity Tables for Computers (DCTcomp) version 1.03, AISC
    4. AISC(1985), Standardized Structural Connections (3rd Ed), AISC
    5. AISC(1999), Australian Steel Detailers’ Handbook, AISC
    6. Jose R Zaragoza (editor), Economical Structural Steelwork (4th Ed), AISC
    7. AISC(1995), The Use of Steel in Homes,AISC
    8. OneSteel (July 2001), Duragal Design Capacity Tables for Steel Hollow Sections, OneSteel
    9. BHP Lysaght(2000),Lysaght Zeds & Cees purlin & girt system: Limit State Capacity tables & product information, BHP
    10. BHP(1997), Duragal design capacity tables for structural steel angles, channels & flats, BHP
    11. Stramit (2000), Stramit Purlins: Design Member Moment Capacities, Stramit
    12. Stramit(1999),Stramit Purlins & Girts: product technical manual, Stramit
    13. S C Harrison (2003), Member Selection Charts For Portal Framed Sheds: 10° Doubly Pitched Frames, For Wind Region A1, TC3 (Volume 1.1) [Draft Issue], metamorphs

Tension Membranes {also refer to steel design & design (general)}

    1. Dr. Vinicius F.Arcaro (),“A Simple Procedure For Shape Finding And Analysis Of Fabric Structures”, UNICAMP/FEC
    2. Dr. Vinicius F.Arcaro (),Minimizing total potential energy to find equilibrium, UNICAMP/FEC
    3. Dr. Vinicius F.Arcaro (),A Simple Procedure For Analysis Of Cable Network Structures, UNICAMP/FEC
    4. Dr. Josep Llorens (2002),“The Seventh International Workshop on the Design and Practical:Realisation of Architectural Membrane Structures: Technical University of Berlin May 30th to June 1st 2002:Prof. Dr. Ing. Lothar Gründig”, Technical University of Catalonia (UPC) Barcelona, Spain
    5. Barden,Berger, Bradburn & Grinberg (2003),Tensile Membrane Structures Workshop:A workshop at the 2003 AIA National Convention, AIA
    6. Birdair, Technical Specification & Fabric Characteristics
    7. Nolan (May 2001), Technical Guide Number One: Coolaro Shade Cloth,

Quality

    1. DeVor, Chang & Sutherland (1992), “Statistical Quality Design & Control: Contemporary Concepts & Methods”, Macmillian Publishing Company.

Occupational Health & Safety

    1. The Building Construction Industry OHS Committee (March 2000),The Building Construction Industry : productivity through safety, Industry guideline, safe work on roofs, industrial and commercial buildings.
    2. WorkCover (1989) Victoria, Code of practice No. 10 Safe Work on Roofs (Excluding Villa Construction)
    3. ACT Building and Construction Industry Training Fund Board (2002), Safety Handbook: ACT Building and Construction Industry, ACT Building and Construction Industry Training Fund Board.
    4. Lizz Bluff (2003), Working Paper 19: Regulating Safe Design and Planning of Construction Works: A review of strategies for regulating OHS in the design and planning of buildings, structures and other construction projects, Australian National University.
    5. Health and Safety Commission (1994) , Statutory Instrument 1994 No. 3140 The Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 1994

Risk

    1. Dennis Camilleri (April 2002), “Rethinking Engineering: risk and reliability analysis”, The Structural Engineer, Journal of the Institution of Structural Engineers.
    2. Alasdair Beal (October 2001), “Factors of Ignorance? “, The Structural Engineer, Journal of the Institution of Structural Engineers.
    3. Joint Committee on Structural Safety (JCSS) , http://www.jcss.ethz.ch/
    4. Standing Committee on Structural Safety (SCOSS), http://www.scoss.org.uk/
    5. IEAust (1990),Are you at Risk ? Managing Expectations, IEAust
    6. E. Pennells (April 1992),”Bridgeworks in an unstable environment”, The Structural Engineer, Journal of the Institution of Structural Engineers.

Regulation and Building Control

    1. Chan & Morris (September 1995), “The influence of Building Control in Hong Kong on the role of the Chartered Structural Engineer in project management”, The Structural Engineer, Journal of the Institution of Structural Engineers.
    2. B.A Cox (December 1993), “Building Regulations: Approved Inspectors and Approved Persons”, The Structural Engineer, Journal of the Institution of Structural Engineers.
    3. Thornburn & MacArthur (November 1993), “Risk Liability and QA in construction engineering”, The Structural Engineer, Journal of the Institution of Structural Engineers.
    4. B.S. Neale (November 1995), “Hazard and Risk assessment for constructions: a regulator’s view”, The Structural Engineer, Journal of the Institution of Structural Engineers.

Building and Construction Industry

    1. New Scientist (October 1985), “Builders Deploy Science in the Battle for Markets”, New Scientist
    2. Onesteel Solutions (May 2004), “”Safeguard your Design… and your reputation”, Onesteel.
    3. Deirdre Mason (September 1986), “Poor workmanship shows up at Ronan Point”, New Scientist
    4. AISC & IEAust,(December 2000), “Engineering Documentation Standards: Invest in design to reduce project cost”, Steel Construction: Journal of the Australian Institute of Steel Construction, AISC.
    5. CSIRO(October 2000),“CSIRO Survey Shows Poor Design & Documentation Hits Project Costs”, Built Environment Innovation & Construction Technology : Number 15, http://www.dbce.csiro.au/inno-web/1000/csiro_survey.html
    6. Peter Burns (September 1999),“Information Technology in the Australian Steel Construction Industry”, Steel Construction: Journal of the Australian Institute of Steel Construction, AISC
    7. AISC (September 2001), “A Competitive Analysis of Australia’s Steel Construction Industry”, Steel Construction: Journal of the Australian Institute of Steel Construction, AISC
    8. AISC (March 2002),”Scenario Planning for the Australian Steel Construction Industry”, Steel Construction: Journal of the Australian Institute of Steel Construction, AISC
    9. J. Egan (1998), “Rethinking Construction”, Department of Environment, Transport and Regions (DETR), UK.

Environment

    1. John D Holmes (2001), “Wind Loading of Structures”, spon press
    2. Angus J. MacDonald (1975),”Wind Loading on Buildings”, Applied Science Publishers
    3. Henry Wong (May 1982), “The Taming of the Vortex”, New Scientist
    4. Andy Hunt (September 1980), “Wind Engineers Save Builders’ Blows”, New Scientist
    5. New Scientist (December 1986), “Putting The Wind Up British Builders”, New Scientist
    6. Michael Owen (17th March 1996), “Violent storms wreak havoc across the state : home owners feared worst”, Sunday Mail, Adelaide
    7. Peter Haran (17th March 1996) “Toll to top $1m”, Sunday Mail, Adelaide

Fire

    1. New Scientist (May 1983), “New Alarm over Smoke Detectors”, New Scientist
    2. Fred Pearce (May 1985), “New Fears over gas in tower blocks”, New Scientist.

News

    1. Rebecca DiGirolamo (), “Canopy Investigation underway”
    2. Jill Pengelley (8 January 2000), “Shades of Trouble”, The Advertiser

Technical Reports

    1. Jim Pantzikas & Associates (1999), “Rpt#4465:Structural Report: Existing Sun Shade Structures”

Software

  1. Membrane by Dr. Vinicius F.Arcaro, UNICAMP/FEC
  2. Cablenet by Dr. Vinicius F.Arcaro, UNICAMP/FEC
  3. Lights by Dr. Vinicius F.Arcaro, UNICAMP/FEC