AECT250-Lecture 13

AECT250-Lecture 13 - Lecture 13 Bolted Connections (cont.)...

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Lecture 13 - Page 1 of 5 Lecture 13 – Bolted Connections (cont.) In the previous lecture, we looked at general strength considerations of bolted connections. In this lecture we will look at a typical all-bolted beam-to-girder shear connection to see practical bolted connection considerations. where: Cope = cut distance of beam flange necessary to clear girder flange and “K” distance, usually 1½”, 2” or 3” K = distance between top of flange to edge of start of flat web = from beam properties AISC Part 1 L ev = required minimum vertical edge distance in direction of load = from AISC Table J3.4 p. 16.1-107 S = bolt center-to-center spacing from AISC J3.3 p. 16.1-106 = 2 times nominal bolt diameter (minimum) = 3 times bolt diameter (preferred) = 3” (typical for bolts up to 1” diameter) Cope L ev S S K Angle gage “g” from AISC p. 1-46 = L eh Connection angles Beam Girder
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Lecture 13 - Page 2 of 5 GIVEN : A W16x40 A992 steel beam “A” frames into a W18x55 A992 steel girder “B”.
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AECT250-Lecture 13 - Lecture 13 Bolted Connections (cont.)...

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