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- Subject: Re: single angle members
- From: itsekson(--nospam--at)eichleayca.com (ITSEKSON SASHA)
- Date: 26 Mar 98 15:44:44
We use single angles as webs in trusses all the time. Reference AICS 9th addition pp. 3-53 thru 3-58 and pp. 5-309 thru 5-323 for specifications and examples. Hope this helps. Sasha Itsekson, PE Eichleay Engineers ---------- From: John Nichols[:cejn(--nospam--at)engmail.newcastle.edu.au] Sent: Thursday, March 26, 1998 1:31 AM To: seaoc Cc: ITSEKSON SASHA Subject: Re: single angle members I would assume an eccentric loading if the resutant does not pass through the appropriate point. I prefer channels. Watch out for points where moisture can not get away if it is outside. Once had to demolish a 120 foot truss 180 feet in air that had solid rust bottom chords. At 15:56 25/03/98 -0600, you wrote: >Does anyone have advice on the use of single angles as web members in a truss? How is the compressive capacity of the single angle determined? If the angles are welded to the gusset plates, is there still a concern on eccentric loading of the angle, or is it assumed the angle is concentrically loaded and designed accordingly? > >Any help would be appreciated. > >Jerry King > > > > >
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