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Program Description:

"CLIPCONN" is a spreadsheet program written in MS-Excel for the purpose of analysis of steel beam end

connections using double clip angles either welded or bolted to the beam web, and bolted to either the column

flange, column web, or girder web. The connections may be subjected to end shear reaction and/or axial load.

Specifically, all applicable "limit states" for the end connection analysis pertaining to the clip angles, bolts, beam

web, column flange or web, and girder web are checked.

Doc This documentation sheet

Welded Clips(Col Flg) Clip angles welded to beam web and bolted to column flange

Welded Clips(Col Web) Clip angles welded to beam web and bolted to column web

Welded Clips(Girder) Clip angles welded to beam web and bolted to girder web

Bolted Clips(Col Flg) Clip angles bolted to beam web and bolted to column flange

Bolted Clips(Col Web) Clip angles bolted to beam web and bolted to column web

Bolted Clips(Girder) Clip angles bolted to beam web and bolted to girder web

Uncoped Beam Table End shear reaction capacities for uncoped beams using clip angles

1. This program follows the procedures and guidelines of the AISC 9th Edition Allowable Stress (ASD) Manual

(1989) and the AISC 9th Edition Manual Vol. II - Connections (1992).

2. This program uses the database of member dimensions and section properties from the "AISC Shapes

Database", Version 3.0 (2001) as well as the AISC 9th Edition (ASD) Manual (1989).

3. This program assumes that the tension capacity for any "limit state" is reduced by the presence of shear.

For allowable bolt tension in the presence of shear, the "interaction" (combined stresses) is handled directly

by the AISC Code equations. For other "limit states" in combined stresses such as bolt bearing, gross and

net shear and tension, and block shear and tension tearout, the effect of "interaction" is handled by use of

the formula, P/Ra+(R/Rv)^2=1, as suggested from the following reference:

"Combined Shear and Tension Stress" - by Subhash C. Goel, AISC Journal, 3rd Qtr.-1986.

Thus, the reduction factor applied to the tension "limit state" capacity is = (1-R/Rv)^2.

where: R = actual shear end reaction

Rv = allowable shear capacity for the particular "limit state" considered

4. This program follows the procedure for "yield line" theory for the flexural analysis of either a column web or

a girder web subjected to an axial load, as outlined in "Connections" by Larry S. Muir and William A. Thornton

and published by Cives Steel Company.

(Note: This booklet is a reprint of Chapter 3, from the "Structural Steel Designer's Handbook, 4 th Edition.)

5. This program contains numerous comment boxes which contain a wide variety of information including

explanations of input or output items, equations used, data tables, etc. (Note: presence of a comment box

is denoted by a red triangle in the upper right-hand corner of a cell. Merely move the mouse pointer to the

desired cell to view the contents of that particular "comment box".)

"CLIPCONN.xls" Program

Version 2.0

Using Clip Angles Bolted to Column Flange and Welded to Beam Web

Subjected to Shear and/or Axial Load

Job Name: Subject: ###

Job Number: Originator: Checker: ###

###

Input Data: ###

###

Beam and Column Data: tf=0.94 ###

Beam Size = W36x160 d=14.5 ###

Column Size = W14x120 ###

Beam Yield Stress, Fyb = 36 ksi ###

Column Yield Stress, Fyc = 36 ksi Face of Col. Flange ###

Connection Loadings: g=5.5 ta=0.375 ###

Beam End Reaction (Shear), R = 65.00 kips ED=1.25

Beam Axial Force, P = 30.00 kips D1=3.5

Nr=10 S ###

Connection Data and Parameters: S P=30 k

Angle Leg (OSL) at Column, Lc = 4.000 in. R= 65 k ###

Angle Leg at Beam Web, Lb = 3.500 in. Lc=4 A325

Angle Leg Thickness, ta = 0.3750 in. s=0.5 A490

Yield Stress of Angles, Fya = 36 ksi Lb=3.5 N

Diameter of Bolts, db = 0.875 in. X

ASTM Bolt Desig. (A325 or A490) = A325 General Nomenclature

Bolt Type (N, X, or SC) = N Standard

Bolt Hole Type in Clip Angles = Standard tw=0.65 c=0 Oversized

Number of Bolts in Vert. Row, Nr = 10 tf=1.02 dc1=0

Dist. from Top/Beam to Bolts, D1 = 3.5000 in. ###

Bolt Vertical Spacing in Angles, S = 3.0000 in. ###

Bolt Gage in Angle OSL's, g = 5.500 in. d=36 ###

Edge Distance for Angles, ED = 1.250 in. ###

Beam Setback Distance, s = 0.5000 in. ###

Length of Flange Cope(s), c = 0.0000 in. bf=12 dc2=0

Depth of Top Flange Cope, dc1 = 0.0000 in. c=0 ###

Depth of Bottom Flange Cope, dc2 = 0.0000 in. ###

Fillet Weld Size, = 1/ 4 in. Beam and Cope Nomenclature

Col. Web Doubler Plate Thk., td = 0.0000 in. ###

Doubler Plate Yield Stress, Fyd = 36 in. ###

###

Member Properties: ###

Beam: Column: ###

A = 47.00 A= 35.30 in.^2 ###

d = 36.000 d= 14.500 in. ###

tw = 0.650 tw = 0.590 in. ###

bf = 12.000 bf = 14.700 in. ###

tf = 1.020 tf = 0.940 in. ###

k = 1.7700 k= 1.5400 in. Yes

No

Rvg =

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Avn =

Results: Rvn =

Block Shear (

General Parameters: Av =

Bolt and Material Data: At =

dh = 0.9375 in. dh = db+1/16 (Standard hole for 0.875 in. bolts in angles) Rbs =

dhc = 0.9375 in. dhc = db+1/16 (Standard hole for 0.875 in. bolts in col. flange) Clip Angles to

Ab = 0.6013 in.^2 Ab = *db^2/4 (nominal area/bolt) "C-shaped" W

Fua = 58.0 ksi Fua = 58 for Fya = 36 (for angles) L=

Fub = 58.0 ksi Fub = 58 for Fyb = 36 (for beam) kL =

Fuc = 58.0 ksi Fuc = 58 for Fyc = 36 (for column) xL =

aL =

Clip Angles to Support: a=

Bolt Tension and Shear: (Note: eccentricity between C.L.'s of beam and connection is ignored) k =

Nb = 20 bolts Nb = 2*Nr (total number of bolts at support connection) C1 =

Tb = 39.0 kips Tb = Pretension from AISC Table J3.7, page 5-77 (for A325 bolts) C=

vb = 3.25 kips/bolt vb = R/Nb (actual shear/bolt) Pr =

fv = 5.40 ksi fv = vb/Ab (actual bolt shear stress) =

Fv = 21.00 ksi Fv = Allow. shear stress from AISC Table J3.2, page 5-73 (for N bolts)Co =

Vb = 12.63 kips/bolt Vb = Fv*Ab (allowable shear/bolt) C(max) =

Rbv = 252.55 kips Rbv = Nb*Vb (allow. shear load) Rbv >= R, O.K. A=

T= 1.50 kips/bolt T = P/Nb (actual tension/bolt) Ca/Co =

ft = 2.49 ksi ft = T/Ab (actual bolt tension stress) Ca =

Ft = 42.52 ksi Ft = SQRT(44^2-4.39*fv^2) (allow. tension stress for N bolts) (req'd) =

B = 25.57 kips/bolt B = Ft*Ab (allow. tension/bolt) (min) =

Rbt = 511.34 kips Rbt = Nb*B (allow. tension load) Rbt >= P, O.K. (max) =

Rwr =

Prying Action and Clip Angle Bending at OSL's: Rwv =

p = 2.7500 in. p = Min. of: S or S/2+ED (tributary angle length/bolt) Rwa =

b = 2.0500 in. b = (g-tw)/2-ta Gross Shear

b' = 1.6125 in. b' = b-db/2 Avg =

a = 1.5750 in. a = minimum of: (bfc-g)/2 , (2*Lc+twb-g)/2 , or 1.25*b Rvg =

a' = 2.0125 in. a' = a+db/2 Gross Tensio

= 0.8012 = b'/a' Atg =

d' = 0.9375 d' = dh Rtg =

= 0.6591 = 1-d'/p Eccentric Loads on Weld Groups - TABLE XXIII Coefficients, "C

= 20.025 = (1/)*(B/T-1) k

' = 1.0000 If >= 1: ' = 1, If < 1: ' = lesser of 1.0 or (1/)*(/(1-)) a

ta(req'd) = 0.3432 in. ta(req'd) = SQRT(8*T*b'/(p*Fya*(1+*'))) ta >= ta(req'd), O.K. ###

tc = 1.8252 in. tc = SQRT(8*B*b'/(p*Fya)) ###

' = 19.1126 ' = 1/(*(1+))*((tc/ta)^2-1) ###

Ra = 35.81 kips If ' >1: Ra = Nb*B*(ta/tc)^2*(1+) , If ' < 0: Ra = Nb*B ###

If 0 <= ' <= 1: Ra = Nb*B*(ta/tc)^2*(1+*') Ra >= P, O.K. ###

Bolt Bearing Capacity of (2) Clip Angles at OSL's: ###

C1 = 0 in. C1 = Spacing increment from AISC Table J3.4, page 5-76 ###

C2 = 0 in. C2 = Edge distance increment from AISC Table J3.6, page 5-76 ###

Rpe = 27.19 kips Rpe = 2*(0.50*Fua*(ED-C2)*ta)*(1) ###

Rps = 411.08 kips Rps = 2*(1.2*Fua*db*ta)*(Nr-1) (C1 is not applicable for S >= 3*db) ###

Rp = 438.26 kips Rp = Rpe+Rps <= 2*(1.2*Fua*db*ta)*(Nr) Rp >= R, O.K. ###

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###

Clip Angles to Support (continued): ###

Gross Shear Capacity of (2) Clip Angles at OSL's: ###

Avg = 22.125 in.^2 Avg = 2*((Nr-1)*S+(2*ED))*ta ###

Rvg = 318.60 kips Rvg = 0.40*Fya*Avg Rvg >= R, O.K. ###

###

Net Shear Capacity of (2) Clip Angles at OSL's: ###

Avn = 15.094 in.^2 Avn = Avg-2*(Nr*dh*ta) ###

Rvn = 262.63 kips Rvn = 0.30*Fua*Avn Rvn >= R, O.K. ###

###

Block Shear ("L-shaped") Capacity of (2) Clip Angles at OSL's: ###

Av = 14.508 in.^2 Av = 2*((ED+(Nr-1)*S)-((Nr-1)*dh+dh/2))*ta k Index:

At = 0.830 in.^2 At = 2*((2*Lc+tw-g)/2-dh/2)*ta Beam Checks

Rbs = 276.50 kips Rbs = 0.30*Fua*Av+0.50*Fua*At Rbs >= R, O.K. Gross Shear

Avg =

Clip Angles to Beam Web: Rvg =

"C-shaped" Welding: (using AISC Table XXIII, page 4-79 and Alternate Method 2) Gross Tensio

L = 29.500 in L = (Nr-1)*S+2*ED (vertical height of "C-shaped" weld) Atg =

kL = 3.000 in. kL = Lb-s (horizontal width of "C-shaped" weld) Rtg =

xL = 0.254 in xL = ((kL)^2/(2*(kL)+L)) (centroid of "C-shaped" weld) Block Shear (

aL = 3.246 in. aL = Lb-(xL) (eccentricity of shear reaction, R, to C.G. of weld) Av =

a= 0.110 a = (aL)/L At =

k = 0.102 k = (kL)/L Rbs =

C1 = 1.0 C1 = 1.0 for E70XX electrode Tension Tear-

C = 0.903 C = "C" coefficient interpolated from AISC Table XXIII, page 4-79) Av =

Pr = 71.59 kips Pr = SQRT(R^2+P^2) (total resultant load taken by 2 welds) At =

= 24.78 deg. = 90-(ATAN((R/2)/(P/2))) (angle from vertical) Rto =

Co = 0.903 Co = "C" coefficient from AISC Table XXIII, page 4-79 Tension Tear-

C(max) = 1.117 C(max) = 0.928*(1+2*k) Av =

A = 1.236 A = C(max)/Co >= 1.0 At =

Ca/Co = 1.000 Ca/Co = A/(SIN+A*COS) >= 1.0 Rto =

Ca = 0.903 Ca = (Ca/Co)*Co Beam Checks

(req'd) = 0.0839 in. (size) (req'd) = ((Pr/2)/((C or Ca)*C1*L))/16 (per weld) Gross Shear

(min) = 0.1875 in. (min) = Min. fillet weld size from AISC Table J2.4, page 5-67 Avg =

(max) = 0.3152 in. (max) = 0.40*Fyb*tw/((SQRT(2)/2)*0.30*70*2) Rvg =

Rwr = 213.21 kips Rwr = 2**16*(C or Ca)*C1*L (where: = Min. of: and (max)) Gross Tensio

Rwv = 193.59 kips Rwv = Rwr*COS (vertical) Rwv >= R, O.K. Atg =

Rwa = 89.35 kips Rwv = Rwr*SIN (axial) Rwa >= P, O.K. Rtg =

Weld(used) >= weld(req'd), O.K. Block Shear (

Gross Shear Capacity of (2) Clip Angles at Beam Web: Av =

Avg = 22.125 in.^2 Avg = 2*((Nr-1)*S+(2*ED))*ta At =

Rvg = 318.60 kips Rvg = 0.40*Fya*Avg Rvg >= R, O.K. Rbs =

Tension Tear-

Gross Tension Capacity of (2) Clip Angles at Beam Web: Av =

Atg = 22.125 in.^2 Atg = 2*((Nr-1)*S+(2*ED))*ta At =

Rtg = 458.01 kips Rtg = (0.60*Fya*Atg)*(1-(R/Rvg)^2) Rtg >= P, O.K. Rto =

(Ref.: "Combined Shear and Tension Stress" Tension Tear-

by: Subhash C. Goel, AISC Journal, 3rd Qtr.-1986) Av =

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Rto =

Web Buckling

Beam Checks for Uncoped Flanges: ho =

Gross Shear Capacity of Beam Web: e=

Avg = 23.400 in.^2 Avg = d*tw yc =

Rvg = 336.96 kips Rvg = 0.40*Fyb*Avg Rvg >= R, O.K. In =

Sn =

Gross Tension Capacity of Beam: c/ho =

Atg = 47.000 in.^2 Atg = A k=

Rtg = 977.42 kips Rtg = (0.60*Fyb*Atg)*(1-(R/Rvg)^2) Rtg >= P, O.K. c/d =

f=

Block Shear ("L-shaped") Capacity of Beam Web: Fbc =

Av = N.A. in.^2 Av = not applicable for uncoped beam Rwb =

At = N.A. in.^2 At = not applicable for uncoped beam Beam Checks

Rbs = N.A. kips Rbs = not applicable for uncoped beam Gross Shear

Avg =

Tension Tear-Out ("L-shaped") Capacity of Beam Web: Rvg =

Av = N.A. in.^2 Av = not applicable for uncoped beam Gross Tensio

At = N.A. in.^2 At = not applicable for uncoped beam Atg =

Rto = N.A. kips Rto = not applicable for uncoped beam Rtg =

Block Shear (

Tension Tear-Out ("U-shaped") Capacity of Beam Web: Av =

Av = 3.900 in.^2 Av = 2*(Lb-s)*tw At =

At = 19.175 in.^2 At = ((Nr-1)*S+2*ED)*tw Rbs =

Rto = 623.94 kips Rto = 0.30*Fub*Av+0.50*Fub*At Rto >= P, O.K. Tension Tear-

Av =

Web Buckling (Flexure) Capacity Not Applicable for Uncoped Beam At =

ho = N.A. in. ho = d-dc1 Rto =

e= N.A. in. e = c+s Tension Tear-

yc = N.A. in. yc = (bf*tf^2/2+(ho-tf)*tw*(tf+(ho-tf)/2))/((ho-tf)*tw+bf*tf) Av =

In = N.A. in.^4 In=bf*tf^3/12+bf*tf*(yc-tf/2)^2+tw*(ho-tf)^3/12+(ho-tf)*tw*(tf+(ho-tf)/2-yc)^2

