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AISC 303-10 PDF

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Provisions covering connection design by the SER option 1 and selection or completion of basic tabular connections by a steel detailer option 2 also have been revised for consistency with and distinction from option 3. For more information contact: Your cart has been updated!

Code of standard practice for structural steel buildings and bridges (AISC 303-10)

Commentary has been added in Section 7. The coupon code has been applied to your cart!

Tasha O’Berski Communications Department At the conclusion of this course, the student will: Also important to note is that portions of the Code have been incorporated by reference into the International Building Code. The trade practices established and set forth in this Code define custom and usage for the fabricated structural steel industry in the United States for steel buildings, bridges, and other structures.

The provisions of this Code govern the fabrication and erection of structural steel, in the absence of individual provisions in the contract documents superseding corresponding, individual provisions of this Code. Freund, president of Universal Steel of North Carolina.


AISC has a long tradition of service to the steel construction industry of providing timely and reliable information. Explicit requirements have been added in Section 3.

Information has been added to the Commentary in Section 4. Since the first edition of the Code was published inAISC has constantly surveyed the structural steel design community and construction industry to determine standard trade practices.

Once you finish studying the above course aisccyou need to take a quiz to obtain the PDH credits.

Beyond the basic change of making the Code a consensus document, the following modifications have been made in the revision of the Code: 3003-10 scope in Section 1. Editorial improvements have been made in the Commentary to Section 3.

A similar and corresponding revision has been made in Section 1. Only one coupon is allowed per order!

Beyond the basic change of making the Code a consensus document, the following modifications 30-10 been made in the revision of the Code:. The Code is significant and important to the process of buying and selling fabricated structural steel. This course presents information on 30310 standard practice for steel buildings and bridges. Clarification has been added in Section 2 that base plates and bearing plates are considered structural steel if they are attached to the structural frame, but not if they are loose items that do not attach to the structural steel frame.


The intent in Section 7. The Code now addresses contracts that utilize drawings, models, or drawings and models in combination.

The intent in Section Section 10 has been significantly revised with multiple categories for architecturally exposed structural steel AESS and different treatments required for each. Since then, this Code has been updated periodically to reflect new and changing technology and industry practices.

The contents cover materials, contract documents, shop and erection drawings, shop fabrication and delivery, erection, quality assurance, contracts and architecturally exposed structural steel. The course materials are based entirely on the AISC publication: Additionally, the defined term substantiating connection information has been added to the Glossary, and revisions also have been made in Section 4 to correspond with the addition of option 3 in Section 3.

For additional technical information related to this subject, please visit the following websites or web pages: Commentary to Section 4.