I would like to determine the R value for a steel cantilever column that supports wood beams and framing. ASCE 7-05 references special, intermediate and ordinary moment frame systems under the cantilever column section in table 12.2-1. It referances 14.1 for detailing requirements for each type which then sends me to AISC 341 which discusses moment frames with R = 3 and higher. Most of the requirements are in regards to the beam to column connection. What is special for different methods when it comes to cantilevered columns?
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