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- To: Sasha Itsekson <itsekson(--nospam--at)eichleayca.com>, seaoc(--nospam--at)seaoc.org
- Subject: Re: x-brace question
- From: Sam Chang <szchang(--nospam--at)pacbell.net>
- Date: Sun, 15 Mar 1998 14:03:13 -0800
Sorry that I didn't get to your message sooner. You can find the artical regard the wall thickness of tubings built in North America that I refered to in: Modern Steel Construction Feb 1997 Designing With Structural Tubing by Donald R. Sherman Page 37 or AISC Engineering Journal / Third Q. 1996 Page 102 by the same author above Please take a look of the "StlShape" out on the site URL: http://members.tripod.com/~stlshape/index.html Properties for tubes are modified Respecfully Sam Chang, SE Cupertino CA ========================================= >Date: 11 Mar 98 13:00:00 >From: itsekson(--nospam--at)eichleayca.com (ITSEKSON SASHA) >Sam, > >What is the issue of the Modern Steel Construction you are referring to? How did you adjust geometrical properties of the tubes (by reducing the wall thickness)? > >Thanks, >
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