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- From: Reg Spalding <regspalding(--nospam--at)yahoo.com>
- Date: Thu, 9 Sep 2004 09:04:37 -0700 (PDT)
I have a steel ledger angle - vertical leg bolted to a concrete wall, horizontal leg used to support regularly spaced floor joists. I am looking at bending of the horizontal leg under vertical loading. What should the effective length of the horizontal leg be? It should be some value less than, or equal to, the spacing of the joists. A mentor once taught me to use 8 times the thickness of the leg + the width of the joist + 8 times the thickness of the leg, i.e., S = (8t+1.5+8t) x t^2 / 6 (for 2x joists). I have know idea where this method comes from (and I am pretty sure he did not either).
Thank you in advance,
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