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The allowable Fb depends on load combinations.
Stresses due to local flange bending is also
important. You need to refer CMAA Publication 70.

Rajendran

--- Chic Gilligan <littlebuddy(--nospam--at)bytheshore.com> wrote:
> Looking for a practical approach for setting a limit
> on some existing
> hoists.  Spans are in the 7' to 7'-6" range for an
> S6x12.5, with the crane
> capacity of 1 ton installed. Crane is hung from the
> bottom flange, so there
> is the tendency to self right itself against lateral
> buckling of the
> compression flange.  Total rail length is about 20'
> with no actual bracing
> of the compression flange.  Any thoughts on
> allowable Fb?  Thanks.
> 
> Chic Gilligan, PE
> Brielle, NJ
> 


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