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Now that the can of worms is open, can we go fishing?  For all of you
"fishing" for a reason, sorry the best I can come up with is "Progress".

FWIW, I use LRFD because I don't want to spend the energy to learned

Another topic - why does strength design of masonry produce such
drastically different results that WSD?

Jake Watson, E.I.T.
Salt Lake City, UT

P.S. In my office - 5 mentors that use ASD and me with my silver books
(gets to be a little lonely at times).  I think I may have convinced one
to convert when V3 comes out.

Scott E Maxwell wrote:
> First, let me apologize to the rest of the list for opening this can of
> worms again.
> I am doing and informal survey to see how many people still use ASD.
> I am NOT trying find which method is better or why, but just trying to
> see how many people have made the switch.
> Now, a simple question for you...which of the following best describes the
> use of steel design methods in your offce:
> 1) Only use ASD
> 2) Only use LRFD
> 3) Mainly use ASD but some LRFD
> 4) Mainly use LRFD but some ASD
> Thanks,
> Scott Maxwell, SE, PE