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Hi Joe,
I have a Structural Tube Manual at home.  I'll give you a call tonight.
It isn't ASD.  I believe it was put out by AWS.

>>> j.grill(--nospam--at) 03/19/03 11:41AM >>>
I have a fairly heavily loaded TS section used as a bm.  I want to check the
vertical (webs) of the section for web yielding and crippling, but using ASD
methodology.  I know that makes some of you shake, but for office politics I
must.  Is it OK to use equations from chapter K of the specs to do this as
used on pages 2-141 and 142 using 2 walls instead of one web (from the bm in
the example).

Also, are there any ASD texts out there written to ASD design of tubular steel

Joseph R. Grill, PE

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