At =

Sn = N.A. in.^3 Sn = In/(ho-yc) Rto =

c/ho = N.A. c/ho = ratio for evaluating plate buckling coefficient (k) Web Buckling

k= N.A. If c/ho <= 1.0, then k = 2.2*(ho/c)^1.65, else k = 2.2*(ho/c) ho =

c/d = N.A. c/d = ratio for evaluating adjustment factor (f) of plate buckling model e =

f= N.A. If c/d <= 1.0, then f = 2*(c/d), else f = 1+(c/d) yc =

Fbc = N.A. ksi Fbc = Min. of: (15,700*f*k*(tw/ho)^2 or 0.60*Fy)*(1-P/(0.60*Fy*Atg)) In =

Rwb = N.A. kips Rwb = Fbc*Sn/e Sn =

dc =

fd =

Fbc =

Rwb =

Column Check

Prying Action

twc =

p=

b=

b' =

a=

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=

d' =

Column Checks: =

Prying Action and Column Flange Bending =

twc = 0.5900 in. twc = tw ' =

p = 3.0000 in. p = S (for bolts in column flange) tf(req'd) =

b = 2.4550 in. b = (g-tw)/2 tc =

b' = 2.0175 in. b' = b-db/2 ' =

a = 1.5750 in. a = minimum of: (bfc-g)/2 , (2*Lc+twb-g)/2 , or 1.25*b Ra =

a' = 2.0125 in. a' = a+db/2

= 1.0025 = b'/a' Bolt Bearing i

d' = 0.9375 in. d' = dh = db+1/16 (for Standard sized holes in column flange) Rp =

= 0.6875 = 1-d'/p Column Web

= 16.005 = (1/)*(B/T-1) twc =

' = 1.0000 If >= 1: ' = 1, If < 1: ' = lesser of 1.0 or (1/)*(/(1-)) N=

tf(req'd) = 0.3645 in. tf(req'd) = SQRT(8*T*b'/(p*Fyc*(1+*'))) tf >= tf(req'd), O.K. fwy =

tc = 1.9547 in. tc = SQRT(8*B*b'/(p*Fyc)) Fwy =

' = 2.4146 ' = 1/(*(1+))*((tc/tf)^2-1) Column Web

Ra = 199.55 kips If ' >1: Ra = Nb*B*(tf/tc)^2*(1+) , If ' < 0: Ra = Nb*B twc =

If 0 <= ' <= 1: Ra = Nb*B*(tf/tc)^2*(1+*') Ra >= P, O.K. N=

Ra =

Bolt Bearing in Column Flange: Web Doubler

Rp = 1144.92 kips Rp = 1.2*Fu*tfc*db*Nb Rp >= R, O.K. Ldw =

fw =

Column Web Yielding: =

twc = 0.5900 in. twc = tw (max) =

N = 27.000 in. Assume: N = (Nr-1)*S W14x283

fwy = 1.47 ksi fwy = P/(twc*(N+5*k)) (AISC Eqn. K1-2)

Fwy = 23.76 ksi Fwy = 0.66*Fyc Fwy >= fwy, O.K. W14x233

W14x211

Column Web Crippling: W14x193

twc = 0.5900 in. twc = tw W14x176

N = 27.000 in. Assume: N = (Nr-1)*S (AISC Eqn. K1-4)

Ra = 672.26 kips Ra = 67.5*twc^2*(1+3*(N/d)*(twc/tf)^1.5)*SQRT(Fyc*tf/twc) W14x145

Ra >= Rwc, O.K. W14x132

Web Doubler Plate to Column Flange Welding: W14x120

Ldw = N.A. in. Ldw = 2*((Nr-1)*S+2*ED) W14x109

fw = N.A. kips/in. fw = P/Ldw W14x99

= N.A. in. (size) = fw/((SQRT(2)/2)*0.30*70) W14x90

(max) = N.A. in. (size) (max) = 0.40*Fyd*td/((SQRT(2)/2)*0.30*70) W14x82

W14x74

W14x68

W14x61

Comments: W14x53

W14x48

W14x43

W14x38

W14x34

W14x30

W14x26

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Using Clip Angles Bolted to Column Web and Welded to Beam Web

Subjected to Shear and/or Axial Load

Job Name: Subject: ###

Job Number: Originator: Checker: ###

###

Input Data: ###

###

Beam and Column Data: tw=0.44

Beam Size = W14x43 bf=14.5

Column Size = W14x90 ###

Beam Yield Stress, Fyb = 50 ksi ###

Column Yield Stress, Fyc = 50 ksi Face of Col. Web ###

Connection Loadings: g=5.5 ta=0.375 ###

Beam End Reaction (Shear), R = 20.00 kips ED=1.25

Beam Axial Force, P = 5.00 kips D1=3

Nr=3 S ###

Connection Data and Parameters: S P=5 k

Angle Leg (OSL) at Column, Lc = 4.000 in. R= 20 k ###

Angle Leg at Beam Web, Lb = 3.500 in. Lc=4 A325

Angle Leg Thickness, ta = 0.3750 in. s=0.5 A490

Yield Stress of Angles, Fya = 36 ksi Lb=3.5 N

Diameter of Bolts, db = 0.875 in. X

ASTM Bolt Desig. (A325 or A490) = A325 General Nomenclature

Bolt Type (N, X, or SC) = SC Standard

Bolt Hole Type in Clip Angles = Standard tw=0.305 c=7 Oversized

Number of Bolts in Vert. Row, Nr = 3 tf=0.53 dc1=2

Dist. from Top/Beam to Bolts, D1 = 3.0000 in. ###

Bolt Vertical Spacing in Angles, S = 3.0000 in. ###

Bolt Gage in Angle OSL's, g = 5.500 in. d=13.7 ###

Edge Distance for Angles, ED = 1.250 in. ###

Beam Setback Distance, s = 0.5000 in. ###

Length of Flange Cope(s), c = 7.0000 in. bf=8 dc2=0

Depth of Top Flange Cope, dc1 = 2.0000 in. c=0 ###

Depth of Bottom Flange Cope, dc2 = 0.0000 in. ###

Fillet Weld Size, = 3/16 in. Beam and Cope Nomenclature

Col. Web Doubler Plate Thk., td = 0.0000 in. ###

Doubler Plate Yield Stress, Fyd = 36 in. ###

Check Col. Web Bending/Shear? No ###

###

Member Properties: ###

Beam: Column: ###

A = 12.60 A= 26.50 in.^2 ###

d = 13.700 d= 14.000 in. ###

tw = 0.305 tw = 0.440 in. ###

bf = 8.000 bf = 14.500 in. ###

tf = 0.530 tf = 0.710 in. Yes

k = 1.1200 k= 1.3100 in. No

Rvg =

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Avn =

Results: Rvn =

Block Shear (

General Parameters: Av =

Bolt and Material Data: At =

dh = 0.9375 in. dh = db+1/16 (Standard hole for 0.875 in. bolts in angles) Rbs =

dhc = 0.9375 in. dhc = db+1/16 (Standard hole for 0.875 in. bolts in col. web) Clip Angles to

Ab = 0.6013 in.^2 Ab = *db^2/4 (nominal area/bolt) "C-shaped" W

Fua = 58.0 ksi Fua = 58 for Fya = 36 (for angles) L=

Fub = 65.0 ksi Fub = 65 for Fyb = 50 (for beam) kL =

Fuc = 65.0 ksi Fuc = 65 for Fyc = 50 (for column) xL =

aL =

Clip Angles to Support: a=

Bolt Tension and Shear: (Note: eccentricity between C.L.'s of beam and connection is ignored) k =

Nb = 6 bolts Nb = 2*Nr (total number of bolts at support connection) C1 =

Tb = 39.0 kips Tb = Pretension from AISC Table J3.7, page 5-77 (for A325 bolts) C=

vb = 3.33 kips/bolt vb = R/Nb (actual shear/bolt) Pr =

fv = 5.54 ksi fv = vb/Ab (actual bolt shear stress) =

Fv = 16.64 ksi Fv = (Allow. shear stress from Table J3.2)*(1-ft*Ab/Tb) (for SC bolts) Co =

Vb = 10.00 kips/bolt Vb = Fv*Ab (allowable shear/bolt) C(max) =

Rbv = 60.02 kips Rbv = Nb*Vb (allow. shear load) Rbv >= R, O.K. A=

T= 0.83 kips/bolt T = P/Nb (actual tension/bolt) Ca/Co =

ft = 1.39 ksi ft = T/Ab (actual bolt tension stress) Ca =

Ft = 44.00 ksi Ft = Allow. bolt tension stress from AISC Table J3.2 (for SC bolts) (req'd) =

B = 26.46 kips/bolt B = Ft*Ab (allow. tension/bolt) (min) =

Rbt = 158.75 kips Rbt = Nb*B (allow. tension load) Rbt >= P, O.K. (max) =

Rwr =

Prying Action and Clip Angle Bending at OSL's: Rwv =

p = 2.7500 in. p = Min. of: S or S/2+ED (tributary angle length/bolt) Rwa =

b = 2.2225 in. b = (g-tw)/2-ta Gross Shear

b' = 1.7850 in. b' = b-db/2 Avg =

a = 1.4025 in. a = minimum of: (2*Lc+tw-g)/2 or 1.25*b Rvg =

a' = 1.8400 in. a' = a+db/2 Gross Tensio

= 0.9701 = b'/a' Atg =

d' = 0.9375 d' = dh Rtg =

= 0.6591 = 1-d'/p Eccentric Loads on Weld Groups - TABLE XXIII Coefficients, "C

= 31.697 = (1/)*(B/T-1) k

' = 1.0000 If >= 1: ' = 1, If < 1: ' = lesser of 1.0 or (1/)*(/(1-)) a

ta(req'd) = 0.2692 in. ta(req'd) = SQRT(8*T*b'/(p*Fya*(1+*'))) ta >= ta(req'd), O.K. ###

tc = 1.9536 in. tc = SQRT(8*B*b'/(p*Fya)) ###

' = 20.1302 ' = 1/(*(1+))*((tc/ta)^2-1) ###

Ra = 9.70 kips If ' >1: Ra = Nb*B*(ta/tc)^2*(1+) , If ' < 0: Ra = Nb*B ###

If 0 <= ' <= 1: Ra = Nb*B*(ta/tc)^2*(1+*') Ra >= P, O.K. ###

Bolt Bearing Capacity of (2) Clip Angles at OSL's: ###

C1 = 0 in. C1 = Spacing increment from AISC Table J3.4, page 5-76 ###

C2 = 0 in. C2 = Edge distance increment from AISC Table J3.6, page 5-76 ###

Rpe = 27.19 kips Rpe = 2*(0.50*Fua*(ED-C2)*ta)*(1) ###

Rps = 91.35 kips Rps = 2*(1.2*Fua*db*ta)*(Nr-1) (C1 is not applicable for S >= 3*db) ###

Rp = 118.54 kips Rp = Rpe+Rps <= 2*(1.2*Fua*db*ta)*(Nr) Rp >= R, O.K. ###

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###

Clip Angles to Support (continued): ###

Gross Shear Capacity of (2) Clip Angles at OSL's: ###

Avg = 6.375 in.^2 Avg = 2*((Nr-1)*S+(2*ED))*ta ###

Rvg = 91.80 kips Rvg = 0.40*Fya*Avg Rvg >= R, O.K. ###

###

Net Shear Capacity of (2) Clip Angles at OSL's: ###

Avn = 4.266 in.^2 Avn = Avg-2*(Nr*dh*ta) ###

Rvn = 74.22 kips Rvn = 0.30*Fua*Avn Rvn >= R, O.K. ###

###

Block Shear ("L-shaped") Capacity of (2) Clip Angles at OSL's: ###

Av = 3.680 in.^2 Av = 2*((ED+(Nr-1)*S)-((Nr-1)*dh+dh/2))*ta k Index:

At = 0.700 in.^2 At = 2*((2*Lc+tw-g)/2-dh/2)*ta Beam Checks

Rbs = 84.34 kips Rbs = 0.30*Fua*Av+0.50*Fua*At Rbs >= R, O.K. Gross Shear

Avg =

Clip Angles to Beam Web: Rvg =

"C-shaped" Welding: (using AISC Table XXIII, page 4-79 and Alternate Method 2) Gross Tensio

L = 8.500 in L = (Nr-1)*S+2*ED (vertical height of "C-shaped" weld) Atg =

kL = 3.000 in. kL = Lb-s (horizontal width of "C-shaped" weld) Rtg =

xL = 0.621 in xL = ((kL)^2/(2*(kL)+L)) (centroid of "C-shaped" weld) Block Shear (

aL = 2.879 in. aL = Lb-(xL) (eccentricity of shear reaction, R, to C.G. of weld) Av =

a = 0.339 a = (aL)/L At =

k = 0.353 k = (kL)/L Rbs =

C1 = 1.0 C1 = 1.0 for E70XX electrode Tension Tear-

C = 1.088 C = "C" coefficient interpolated from AISC Table XXIII, page 4-79) Av =

Pr = 20.62 kips Pr = SQRT(R^2+P^2) (total resultant load taken by 2 welds) At =

= 14.04 deg. = 90-(ATAN((R/2)/(P/2))) (angle from vertical) Rto =

Co = 1.088 Co = "C" coefficient from AISC Table XXIII, page 4-79 Tension Tear-

C(max) = 1.583 C(max) = 0.928*(1+2*k) Av =

A = 1.455 A = C(max)/Co >= 1.0 At =

Ca/Co = 1.000 Ca/Co = A/(SIN+A*COS) >= 1.0 Rto =

Ca = 1.088 Ca = (Ca/Co)*Co Beam Checks

(req'd) = 0.0697 in. (size) (req'd) = ((Pr/2)/((C or Ca)*C1*L))/16 (per weld) Gross Shear

(min) = 0.1875 in. (min) = Min. fillet weld size from AISC Table J2.4, page 5-67 Avg =

(max) = 0.2054 in. (max) = 0.40*Fyb*tw/((SQRT(2)/2)*0.30*70*2) Rvg =

Rwr = 55.47 kips Rwr = 2**16*(C or Ca)*C1*L (where: = Min. of: and (max)) Gross Tensio

Rwv = 53.82 kips Rwv = Rwr*COS (vertical) Rwv >= R, O.K. Atg =

Rwa = 13.45 kips Rwv = Rwr*SIN (axial) Rwa >= P, O.K. Rtg =

Weld(used) >= weld(req'd), O.K. Block Shear (

Gross Shear Capacity of (2) Clip Angles at Beam Web: Av =

Avg = 6.375 in.^2 Avg = 2*((Nr-1)*S+(2*ED))*ta At =

Rvg = 91.80 kips Rvg = 0.40*Fya*Avg Rvg >= R, O.K. Rbs =

Tension Tear-

Gross Tension Capacity of (2) Clip Angles at Beam Web: Av =

Atg = 6.375 in.^2 Atg = 2*((Nr-1)*S+(2*ED))*ta At =

Rtg = 131.16 kips Rtg = (0.60*Fya*Atg)*(1-(R/Rvg)^2) Rtg >= P, O.K. Rto =

(Ref.: "Combined Shear and Tension Stress" Tension Tear-

by: Subhash C. Goel, AISC Journal, 3rd Qtr.-1986) Av =

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Rto =

Web Buckling

Beam Checks for Top Flange Coped Only: ho =

Gross Shear Capacity of Beam Web for Top Flange Coped: e=

Avg = 3.569 in.^2 Avg = ho*tw yc =

Rvg = 71.37 kips Rvg = 0.40*Fyb*Avg Rvg >= R, O.K. In =

Sn =

Gross Tension Capacity of Beam for Top Flange Coped: c/ho =

Atg = 7.912 in.^2 Atg = A-(bf*tf+(dc1-tf)*tw) k=

Rtg = 218.71 kips Rtg = (0.60*Fyb*Atg)*(1-(R/Rvg)^2) Rtg >= P, O.K. c/d =

f=

Block Shear ("L-shaped") Capacity of Beam Web for Top Flange Coped: Fbc =

Av = 2.516 in.^2 Av = ((D1-dc1)+(Nr-1)*S+ED)*tw Rwb =

At = 0.915 in.^2 At = (Lb-s)*tw Beam Checks

Rbs = 78.80 kips Rbs = 0.30*Fub*Av+0.50*Fub*At Rbs >= R, O.K. Gross Shear

Avg =

Tension Tear-Out ("L-shaped") Capacity of Beam Web for Top Flange Coped: Rvg =

Av = 0.915 in.^2 Av = (Lb-s)*tw Gross Tensio

At = 2.516 in.^2 At = ((D1-dc1)+(Nr-1)*S+ED)*tw Atg =

Rto = 93.20 kips Rto = (0.30*Fub*Av+0.50*Fub*At)*(1-(R/Rbs)^2) Rtg =

Rto >= P, O.K. Block Shear (

Tension Tear-Out ("U-shaped") Capacity of Beam Web for Top Flange Coped: Av =

Av = 1.830 in.^2 Av = 2*(Lb-s)*tw At =

At = 2.593 in.^2 At = ((Nr-1)*S+2*ED)*tw Rbs =

Rto = 119.94 kips Rto = (0.30*Fub*Av+0.50*Fub*At) Rto >= P, O.K. Tension Tear-

Av =

Web Buckling (Flexure) Capacity for Top Flange Coped: At =

ho = 11.700 in. ho = d-dc1 Rto =

e = 7.500 in. e = c+s Tension Tear-

yc = 2.871 in. yc = (bf*tf^2/2+(ho-tf)*tw*(tf+(ho-tf)/2))/((ho-tf)*tw+bf*tf) Av =

