The steel structure factory building skeleton is a stable structure that is interconnected by columns, beams (or trusses) and supports. It bears and transmits all loads and external effects to the foundation. However, the factory building skeleton is often decomposed into a plane system during design, that is, the horizontal Frame (referred to as steel structure factory building frame) and longitudinal structure are two independent systems. The error caused by this approach can be partially compensated by considering the spatial work of the structure approximately.
The steel structure workshop frame is the main load-bearing structure of the workshop frame. It is a plane structure composed of columns and frame beams. All horizontal water loads and most of the vertical loads are transmitted to the foundation through the workshop frame. In industrial buildings, the steel structure workshop frame has the following three most common structural types;
1. Single-story steel structure workshop frame-a single-story frame composed of plant stepped columns and frame beams (roof or roof beams, hinged or rigidly connected at the top of the column) (when the top of the column is hinged, it can be called the plant bent)