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RE: Torsion in wide flange shapes

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>Charlie Carter et al did a great
>job with the AISC Design Guide 9.  Of
>particular value are the graphical
>representations of the differential
>equations involved in the solution.

Thanks, Rick. All those differential equations were a lot of fun to
re-derive.

Some may also be interested in WinTORQ, and AISC eTool that automates the
grahical torsion functions. Look at it here:


https://www.aisc.org/publications/shop.asp?action=displayitem&show=one&id=35
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See AISC Design Guide 9 here:


https://www.aisc.org/publications/shop.asp?action=displayitem&show=one&id=21
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Charlie

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