In = 100.17 in.^4 In=bf*tf^3/12+bf*tf*(yc-tf/2)^2+tw*(ho-tf)^3/12+(ho-tf)*tw*(tf+(ho-tf)/2-yc)^2

At =

Sn = 11.35 in.^3 Sn = In/(ho-yc) Rto =

c/ho = 0.598 c/ho = ratio for evaluating plate buckling coefficient (k) Web Buckling

k = 5.135 If c/ho <= 1.0, then k = 2.2*(ho/c)^1.65, else k = 2.2*(ho/c) ho =

c/d = 0.511 c/d = ratio for evaluating adjustment factor (f) of plate buckling model e =

f = 1.022 If c/d <= 1.0, then f = 2*(c/d), else f = 1+(c/d) yc =

Fbc = 29.37 ksi Fbc = Min. of: (15,700*f*k*(tw/ho)^2 or 0.60*Fy)*(1-P/(0.60*Fy*Atg)) In =

Rwb = 44.43 kips Rwb = Fbc*Sn/e Rwb >= R, O.K. Sn =

dc =

Column Checks: fd =

Bolt Bearing in Column Web: Fbc =

twc = 0.440 in. twc = tw+td*(Fyd/Fyc) Rwb =

Rp = 180.18 kips Rp = 1.2*Fu*twc*db*Nb Rp >= R, O.K. Column Check

Bolt Bearing i

twc =

Rp =

Column Web

twc =

mp =

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"CLIPCONN.xls" Program

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a=

b=

Column Checks (continued): c=

Column Web Bending: (assume LRFD "yield line" theory and convert results back to ASD) L=

twc = N.A. in. twc = tw+td*(Fyd/Fyc) =

mp = N.A. kips mp = 0.25*Fyc*twc^2 Pn =

Tc = N.A. in. Tc = dc-2*kc Pa =

a= N.A. in. a = (Tc-c)/2 Column Web

b= N.A. in. b = a = (Tc-c)/2 twc =

c= N.A. in. c=g fv =

L= N.A. in. L = (Nr-1)*S Fv =

= N.A. = 0.90 Web Doubler

Pn = N.A. kips Pn = *8*mp*(SQRT(2*Tc/(Tc-g))+L/(2*(Tc-g))) Ldw =

Pa = N.A. kips Pa = Pn/1.5 (converting LRFD value back to ASD value) fw =

=

Column Web Out of Plane Shear: (max) =

twc = N.A. in. twc = tw+td*(Fyd/Fyc) W14x665

fv = N.A. ksi fv = (P/Nb)/(twc*(S-dhc)) W14x605

Fv = N.A. ksi Fv = 0.4*Fyc W14x550

W14x500

Web Doubler Plate to Column Flange Welding: W14x455

Ldw = N.A. in. Ldw = 2*((Nr-1)*S+2*ED) W14x426

fw = N.A. kips/in. fw = P/Ldw W14x398

= N.A. in. (size) = fw/((SQRT(2)/2)*0.30*70) W14x370

(max) = N.A. in. (size) (max) = 0.40*Fyd*td/((SQRT(2)/2)*0.30*70) W14x342

W14x311

W14x283

W14x257

Comments: W14x233

W14x211

W14x193

W14x176

W14x159

W14x145

W14x132

W14x120

W14x109

W14x99

W14x90

W14x82

W14x74

W14x68

W14x61

W14x53

W14x48

W14x43

W14x38

W14x34

W14x30

W14x26

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"CLIPCONN.xls" Program

Version 2.0

Using Clip Angles Bolted to Girder Web and Welded to Beam Web

Subjected to Shear and/or Axial Load

Job Name: Subject: ###

Job Number: Originator: Checker: ###

###

Input Data: ###

Face of Girder Web ###

Beam and Girder Data: g=5.5 ta=0.375 ###

Beam Size = W24x76 ED=1.25

Girder Size = W36x280 D1=3.25

Beam Yield Stress, Fyb = 36 ksi Nr=6 S ###

Girder Yield Stress, Fyg = 36 ksi S P=10 k

Connection Loadings: R= 65 k ###

Beam End Reaction (Shear), R = 65.00 kips Lc=4 ###

Beam Axial Force, P = 10.00 kips s=0.5 ###

Lb=3.5 ###

Connection Data and Parameters: ###

Angle Leg (OSL) at Girder, Lc = 4.000 in. General Nomenclature

Angle Leg at Beam Web, Lb = 3.500 in. A325

Angle Leg Thickness, ta = 0.3750 in. tw=0.44 c=6.25 A490

Yield Stress of Angles, Fya = 36 ksi tf=0.68 dc1=2

Diameter of Bolts, db = 0.875 in. X

ASTM Bolt Desig. (A325 or A490) = A325 SC

Bolt Type (N, X, or SC) = SC d=23.9 Standard

Bolt Hole Type in Clip Angles = Standard Oversized

Number of Bolts in Vert. Row, Nr = 6 ###

Dist. from Top/Beam to Bolts, D1 = 3.2500 in. bf=8.99 dc2=0

Bolt Vertical Spacing in Angles, S = 3.0000 in. c=0 ###

Bolt Gage in Angle OSL's, g = 5.500 in. ###

Edge Distance for Angles, ED = 1.250 in. Beam and Cope Nomenclature

Beam Setback Distance, s = 0.5000 in. ###

Length of Flange Cope(s), c = 6.2500 in. ###

Depth of Top Flange Cope, dc1 = 2.0000 in. ###

Depth of Bottom Flange Cope, dc2 = 0.0000 in. ###

Fillet Weld Size, = 3/16 in. ###

Girder Web Doubler Plate Thk., td = 0.0000 in. ###

Doubler Plate Yield Stress, Fyd = 36 in. ###

Check Girder Web Bending/Shear? No ###

###

Member Properties: ###

Beam: Girder: ###

A = 22.40 A= 82.40 in.^2 ###

d = 23.900 d= 36.500 in. ###

tw = 0.440 tw = 0.885 in. ###

bf = 8.990 bf = 16.600 in. ###

tf = 0.680 tf = 1.570 in. Yes

k = 1.1800 k= 2.5200 in. No

Rvg =

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Avn =

Results: Rvn =

Block Shear (

General Parameters: Av =

Bolt and Material Data: At =

dh = 0.9375 in. dh = db+1/16 (Standard hole for 0.875 in. bolts in angles) Rbs =

dhg = 0.9375 in. dhg = db+1/16 (Standard hole for 0.875 in. bolts in girder web) Clip Angles to

Ab = 0.6013 in.^2 Ab = *db^2/4 (nominal area/bolt) "C-shaped" W

Fua = 58.0 ksi Fua = 58 for Fya = 36 (for angles) L=

Fub = 58.0 ksi Fub = 58 for Fyb = 36 (for beam) kL =

Fug = 58.0 ksi Fug = 58 for Fyg = 36 (for girder) xL =

aL =

Clip Angles to Support: a=

Bolt Tension and Shear: (Note: eccentricity between C.L.'s of beam and connection is ignored) k =

Nb = 12 bolts Nb = 2*Nr (total number of bolts at support connection) C1 =

Tb = 39.0 kips Tb = Pretension from AISC Table J3.7, page 5-77 (for A325 bolts) C=

vb = 5.42 kips/bolt vb = R/Nb (actual shear/bolt) Pr =

fv = 9.01 ksi fv = vb/Ab (actual bolt shear stress) =

Fv = 16.64 ksi Fv = (Allow. shear stress from Table J3.2)*(1-ft*Ab/Tb) (for SC bolts) Co =

Vb = 10.00 kips/bolt Vb = Fv*Ab (allowable shear/bolt) C(max) =

Rbv = 120.05 kips Rbv = Nb*Vb (allow. shear load) Rbv >= R, O.K. A=

T= 0.83 kips/bolt T = P/Nb (actual tension/bolt) Ca/Co =

ft = 1.39 ksi ft = T/Ab (actual bolt tension stress) Ca =

Ft = 44.00 ksi Ft = Allow. bolt tension stress from AISC Table J3.2 (for SC bolts) (req'd) =

B = 26.46 kips/bolt B = Ft*Ab (allow. tension/bolt) (min) =

Rbt = 317.50 kips Rbt = Nb*B (allow. tension load) Rbt >= P, O.K. (max) =

Rwr =

Prying Action and Clip Angle Bending at OSL's: Rwv =

p = 2.7500 in. p = Min. of: S or S/2+ED (tributary angle length/bolt) Rwa =

b = 2.1550 in. b = (g-tw)/2-ta Gross Shear

b' = 1.7175 in. b' = b-db/2 Avg =

a = 1.4700 in. a = minimum of: (2*Lc+tw-g)/2 or 1.25*b Rvg =

a' = 1.9075 in. a' = a+db/2 Gross Tensio

= 0.9004 = b'/a' Atg =

d' = 0.9375 d' = dh Rtg =

= 0.6591 = 1-d'/p Eccentric Loads on Weld Groups - TABLE XXIII Coefficients, "C

= 34.151 = (1/)*(B/T-1) k

' = 1.0000 If >= 1: ' = 1, If < 1: ' = lesser of 1.0 or (1/)*(/(1-)) a

ta(req'd) = 0.264 in. ta(req'd) = SQRT(8*T*b'/(p*Fya*(1+*'))) ta >= ta(req'd), O.K. ###

tc = 1.916 in. tc = SQRT(8*B*b'/(p*Fya)) ###

' = 20.0494 ' = 1/(*(1+))*((tc/ta)^2-1) ###

Ra = 20.17 kips If ' >1: Ra = Nb*B*(ta/tc)^2*(1+) , If ' < 0: Ra = Nb*B ###

If 0 <= ' <= 1: Ra = Nb*B*(ta/tc)^2*(1+*') Ra >= P, O.K. ###

Bolt Bearing Capacity of (2) Clip Angles at OSL's: ###

C1 = 0 in. C1 = Spacing increment from AISC Table J3.4, page 5-76 ###

C2 = 0 in. C2 = Edge distance increment from AISC Table J3.6, page 5-76 ###

Rpe = 27.19 kips Rpe = 2*(0.50*Fua*(ED-C2)*ta)*(1) ###

Rps = 228.38 kips Rps = 2*(1.2*Fua*db*ta)*(Nr-1) (C1 is not applicable for S >= 3*db) ###

Rp = 255.56 kips Rp = Rpe+Rps <= 2*(1.2*Fua*db*ta)*(Nr) Rp >= R, O.K. ###

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Clip Angles to Support (continued): ###

Gross Shear Capacity of (2) Clip Angles at OSL's: ###

Avg = 13.125 in.^2 Avg = 2*((Nr-1)*S+(2*ED))*ta ###

Rvg = 189.00 kips Rvg = 0.40*Fya*Avg Rvg >= R, O.K. ###

###

Net Shear Capacity of (2) Clip Angles at OSL's: ###

Avn = 8.906 in.^2 Avn = Avg-2*(Nr*dh*ta) ###

Rvn = 154.97 kips Rvn = 0.30*Fua*Avn Rvn >= R, O.K. ###

###

Block Shear ("L-shaped") Capacity of (2) Clip Angles at OSL's: ###

Av = 8.320 in.^2 Av = 2*((ED+(Nr-1)*S)-((Nr-1)*dh+dh/2))*ta k Index:

At = 0.751 in.^2 At = 2*((2*Lc+tw-g)/2-dh/2)*ta Beam Checks

Rbs = 166.55 kips Rbs = 0.30*Fua*Av+0.50*Fua*At Rbs >= R, O.K. Gross Shear

Avg =

Clip Angles to Beam Web: Rvg =

"C-shaped" Welding: (using AISC Table XXIII, page 4-79 and Alternate Method 2) Gross Tensio

L = 17.500 in L = (Nr-1)*S+2*ED (vertical height of "C-shaped" weld) Atg =

kL = 3.000 in. kL = Lb-s (horizontal width of "C-shaped" weld) Rtg =

xL = 0.383 in xL = ((kL)^2/(2*(kL)+L)) (centroid of "C-shaped" weld) Block Shear (

aL = 3.117 in. aL = Lb-(xL) (eccentricity of shear reaction, R, to C.G. of weld) Av =

a = 0.178 a = (aL)/L At =

k = 0.171 k = (kL)/L Rbs =

C1 = 1.0 C1 = 1.0 for E70XX electrode Tension Tear-

C = 0.992 C = "C" coefficient interpolated from AISC Table XXIII, page 4-79) Av =

Pr = 65.76 kips Pr = SQRT(R^2+P^2) (total resultant load taken by 2 welds) At =

= 8.75 deg. = 90-(ATAN((R/2)/(P/2))) (angle from vertical) Rto =

Co = 0.992 Co = "C" coefficient from AISC Table XXIII, page 4-79 Tension Tear-

C(max) = 1.246 C(max) = 0.928*(1+2*k) Av =

A = 1.256 A = C(max)/Co >= 1.0 At =

Ca/Co = 1.000 Ca/Co = A/(SIN+A*COS) >= 1.0 Rto =

Ca = 0.992 Ca = (Ca/Co)*Co Beam Checks

(req'd) = 0.1184 in. (size) (req'd) = ((Pr/2)/((C or Ca)*C1*L))/16 (per weld) Gross Shear

(min) = 0.1875 in. (min) = Min. fillet weld size from AISC Table J2.4, page 5-67 Avg =

(max) = 0.2133 in. (max) = 0.40*Fyb*tw/((SQRT(2)/2)*0.30*70*2) Rvg =

Rwr = 104.16 kips Rwr = 2**16*(C or Ca)*C1*L (where: = Min. of: and (max)) Gross Tensio

