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Joe:
My understanding is that the force has to be scaled back to the value of 4.5 (and then multiplied by Omega.)

L.C.


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Subject: Re: collector design in wood frame structures

Eliseo:

The conservative answer.....R for structure changes from 5.5  to 4.5.

Non-conservative use .....R is still 5.5, light frame wood structure exemption.

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