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Re: SEAOC Seismic Design Manual Seminar - Vol. 1

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Dear Colleagues,

Would you please let us know where to order/purchase this manual?

At 10:30 ?ß?ã 99/08/03 EDT, you wrote:
>In a message dated 8/3/99 9:38:49 AM EST, Bill(--nospam--at) writes:
><< There is a repeat of the June 12th seminar on August 7th.
> For those of you who attended the June 12th seminar, I ask, is this event
> worth getting up and going into LA at 7:30 am on a precious Saturday
> Morning? Or, is it more like the February SEAOC wood seminar debacle?
> With regards to the manual, is it helpful and worth the money?
> TIA,
> Bill Allen, S.E.
> Laguna Niguel, CA
>  >>
>It is probably worth your time to go and to spend the money for the book.  I 
>would assume the building departments are going to use Vol 1 in the process 
>of determining Plan Check Corrections and at least you want to understand
>they came up with their reasoning.  The manual is worth the money, since I 
>don't know where else you are going to get an explanation for how to 
>implement the requirements of Chapter 16, and since when can you buy any 
>engineering handbook for less than $100 these days ( I know that some exist, 
>but most seem to cost around $100).  It does seem to do a good job
>how to do tilt-up wall anchorages, which was recent question on the list 
>Yes, there was confusion at the seminar back in June, it was the first time 
>that SEAOC had given the seminar.  Since then, I know it was presented in 
>Sacramento, and I believe it was also offered in San Diego.  I would assume 
>things will go smoother this next go around.  
>Michael Cochran S.E.
Ali Bakhshi, Dr. of Eng.
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Hiroshima University
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