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NASH steel framing Melbourne - Handbook just released


The Handbook supports the previously released NASH Standard for Residential and Low-Rise Steel Framing Part 1: Design Criteria. It covers the structural design of floor, wall, roof and bracing systems as well as assisting with the design of connections, testing structures, durability, fabrication and construction practices. Design tables and manufacturers testing data are included for connections.

The NASH Standard for Residential and Low-Rise Steel Framing Part 1: Design Criteria covers both residential and commercial low-rise steel framed buildings and is fully limit-state based and will enable structural engineers to create efficient and economical steel framing systems. It sets structural adequacy and serviceability aspects of the design criteria for everyday steel-framed structures like houses as well as other low-rise residential and commercial buildings.

The NASH Handbook and the NASH Standard Part 1 do not include steel framing span tables and related information; this will be included in two new standards currently being developed by NASH - Part 2 Span Tables for non cyclonic areas and Part 3 Span Tables for cyclonic areas.



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