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- Subject: [SEAOC] Re: [SEAOC] RE: [SEAOC] simpson strength values
- From: Sandy Pringle <sandyp(--nospam--at)beachnet.com>
- Date: Fri, 28 Jun 1996 19:44:41 -0700
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At 12:51 PM 6/28/96 -0800, croser(--nospam--at)s6.hninc.com wrote: > >Tom: >You aren't missing anything. The reduction also would apply to your edge >nailing of the plywood to a 4x post, which devalues your plywood shear wall >capacity. I know that the DSA is commenting on this fact, but I know of no >other agency which enforces this requirement. Does anyone else have >experience to share? > >Jeff Crosier, S.E. > ---------- >From: HARRISENGR(--nospam--at)aol.com >To: seaoc(--nospam--at)power.net; Chung-Yuan Wen; Jeffrey Crosier >Subject: [SEAOC] simpson strength values >Date: Saturday, June 29, 1996 10:48AM > > The Simpson catalog specifies all values are based on dry lumber ( >moisture content under 19% ) on page 6 item e of the 1-1-96 catalog. SNIP >check engineer, i do not see others using this reduction. Am i missing >something ? I would value you comments. > >Tom Harris , SE3803 >Thousand Oaks, CA > Jeff, On a slightly askew note, I'd like to bring up the issue of HD installations. Although drawn on the plans and in the catalogue as mounted flush with the plate, I have found some HDa's monted to the vertical member as much as 2" above the plate. I called Bill Walker of Simpson regarding a project on which the Engineer of Record was asking me to verify the hardware. He told me that the only result was a "loss of deflection". I included this conversation in my report to the Designer, but I didn't receive any comment and when I subsequently visited the site, was told that the Building Inspector didn't consider it an issue. Isn't that something for the Inspection community to be concerned with? Since I am a Special/Deputy Inspector, a framing or hardware inspection is actually outside my sphere of licensing so my report is really in-house to the Engineer only and doesn't have any clout even if I had a call to make. I ask for some feedback, please. R. Sandy Pringle MM sandyp(--nospam--at)beachnet.com http://www.beachnet.com/~sandyp/index.htm Sandy Pringle & Associates "Try not to become a man of success but Structural Inspection Consultants rather to become a man of value." (800)598-1970 Fax(310)376-5294 Albert Einstein Hermosa Beach & Redondo Beach, CA ...
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