220F09_H12-13

220F09_H12-13 - each location, one on each side of the...

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H.12: A W36 × 230 wide flanged I-beam is subjected to a shear load V of 150 kips. Approximate the maximum shear stress by calculating V/A web , and compare with the maximum shear stress found by using VQ/Ib. Which is more conservative?
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H.13: The W36 × 230 wide flanged I-beam from problem H.13 is to be reinforced with a 2-inch thick steel plate attached to the flange. The plate will be bolted to the flange using SAE grade 8 bolts on both sides of the flange, as shown below (i.e. there are two bolts at
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Unformatted text preview: each location, one on each side of the flange). Each bolt can withstand a shear force of 35 kips. Find the maximum permissible longitudinal spacing of the bolts if (a) a single 24-inch wide plate is bolted to the top flange, and (b) a pair of 12-inch wide plates are bolted to the top and bottom flanges. Use V=150 kips. (a) (b)...
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