Rwv = 102.95 kips Rwv = Rwr*COS (vertical) Rwv >= R, O.K. Atg =

Rwa = 15.84 kips Rwv = Rwr*SIN (axial) Rwa >= P, O.K. Rtg =

Weld(used) >= weld(req'd), O.K. Block Shear (

Gross Shear Capacity of (2) Clip Angles at Beam Web: Av =

Avg = 13.125 in.^2 Avg = 2*((Nr-1)*S+(2*ED))*ta At =

Rvg = 189.00 kips Rvg = 0.40*Fya*Avg Rvg >= R, O.K. Rbs =

Tension Tear-

Gross Tension Capacity of (2) Clip Angles at Beam Web: Av =

Atg = 13.125 in.^2 Atg = 2*((Nr-1)*S+(2*ED))*ta At =

Rtg = 249.97 kips Rtg = (0.60*Fya*Atg)*(1-(R/Rvg)^2) Rtg >= P, O.K. Rto =

(Ref.: "Combined Shear and Tension Stress" Tension Tear-

by: Subhash C. Goel, AISC Journal, 3rd Qtr.-1986) Av =

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"CLIPCONN.xls" Program

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Rto =

Web Buckling

Beam Checks for Top Flange Coped Only: ho =

Gross Shear Capacity of Beam Web for Top Flange Coped: e=

Avg = 9.636 in.^2 Avg = ho*tw yc =

Rvg = 138.76 kips Rvg = 0.40*Fyb*Avg Rvg >= R, O.K. In =

Sn =

Gross Tension Capacity of Beam for Top Flange Coped: c/ho =

Atg = 15.706 in.^2 Atg = A-(bf*tf+(dc1-tf)*tw) k=

Rtg = 264.81 kips Rtg = (0.60*Fyb*Atg)*(1-(R/Rvg)^2) Rtg >= P, O.K. c/d =

f=

Block Shear ("L-shaped") Capacity of Beam Web for Top Flange Coped: Fbc =

Av = 7.700 in.^2 Av = ((D1-dc1)+(Nr-1)*S+ED)*tw Rwb =

At = 1.320 in.^2 At = (Lb-s)*tw Beam Checks

Rbs = 172.26 kips Rbs = 0.30*Fub*Av+0.50*Fub*At Rbs >= R, O.K. Gross Shear

Avg =

Tension Tear-Out ("L-shaped") Capacity of Beam Web for Top Flange Coped: Rvg =

Av = 1.320 in.^2 Av = (Lb-s)*tw Gross Tensio

At = 7.700 in.^2 At = ((D1-dc1)+(Nr-1)*S+ED)*tw Atg =

Rto = 211.20 kips Rto = (0.30*Fub*Av+0.50*Fub*At)*(1-(R/Rbs)^2) Rtg =

Rto >= P, O.K. Block Shear (

Tension Tear-Out ("U-shaped") Capacity of Beam Web for Top Flange Coped: Av =

Av = 2.640 in.^2 Av = 2*(Lb-s)*tw At =

At = 7.700 in.^2 At = ((Nr-1)*S+2*ED)*tw Rbs =

Rto = 269.24 kips Rto = (0.30*Fub*Av+0.50*Fub*At) Rto >= P, O.K. Tension Tear-

Av =

Web Buckling (Flexure) Capacity for Top Flange Coped: At =

ho = 21.900 in. ho = d-dc1 Rto =

e = 6.750 in. e = c+s Tension Tear-

yc = 6.957 in. yc = (bf*tf^2/2+(ho-tf)*tw*(tf+(ho-tf)/2))/((ho-tf)*tw+bf*tf) Av =

In = 793.55 in.^4 In=bf*tf^3/12+bf*tf*(yc-tf/2)^2+tw*(ho-tf)^3/12+(ho-tf)*tw*(tf+(ho-tf)/2-yc)^2

At =

Sn = 53.11 in.^3 Sn = In/(ho-yc) Rto =

c/ho = 0.285 c/ho = ratio for evaluating plate buckling coefficient (k) Web Buckling

k = 17.416 If c/ho <= 1.0, then k = 2.2*(ho/c)^1.65, else k = 2.2*(ho/c) ho =

c/d = 0.262 c/d = ratio for evaluating adjustment factor (f) of plate buckling model e =

f = 0.523 If c/d <= 1.0, then f = 2*(c/d), else f = 1+(c/d) yc =

Fbc = 20.96 ksi Fbc = Min. of: (15,700*f*k*(tw/ho)^2 or 0.60*Fy)*(1-P/(0.60*Fy*Atg)) In =

Rwb = 164.93 kips Rwb = Fbc*Sn/e Rwb >= R, O.K. Sn =

dc =

Girder Checks: fd =

Bolt Bearing in Girder Web: Fbc =

twg = 0.8850 in. twg = tw+td*(Fyd/Fyg) Rwb =

Rp = 646.76 kips Rp = 1.2*Fu*twg*db*Nb Rp >= R, O.K. Girder Checks

Bolt Bearing i

twg =

Rp =

Girder Web B

twg =

mp =

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"CLIPCONN.xls" Program

Version 2.0

a=

b=

Girder Checks (continued): c=

Girder Web Bending: (assume LRFD "yield line" theory and convert results back to ASD) L=

twg = N.A. in. twg = tw+td*(Fyd/Fyg) =

mp = N.A. kips mp = 0.25*Fyg*twg^2 Pn =

Tc = N.A. in. Tg = dg-2*kg Pa =

a= N.A. in. a = D1-kg Girder Web O

b= N.A. in. b = Tg-(a+c) twg =

c= N.A. in. c = (Nr-1)*S Rw =

L= N.A. in. L=g fv =

= N.A. = 0.90 Fv =

Pn = N.A. kips Pn = *2*mp*(((2*SQRT(2*Tg*a*b/(a+b))+g/2)*(a+b))/(a*b)) Web Doubler

Pa = N.A. kips Pa = Pn/1.5 (converting LRFD value back to ASD value) Ldw =

fw =

Girder Web Out of Plane Shear: =

twg = N.A. in. twg = tw+td*(Fyd/Fyg) (max) =

Rw = N.A. kips VOIDED Calc's. in "Red":

fv = N.A. ksi fv = Rw/(twg*(g-dhg)) twg =

Fv = N.A. ksi Fv = 0.4*Fyg Mw =

fb =

Web Doubler Plate to Girder Flange Welding: Fb =

Ldw = N.A. in. Ldw = 2*((Nr-1)*S+2*ED)

fw = N.A. kips/in. fw = P/Ldw a=

= N.A. in. (size) = fw/((SQRT(2)/2)*0.30*70) T=

(max) = N.A. in. (size) (max) = 0.40*Fyd*td/((SQRT(2)/2)*0.30*70) Pb =

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"CLIPCONN.xls" Program

Version 2.0

Using Clip Angles Bolted to Column Flange and Bolted to Beam Web

Subjected to Shear and/or Axial Load

Job Name: Subject: ###

Job Number: Originator: Checker: ###

###

Input Data: ###

###

Beam and Support Data: tf=0.94 ###

Beam Size = W36x160 d=14.5 ###

Column Size = W14x120 ###

Beam Yield Stress, Fyb = 36 ksi ###

Column Yield Stress, Fyc = 36 ksi Face of Col. Flange ###

Connection Loadings: g=5.5 ta=0.375 ###

Beam End Reaction (Shear), R = 65.00 kips ED=1.25 D2 =2 ###

Beam Axial Force, P = 30.00 kips D1=3.5

Nr=10 S ###

Connection Data and Parameters: S P=30 k

Angle Leg (OSL) at Column, Lc = 4.000 in. R= 65 k ###

Angle Leg at Beam Web, Lb = 3.500 in. Lc=4 A325

Angle Leg Thickness, ta = 0.3750 in. s=0.5 A490

Yield Stress of Angles, Fya = 36 ksi Lb=3.5 N

Diameter of Bolts, db = 0.875 in. X

ASTM Bolt Desig. (A325 or A490) = A325 General Nomenclature

Bolt Type (N, X, or SC) = SC Standard

Bolt Hole Type in Clip Angles = Standard tw=0.65 c=8.5 Oversized

Number of Bolts in Vert. Row, Nr = 10 tf=1.02 dc1=2.75

Dist. from Top/Beam to Bolts, D1 = 3.5000 in. ###

Dist. from Support to Bolts, D2 = 2.0000 in. ###

Bolt Vertical Spacing in Angles, S = 3.0000 in. d=36 ###

Bolt Gage in Angle OSL's, g = 5.500 in. ###

Edge Distance for Angles, ED = 1.250 in. ###

Beam Setback Distance, s = 0.5000 in. bf=12 dc2=0

Length of Flange Cope(s), c = 8.5000 in. c=0 ###

Depth of Top Flange Cope, dc1 = 2.7500 in. ###

Depth of Bottom Flange Cope, dc2 = 0.0000 in. Beam and Cope Nomenclature

Col. Web Doubler Plate Thk., td = 0.0000 in. ###

Doubler Plate Yield Stress, Fyd = 36 in. ###

Yes

Member Properties: No

Beam: Column: Bolt Bear

A = 47.00 A= 35.30 in.^2 C1 =

d = 36.000 d= 14.500 in. C2 =

tw = 0.650 tw = 0.590 in. Rpe =

bf = 12.000 bf = 14.700 in. Rps =

tf = 1.020 tf = 0.940 in. Rp =

k = 1.7700 k= 1.5400 in. Gross Sh

Avg =

Rvg =

(continued)

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"CLIPCONN.xls" Program

Version 2.0

Avn =

Results: Rvn =

Block Sh

General Parameters: Av =

Bolt and Material Data: At =

dh1 = 0.9375 in. dh1 = db+1/16 (Standard hole for 0.875 in. bolts in angles) Rbs =

dh2 = 0.9375 in. dh2 = db+1/16 (Standard hole for 0.875 in. bolts in beam/col. webs) Clip Angle

Ab = 0.6013 in.^2 Ab = *db^2/4 Bolt Shea

Fua = 58.0 ksi Fua = 58 for Fya = 36 (for angles) Nb =

Fub = 58.0 ksi Fub = 58 for Fyb = 36 (for beam) Pr =

Fuc = 58.0 ksi Fuc = 58 for Fyc = 36 (for column) =

vb =

Clip Angles to Support: Fv =

Bolt Tension and Shear: (Note: eccentricity between C.L.'s of beam and connection is ignored)Vb =

Nb = 20 bolts Nb = 2*Nr (total number of bolts at support connection) Rbr =

Tb = 39.0 kips Tb = Pretension from AISC Table J3.7, page 5-77 (for A325 bolts) Rbv =

vb = 3.25 kips/bolt vb = R/Nb (actual shear/bolt) Rba =

fv = 5.40 ksi fv = vb/Ab (actual bolt shear stress) Bolt Bear

Fv = 16.35 ksi Fv = (Allow. shear stress from Table J3.2)*(1-ft*Ab/Tb) (for SC bolts) C1 =

Vb = 9.83 kips/bolt Vb = Fv*Ab (allowable shear/bolt) C2 =

Rbv = 196.59 kips Rbv = Nb*Vb (allow. shear load) Rbv >= R, O.K. Rpe =

T= 1.50 kips/bolt T = P/Nb (actual tension/bolt) Rps =

ft = 2.49 ksi ft = T/Ab (actual bolt tension stress) Rpv =

Ft = 44.00 ksi Ft = Allow. bolt tension stress from AISC Table J3.2 (for SC bolts) Bolt Bear

B = 26.46 kips/bolt B = Ft*Ab (allow. tension/bolt) C1 =

Rbt = 529.16 kips Rbt = Nb*B (allow. tension load) Rbt >= P, O.K. C2 =

Rpe =

Prying Action and Clip Angle Bending at OSL's: Rps =

p = 2.7500 in. p = Min. of: S or S/2+ED (tributary angle length/bolt) Rpa =

b = 2.0500 in. b = (g-tw)/2-ta Gross Sh

b' = 1.6125 in. b' = b-db/2 Avg =

a = 1.5750 in. a = minimum of: (bfc-g)/2 , (2*Lc+twb-g)/2 , or 1.25*b Rvg =

a' = 2.0125 in. a' = a+db/2 Net Shea

= 0.8012 = b'/a' Avn =

d' = 0.9375 d' = dh1 Rvn =

= 0.6591 = 1-d'/p Gross Te

= 20.766 = (1/)*(B/T-1) Atg =

' = 1.0000 If >= 1: ' = 1, If < 1: ' = lesser of 1.0 or (1/)*(/(1-)) Rtg =

ta(req'd) = 0.343 in. ta(req'd) = SQRT(8*T*b'/(p*Fya*(1+*'))) ta >= ta(req'd), O.K. Net Tensi

tc = 1.857 in. tc = SQRT(8*B*b'/(p*Fya)) Atn =

' = 19.8083 ' = 1/(*(1+))*((tc/ta)^2-1) Rtn =

Ra = 35.81 kips If ' >1: Ra = Nb*B*(ta/tc)^2*(1+) , If ' < 0: Ra = Nb*B Block Sh

If 0 <= ' <= 1: Ra = Nb*B*(ta/tc)^2*(1+*') Ra >= P, O.K. Av =

Bolt Bearing Capacity of (2) Clip Angles at OSL's: At =

C1 = 0 in. C1 = Spacing increment from AISC Table J3.4, page 5-76 Rbs =

C2 = 0 in. C2 = Edge distance increment from AISC Table J3.6, page 5-76 Tension T

Rpe = 27.19 kips Rpe = 2*(0.50*Fua*(ED-C2)*ta)*(1) Av =

Rps = 411.08 kips Rps = 2*(1.2*Fua*db*ta)*(Nr-1) (C1 is not applicable for S >= 3*db) At =

Rp = 438.26 kips Rp = Rpe+Rps <= 2*(1.2*Fua*db*ta)*(Nr) Rp >= R, O.K. Rto =

(continued)

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"CLIPCONN.xls" Program

Version 2.0

Av =

At =

Clip Angles to Support (continued): Rto =

Gross Shear Capacity of (2) Clip Angles at OSL's: Beam Che

Avg = 22.125 in.^2 Avg = 2*((Nr-1)*S+(2*ED))*ta Bolt Bear

Rvg = 318.60 kips Rvg = 0.40*Fya*Avg Rvg >= R, O.K. C1 =

C2 =

Net Shear Capacity of (2) Clip Angles at OSL's: Rpe =

Avn = 15.094 in.^2 Avn = Avg-2*(Nr*dh1*ta) Rps =

Rvn = 262.63 kips Rvn = 0.30*Fua*Avn <= 0.40*Fya*Avg Rvn >= R, O.K. Rpv =

Bolt Bear

Block Shear ("L-shaped") Capacity of (2) Clip Angles at OSL's: C1 =

Av = 14.508 in.^2 Av = 2*((ED+(Nr-1)*S)-((Nr-1)*dh1+dh1/2))*ta C2 =

At = 0.830 in.^2 At = 2*((2*Lc+tw-g)/2-dh1/2)*ta Rpe =

Rbs = 276.50 kips Rbs = 0.30*Fua*Av+0.50*Fua*At Rbs >= R, O.K. Rps =

Rpa =

Clip Angles to Beam Web: Gross Sh

Bolt Shear (Double-Shear): (Note: eccentricity = D2 is neglected per AISC, Vol. II: "Connections")Avg =

Nb = 10 bolts Nb = Nr (total number of bolts at beam connection) Rvg =

Pr = 71.59 kips Pr = SQRT(R^2+P^2) (resultant load) Net Shea

= 24.78 deg. = 90-(ATAN(R/P)) (angle from vertical) Avn =

vb = 6.50 kips/bolt vb = R/Nb (actual shear/bolt) Rvn =

Fv = 17.00 ksi Fv = Allow. shear stress from AISC Table J3.2, page 5-73 (for SC bolts) Gross Te

Vb = 20.44 kips/bolt Vb = (2)*Fv*Ab (allow. shear/bolt, where 2 is for Double-Shear) Atg =

Rbr = 204.45 kips Rbr = Nb*Vb (allow. end shear) Rtg =

Rbv = 185.63 kips Rbv = Rbr*COS (vertical) Rbv >= R, O.K. Net Tensi

Rba = 85.68 kips Rba = Rbr*SIN (axial) Rba >= P, O.K. Atn =

Rtn =

Bolt Bearing Capacity of (2) Clip Angles at Beam Web (for Vertical): Block Sh

C1 = 0 in. C1 = Spacing increment from AISC Table J3.4, page 5-76 Av =

C2 = 0 in. C2 = Edge distance increment from AISC Table J3.6, page 5-76 At =

Rpe = 27.19 kips Rpe = 2*(0.50*Fua*(ED-C2)*ta)*(1) Rbs =

Rps = 411.08 kips Rps = 2*(1.2*Fua*db*ta)*(Nr-1) (C1 is not applicable for S >= 3*db) Tension T

Rpv = 438.26 kips Rpv = Rpe+Rps <= 2*(1.2*Fua*db*ta)*(Nr) Rpv >= R, O.K. Av =

At =

Bolt Bearing Capacity of (2) Clip Angles at Beam Web (for Axial): Rto =

C1 = N.A. in. C1 = Spacing increment (not applicable for all edge bolts) Tension T

C2 = 0 in. C2 = Edge distance increment from AISC Table J3.6, page 5-76 Av =

Rpe = 456.75 kips Rpe = 2*(1.2*Fua*db*ta)*(Nr) (C2 not applicable for (Lb-D2) >= 1.5*db) At =

Rps = N.A. kips Rps = not applicable, since all edge bolts for bearing due to axial load

Rto =

Rpa = 446.70 kips Rpa = (Rpe+Rps)*(1-(R/Rpv)^2) <= 2*(1.2*Fua*db*ta)*(Nr)*(1-(R/Rpv)^2) Beam Che

