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Structuralist.Net Mathcad Template Forum: Round HSS Column Design and Welded Tee Flange Connection to W Beam to HSS Column

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I am pleased to announce that two new templates have been added to the
MathCad forum on the Software Productivity Discussion board of the
Structuralist.Net Services. These were created by Bill Polhemus SE using
the AISC LRFD Design Methods. You can find the files by pasting the
following link in the address section of your Internet browser:

WITH HTTP:// AND ENDING WITH BID=68.  If the link occurs on multiple
lines, you must copy each section to form one continuous address as
noted above. 

1. Round HSS Column Design using AISC LRFD Design Methods;
2. Welded Tee Flange Connection to Wide Flange Beam to HSS Column using
AISC LRFD Design methods.

Full descriptions are added as replies to the Template notifications on
the forum.

There is some difficulty downloading MCD files from the bulletin board.
I have included special instructions for saving and launching the
MathCad files. Please read the replies to each post for additional
instructions and a description of each template.

Please keep your templates coming and I'll help you get them on the
server if you have any problems. My appreciation to all of you who have
helped this forum grow.

Dennis S. Wish, PE
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