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Are long slotted holes prohibited for single plate connections if the holes 
 are oriented normal to the design load?

Furthermore, can a ST joint be used in this situation if a continuous PL 
type washer is placed over the slotted holes?

Thanks,
Charlie Canitz, PE

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From: Canitz, Charles NAB <Charles.F.Canitz(--nospam--at)usace.army.mil>
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Sent: 08-Jan-2013 23:51:26 +0000
Subject: Re: Single Plate LST Holes

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From: Canitz, Charles NAB
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Subject: Single Plate LST Holes

Are long slotted holes prohibited for single plate connections if the holes 
 are oriented normal to the design load?

Furthermore, can a ST joint be used in this situation if a continuous PL 
type washer is placed over the slotted holes?

Thanks,
Charlie Canitz, PE
Sent from my BlackBerry so my apology for any errors and brevity

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