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Base plate affected with uplift force and large moment

Base plate affected with uplift force and large moment

Base plate affected with uplift force and large moment

(OP)
Dear Experts,
i have one question about design of base plates which affected by uplift force and large moment ,
i want to know how to determine the bearing length at bearing interface ,i didn't find any reference for these type of plates.
and i don't think that equation (3.4.3 in AISC design guide 1) will be valid here

i think
if i divide the ACTING MOMENT by DISTANCE BETWEEN ANCHORS i will get the bearing force due to moment at (compression side) then
i will subtract this force from uplift force so i will get the net bearing force so i can calculate the moment acting on plate due to bearing by multiple the bearing force with larger "m or n"
so i can make check base plate at compression side
i don't know if this is the right way or not
i need your help and any suggestion will be helpful
thanks in advance

RE: Base plate affected with uplift force and large moment

I use the anchor rod centre and the opposite side of the baseplate... not centre to centre.

I also use a rectangular stress block for compression. The AISC has a really good design guide for baseplates.

for JAE, center... happy?

Dik

RE: Base plate affected with uplift force and large moment

(OP)
Thanks for your response
but can you provide more illustration for your point

RE: Base plate affected with uplift force and large moment

Grab a copy of the design guide... it's available for free somewhere on the internet, and give it a read... it's a fairly comprehensive document.

Dik

RE: Base plate affected with uplift force and large moment


Tension
1) Model in Hilti Profis Anchor
2) Know the Tension in Bolts.
3) Design the Base palte for cantilever length

Compression
Read the Compressive stress from Hilti Profis Anchor
Check with allowable compression
Check the base plate for unfirm prssure


is Large moment and Tension acting smae combination ?
If not use corresponding value.


Regards
M.S.Boobathi

RE: Base plate affected with uplift force and large moment

(OP)
thanks a lot "msboobathi"
But i asked this question to complete my excel sheet for base plate design ,
the missing case in my excel is what i asked in my question and i try to find out the right way to calculate it manually to update my excel sheet

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