DESIGN_CRITERIA

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CONTINUOUS ELEMENTS AND ADDITIONAL NOTES When continuous trusses, girder trusses, and beams are analyzed in this calculation set, e with the trailing alphabetic identifier A, B, C, etc., starting at the left (south) end. Example of 3-span continuous member : Span A Span B Span C On the framing plan(s), this would be called out as a single member, for example GT5 (4-pt no additional info is necessary for construction and to reduce complexity of the drawings. Example : GT5 (4-PT BRG) Left (or South) end GT5A GT5B GT5C Post or wall sup Reaction here la Label in calculation Reaction here la Reaction here labeled GT5AL Reaction here la ALSO: When girder trusses, headers and beams above the second floor are analyzed in this calculation set, they
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