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- Date: Tue, 5 Oct 1999 12:05:43 -0400
If I understand what you're saying, the stiffener should be connected near the top of the girder - to laterally support the compression flange. -----Original Message----- From: +AME-ngel G+APM-mez +AFs-mailto:agomezes+AEA-vianet.com.mx+AF0- Sent: Tuesday, October 05, 1999 9:03 AM To: seaint+AEA-seaint.org Subject: stiffener welded to tension flange? In a unssuported compresion flange for a simple span girder (bridge) if transverse stiffener,,joined to a stringer,is used to stabilize the compresion flange. Should the transverse stiffener be welded to the tension flange wheter the fatige category at the stiffener weld termination is still AASHTO fatigue category C?
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