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That's a good question, Al.  I would guess that by the
time your checking the member at the connection, you
would design for block shear failure, or bearing
failure because that's where the shear transfer is
occuring...
David Topete, PE
SF, CA
--- Al Greene <agreene(--nospam--at)bigge.com> wrote:

> Hello World,
> 
> Can someone cite the specific page where the ASD 9th
> edition, part 5,
> lets you neglect fastener bolt holes for web shear? 
> That's the
> assertion in Salmon and Johnson, 3rd edition, pg
> 430, ref. 1.5.  Sure
> would appreciate knowing where to find it.
> 
> Thanks,
> 
> Al Greene, PE
> Civil Engineer
> Bigge Crane & Rigging Co.
> San Leandro, CA
> 510-639-4041
> 
> 
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