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Re: 1997 NDS vs 2001 NDS: Stl side plate double shear

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Title: Re: 1997 NDS vs 2001 NDS: Stl side plate double shear

The short answer is you have to consider ALL modes for connection design in the 2001/2005 NDS(r). The longer answer is available in the following paper: http://www.awc.org/Publications/papers/NDS2001article.pdf

HTH

Buddy

John "Buddy" Showalter, P.E.
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On Mon, 29 Aug 2005 utej(--nospam--at)comcast.net wrote:
> 1997 NDS section 8.3.2.1 (wood-to-metal connections) states to calc
> Mode Im, IIIs, and IV, but not Mode Is (bearing dominated failure of
> steel side members). 2001 NDS section 11.3.1 states to calc Mode Im,
> Is, IIIs, and IV; however, Fes for the steel plate is larger (Fes =
> 2.2*Fu/1.6) than in the 1997 NDS (Fes = Fu). Is there anywhere in the
> 2001 NDS that states that one does not have to consider Mode Is for a
> steel side plate double shear connection as there is in the 1997 NDS?