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>Charlie Carter might be able to offer some
>words of wisdom.  Also, take a look at AISC's
>1997 Seismic Provisions for some addition
>information on eccentric brace systems.

I'm a little fuzzy on what's being proposed for the brace. Is it a diagonal
that goes from a node in the frame to the midpoint of a beam with no other
members framing to the brace to take the force out of it?

Charlie

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