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...Unless it's a DSA project.  They want omega applied
to the footing somehow.  Nobody seems sure how to do
this as the omega level load combinations usually
result in an eccentricity beyond the edge of the footing.

Mark Pemberton, P.E.
Sacramento, CA

-----Original Message-----
From: Martin N. Pohll [mailto:mpohll(--nospam--at)mindspring.com]
Sent: Wednesday, January 23, 2002 5:59 PM
To: SEAOC
Subject: Foundations


I am stuck on an issue and need some input.
If the uplift from a braced frame is resisted by the dead load of the
footing, what force should be applied to the footing?
    0.9DL-E/1.4
    0.9DL-E
    0.9DL-OmegaE


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