Sheds

Index to information on Sheds.

Here a shed is considered to be a framed building, with sheet cladding, irrespective of the buildings usage. So it includes garden sheds, garages, agricultural buildings, industrial warehouses and factories, holiday shacks.

The sheet cladding includes:

  1. Profiled Metal Sheeting
  2. Compressed fibre Cement Sheeting

It typically excludes masonry veneer and concrete panels.

Articles

  1. Shed Design Brief
  2. Shed Design: pt#1 (Basic Procedure)
  3. Example Reports and Calculations

Publications

  1. Frame Selection Charts for Cold-formed Steel Sheds
  2. Design Chart Cold-formed Steel Sheds Wind Terrain Category 3 – Frames at 3m centres
  3. Design Chart Cold-formed Steel Shed Wind Terrain Category 2 – Frames at 3m centres
  4. Design Chart Cold-formed Steel Portal Frame – Frames at 6m centres
  5. Steel Framed Shed 20m Wide x 6m Eaves Height

Software & Spreadsheets (MS Excel)

  1. Frame Size Check for Fixed Base Doubly Pitched Portal Frame Shed
  2. Rigid Frame Analysis for Shed
  3. Workbook for Rigid Frames Using Kleinlogel Formula
  4. Detailing Sheet for Girts and Purlins
  5. Draw 3D Stick framing for Barn Style Shed
  6. Drawing Framing Plans Using MS Excel Shapes
  7. EngineLT (Early Version)
  8. Plane Frame Analysis with Graphics (MS DOS)
  9. Console Based (MSDOS) Plane Frame Analysis
  10. Application for Plane Frame Analysis
  11. Plane Frame Analysis: The Front End Version 1
  12. Plane Frame Analysis: The Front End Version 2
  13. Plane Frame Analysis: The Front End Version 4
  14. Plane Frame Analysis: The Back End Version 1

Services

  1. Structural Design shed – cold-formed steel – span less than 6m
  2. Structural Design shed – cold-formed steel – greater than 6m and less than 12m
  3. Structural Design shed – cold-formed steel – greater than 15m and less than 18m
  4. Structural Design and documentation of Single storey building