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AISC Seismic Design Manual page 3-26

AISC Seismic Design Manual page 3-26

AISC Seismic Design Manual page 3-26

I'm reviewing the AISC design example for an OCBF Brace-to-Beam/Column Connection - Bolted.

At the very top of page 3-26, the second sentence references an "analysis found on Manual page 13-10". I've also seen this reference in other parts of this book.

What "manual" are they refering to?



RE: AISC Seismic Design Manual page 3-26

Probably the Steel Construction Manual, 13th edition.

RE: AISC Seismic Design Manual page 3-26

Yes they are talking about the AISC manual, the section is "Design of bracing connections and truss connections"

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