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RE: Steel Tips and Deep Columns for SMRF

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>I personally agree that this deserves further
>study also and could be a potentially economical
>solution to SMRF design. It could also lead to
>better connection design concepts since it provides
>more room for alternate ways of connecting the
>beam to the column.

AISC has funded a project on this that is in progress. The results to date
are very promising, though the final conclusions will have to wait until we
finish the project. I will report back at that time.

Charlie






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