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RE: seaint Digest for 17 Oct 2002

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Dear list,

Is there a design procedure that can be followed for a moment connection
for a wide flange beam to a pipe column.  The AISC "Hollow Structural
Sections" manual has a wealth of info on connection to rectangular
columns, but unless I'm missing it, it is silent on round tubes.  The
safest way that I know of is to cut the pipe at the top and bottom
flange and install thru plates (figure 5-13a), very expensive.  Does
anyone know of any documentation on another way?

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