Rpa >= P, O.K. Bolt Bear

Gross Shear Capacity of (2) Clip Angles at Beam Web: C1 =

Avg = 22.125 in.^2 Avg = 2*((Nr-1)*S+(2*ED))*ta C2 =

Rvg = 318.60 kips Rvg = 0.40*Fya*Avg Rvg >= R, O.K. Rpe =

Rps =

Net Shear Capacity of (2) Clip Angles at Beam Web: Rpv =

Avn = 15.094 in.^2 Avn = Avg-2*(Nr*dh1*ta) Bolt Bear

Rvn = 262.63 kips Rvn = 0.30*Fua*Avn <= 0.40*Fya*Avg Rvn >= R, O.K. C1 =

(continued)

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"CLIPCONN.xls" Program

Version 2.0

Rpe =

Rps =

Clip Angles to Beam Web (continued): Rpa =

Gross Tension Capacity of (2) Clip Angles at Beam Web: Gross Sh

Atg = 22.125 in.^2 Atg = 2*((Nr-1)*S+(2*ED))*ta ho =

Rtg = 458.01 kips Rtg = (0.60*Fya*Atg)*(1-(R/Rvg)^2) Rtg >= P, O.K. Avg =

(Ref.: "Combined Shear & Tension Stress" by: S.C. Goel, AISC Journal, 3rd Qtr.-1986)Rvg =

Net Tension Capacity of (2) Clip Angles at Beam Web: Net Shea

Atn = 14.625 in.^2 Atn = Atg-2*(Nr*(dh1+1/16)*ta) <= 0.85*Atg Avn =

Rtn = 398.15 kips Rtn = (0.50*Fua*Atn)*(1-(R/Rvn)^2) <= (0.60*Fya*Atg)*(1-(R/Rvn)^2) Rvn =

Rtn >= P, O.K. Gross Te

Block Shear ("L-shaped") Capacity of (2) Clip Angles at Beam Web: Atg =

Av = 14.508 in.^2 Av = 2*((ED+(Nr-1)*S)-((Nr-1)*dh1+dh1/2))*ta Rtg =

At = 0.773 in.^2 At = 2*((Lb-D2)-dh/2)*ta Net Tensi

Rbs = 274.87 kips Rbs = 0.30*Fua*Av+0.50*Fua*At Rbs >= R, O.K. Atn =

Rtn =

Tension Tear-Out ("L-shaped") Capacity of (2) Clip Angles at Beam Web: Block Sh

Av = 0.773 in.^2 Av = 2*((Lb-D2)-dh1/2)*ta Av =

At = 14.508 in.^2 At = 2*((ED+(Nr-1)*S)-((Nr-1)*dh1+dh1/2))*ta At =

Rto = 409.90 kips Rto = (0.30*Fua*Av+0.50*Fua*At)*(1-(R/Rbs)^2) Rbs =

Rto >= P, O.K. Tension T

Tension Tear-Out ("U-shaped") Capacity of (2) Clip Angles at Beam Web: Av =

Av = 1.547 in.^2 Av = 2*(2*((Lb-D2)-dh1/2))*ta At =

At = 13.922 in.^2 At = 2*((Nr-1)*S-(Nr-1)*dh1)*ta Rto =

Rto = 430.65 kips Rto = (0.30*Fua*Av+0.50*Fua*At) Rto >= P, O.K. Tension T

Av =

Beam Checks for Top Flange Coped Only: At =

Bolt Bearing Capacity of Beam Web (for Vertical): Rto =

C1 = 0 in. C1 = Spacing increment from AISC Table J3.4, page 5-76 Web Buc

C2 = 0 in. C2 = Edge distance increment from AISC Table J3.6, page 5-76 ho =

Rpe = 14.14 kips Rpe = 0.50*Fub*((D1-dc1)-C2)*tw*(1) e=

Rps = 356.27 kips Rps = 1.2*Fub*db*tw*(Nr-1) (C1 is not applicable for S >= 3*db) yc =

Rpv = 370.40 kips Rpv = Rpe+Rps <= 1.2*Fub*db*tw*(Nr) Rpv >= R, O.K. In =

Sn =

Bolt Bearing Capacity of Beam Web (for Axial): c/ho =

C1 = N.A. in. C1 = Spacing increment (not applicable for all edge bolts) k=

C2 = 0 in. C2 = Edge distance increment from AISC Table J3.6, page 5-76 c/d =

Rpe = 395.85 kips Rpe = 1.2*Fub*db*tw*(Nr) (C2 is not applicable for (D2-s) >= 1.5*db) f =

Rps = N.A. kips Rps = not applicable, since all are edge bolts for bearing due to axialFbc load=

Rpa = 383.66 kips Rpa = (Rpe+Rps)*(1-(R/Rpv)^2) <= 1.2*Fub*db*tw*(Nr)*(1-(R/Rpv)^2) Rwb =

Rpa >= P, O.K. Beam Che

Gross Shear Capacity of Beam Web for Top Flange Coped: Bolt Bear

ho = 33.250 in. ho = d-dc1 C1 =

Avg = 21.613 in.^2 Avg = ho*tw C2 =

Rvg = 311.22 kips Rvg = 0.40*Fyb*Avg Rvg >= R, O.K. Rpe =

Rps =

Net Shear Capacity of Beam Web for Top Flange Coped: Rpv =

Avn = 15.519 in.^2 Avn = (ho-Nr*dh2)*tw Bolt Bear

Rvn = 270.03 kips Rvn = 0.3*Fub*Avn <= 0.40*Fyb*Avg Rvn >= R, O.K. C1 =

(continued)

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"CLIPCONN.xls" Program

Version 2.0

Rpe =

Rps =

Beam Checks for Top Flange Coped Only (continued): Rpa =

Gross Tension Capacity of Beam for Top Flange Coped: Gross Sh

Atg = 33.636 in.^2 Atg = A-(bf*tf+(dc1-tf)*tw) ho =

Rtg = 694.84 kips Rtg = (0.60*Fyb*Atg)*(1-(R/Rvg)^2) Rtg >= P, O.K. Avg =

Rvg =

Net Tension Capacity of Beam for Top Flange Coped: Net Shea

Atn = 27.136 in.^2 Atn = Atg-(Nr*(dh2+1/16))*tw <= 0.85*Atg Avn =

Rtn = 684.43 kips Rtn = (0.50*Fub*Atn)*(1-(R/Rvn)^2) <= (0.60*Fyb*Atg)*(1-(R/Rvn)^2) Rvn =

Rtn >= P, O.K. Gross Te

Block Shear ("L-shaped") Capacity of Beam Web for Top Flange Coped: Atg =

Av = 12.248 in.^2 Av = ((D1-dc1)+(Nr-1)*S-((Nr-1)*dh2+dh2/2))*tw Rtg =

At = 0.670 in.^2 At = ((D2-s)-dh2/2)*tw Net Tensi

Rbs = 232.56 kips Rbs = 0.30*Fub*Av+0.50*Fub*At Rbs >= R, O.K. Atn =

Rtn =

Tension Tear-Out ("L-shaped") Capacity of Beam Web for Top Flange Coped: Block Sh

Av = 0.670 in.^2 Av = ((D2-s)-dh2/2)*tw Av =

At = 12.248 in.^2 At = ((D1-dc1)+(Nr-1)*S-((Nr-1)*dh2+dh2/2))*tw At =

Rto = 338.21 kips Rto = (0.30*Fub*Av+0.50*Fub*At)*(1-(R/Rbs)^2) Rbs =

Rto >= P, O.K. Tension T

Tension Tear-Out ("U-shaped") Capacity of Beam Web for Top Flange Coped: Av =

Av = 1.341 in.^2 Av = 2*((D2-s)-dh2/2)*tw At =

At = 12.066 in.^2 At = ((Nr-1)*S-(Nr-1)*dh2)*tw Rto =

Rto = 373.23 kips Rto = (0.30*Fub*Av+0.50*Fub*At) Rto >= P, O.K. Tension T

Av =

Web Buckling (Flexure) Capacity for Top Flange Coped: At =

ho = 33.250 in. ho = d-dc1 Rto =

e = 9.000 in. e = c+s Web Buc

yc = 11.004 in. yc = (bf*tf^2/2+(ho-tf)*tw*(tf+(ho-tf)/2))/((ho-tf)*tw+bf*tf) ho =

In = 3949.93 in.^4 In=bf*tf^3/12+bf*tf*(yc-tf/2)^2+tw*(ho-tf)^3/12+(ho-tf)*tw*(tf+(ho-tf)/2-yc)^2

e=

Sn = 177.56 in.^3 Sn = In/(ho-yc) yc =

c/ho = 0.256 c/ho = ratio for evaluating plate buckling coefficient (k) In =

k = 20.885 If c/ho <= 1.0, then k = 2.2*(ho/c)^1.65, else k = 2.2*(ho/c) Sn =

c/d = 0.236 c/d = ratio for evaluating adjustment factor (f) of plate buckling model dc =

f = 0.472 If c/d <= 1.0, then f = 2*(c/d), else f = 1+(c/d) fd =

Fbc = 20.71 ksi Fbc = Min. of: (15,700*f*k*(tw/ho)^2 or 0.60*Fy)*(1-P/(0.60*Fy*Atg)) Fbc =

Rwb = 408.54 kips Rwb = Fbc*Sn/e Rwb >= R, O.K. Rwb =

Column Ch

Prying Ac

twc =

p=

b=

b' =

a=

a' =

=

d' =

=

(continued)

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"CLIPCONN.xls" Program

Version 2.0

' =

tf(req'd) =

Column Checks: tc =

Prying Action and Column Flange Bending ' =

twc = 0.5900 in. twc = tw Ra =

p = 3.0000 in. p = S (for bolts in column flange)

b = 2.4550 in. b = (g-tw)/2 Bolt Bear

b' = 2.0175 in. b' = b-db/2 Rp =

a = 1.5750 in. a = minimum of: (bfc-g)/2 , (2*Lc+twb-g)/2 , or 1.25*b Column W

a' = 2.0125 in. a' = a+db/2 twc =

= 1.0025 = b'/a' N=

d' = 0.9375 in. d' = dh = db+1/16 (for Standard sized holes in column flange) fwy =

= 0.6875 = 1-d'/p Fwy =

= 16.597 = (1/)*(B/T-1) Column W

' = 1.0000 If >= 1: ' = 1, If < 1: ' = lesser of 1.0 or (1/)*(/(1-)) twc =

tf(req'd) = 0.3645 in. tf(req'd) = SQRT(8*T*b'/(p*Fyc*(1+*'))) tf >= tf(req'd), O.K. N =

tc = 1.9885 in. tc = SQRT(8*B*b'/(p*Fyc)) Ra =

' = 2.5241 ' = 1/(*(1+))*((tc/tf)^2-1) Web Dou

Ra = 199.55 kips If ' >1: Ra = Nb*B*(tf/tc)^2*(1+) , If ' < 0: Ra = Nb*B Ldw =

If 0 <= ' <= 1: Ra = Nb*B*(tf/tc)^2*(1+*') Ra >= P, O.K. fw =

=

Bolt Bearing in Column Flange: (max) =

Rp = 1144.92 kips Rp = 1.2*Fu*tfc*db*Nb Rp >= R, O.K. W12x40

W12x35

Column Web Yielding: W12x30

twc = 0.5900 in. twc = tw W12x26

N = 27.000 in. Assume: N = (Nr-1)*S W12x22

fwy = 1.47 ksi fwy = P/(twc*(N+5*k)) (AISC Eqn. K1-2)

Fwy = 23.76 ksi Fwy = 0.66*Fyc Fwy >= fwy, O.K. W12x16

W12x14

Column Web Crippling: W10x112

twc = 0.5900 in. twc = tw W10x100

N = 27.000 in. Assume: N = (Nr-1)*S (AISC Eqn. K1-4)

Ra = 672.26 kips Ra = 67.5*twc^2*(1+3*(N/d)*(twc/tf)^1.5)*SQRT(Fyc*tf/twc) W10x77

Ra >= Rwc, O.K. W10x68

Web Doubler Plate to Column Flange Welding: W10x60

Ldw = N.A. in. Ldw = 2*((Nr-1)*S+2*ED) W10x54

fw = N.A. kips/in. fw = P/Ldw W10x49

= N.A. in. (size) = fw/((SQRT(2)/2)*0.30*70) W10x45

(max) = N.A. in. (size) (max) = 0.40*Fyd*td/((SQRT(2)/2)*0.30*70) W10x39

W10x33

W10x30

W10x26

Comments: W10x22

W10x19

W10x17

W10x15

W10x12

W8x67

W8x58

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"CLIPCONN.xls" Program

Version 2.0

Using Clip Angles Bolted to Column Web and Bolted to Beam Web

Subjected to Shear and/or Axial Load

Job Name: Subject: ###

Job Number: Originator: Checker: ###

###

Input Data: ###

###

Beam and Column Data: tw=0.44

Beam Size = W14x43 bf=14.5

Column Size = W14x90 ###

Beam Yield Stress, Fyb = 50 ksi ###

Column Yield Stress, Fyc = 50 ksi Face of Col. Web ###

Connection Loadings: g=5.5 ta=0.375 ###

Beam End Reaction (Shear), R = 20.00 kips ED=1.25 D2 =2 ###

Beam Axial Force, P = 5.00 kips D1=3

Nr=3 S ###

Connection Data and Parameters: S P=5 k

Angle Leg (OSL) at Column, Lc = 4.000 in. R= 20 k ###

Angle Leg at Beam Web, Lb = 3.500 in. Lc=4 A325

Angle Leg Thickness, ta = 0.3750 in. s=0.5 A490

Yield Stress of Angles, Fya = 36 ksi Lb=3.5 N

Diameter of Bolts, db = 0.875 in. X

ASTM Bolt Desig. (A325 or A490) = A325 General Nomenclature

Bolt Type (N, X, or SC) = SC Standard

Bolt Hole Type in Clip Angles = Standard tw=0.305 c=0 Oversized

Number of Bolts in Vert. Row, Nr = 3 tf=0.53 dc1=0

Dist. from Top/Beam to Bolts, D1 = 3.0000 in. ###

Dist. from Support to Bolts, D2 = 2.0000 in. ###

Bolt Vertical Spacing in Angles, S = 3.0000 in. d=13.7 ###

Bolt Gage in Angle OSL's, g = 5.500 in. ###

Edge Distance for Angles, ED = 1.250 in. ###

Beam Setback Distance, s = 0.5000 in. bf=8 dc2=0

Length of Flange Cope(s), c = 0.0000 in. c=0 ###

Depth of Top Flange Cope, dc1 = 0.0000 in. ###

Depth of Bottom Flange Cope, dc2 = 0.0000 in. Beam and Cope Nomenclature

Col. Web Doubler Plate Thk., td = 0.0000 in. ###

Doubler Plate Yield Stress, Fyd = 36 in. ###

Check Col. Web Bending/Shear? No Yes

No

Member Properties: Bolt Bear

Beam: Column: C1 =

A = 12.60 A= 26.50 in.^2 C2 =

d = 13.700 d= 14.000 in. Rpe =

tw = 0.305 tw = 0.440 in. Rps =

bf = 8.000 bf = 14.500 in. Rp =

tf = 0.530 tf = 0.710 in. Gross Sh

k = 1.1200 k= 1.3100 in. Avg =

Rvg =

(continued)

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"CLIPCONN.xls" Program

Version 2.0

Avn =

Results: Rvn =

Block Sh

General Parameters: Av =

Bolt and Material Data: At =

dh1 = 0.9375 in. dh1 = db+1/16 (Standard hole for 0.875 in. bolts in angles) Rbs =

dh2 = 0.9375 in. dh2 = db+1/16 (Standard hole for 0.875 in. bolts in beam/col. webs) Clip Angle

Ab = 0.6013 in.^2 Ab = *db^2/4 Bolt Shea

Fua = 58.0 ksi Fua = 58 for Fya = 36 (for angles) Nb =

Fub = 65.0 ksi Fub = 65 for Fyb = 50 (for beam) Pr =

Fub = 65.0 ksi Fuc = 65 for Fyc = 50 (for column) =

vb =

Clip Angles to Support: Fv =

Bolt Tension and Shear: (Note: eccentricity between C.L.'s of beam and connection is ignored)Vb =

