Importance Of Structural Design Of Multi-Storey Steel Structure Warehouse

2 . Structural system of multi-storey steel structure warehouse

 

 

2.1 frame bent structure system

This structure system the warehouse building is a rigid frame structure in the transverse direction and a bent structure in the longitudinal direction, and the inter column support is set in the longitudinal direction to resist the horizontal load. The warehouse building with this structure is short in the transverse direction and long in the longitudinal direction, and the way of setting structural joints is adopted to increase the longitudinal length of the warehouse building, but the support between columns may affect the layout of the process.

 

2.2 pure frame system

The warehouse building is designed as a rigid frame in both vertical and horizontal directions, and no column support is set. The use space of this structural form is not affected, but the section moment of inertia requirements of the column in two directions are basically the same (such as box column), which increases the amount of steel.

 

 

2.3 hybrid system of steel frame and support

The hybrid system of steel frame and support is different from the first form. It is designed longitudinally as a hybrid form of steel frame and support, and relies on the hybrid support to resist the horizontal force. This form can avoid the longitudinal bending moment of the column, but the stiffness of the floor must meet the design requirements. Whether there will be uncoordinated deformation between the side columns, the supporting function of the columns will also be affected.

 

3 .Problems needing attention in structural design of multi-storey steel structure warehouse

The structural form and load between multi-storey industrial buildings and multi-storey and high-rise civil buildings have their own characteristics. It has large span, high floor height, thick floor slab, few internal partitions and crane load. Some problems need to be paid attention to when using software for spatial analysis.