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Scott: 
Your drawing is correct. I assumed all bearing on the
top flange and used the NDS (2001 Edition) Eq. 3.4-3
to calculate allowable shear.

Thanks for your drawing. 
Irv 


> Just so that I can make sure that I am reading this
> correct...does it kind
> of look something like this (time for a little ASCII
> art):
> 
>  |-----------------------------
>  |     ^
>  |  7" |
>  |     |
>  |----------| ^
>             | |
>    <- 6" -> | 2"
>  |----------| |
>  |
>  |
>  |
>  |------------------------------
> 
> If so, then where is the PSL "really" bearing?  At
> the top flange?  At the
> bottom flange?  Both flanges?
> 
> Assuming you are doing notch check per the NDS. 
> Correct assumption?
> 
> Regards,
> 
> Scott
> Adrian, MI

 


       
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