Nb = 6 bolts Nb = 2*Nr (total number of bolts at support connection) Rbr =

Tb = 39.0 kips Tb = Pretension from AISC Table J3.7, page 5-77 (for A325 bolts) Rbv =

vb = 3.33 kips/bolt vb = R/Nb (actual shear/bolt) Rba =

fv = 5.54 ksi fv = vb/Ab (actual bolt shear stress) Bolt Bear

Fv = 16.64 ksi Fv = (Allow. shear stress from Table J3.2)*(1-ft*Ab/Tb) (for SC bolts) C1 =

Vb = 10.00 kips/bolt Vb = Fv*Ab (allowable shear/bolt) C2 =

Rbv = 60.02 kips Rbv = Nb*Vb (allow. shear load) Rbv >= R, O.K. Rpe =

T= 0.83 kips/bolt T = P/Nb (actual tension/bolt) Rps =

ft = 1.39 ksi ft = T/Ab (actual bolt tension stress) Rpv =

Ft = 44.00 ksi Ft = Allow. bolt tension stress from AISC Table J3.2 (for SC bolts) Bolt Bear

B = 26.46 kips/bolt B = Ft*Ab (allow. tension/bolt) C1 =

Rbt = 158.75 kips Rbt = Nb*B (allow. tension load) Rbt >= P, O.K. C2 =

Rpe =

Prying Action and Clip Angle Bending at OSL's: Rps =

p = 2.7500 in. p = Min. of: S or S/2+ED (tributary angle length/bolt) Rpa =

b = 2.2225 in. b = (g-tw)/2-ta Gross Sh

b' = 1.7850 in. b' = b-db/2 Avg =

a = 1.4025 in. a = minimum of: (2*Lc+tw-g)/2 or 1.25*b Rvg =

a' = 1.8400 in. a' = a+db/2 Net Shea

= 0.9701 = b'/a' Avn =

d' = 0.9375 d' = dh1 Rvn =

= 0.6591 = 1-d'/p Gross Te

= 31.697 = (1/)*(B/T-1) Atg =

' = 1.0000 If >= 1: ' = 1, If < 1: ' = lesser of 1.0 or (1/)*(/(1-)) Rtg =

ta(req'd) = 0.269 in. ta(req'd) = SQRT(8*T*b'/(p*Fya*(1+*'))) ta >= ta(req'd), O.K. Net Tensi

tc = 1.954 in. tc = SQRT(8*B*b'/(p*Fya)) Atn =

' = 20.1302 ' = 1/(*(1+))*((tc/ta)^2-1) Rtn =

Ra = 9.70 kips If ' >1: Ra = Nb*B*(ta/tc)^2*(1+) , If ' < 0: Ra = Nb*B Block Sh

If 0 <= ' <= 1: Ra = Nb*B*(ta/tc)^2*(1+*') Ra >= P, O.K. Av =

Bolt Bearing Capacity of (2) Clip Angles at OSL's: At =

C1 = 0 in. C1 = Spacing increment from AISC Table J3.4, page 5-76 Rbs =

C2 = 0 in. C2 = Edge distance increment from AISC Table J3.6, page 5-76 Tension T

Rpe = 27.19 kips Rpe = 2*(0.50*Fua*(ED-C2)*ta)*(1) Av =

Rps = 91.35 kips Rps = 2*(1.2*Fua*db*ta)*(Nr-1) (C1 is not applicable for S >= 3*db) At =

Rp = 118.54 kips Rp = Rpe+Rps <= 2*(1.2*Fua*db*ta)*(Nr) Rp >= R, O.K. Rto =

(continued)

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"CLIPCONN.xls" Program

Version 2.0

Av =

At =

Clip Angles to Support (continued): Rto =

Gross Shear Capacity of (2) Clip Angles at OSL's: Beam Che

Avg = 6.375 in.^2 Avg = 2*((Nr-1)*S+(2*ED))*ta Bolt Bear

Rvg = 91.80 kips Rvg = 0.40*Fya*Avg Rvg >= R, O.K. C1 =

C2 =

Net Shear Capacity of (2) Clip Angles at OSL's: Rpe =

Avn = 4.266 in.^2 Avn = Avg-2*(Nr*dh1*ta) Rps =

Rvn = 74.22 kips Rvn = 0.30*Fua*Avn <= 0.40*Fya*Avg Rvn >= R, O.K. Rpv =

Bolt Bear

Block Shear ("L-shaped") Capacity of (2) Clip Angles at OSL's: C1 =

Av = 3.680 in.^2 Av = 2*((ED+(Nr-1)*S)-((Nr-1)*dh1+dh1/2))*ta C2 =

At = 0.700 in.^2 At = 2*((2*Lc+tw-g)/2-dh1/2)*ta Rpe =

Rbs = 84.34 kips Rbs = 0.30*Fua*Av+0.50*Fua*At Rbs >= R, O.K. Rps =

Rpa =

Clip Angles to Beam Web: Gross Sh

Bolt Shear (Double-Shear): (Note: eccentricity = D2 is neglected per AISC, Vol. II: "Connections")Avg =

Nb = 3 bolts Nb = Nr (total number of bolts at beam connection) Rvg =

Pr = 20.62 kips Pr = SQRT(R^2+P^2) (resultant load) Net Shea

= 14.04 deg. = 90-(ATAN(R/P)) (angle from vertical) Avn =

vb = 6.67 kips/bolt vb = R/Nb (actual shear/bolt) Rvn =

Fv = 17.00 ksi Fv = Allow. shear stress from AISC Table J3.2, page 5-73 (for SC bolts) Gross Te

Vb = 20.44 kips/bolt Vb = (2)*Fv*Ab (allow. shear/bolt, where 2 is for Double-Shear) Atg =

Rbr = 61.33 kips Rbr = Nb*Vb (allow. end shear) Rtg =

Rbv = 59.50 kips Rbv = Rbr*COS (vertical) Rbv >= R, O.K. Net Tensi

Rba = 14.88 kips Rba = Rbr*SIN (axial) Rba >= P, O.K. Atn =

Rtn =

Bolt Bearing Capacity of (2) Clip Angles at Beam Web (for Vertical): Block Sh

C1 = 0 in. C1 = Spacing increment from AISC Table J3.4, page 5-76 Av =

C2 = 0 in. C2 = Edge distance increment from AISC Table J3.6, page 5-76 At =

Rpe = 27.19 kips Rpe = 2*(0.50*Fua*(ED-C2)*ta)*(1) Rbs =

Rps = 91.35 kips Rps = 2*(1.2*Fua*db*ta)*(Nr-1) (C1 is not applicable for S >= 3*db) Tension T

Rpv = 118.54 kips Rpv = Rpe+Rps <= 2*(1.2*Fua*db*ta)*(Nr) Rpv >= R, O.K. Av =

At =

Bolt Bearing Capacity of (2) Clip Angles at Beam Web (for Axial): Rto =

C1 = N.A. in. C1 = Spacing increment (not applicable for all edge bolts) Tension T

C2 = 0 in. C2 = Edge distance increment from AISC Table J3.6, page 5-76 Av =

Rpe = 137.03 kips Rpe = 2*(1.2*Fua*db*ta)*(Nr) (C2 not applicable for (Lb-D2) >= 1.5*db) At =

Rps = N.A. kips Rps = not applicable, since all edge bolts for bearing due to axial load

Rto =

Rpa = 133.12 kips Rpa = (Rpe+Rps)*(1-(R/Rpv)^2) <= 2*(1.2*Fua*db*ta)*(Nr)*(1-(R/Rpv)^2) Beam Che

Rpa >= P, O.K. Bolt Bear

Gross Shear Capacity of (2) Clip Angles at Beam Web: C1 =

Avg = 6.375 in.^2 Avg = 2*((Nr-1)*S+(2*ED))*ta C2 =

Rvg = 91.80 kips Rvg = 0.40*Fya*Avg Rvg >= R, O.K. Rpe =

Rps =

Net Shear Capacity of (2) Clip Angles at Beam Web: Rpv =

Avn = 4.266 in.^2 Avn = Avg-2*(Nr*dh1*ta) Bolt Bear

Rvn = 74.22 kips Rvn = 0.30*Fua*Avn <= 0.40*Fya*Avg Rvn >= R, O.K. C1 =

(continued)

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"CLIPCONN.xls" Program

Version 2.0

Rpe =

Rps =

Clip Angles to Beam Web (continued): Rpa =

Gross Tension Capacity of (2) Clip Angles at Beam Web: Gross Sh

Atg = 6.375 in.^2 Atg = 2*((Nr-1)*S+(2*ED))*ta ho =

Rtg = 131.16 kips Rtg = (0.60*Fya*Atg)*(1-(R/Rvg)^2) Rtg >= P, O.K. Avg =

(Ref.: "Combined Shear & Tension Stress" by: S.C. Goel, AISC Journal, 3rd Qtr.-1986)Rvg =

Net Tension Capacity of (2) Clip Angles at Beam Web: Net Shea

Atn = 4.125 in.^2 Atn = Atg-2*(Nr*(dh1+1/16)*ta) <= 0.85*Atg Avn =

Rtn = 110.94 kips Rtn = (0.50*Fua*Atn)*(1-(R/Rvn)^2) <= (0.60*Fya*Atg)*(1-(R/Rvn)^2) Rvn =

Rtn >= P, O.K. Gross Te

Block Shear ("L-shaped") Capacity of (2) Clip Angles at Beam Web: Atg =

Av = 3.680 in.^2 Av = 2*((ED+(Nr-1)*S)-((Nr-1)*dh1+dh1/2))*ta Rtg =

At = 0.773 in.^2 At = 2*((Lb-D2)-dh/2)*ta Net Tensi

Rbs = 86.46 kips Rbs = 0.30*Fua*Av+0.50*Fua*At Rbs >= R, O.K. Atn =

Rtn =

Tension Tear-Out ("L-shaped") Capacity of (2) Clip Angles at Beam Web: Block Sh

Av = 0.773 in.^2 Av = 2*((Lb-D2)-dh1/2)*ta Av =

At = 3.680 in.^2 At = 2*((ED+(Nr-1)*S)-((Nr-1)*dh1+dh1/2))*ta At =

Rto = 113.74 kips Rto = (0.30*Fua*Av+0.50*Fua*At)*(1-(R/Rbs)^2) Rbs =

Rto >= P, O.K. Tension T

Tension Tear-Out ("U-shaped") Capacity of (2) Clip Angles at Beam Web: Av =

Av = 1.547 in.^2 Av = 2*(2*((Lb-D2)-dh1/2))*ta At =

At = 3.094 in.^2 At = 2*((Nr-1)*S-(Nr-1)*dh1)*ta Rto =

Rto = 116.63 kips Rto = (0.30*Fua*Av+0.50*Fua*At) Rto >= P, O.K. Tension T

Av =

Beam Checks for Uncoped Flanges: At =

Bolt Bearing Capacity of Beam Web (for Vertical): Rto =

C1 = 0 in. C1 = Spacing increment from AISC Table J3.4, page 5-76 Web Buc

C2 = N.A. in. C2 = Edge distance increment (not applicable for uncoped beam) ho =

Rpe = 20.82 kips Rpe = 1.2*Fub*db*tw*(1) (for 1 edge bolt, edge dist. and C2 are N.A.) e =

Rps = 41.63 kips Rps = 1.2*Fub*db*tw*(Nr-1) (C1 is not applicable for S >= 3*db) yc =

Rpv = 62.45 kips Rpv = Rpe+Rps <= 1.2*Fub*db*tw*(Nr) Rpv >= R, O.K. In =

Sn =

Bolt Bearing Capacity of Beam Web (for Axial): c/ho =

C1 = N.A. in. C1 = Spacing increment (not applicable for all edge bolts) k=

C2 = N.A. in. C2 = Edge distance increment (not applicable for uncoped beam) c/d =

Rpe = 62.45 kips Rpe = 1.2*Fub*db*tw*(Nr) (C2 is not applicable for (D2-s) >= 1.5*db) f =

Rps = N.A. kips Rps = not applicable, since all edge bolts for bearing due to axial load Fbc =

Rpa = 56.04 kips Rpa = (Rpe+Rps)*(1-(R/Rpv)^2) <= 1.2*Fub*db*tw*(Nr)*(1-(R/Rpv)^2) Rwb =

Rpa >= P, O.K. Beam Che

Gross Shear Capacity of Beam Web: Bolt Bear

ho = N.A in. ho = not applicable for uncoped beam C1 =

Avg = 4.179 in.^2 Avg = d*tw C2 =

Rvg = 83.57 kips Rvg = 0.40*Fyb*Avg Rvg >= R, O.K. Rpe =

Rps =

Net Shear Capacity of Beam Web: Rpv =

Avn = 3.321 in.^2 Avn = (d-Nr*dh2)*tw Bolt Bear

Rvn = 64.75 kips Rvn = 0.30*Fub*Avn <= 0.40*Fyb*Avg Rvn >= R, O.K. C1 =

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"CLIPCONN.xls" Program

Version 2.0

Rpe =

Rps =

Beam Checks for Uncoped Flanges (continued): Rpa =

Gross Tension Capacity of Beam: Gross Sh

Atg = 12.600 in.^2 Atg = A ho =

Rtg = 356.35 kips Rtg = (0.60*Fyb*Atg)*(1-(R/Rvg)^2) Rtg >= P, O.K. Avg =

Rvg =

Net Tension Capacity of Beam: Net Shea

Atn = 10.710 in.^2 Atn = Atg-(Nr*(dh2+1/16))*tw <= 0.85*Atg Avn =

Rtn = 314.87 kips Rtn = (0.50*Fub*Atn)*(1-(R/Rvn)^2) <= (0.60*Fyb*Atg)*(1-(R/Rvn)^2) Rvn =

Rtn >= P, O.K. Gross Te

Block Shear ("L-shaped") Capacity of Beam Web: Atg =

Av = N.A. in.^2 Av = not applicable for uncoped beam Rtg =

At = N.A. in.^2 At = not applicable for uncoped beam Net Tensi

Rbs = N.A. kips Rbs = not applicable for uncoped beam Atn =

Rtn =

Tension Tear-Out ("L-shaped") Capacity of Beam Web: Block Sh

Av = N.A. in.^2 Av = not applicable for uncoped beam Av =

At = N.A. in.^2 At = not applicable for uncoped beam At =

Rto = N.A. kips Rto = not applicable for uncoped beam Rbs =

Tension T

Tension Tear-Out ("U-shaped") Capacity of Beam Web: Av =

Av = 0.629 in.^2 Av = 2*((D2-s)-dh2/2)*tw At =

At = 1.258 in.^2 At = ((Nr-1)*S-(Nr-1)*dh2)*tw Rto =

Rto = 53.16 kips Rto = 0.30*Fub*Av+0.50*Fub*At Rto >= P, O.K. Tension T

Av =

Web Buckling (Flexure) Capacity Not Applicable for Uncoped Beam At =

ho = N.A. in. ho = d-dc1 Rto =

e= N.A. in. e = c+s Web Buc

yc = N.A. in. yc = (bf*tf^2/2+(ho-tf)*tw*(tf+(ho-tf)/2))/((ho-tf)*tw+bf*tf) ho =

In = N.A. in.^4 In=bf*tf^3/12+bf*tf*(yc-tf/2)^2+tw*(ho-tf)^3/12+(ho-tf)*tw*(tf+(ho-tf)/2-yc)^2

e=

Sn = N.A. in.^3 Sn = In/(ho-yc) yc =

c/ho = N.A. c/ho = ratio for evaluating plate buckling coefficient (k) In =

k= N.A. If c/ho <= 1.0, then k = 2.2*(ho/c)^1.65, else k = 2.2*(ho/c) Sn =

c/d = N.A. c/d = ratio for evaluating adjustment factor (f) of plate buckling model dc =

f= N.A. If c/d <= 1.0, then f = 2*(c/d), else f = 1+(c/d) fd =

Fbc = N.A. ksi Fbc = Min. of: (15,700*f*k*(tw/ho)^2 or 0.60*Fy)*(1-P/(0.60*Fy*Atg)) Fbc =

Rwb = N.A. kips Rwb = Fbc*Sn/e Rwb =

Column Ch

Column Checks: Bolt Bear

Bolt Bearing in Column Web: twc =

twc = 0.4400 in. twc = tw+td*(Fyd/Fyc) Rp =

Rp = 180.18 kips Rp = 1.2*Fu*twc*db*Nb Rp >= R, O.K. Column W

twc =

mp =

Tc =

a=

b=

c=

(continued)

