MS ROOF TRUSS are uses in a wide range of buildings in Recent times. This System is growing rapidly in almost all parts of the world. These are steel buildings in which excess steel avoids. The use of steel structures is highly economical and Eco friendly. By the application of this we can reduce the usage and wastage of natural resources using in construction fields.
It reduces the Construction cost and time of Mass buildings and Heavy RCC structures. By application of this we can reduce mass pollution and prevent nature. This Systems Makes a Revolution in Steel Industry.
MS ROOF TRUSS
MS ROOF TRUSS is a straight interconnected structural element triangular in shape. It makes by welding multiple structural elements together to form a single component or single Structure known as Truss. It uses to carry heavy loads and acts like load transfer Structure.
MS ROOF TRUSS engages in areas where span of building is large. Roofing for aircraft hangers, airport terminals, industrial buildings, indoor Stadiums, auditoriums, etc, made by Truss.
It uses often in steel structures like Building roofs, Towers, Bridges, etc,. It helps in reducing weight of building.
Its triangular shapes helps MS ROOF TRUSS to distribute loads uniformly. And it helps to transfer loads in varying, compression and tension. This happens without any bending and shearing on truss members. It is made of three main elements like horizontal, vertical and cross members.
These members normally known as chords. The cross members are known as bracing. In structural engineering, the DESIGN OF MS ROOF TRUSS made by structural engineers and fabricators.
MS ROOF TRUSS MEMBERS
Truss consists of three main elements known as top, bottom chord and bracing. Top Chord is a inclined or a horizontal member fixes in the upper edge of truss. This tends to compressive and bending stresses.
Bottom chord is a horizontal member fixes in the lower edge of a truss, carrying all ceiling loads. This tends to tensile and bending stresses.
Bracing are connection members in between both chords.
These truss chords resists all tension and compression in members and avoids bending. These truss requires less materials to support loads compares with RCC structures. The weight of truss reduces by using more bracing supports and less chords.
These end members connects at joints known as nodes. These nodes carries load and transfer loads to load bearing members like, beams, columns connects to ground.