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- From: Michael D Zaitz <mzaitz(--nospam--at)surfsouth.com>
- Date: Fri, 07 Feb 1997 08:26:39 -0800
How would you check the local bending in a tube (or pipe) column when the connection is a shear plate. There is the eccentricity of the bolt holes to the column which puts a small local moment into the column. Our method is to get the resulting moment couple (using moment / length of shear plate) and check the surface as a flat plat for tubes or as an arch for pipes (using Roark's) and taking the area resisting the force to be about 4 in. for the calculation of Sx. Then using an allowable stress of 0.75Fy. Any other suggestions? Mike
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