steel structure definition
The characteristics of steel are high strength, light weight, good overall stiffness, and strong resistance to deformation, so it is especially suitable for the construction of large-span, ultra-high, and super-heavy buildings; the material has good homogeneity and isotropy, and is ideal elasticity. It is in line with the basic assumptions of general engineering mechanics; the material has good plasticity and toughness, can have large deformation, and can withstand dynamic loads well; the construction period is short; its degree of industrialization is high, and it can be used for specialized production with a high degree of mechanization.
High-strength steel should be studied for steel structures to greatly improve its yield point strength; in addition, new varieties of steel should be rolled, such as H-beam (also known as wide flange steel) and T-shaped steel andPressure plateetc. to meet the needs of large-span structures and super high-rise buildings.
1、High material strength and light weight
2、Steel toughness, good plasticity, uniform material, high structural reliability
3、High degree of mechanization of steel structure manufacturing and installation
4、Steel structure heat resistant and not fire resistant
5、Low carbon, energy saving, green and environmental protection, reusable