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Shear tab connection to column web

Shear tab connection to column web

Shear tab connection to column web

Does anybody know of any reference for checking of shear tab connection to column web?  Thanks.

RE: Shear tab connection to column web

AISC has the downloadable pdf

Design of single Plate Shear Connections

This is what the AISC Engineering Journal gives

The Analysis and Design of Single Plate Framing
Richard, Gillett, Kriegh & Lewis 2qtr80

Design Aids for Single Plate Framing Connections
Young & Disque 4qtr81

Discussion Griffiths 3qtr82

Design of Single Plate Framing Connections with A307
Richard, Kriegh & Hormby 4qtr82

Discussion Becker & Richard 4qtr84

Discussion Becker & Richard 1qtr85

Single-Plate Framing Connections with Grade-50 Steel and
Composite Construction
Hormby, Richard & Kriegh 3qtr84

Errata 1qtr85

Design of Single Plate Shear Connections
Astaneh, Call & McMullin 1qtr89

Discussion Richard 3qtr90

Discussion Astaneh, Call & McMullin 3qtr90

Discussion American Institute of Steel Construction 3qtr90

The critical area of design maybe the yield-lines strength of the web under the tab loads M, V, N, and I think to remember it was portraited if not in these in one or other article in the AISC Structural Journal. With proper knowledge of yield-lines it can as well be derived.

File Pu_to_web1.mcd that I may send to you (answer with an e-mail address) deals with the load normal to the web a web can take.

You have other sheets in the Collaboratory of Mathcad dealing with the design of Shear Tab plates.

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