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- From: Sibco6756(--nospam--at)aol.com
- Date: Fri, 12 Feb 1999 16:51:56 EST
thanks to all those who gave answers to my question. I should have been more clear in that there are moments about both directions - so I am not sure how to easily solve this problem by hand using statics. ( I realize that one could write the equations, but solving for the variables in practice seems to be very difficult ) Does the guide proposed by Mr. Charlie Carter of the AISC address the case of moments about both direction ? My anchor bolts will not be symmetrical and I will likely have to add more. - I was looking for an accurate way to get the anchor forces. Mr. Chris Towne asked if I can add vertical stiffeners and the answer is yes. What do you have in mind for the stiffeners ? I know they will help distribute the load to the plate, but will this help my anchor bolts ? I am sorry Roger Turk make a joke at my expense, I am not unfamiliar with the hand methods, but in this case it seemed that a computer solution would be faster and more accurate. I was hoping to use a rational solution method that would let me avoid having to assume an infinitely rigid plate. ( If the plate can be treated to bend a little, the anchor forces should go down also ). thanks again to all, -sib
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