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WANTED :-Steel column design spreadsheet
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WANTED :-Steel column design spreadsheet

WANTED :-Steel column design spreadsheet

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Can anyone tell me where I can get a combined bending and compression steel column design spreadsheet, to AISC rules from ?
If anyone has produced one, could you please give me a copy. Perhaps I have something that I could swop for it ?

RE: WANTED :-Steel column design spreadsheet

Maybe it isn't the right software, but maybe will be useful for you
Try the link: http://www.mitcalc.com

Mirekp
Mechanical and engineering calculations
www.mitcalc.com

RE: WANTED :-Steel column design spreadsheet

For anyone that is confused by the www address that bashabo provided - remove the ".-This" from your address listing and you will be directed to the websire.  

Thanks bashabo!  I have not reviewed any of the spreadsheets but they look like they will be very usefull.

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