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Re[2]: steel cables

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     ASCE 19-96 "Structural Applications of Steel Cables for Buildings" has 
     some good general information and design criteria.  This is the latest 
     in the way of code requirements that I know of.   
     
     Ed Haninger
     Fluor Daniel


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Subject: Re: steel cables
Author:  Charlie Carter <carter(--nospam--at)aiscmail.com> at fdinet
Date:    12/27/98 11:41 PM


Check the list of ASCE publications on their web site (I think its 
www.asce.org). It is something like ASCE 3 or ASCE 19 that covers steel 
cables.
     
Charlie
     
Chris Stutzki wrote:
> 
>      From: Chris Stutzki <Stutzkic(--nospam--at)merousa.com> 
>          To: seaint(--nospam--at)seaint.org
>     Subject: QUESTION REGARDING DESIGN OF CABLE STRUCTURES 
> 
>     Which handbook or manual is the most recent one dealing with the 
> structural design of cable structures (like pretensioned cable nets, 
> cable stayed roofs) ? Where can I find useful information about load 
> factors when using the LRFD approach?
>