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"CLIPCONN.xls" Program

Version 2.0

=

Pn =

Column Checks (continued): Pa =

Column Web Bending: (assume LRFD "yield line" theory and convert results back to ASD) Column W

twc = N.A. in. twc = tw+td*(Fyd/Fyc) twc =

mp = N.A. kips mp = 0.25*Fyc*twc^2 fv =

Tc = N.A. in. Tc = dc-2*kc Fv =

a= N.A. in. a = (Tc-c)/2 Web Dou

b= N.A. in. b = a = (Tc-c)/2 Ldw =

c= N.A. in. c=g fw =

L= N.A. in. L = (Nr-1)*S =

= N.A. = 0.90 (max) =

Pn = N.A. kips Pn = *8*mp*(SQRT(2*Tc/(Tc-g))+L/(2*(Tc-g))) W12x106

Pa = N.A. kips Pa = Pn/1.5 (converting LRFD value back to ASD value) W12x96

W12x87

Column Web Out of Plane Shear: W12x79

twc = N.A. in. twc = tw+td*(Fyd/Fyc) W12x72

fv = N.A. ksi fv = (P/Nb)/(twc*(S-dhc)) W12x65

Fv = N.A. ksi Fv = 0.4*Fyc W12x58

W12x53

Web Doubler Plate to Column Flange Welding: W12x50

Ldw = N.A. in. Ldw = 2*((Nr-1)*S+2*ED) W12x45

fw = N.A. kips/in. fw = P/Ldw W12x40

= N.A. in. (size) = fw/((SQRT(2)/2)*0.30*70) W12x35

(max) = N.A. in. (size) (max) = 0.40*Fyd*td/((SQRT(2)/2)*0.30*70) W12x30

W12x26

W12x22

W12x19

Comments: W12x16

W12x14

W10x112

W10x100

W10x88

W10x77

W10x68

W10x60

W10x54

W10x49

W10x45

W10x39

W10x33

W10x30

W10x26

W10x22

W10x19

W10x17

W10x15

W10x12

W8x67

W8x58

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"CLIPCONN.xls" Program

Version 2.0

Using Clip Angles Bolted to Girder Web and Bolted to Beam Web

Subjected to Shear and/or Axial Load

Job Name: Subject: ###

Job Number: Originator: Checker: ###

###

Input Data: ###

Face of Girder Web ###

Beam and Support Data: g=5.5 ta=0.375 ###

Beam Size = W24x76 ED=1.25 D2 =2 ###

Girder Size = W36x280 D1=3.25

Beam Yield Stress, Fyb = 36 ksi Nr=6 S ###

Girder Yield Stress, Fyg = 36 ksi S P=10 k

Connection Loadings: R= 65 k ###

Beam End Reaction (Shear), R = 65.00 kips Lc=4 ###

Beam Axial Force, P = 10.00 kips s=0.5 ###

Lb=3.5 ###

Connection Data and Parameters: ###

Angle Leg (OSL) at Girder, Lc = 4.000 in. General Nomenclature

Angle Leg at Beam Web, Lb = 3.500 in. A325

Angle Leg Thickness, ta = 0.3750 in. tw=0.44 c=6.25 A490

Yield Stress of Angles, Fya = 36 ksi tf=0.68 dc1=2

Diameter of Bolts, db = 0.875 in. X

ASTM Bolt Desig. (A325 or A490) = A325 SC

Bolt Type (N, X, or SC) = SC d=23.9 Standard

Bolt Hole Type in Clip Angles = Standard Oversized

Number of Bolts in Vert. Row, Nr = 6 ###

Dist. from Top/Beam to Bolts, D1 = 3.2500 in. bf=8.99 dc2=0

Dist. from Support to Bolts, D2 = 2.0000 in. c=0 ###

Bolt Vertical Spacing in Angles, S = 3.0000 in. ###

Bolt Gage in Angle OSL's, g = 5.500 in. Beam and Cope Nomenclature

Edge Distance for Angles, ED = 1.250 in. ###

Beam Setback Distance, s = 0.5000 in. ###

Length of Flange Cope(s), c = 6.2500 in. ###

Depth of Top Flange Cope, dc1 = 2.0000 in. ###

Depth of Bottom Flange Cope, dc2 = 0.0000 in. ###

Girder Web Doubler Plate Thk., td = 0.0000 in. ###

Doubler Plate Yield Stress, Fyd = 36 in. ###

Check Girder Web Bending/Shear? No Yes

No

Member Properties: Bolt Bear

Beam: Girder: C1 =

A = 22.40 A= 82.40 in.^2 C2 =

d = 23.900 d= 36.500 in. Rpe =

tw = 0.440 tw = 0.885 in. Rps =

bf = 8.990 bf = 16.600 in. Rp =

tf = 0.680 tf = 1.570 in. Gross Sh

k = 1.1800 k= 2.5200 in. Avg =

Rvg =

(continued)

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"CLIPCONN.xls" Program

Version 2.0

Avn =

Results: Rvn =

Block Sh

General Parameters: Av =

Bolt and Material Data: At =

dh1 = 0.9375 in. dh1 = db+1/16 (Standard hole for 0.875 in. bolts in angles) Rbs =

dh2 = 0.9375 in. dh2 = db+1/16 (Standard hole for 0.875 in. bolts in beam/girder webs) Clip Angle

Ab = 0.6013 in.^2 Ab = *db^2/4 Bolt Shea

Fua = 58.0 ksi Fua = 58 for Fya = 36 (for angles) Nb =

Fub = 58.0 ksi Fub = 58 for Fyb = 36 (for beam) Pr =

Fuc = 58.0 ksi Fug = 58 for Fyg = 36 (for girder) =

vb =

Clip Angles to Support: Fv =

Bolt Tension and Shear: (Note: eccentricity between C.L.'s of beam and connection is ignored)Vb =

Nb = 12 bolts Nb = 2*Nr (total number of bolts at support connection) Rbr =

Tb = 39.0 kips Tb = Pretension from AISC Table J3.7, page 5-77 (for A325 bolts) Rbv =

vb = 5.42 kips/bolt vb = R/Nb (actual shear/bolt) Rba =

fv = 9.01 ksi fv = vb/Ab (actual bolt shear stress) Bolt Bear

Fv = 16.64 ksi Fv = (Allow. shear stress from Table J3.2)*(1-ft*Ab/Tb) (for SC bolts) C1 =

Vb = 10.00 kips/bolt Vb = Fv*Ab (allowable shear/bolt) C2 =

Rbv = 120.05 kips Rbv = Nb*Vb (allow. shear load) Rbv >= R, O.K. Rpe =

T= 0.83 kips/bolt T = P/Nb (actual tension/bolt) Rps =

ft = 1.39 ksi ft = T/Ab (actual bolt tension stress) Rpv =

Ft = 44.00 ksi Ft = Allow. bolt tension stress from AISC Table J3.2 (for SC bolts) Bolt Bear

B = 26.46 kips/bolt B = Ft*Ab (allow. tension/bolt) C1 =

Rbt = 317.50 kips Rbt = Nb*B (allow. tension load) Rbt >= P, O.K. C2 =

Rpe =

Prying Action and Clip Angle Bending at OSL's: Rps =

p = 2.7500 in. p = Min. of: S or S/2+ED (tributary angle length/bolt) Rpa =

b = 2.1550 in. b = (g-tw)/2-ta Gross Sh

b' = 1.7175 in. b' = b-db/2 Avg =

a = 1.4700 in. a = minimum of: (2*Lc+tw-g)/2 or 1.25*b Rvg =

a' = 1.9075 in. a' = a+db/2 Net Shea

= 0.9004 = b'/a' Avn =

d' = 0.9375 d' = dh1 Rvn =

= 0.6591 = 1-d'/p Gross Te

= 34.151 = (1/)*(B/T-1) Atg =

' = 1.0000 If >= 1: ' = 1, If < 1: ' = lesser of 1.0 or (1/)*(/(1-)) Rtg =

ta(req'd) = 0.264 in. ta(req'd) = SQRT(8*T*b'/(p*Fya*(1+*'))) ta >= ta(req'd), O.K. Net Tensi

tc = 1.916 in. tc = SQRT(8*B*b'/(p*Fya)) Atn =

' = 20.0494 ' = 1/(*(1+))*((tc/ta)^2-1) Rtn =

Ra = 20.17 kips If ' >1: Ra = Nb*B*(ta/tc)^2*(1+) , If ' < 0: Ra = Nb*B Block Sh

If 0 <= ' <= 1: Ra = Nb*B*(ta/tc)^2*(1+*') Ra >= P, O.K. Av =

Bolt Bearing Capacity of (2) Clip Angles at OSL's: At =

C1 = 0 in. C1 = Spacing increment from AISC Table J3.4, page 5-76 Rbs =

C2 = 0 in. C2 = Edge distance increment from AISC Table J3.6, page 5-76 Tension T

Rpe = 27.19 kips Rpe = 2*(0.50*Fua*(ED-C2)*ta)*(1) Av =

Rps = 228.38 kips Rps = 2*(1.2*Fua*db*ta)*(Nr-1) (C1 is not applicable for S >= 3*db) At =

Rp = 255.56 kips Rp = Rpe+Rps <= 2*(1.2*Fua*db*ta)*(Nr) Rp >= R, O.K. Rto =

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Av =

At =

Clip Angles to Support (continued): Rto =

Gross Shear Capacity of (2) Clip Angles at OSL's: Beam Che

Avg = 13.125 in.^2 Avg = 2*((Nr-1)*S+(2*ED))*ta Bolt Bear

Rvg = 189.00 kips Rvg = 0.40*Fya*Avg Rvg >= R, O.K. C1 =

C2 =

Net Shear Capacity of (2) Clip Angles at OSL's: Rpe =

Avn = 8.906 in.^2 Avn = Avg-2*(Nr*dh1*ta) Rps =

Rvn = 154.97 kips Rvn = 0.30*Fua*Avn <= 0.40*Fya*Avg Rvn >= R, O.K. Rpv =

Bolt Bear

Block Shear ("L-shaped") Capacity of (2) Clip Angles at OSL's: C1 =

Av = 8.320 in.^2 Av = 2*((ED+(Nr-1)*S)-((Nr-1)*dh1+dh1/2))*ta C2 =

At = 0.751 in.^2 At = 2*((2*Lc+tw-g)/2-dh1/2)*ta Rpe =

Rbs = 166.55 kips Rbs = 0.30*Fua*Av+0.50*Fua*At Rbs >= R, O.K. Rps =

Rpa =

Clip Angles to Beam Web: Gross Sh

Bolt Shear (Double-Shear): (Note: eccentricity = D2 is neglected per AISC, Vol. II: "Connections")Avg =

Nb = 6 bolts Nb = Nr (total number of bolts at beam connection) Rvg =

Pr = 65.76 kips Pr = SQRT(R^2+P^2) (resultant load) Net Shea

= 8.75 deg. = 90-(ATAN(R/P)) (angle from vertical) Avn =

vb = 10.83 kips/bolt vb = R/Nb (actual shear/bolt) Rvn =

Fv = 17.00 ksi Fv = Allow. shear stress from AISC Table J3.2, page 5-73 (for SC bolts) Gross Te

Vb = 20.44 kips/bolt Vb = (2)*Fv*Ab (allow. shear/bolt, where 2 is for Double-Shear) Atg =

Rbr = 122.67 kips Rbr = Nb*Vb (allow. end shear) Rtg =

Rbv = 121.24 kips Rbv = Rbr*COS (vertical) Rbv >= R, O.K. Net Tensi

Rba = 18.65 kips Rba = Rbr*SIN (axial) Rba >= P, O.K. Atn =

Rtn =

Bolt Bearing Capacity of (2) Clip Angles at Beam Web (for Vertical): Block Sh

C1 = 0 in. C1 = Spacing increment from AISC Table J3.4, page 5-76 Av =

C2 = 0 in. C2 = Edge distance increment from AISC Table J3.6, page 5-76 At =

Rpe = 27.19 kips Rpe = 2*(0.50*Fua*(ED-C2)*ta)*(1) Rbs =

Rps = 228.38 kips Rps = 2*(1.2*Fua*db*ta)*(Nr-1) (C1 is not applicable for S >= 3*db) Tension T

Rpv = 255.56 kips Rpv = Rpe+Rps <= 2*(1.2*Fua*db*ta)*(Nr) Rpv >= R, O.K. Av =

At =

Bolt Bearing Capacity of (2) Clip Angles at Beam Web (for Axial): Rto =

C1 = N.A. in. C1 = Spacing increment (not applicable for all edge bolts) Tension T

C2 = 0 in. C2 = Edge distance increment from AISC Table J3.6, page 5-76 Av =

Rpe = 274.05 kips Rpe = 2*(1.2*Fua*db*ta)*(Nr) (C2 not applicable for (Lb-D2) >= 1.5*db) At =

Rps = N.A. kips Rps = not applicable, since all edge bolts for bearing due to axial load

Rto =

Rpa = 256.32 kips Rpa = (Rpe+Rps)*(1-(R/Rpv)^2) <= 2*(1.2*Fua*db*ta)*(Nr)*(1-(R/Rpv)^2) Beam Che

Rpa >= P, O.K. Bolt Bear

Gross Shear Capacity of (2) Clip Angles at Beam Web: C1 =

Avg = 13.125 in.^2 Avg = 2*((Nr-1)*S+(2*ED))*ta C2 =

Rvg = 189.00 kips Rvg = 0.40*Fya*Avg Rvg >= R, O.K. Rpe =

Rps =

Net Shear Capacity of (2) Clip Angles at Beam Web: Rpv =

Avn = 8.906 in.^2 Avn = Avg-2*(Nr*dh1*ta) Bolt Bear

Rvn = 154.97 kips Rvn = 0.30*Fua*Avn <= 0.40*Fya*Avg Rvn >= R, O.K. C1 =

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Rpe =

Rps =

Clip Angles to Beam Web (continued): Rpa =

Gross Tension Capacity of (2) Clip Angles at Beam Web: Gross Sh

Atg = 13.125 in.^2 Atg = 2*((Nr-1)*S+(2*ED))*ta ho =

Rtg = 249.97 kips Rtg = (0.60*Fya*Atg)*(1-(R/Rvg)^2) Rtg >= P, O.K. Avg =

(Ref.: "Combined Shear & Tension Stress" by: S.C. Goel, AISC Journal, 3rd Qtr.-1986)Rvg =

Net Tension Capacity of (2) Clip Angles at Beam Web: Net Shea

Atn = 8.625 in.^2 Atn = Atg-2*(Nr*(dh1+1/16)*ta) <= 0.85*Atg Avn =

Rtn = 206.12 kips Rtn = (0.50*Fua*Atn)*(1-(R/Rvn)^2) <= (0.60*Fya*Atg)*(1-(R/Rvn)^2) Rvn =

Rtn >= P, O.K. Gross Te

Block Shear ("L-shaped") Capacity of (2) Clip Angles at Beam Web: Atg =

Av = 8.320 in.^2 Av = 2*((ED+(Nr-1)*S)-((Nr-1)*dh1+dh1/2))*ta Rtg =

At = 0.773 in.^2 At = 2*((Lb-D2)-dh/2)*ta Net Tensi

Rbs = 167.20 kips Rbs = 0.30*Fua*Av+0.50*Fua*At Rbs >= R, O.K. Atn =

Rtn =

Tension Tear-Out ("L-shaped") Capacity of (2) Clip Angles at Beam Web: Block Sh

Av = 0.773 in.^2 Av = 2*((Lb-D2)-dh1/2)*ta Av =

At = 8.320 in.^2 At = 2*((ED+(Nr-1)*S)-((Nr-1)*dh1+dh1/2))*ta At =

Rto = 216.25 kips Rto = (0.30*Fua*Av+0.50*Fua*At)*(1-(R/Rbs)^2) Rbs =

Rto >= P, O.K. Tension T

Tension Tear-Out ("U-shaped") Capacity of (2) Clip Angles at Beam Web: Av =

Av = 1.547 in.^2 Av = 2*(2*((Lb-D2)-dh1/2))*ta At =

At = 7.734 in.^2 At = 2*((Nr-1)*S-(Nr-1)*dh1)*ta Rto =

Rto = 251.21 kips Rto = (0.30*Fua*Av+0.50*Fua*At) Rto >= P, O.K. Tension T

Av =

Beam Checks for Top Flange Coped Only: At =

Bolt Bearing Capacity of Beam Web (for Vertical): Rto =

C1 = 0 in. C1 = Spacing increment from AISC Table J3.4, page 5-76 Web Buc

C2 = 0 in. C2 = Edge distance increment from AISC Table J3.6, page 5-76 ho =

Rpe = 15.95 kips Rpe = 0.50*Fub*((D1-dc1)-C2)*tw*(1) e=

Rps = 133.98 kips Rps = 1.2*Fub*db*tw*(Nr-1) (C1 is not applicable for S >= 3*db) yc =

