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As beam and column tend to close inwardly, the intersection is subjected to large forces. And the web there suffers a lot and may need to be strengthened by diagonal stiffeners. I am not familiar with type b, however I am more interested in your capability to analyse the situation yourself. The basic idea is panel shear and you can read for example Omer W. Blodget's book "Design of Welded Structures" to get a feel for that. Panel shear is a problem in many beam column connections designed to transfer moments. So there are many references on the subject.

I hope this helps and forgive me if you receive a virus I have never heard of.





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