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On Jun 2, 2008, at 6:39 AM, Jordan Truesdell, PE wrote:

I've always wondered what the logic was for this omission.
The effect is generally of concern only for cyclic loading or brittle materials, since fatigue is generally not a concern with building structures. It's probably more of a concern than a lot of people realize, however. There are some detailed lug analysis methodologies, mostly aimed at manual calculation and including fatigue considerations as well as a true assessment of the ultimate load. Lots of references available with a Google search of 'lug analysis/'

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