Rpv = 149.93 kips Rpv = Rpe+Rps <= 1.2*Fub*db*tw*(Nr) Rpv >= R, O.K. In =

Sn =

Bolt Bearing Capacity of Beam Web (for Axial): c/ho =

C1 = N.A. in. C1 = Spacing increment (not applicable for all edge bolts) k=

C2 = 0 in. C2 = Edge distance increment from AISC Table J3.6, page 5-76 c/d =

Rpe = 160.78 kips Rpe = 1.2*Fub*db*tw*(Nr) (C2 is not applicable for (D2-s) >= 1.5*db) f =

Rps = N.A. kips Rps = not applicable, since all edge bolts for bearing due to axial load Fbc =

Rpa = 130.56 kips Rpa = (Rpe+Rps)*(1-(R/Rpv)^2) <= 1.2*Fub*db*tw*(Nr)*(1-(R/Rpv)^2) Rwb =

Rpa >= P, O.K. Beam Che

Gross Shear Capacity of Beam Web for Top Flange Coped: Bolt Bear

ho = 21.900 in. ho = d-dc1 C1 =

Avg = 9.636 in.^2 Avg = ho*tw C2 =

Rvg = 138.76 kips Rvg = 0.40*Fyb*Avg Rvg >= R, O.K. Rpe =

Rps =

Net Shear Capacity of Beam Web for Top Flange Coped: Rpv =

Avn = 7.161 in.^2 Avn = (ho-Nr*dh2)*tw Bolt Bear

Rvn = 124.60 kips Rvn = 0.3*Fub*Avn <= 0.40*Fyb*Avg Rvn >= R, O.K. C1 =

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Rpe =

Rps =

Beam Checks for Top Flange Coped Only (continued): Rpa =

Gross Tension Capacity of Beam for Top Flange Coped: Gross Sh

Atg = 15.706 in.^2 Atg = A-(bf*tf+(dc1-tf)*tw) ho =

Rtg = 264.81 kips Rtg = (0.60*Fyb*Atg)*(1-(R/Rvg)^2) Rtg >= P, O.K. Avg =

Rvg =

Net Tension Capacity of Beam for Top Flange Coped: Net Shea

Atn = 13.066 in.^2 Atn = Atg-(Nr*(dh2+1/16))*tw <= 0.85*Atg Avn =

Rtn = 246.93 kips Rtn = (0.50*Fub*Atn)*(1-(R/Rvn)^2) <= (0.60*Fyb*Atg)*(1-(R/Rvn)^2) Rvn =

Rtn >= P, O.K. Gross Te

Block Shear ("L-shaped") Capacity of Beam Web for Top Flange Coped: Atg =

Av = 4.881 in.^2 Av = ((D1-dc1)+(Nr-1)*S-((Nr-1)*dh2+dh2/2))*tw Rtg =

At = 0.454 in.^2 At = ((D2-s)-dh2/2)*tw Net Tensi

Rbs = 98.09 kips Rbs = 0.30*Fub*Av+0.50*Fub*At Rbs >= R, O.K. Atn =

Rtn =

Tension Tear-Out ("L-shaped") Capacity of Beam Web for Top Flange Coped: Block Sh

Av = 0.454 in.^2 Av = ((D2-s)-dh2/2)*tw Av =

At = 4.881 in.^2 At = ((D1-dc1)+(Nr-1)*S-((Nr-1)*dh2+dh2/2))*tw At =

Rto = 83.83 kips Rto = (0.30*Fub*Av+0.50*Fub*At)*(1-(R/Rbs)^2) Rbs =

Rto >= P, O.K. Tension T

Tension Tear-Out ("U-shaped") Capacity of Beam Web for Top Flange Coped: Av =

Av = 0.908 in.^2 Av = 2*((D2-s)-dh2/2)*tw At =

At = 4.538 in.^2 At = ((Nr-1)*S-(Nr-1)*dh2)*tw Rto =

Rto = 147.38 kips Rto = (0.30*Fub*Av+0.50*Fub*At) Rto >= P, O.K. Tension T

Av =

Web Buckling (Flexure) Capacity for Top Flange Coped: At =

ho = 21.900 in. ho = d-dc1 Rto =

e = 6.750 in. e = c+s Web Buc

yc = 6.957 in. yc = (bf*tf^2/2+(ho-tf)*tw*(tf+(ho-tf)/2))/((ho-tf)*tw+bf*tf) ho =

In = 793.55 in.^4 In=bf*tf^3/12+bf*tf*(yc-tf/2)^2+tw*(ho-tf)^3/12+(ho-tf)*tw*(tf+(ho-tf)/2-yc)^2

e=

Sn = 53.11 in.^3 Sn = In/(ho-yc) yc =

c/ho = 0.285 c/ho = ratio for evaluating plate buckling coefficient (k) In =

k = 17.416 If c/ho <= 1.0, then k = 2.2*(ho/c)^1.65, else k = 2.2*(ho/c) Sn =

c/d = 0.262 c/d = ratio for evaluating adjustment factor (f) of plate buckling model dc =

f = 0.523 If c/d <= 1.0, then f = 2*(c/d), else f = 1+(c/d) fd =

Fbc = 20.96 ksi Fbc = Min. of: (15,700*f*k*(tw/ho)^2 or 0.60*Fy)*(1-P/(0.60*Fy*Atg)) Fbc =

Rwb = 164.93 kips Rwb = Fbc*Sn/e Rwb >= R, O.K. Rwb =

Girder Che

Girder Checks: Bolt Bear

Bolt Bearing in Girder Web: twg =

twg = 0.8850 in. twg = tw+td*(Fyd/Fyg) Rp =

Rp = 646.76 kips Rp = 1.2*Fu*twg*db*Nb Rp >= R, O.K. Girder W

twg =

mp =

Tg =

a=

b=

c=

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=

Pn =

Girder Checks (continued): Pa =

Girder Web Bending: (assume LRFD "yield line" theory and convert results back to ASD) Girder W

twg = N.A. in. twg = tw+td*(Fyd/Fyg) twg =

mp = N.A. kips mp = 0.25*Fyg*twg^2 Rw =

Tc = N.A. in. Tg = dg-2*kg fv =

a= N.A. in. a = D1-kg Fv =

b= N.A. in. b = Tg-(a+c) Web Dou

c= N.A. in. c = (Nr-1)*S Ldw =

L= N.A. in. L=g fw =

= N.A. = 0.90 =

Pn = N.A. kips Pn = *2*mp*(((2*SQRT(2*Tg*a*b/(a+b))+g/2)*(a+b))/(a*b)) (max) =

Pa = N.A kips Pa = Pn/1.5 (converting LRFD value back to ASD value) Calc's. in "Red":

VOIDED

twg =

Girder Web Out of Plane Shear: Mw =

twg = N.A. in. twg = tw+td*(Fyd/Fyg) fb =

Rw = N.A. kips Fb =

fv = N.A. ksi fv = Rw/(twg*(g-dhg))

Fv = N.A. ksi Fv = 0.4*Fyg a=

T=

Web Doubler Plate to Girder Flange Welding: Pb =

Ldw = N.A. in. Ldw = 2*((Nr-1)*S+2*ED) ##

fw = N.A. kips/in. fw = P/Ldw ##

= N.A. in. (size) = fw/((SQRT(2)/2)*0.30*70) ##

(max) = N.A. in. (size) (max) = 0.40*Fyd*td/((SQRT(2)/2)*0.30*70) ##

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"CLIPCONN.xls" Program

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Allowable Shear Reaction at Uncoped Beam End Connection

Using Clip Angles Either Shop Welded or Field Bolted to Beam Web

Job Name: Subject: ###

Job Number: Originator: Checker: ###

###

Input Data: ###

g=5.5 ta=0.375 ###

Beam Yield Stress, Fyb = 36 ksi ###

Angle Leg at Support, Lc = 4.00 in. D1=3 ###

Angle Leg at Beam Web, Lb = 3.50 in. Nr=3 S ###

Angle Leg Thickness, ta = 0.3750 in. S R Welded Clip Angles

Yield Stress of Angles, Fya = 36 ksi A490

Diameter of Bolts, db = 0.750 in. Lc=4 N

ASTM Bolt Desig. = A325 tw s=0.5 X

Bolt Type (N, X, or SC) = N Lb=3.5 SC

Bolt Hole Type = Standard Standard

Vert. Dist. to Bolts, D1 = 3.000 in. g=5.5 ta=0.375 Oversized

Bolt Spacing in Angles, S = 3.000 in. D2 ###

Bolt Gage in Angle OSL's, g = 5.500 in. D1=3 ###

Edge Dist. for Angles, ED = 1.250 in. Nr=3 S ###

Beam Setback Distance, s = 0.5000 in. S R Bolted Clip Angles

Fillet Weld Size, = 1/ 4 in. ###

Lc=4 ###

tw s=0.5 ###

Lb=3.5 ###

###

ALLOWABLE SHEAR REACTION AT BEAM END CONNECTION (kips) ###

Beam Beam # Bolt Uncoped Flanges Uncoped Flanges ###

Size Web, tw Rows with Welded with Bolted ###

(Depth) (in.) (Nr) Clip Angles Clip Angles ###

W6 0.170 1 8.6 8.9 ###

W8 0.170 2 16.3 17.7 ###

W10 0.190 2 18.2 19.8 ###

2 19.2 20.9 ###

W12 0.200

3 28.7 31.3 ###

W14 0.230 3 33.0 36.0 a=

3 35.9 39.2 k=

W16 0.250

4 46.9 52.2 C1 =

3 43.0 47.0 C=

W18 0.300 4 56.3 62.6 (max) =

5 68.9 78.3 Rw =

4 65.6 73.1 Bolted Clip Angles to Beam:

W21 0.350 5 80.3 91.4 Bolt Shear (Double-Shear):

6 94.3 109.6 Ab =

5 90.7 92.8 Fv =

W24 0.395 6 106.4 111.3 Fv =

7 121.7 129.9 Vb =

5 92.8 92.8 Rb =

6 111.3 111.3 Bolt Bearing Capacity of Beam W

W27 0.460

7 129.9 129.9 Fu =

8 148.4 148.4 C2 =

6 111.3 111.3 Rpe =

7 129.9 129.9 Rps =

W30 0.470

8 148.4 148.4 Rp =

9 167.0 167.0 R(welded) =

6 111.3 111.3 R(bolted) =

7 129.9 129.9 W36x359

W33 0.550 8 148.4 148.4

Eccentric Loads on Weld Groups - TABLE XXIII Coefficients, "C" (AISC Manual - page 4

9 167.0 167.0 k

10 185.6 185.6 a

6 111.3 111.3 ###

7 129.9 129.9 ###

W36 0.600 8 148.4 148.4 ###

9 167.0 167.0 ###

10 185.6 185.6 ###

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Criteria for Calculation of Shear Reaction Capacity for Uncoped Beams: ###

###

1. Bolt Shear (Single-Shear) for (2) Clip Angles: ###

Ab = *db^2/4 ###

Fv = Fv from AISC Table J3.2 (for A325N bolts) = 21 ksi ###

Vb = Fv*Ab ###

Rb = (2*Nr)*Vb ###

###

2. Bolt Bearing Capacity of (2) Clip Angles: ###

Fu = 58 ksi, for Fya = 36 ksi ###

C2 = Edge distance increment from AISC Table J3.6, page 5-76 = 0 in. (for Standard holes) ###

If edge distance (ED) >= 1.5*db, then Rpe = 2*(1.2*Fu*db*ta)*(1) (for 1 edge bolt) ###

else, Rpe = 2*(0.50*Fu*(ED-C2)*ta)*(1) <= 2*(1.2*Fu*db*ta)*(1) (for 1 edge bolt) ###

C1 = Spacing increment from AISC Table J3.4, page 5-76 = 0 in. (for Standard holes) ###

If spacing (S) >= 3*db, then Rps = 2*(1.2*Fu*db*ta)*(Nr-1) (for remaining bolts) ###

else, Rps = 2*((S-db/2-C1)/2*Fu*ta)*(Nr-1) <= 2*(1.2*Fu*db*ta)*(Nr-1) (for remaining bolts) ###

Rp = Rpe+Rps <= 2*(1.2*Fu*db*ta)*Nr, If ED >= 1.5*db & S >= 3*db, Rp = 2*(1.2*Fu*db*ta)*Nr ###

###

3. Gross Shear Capacity of (2) Clip Angles: k Index:

Avg = 2*((Nr-1)*S+(2*ED))*ta k Index:

Rvg = 0.40*Fya*Avg Nr = 1

4. Net Shear Capacity of (2) Clip Angles: Interpolate for "C" in Table XXIII

dh = db+1/16 (for Standard holes) = 0.8125 in. k(table)

Avn = Avg-2*(Nr*dh*ta) ###

Rvn = 0.30*Fu*Avn a Index:

###

5. Block Shear (Tear-Out) of (2) Clip Angles: ###

Av = 2*((ED+(Nr-1)*S)-((Nr-1)*dh+dh/2))*ta ###

At = 2*((2*Lc+tw-g)/2-dh/2)*ta ###

Rbs = 0.30*Fu*Av+0.50*Fu*At ###

###

6. Clip Angle to Beam "C-Shaped" Weld (using AISC Table XXIII, page 4-79): ###

L = (Nr-1)*S+2*ED ###

kL = Lb-s ###

xL = ((kL)^2/(2*(kL)+L)) ###

aL = Lb-(xL) ###

a = (aL)/L ###

k = (kL)/L ###

C1 = 1.0 for E70XX electrode ###

C = Coefficient interpolated from AISC Table XXIII) ###

(max) = Minimum of: 0.40*Fyb*tw/((SQRT(2)/2)*0.30*70*2) or: 0.40*Fya*ta/((SQRT(2)/2)*0.30*70) ###

Rw = Minimum of: 2*(*16*C*C1*L) or 2*((max)*16*C*C1*L) ###

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7. Bolt Shear (Double-Shear), where eccentricity = D2 is neglected per AISC Code, Vol. II: "Connections": ###

Ab = *db^2/4 ###

Fv = Fv from AISC Table J3.2 (for A325N bolts) = 21 ksi ###

Vb = (2)*Fv*Ab (where 2 is for Double-Shear) ###

Rb = Nr*Vb ###

###

8. Bolt Bearing Capacity of Beam Web: a Index:

Fu = 58 ksi, for Fyb = 36 ksi ###

Rpe = 1.2*Fu*db*tw*(1) (for 1 edge bolt, where edge dist. and C2 not applicable in uncoped beam) a

C1 = Spacing increment from AISC Table J3.4, page 5-76 = 0 in. (for Standard holes) ###

If spacing (S) >= 3*db, then Rps = 1.2*Fu*db*tw*(Nr-1) (for remaining bolts) W27x235

else, Rps = ((S-db/2-C1)/2*Fu*tw)*(Nr-1) <= 1.2*Fu*db*tw*(Nr-1) (for remaining bolts) Nr = 6

Rp = Rpe+Rps <= 1.2*Fu*db*tw*Nr, If ED >= 1.5*db & S >= 3*db, Rp = 1.2*Fu*db*tw*Nr Interpolate for "C" in Table XXIII

k(table)

9. Allowable Shear Reaction for Connection Using Clip Angles Shop Welded to Beam Web: ###

R(allow) = Minimum of items #1,#2, #3, #4, #5, and #6 from above a Index:

###

10. Allowable Shear Reaction for Connection Using Clip Angles Field Bolted to Beam Web: ###

R(allow) = Minimum of items #1,#2, #3, #4, #5, #7, and #8 from above ###

###

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