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- From: "Jake Watson" <jake.watson1(--nospam--at)gmail.com>
- Date: Thu, 3 Jan 2008 10:26:54 -0700
Thanks a million!
I saw this on a job with "stub beams". First time I have seen that system (I've got several papers on them). Scary light in steel weight, but the numbers pencil. Anyone still using this system?
Moment of inertia 0.105 in^4
Section modulus over supports 0.139 in^3
Section modulus at mid span 0.148 in^3
This product was marketed as a composite deck that required shear wires. The shear wires were WWF welded to the metal deck and is what provides the composite action. This did not last long in the industry because of shipping costs versus the detented deck which could be shipped nested.
Date: Wed, 2 Jan 2008 11:03:37 -0700
Subject: MAC-CORE Type-1 Deck
I am look for properties for a "MAC-CORE Type 1" 24 gage deck from 1972. It was used in Pennsylvania.
Any help would be appreciated,
Jake Watson, S.E.
Salt Lake City, UT
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