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Current practices and future directions of steel design in Japan

Yamaguchi, Eiki    (Department of Civil Engineering, Kyushu Institute of Technology  );
  • 초록

    Four design codes/regulations for steel structures in Japan are briefly reviewed. Some of them employ the limit state design concept while the others are still based on the allowable stress design concept. The process for revision is now in action. The directions in the development of structural design codes are also reported herein. It is noted that a current trend in this development is to employ the performance-based design concept that has been successfully implemented in some seismic design codes.


  • 주제어

    Japanese design codes .   steel structures .   allowable stress design .   limit state design .   performance-based design.  

  • 참고문헌 (14)

    1. Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport (2002), Basis of Structural Design for Buildings and Public Works, http://www.mlit.go.jp/kisha/kisha02/13/131021/131021_e.pdf. 
    2. Subcommittee on Design Code for Steel Structures (1997), Design Code for Steel Structures Part A; Structures in General, Committee on Steel Structures, JSCE, Tokyo, Japan. 
    3. Subcommittee on Fundamental Study of Performance-Based Design for Steel Structures (2003), Towards Construction of Performance-Based Design for Steel Structures, Steel Structures Committee, JSCE, Tokyo, Japan. (in Japanese) 
    4. Yuge, T., Machida, F., Morikawa, H., Miki, C., Kamiki, T. and Masui, T. (2004),"Analysis of fatigue damage patterns in orthotropic steel deck of Tokyo Metropolitan Expressways", Orthotropic Bridge Conference (to appear). 
    5. Committee on Fundamental Study of Comprehensive Design Code (2003), Code Platform Ver.1: Principles, Guidelines and Terminologies for Structural Design Code Drafting Founded on the Performance-Based Design Concept, JSCE, Tokyo, Japan. (in Japanese) 
    6. Fujino, Y. (2003),"Highway bridge design specifications in Japan and some discussions related to the design specifications", Proc. of the 6th Japan-China-Korea Symposium on Structural Steel Construction, 29-40. 
    7. Honjo, Y., Kusakabe, O., Ichikawa, A., Sato, T., Yamamoto, S., Katsuki, S., Tani, K., Yamaguchi, E., Sugiyama, T., Sawada, S., Tanimura, Y., Kmihigashi, Y. and Sasaki, Y. (2003),"Development of 'code platform': principles, guidelines and terminologies for structural design code drafting founded on performance based design concept", Proc. of the 5th JCOSSAR. (in Japanese) 
    8. ISO (1998), General Principles on Reliability for Structures, ISO2394, 3rd edition. 
    9. Japan Road Association (1997), Fatigue of Steel Bridges, Maruzen, Tokyo, Japan. (in Japanese) 
    10. Japan Road Association (2002), Design Specifications for Highway Bridges, Maruzen, Tokyo, Japan. (in Japanese) 
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    14. Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport (2000), Design Standard for Railway Structures and Commentary (Steel and Composite Structures), Maruzen, Tokyo, Japan. (in Japanese) 

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