The use of cold-formed sections as structural members, and corrugated sheeting in roofing, is nowadays widespread. Research carried out over the past five decades has shown the substantial advantages provided by cold-forming techniques in terms of optimisation of load-bearing function and space-covering ability. Development of such techniques continues apace, with improved manufacturing technology and increased material strength. This design handbook, with a free windows-based computer programme on CD-ROM, allows the user to easily evaluate the strength of a cross-section and the buckling resistance of steel and aluminium members. Highlighting the theoretical basis of problems and the design approach necessary to overcome them, it comprehansively covers design to Eurocode 9, and AISI specifications. Design of Metallic Cold-formed Thin-walled Members is an essential handbook for structural engineers in the design office. The software programme enables quick, accurate calculations to be made, and can reduce design time considerably. It will also be of interest to academics and postgraduate students.