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RE: Design of Steel Joists

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Instead of a net uplift diagram, we provide a gross uplift diagram which is primarily used by the roofing manufacturer/contractor for determination of the required fastener.

 

Warren S. Foy
Structural Design Manager
The Mason & Hanger Group Inc.

 

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From: Matthew Stuart [mailto:m.stuart(--nospam--at)aespj.com]
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Subject: RE: Design of Steel Joists

To assure yourself that the joist manufacturer is designing for the correct uplift loads you must provide a net roof uplift diagram on the drawings.  This is typically done in conjunction with the roof diaphragm connector diagram.