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These may be at the supports to prevent crushing (resist shear)

Stan Scholl, P.E.
Laguna Beach,CA

On Mon, 10 Feb 2003 16:41:46 -0500 "Jonathan Mallard"
<jonathan.mallard(--nospam--at)rwhitehead.com> writes:
> I've got an old set of Bridge plans with built-up members, rivets, 
> and the like.
> 
> On one member, I have the following called out:
> 
> 2 Web plates 52" x 7/16"
> 4 Angles 8" x 8" x 3/4"
> 2 Cover Plates 20" x 7/8" Full Length
> 2 Cover Plates 20" x 3/4" x 43'-0"
> 2 Cover Plates 20" x 5/8" x 35'-0"
> 2 Cover Plates 20" x 9/16" x 21'-0"
> 4 Side Plates 12" x 3/8"
> 
> Can anyone tell me what these 4 side plates are?
> 
> I thought at first they might be between the angles and the web 
> plates,
> but at the connection, there is a 3/4" filler plate detailed against 
> the web
> between the angles.
> 
> Thanks in advance for any answers.
> 
> Jonathan Mallard, P.E.
> Design Engineer
> Ralph Whitehead Associates
> (804) 794-1185 
> (804) 378-0923 FAX
> jonathan.mallard(--nospam--at)rwhitehead.com
> www.rwhitehead.com
> 
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