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Either I missed the answers, or nobody answered, so I'm repeating the question:

--- Keith Fix <kefix(--nospam--at)yahoo.com> wrote:
> While reading thru the IBC 2000 code and trying to make decisions regarding
> camber of composite Girders, I came across a reference in 1604.3.3 to ASCE 3.
> 
> In the References chapter of the code, this is specified as ASCE 3-84,
> however;
> ASCE 3-91 / ASCE 9?-91 is the most recent version listed on the ASCE web
> site.
> 
> I do not have a copy of either to review.  
> 
> 1. What is contained therin, and how much use is the information?
> 
> 2. Specifically, IBC 2000 refers to its use in determining deflection
> criteria;
> so what does it (ASCE 3) have to say on the subject?
> 
> 3. Should this be part of my company's library?
> 
> 4. Is a new release of ASCE 3 in the works?
> 

Keith Fix
Cromwell Architects Engineers

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