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I would also be very interested in seeing the derivation.  Is this the same
derivation Mike Valley indicates is located in ATC 7?

Johnny Drozdek, E.I.T.
Keymark Enterprises, Inc.


At 08:25 PM 8/15/2000 -0700, you wrote:
>Nels, I will send you the derivation when I get to the office.
>John Rose/APA
>
>Nels Roselund wrote:
>

>> The list seems to have been down temporarily yesterday -- I'm not sure that
>> my question got delivered to the list so I ask it again:
>>
>> >I'm working with the UBC formula for deflection of a plywood sheathed
shear
>> wall in Section 23.223 of UBC Standard 23-2.
>>
>> The deflection determined by the formula and each of the terms in the
>> equation for shear wall deflection have units of length except the nail
slip
>> term, which has units of length x length (h has units of inches, and en --
>> according to Table 23-2-K has units of inches).
>>
>> What am I missing?
>>
>> Nels Roselund
>> Structural Engineer<
>>



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