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Meaning of S.R.?

Meaning of S.R.?

RE: Meaning of S.R.?

stress ratio perhaps?

The name is a long story -- just call me Lo.

RE: Meaning of S.R.?

The spreadsheet defines SR as different items in different cells. Doesn't look much like a ratio to me.

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RE: Meaning of S.R.?

to me is the ratio between actual stress divided by allowable stress : that is < 1 OK

or ,if you prefer, 1/SR > 1 safety coeff

RE: Meaning of S.R.?

Aren't acronyms grand?

RE: Meaning of S.R.?

And aren't spreadsheets grand when they don't allow you to see the formula behind a cell?

RE: Meaning of S.R.?

Too bad they don't identify LRFD or ASD SR's.

It does make a difference.

Mike McCann, PE, SE (WA)

RE: Meaning of S.R.?

If it were a drawing showing a leader with initials SR, pointing at a corner, my interpretation would be spherical radius.

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