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Re: Bracing Requirements

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Michel Blangy wrote:

I have a two-story, none-building test frame. Vert. loads are applied at the
top of each of the two columns.  Columns are pinned top and bottom.
Out-of-plane bracing is provided. I am seeking guidance on the proportioning
of in-plane cross braces.
Just remember: The "Left-wing" portion of the bracing will always be weaker than the "right-wing" portion.

Configure accordingly.

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