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On Mar 27, 2005, at 10:09 AM, DA wrote:

there an equation to calculate the moment due to differential settlement for footing 15"x18" . 20' long settled 1" can someone have it handy remind me
This one is just as easy to figure out as the cantilever with the end moment. Especially for a P.E. Get yourself a copy of Blodgett's 'Design of Welded Structures' and check the beam bending load cases in the back. Faster that repeated e-mail postings.

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