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Tension

ASD

0.6 Fy Ag ≤ 0.5 Fu Ae Strong Axis Lb ≤ Lp

L p < Lb ≤ Lr

Lb = Lr

LRFD

0.9 Fy Ag ≤ 0.75 Fu Ae 0.99 Fy S x

0.63Fy S x

RELATED INFO

For Ae, see Equation D3-1. See Note 1. L p = 300 ry Fy Lr and strengths when Lb > Lr are given in the AISC Manual. See Note 2.

P = Fy ( Kl r ) 286, 000

2

2

0.66 Fy S x

0.42 Fy S x

Bending

**Use linear interpolation between Lp and Lr. 0.9 Fy S y 0.4 Fy Aw 1.35Fy S y 0.6 Fy Aw
**

0.9 Fy Ag × 0.658P

2

Weak Axis

Shear (in strong axis)

Kl r ≤ 800

Compression

Kl r > 800

Fy

Fy

0.6 Fy Ag × 0.658P

150, 000 Ag

( Kl r )

226, 000 Ag

( Kl r )

See Note 3.

Notes: 1. Multiply equations given for Lb ≤ Lp by value in parentheses for W14×90 (0.97), W12×65 (0.98), and W6×15 (0.95). 2. Multiply equations given by 0.9 for W44×230, W40×149, W36×135, W33×118, W30×90, W24×55, W16×26, W12×14 and all Cand MC-shapes. In weak axis, equations given can be adapted by using Aw = 1.8bftf. 3. Not applicable to slender shapes. For slender shapes, use QFy in place of Fy, where Q = QsQa from Section E7. For C- and MCshapes, also check Section E4. Copyright © 2009 Based upon simplifying assumptions and arbitrary limitations. Direct use of the 2005 AISC Specification may be less constrained and less conservative.

Basic Design Values 1

American Institute of Steel Construction, Inc. One East Wacker Drive, Suite 700 Chicago, IL 60601 www.aisc.org structural steel: the material of choice

27 Fy Ag 0. See Note 2. 000 Ag Shear Compression Kl r > 800 ( Kl r ) 226. 000 2 Notes: 1. where Q = Qa from Section E7. Size Limits for Rectangular HSS. Pipe Kl r ≤ 800 Fy Fy LRFD 0.18 Fy Ag 0.5 Fu Ae Rectangular HSS Round HSS. Inc. Not applicable if limit at right is exceeded (see Section F7).* Bending Nominal Wall Thickness 5 /8 1 /2 3 /8 5 /16 1 /4 3 /16 1 /8 18 14 10 9 7 5 3 /2 20 20 20 18 14 10 7 20 20 20 18 14 10 7 Shear 20 16 12 10 8 6 4 Compression *Table only covers up to 64-in. For round HSS and pipe with D/t > 3. See Note 4.66 Fy S 0. Suite 700 Chicago.2. One East Wacker Drive. if limit at right is exceeded.org structural steel: the material of choice Flange Web 1 Basic Design Values 2 .75 Fu Ae 0. periphery limit in ASTM A500. use QFy in place of Fy.030/Fy.9 Fy Ag × 0.9 Fy Ag ≤ 0. Round Fy = 42 ksi.aisc. Direct use of the 2005 AISC Specification may be less constrained and less conservative. Not applicable if D/t > 2. Fu = 60 ksi CONDITION Tension Bending ASD 0. 3. Fu = 58 ksi . see Equation D3-1. (see Section F8).2.658P 150. 5. in.6 Fy Ag × 0. Rectangular Fy = 46 ksi. Not applicable if Lv/D > 75 (see Section G6). 4. See Note 1. Fu = 58 ksi Pipe | ASTM A53 grade B. For rectangular HSS. 2 0.99 Fy S 1.17 Fy S 0. IL 60601 www.78Fy S 0.54 Fy Aw 0.6 Fy Ag ≤ 0. Copyright © 2009 Based upon simplifying assumptions and arbitrary limitations. 2. See Note 3. Pipe Rectangular HSS Round HSS.190/Fy.HSS | ASTM A500 grade B.36 Fy Aw 0. 000 Ag ( Kl r ) P = Fy ( Kl r ) 286. American Institute of Steel Construction. Fy = 35 ksi. use QFy in place of Fy.658P 2 RELATED INFO For Ae. Not applicable if limit at right is exceeded (see Section G5). See Note 5. where Q = Qa from Section E7.

