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Ordinary Cantilever Column - SDC D, E & F

Ordinary Cantilever Column - SDC D, E & F

Ordinary Cantilever Column - SDC D, E & F

In your opinion, may I use an OCCS in SDC D, E OR F using referenced footnote "i" of table 12.2-1 of the ASCE 7-10?

That footnote is specifically labelled as an exception for OMFs in its own section but is explicitly referenced as a footnote for OCCS in the aforementioned table.


RE: Ordinary Cantilever Column - SDC D, E & F

Looks like it - can't see in any errata suggesting that the "i" footnotes are misplaced.

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RE: Ordinary Cantilever Column - SDC D, E & F

The same note is in ASCE 7-16 but it is now footnote "L". So looks like it's not a misprint.

RE: Ordinary Cantilever Column - SDC D, E & F

That's how I read it.

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