9 Fy A Strength equal to base metal.45 FEXX Aw 0.14 Fu Ab 0. see Equation D3-1. For fillet welds. For Class B surfaces. See Note 1.5 for non-uniform tension stress.7. multiply by 1.6 Fy ABM 0. multiply by 0.85.6 Fy Ag ≤ 0. .2 Fu Ab 0. per shear plane) Slip Resistance (Class A. 3.2 Fu db t 0.75 Fu Ae 0. For LSL holes parallel to the direction of load. multiply by 0.5 for transverse loading (90-degree load angle).32 FEXX Aw LRFD 0. Per slip plane.3Fu Ab 0.83. 2. FuAnv cannot exceed FyAgv.48 FEXX Aw RELATED INFO -Multiply by 1.4 Fy Ag ≤ 0. For LSL holes.5U bs Fu Ant 0.45Fu Anv + 0. -- Tension Compression 0. 4.3Fu Anv + 0.6 Fy Ag ≤ 0.56 Fu Ab 0. Compression Kl r > 25 Same as for W-shapes with Ag = A.72 FEXX Aw ≤ 0. LRFD load combinations for LRFD. -For Ae. For OVS or SSL holes.6 Fy A 0. See Note 3.21Fu Ab 0. multiply by 1.45 Fu An 0. See Note 2. Slip checked as a serviceability limit state using ASD load combinations for ASD.6 Fu Lc t ≤ 1.8 Fu db t 0. -See Note 4. Fu = 150 ksi Welds | FEXX = 70 ksi Connected Parts CONDITION Tension Bolts Shear (N bolts.48 FEXX Aw ≤ 0. multiply by 0. STD holes) Bearing Shear (all welds except CJP) Welds PJP Groove Welds CJP Groove Welds Connected Parts Tension Shear Block Shear Kl r ≤ 25 Copyright © 2009 by AISC ASD 0.25 for X bolts. Notes: 1. For calculation purposes.38 Fu Ab 0.9 Fy ABM 0. Ubs = 1 for a uniform tension stress.3FEXX Aw 0. For other load angles.9 Fu Lc t ≤ 1.5 Fu Ae 0. Fu = 120 ksi or ASTM A490.Bolts | ASTM A325.1a.3Fu An 0.9 Fy Ag ≤ 0. 0. See Section J2. Joint not finished to bear.43. see Section J2.75U bs Fu Ant 0.

5 1 1. Derived from the effective length method. using the B1-B2 approximation with B1 taken equal to B2. An additional amplification for member curvature effects is required for columns in moment frames.5.0 for LRFD) 60 20 30 40 50 80 100 120 1. Also. Multiply first-order results by the tabular value. 3.2a Appendix 7 Notes: 1.1 1.1 1. B1 and B2 can be taken equal to the multiplier tabulated for the simplified method above.2 1.85 2.1 1 1 1 1 10 1. Step 3. except for moment frames when the tabular value is greater than 1.1 1. simplified method requires a stiffer structure.5 1. 4. Determine the ratio of the total story gravity load to the lateral load determined in Step 2. which is also represented by B2. Rm = 0.1.1 1. . For ASD. ∆2nd/∆1st is the ratio of second-order drift to first-order drift.6 for ASD.2b Section C2.2 1.4 1.5 1. 1.3 1.1 1.5 1.1 K = 1 for all frames From analysis From analysis (see Note 3) From analysis (see Note 3) ∆2nd/∆1st ≤ 1.1 1 1 1 Ratio from Step 3 (times 1.1b) can be used to accomplish a second-order analysis within the limitation that B2 ≤ 1.2 1.5.3 1.1 1.1 1. 1. except for moment frames with ∆2nd/∆1st > 1. Step 4.1 1.3 1. 0 1 1 1 1 1 5 1.Analysis and Design Simplified Method (see Note 1) Step 1. The B1-B2 approximation (Section C2.4 1.5 None Section C2. Step 2. Use 0.2 1.1 1.3 When ratio exceeds 1.2 1. multiply by 1.2 1. Establish the design story drift limit and determine the lateral load required to produce it.2 1.2% of total story gravity load as minimum lateral load in all load combinations.6. K=1. see Appendix 1) First-order analysis method – second-order effects captured from effects of additional lateral load Effective length method – second-order analysis with 0. Axial load limited ∆2nd/∆1st ≤ 1.5.1 1.3 1. Copyright © 2009 by AISC Perform first-order analysis.2% of total story gravity load as minimum lateral load in all load combinations (see Note 3) Direct analysis method – second-order analysis with notional lateral load and reduced EI and AE (see Note 3) K = 1 for all frames (see Note 2) K = 1.4 Effective Length Forces and Moments Limitations Reference Design Story Drift Limit H/100 H/200 H/300 H/400 H/500 K=1 Elastic Methods (for plastic design.

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