71312 for members other than column shipping pieces

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7.13.1.2. For members other than column shipping pieces, the following limitations shall apply: (a) For a member that consists of an individual, straight shipping piece without field splices, other than a cantilevered member, Figure C-7.3. Clearance required to accommodate fascia.
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PAGE 95 APPENDIX Code of Standard Practice for Steel Buildings and Bridges , March 7, 2000 AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF STEEL CONSTRUCTION 57 Figure C-7.4. Clearance required to accommodate accumulated column tolerances.
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APPENDIX PAGE 96 Code of Standard Practice for Steel Buildings and Bridges , March 7, 2000 AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF STEEL CONSTRUCTION 58 Figure C-7.5. Exterior column plumbness tolerances normal to building line.
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PAGE 97 APPENDIX the variation in alignment shall be acceptable if it is caused solely by variations in column alignment and/or primary sup- porting member alignment that are within the permissible vari- ations for the fabrication and erection of such members. (b) For a member that consists of an individual, straight shipping piece that connects to a column, the variation in the distance from the member working point to the upper finished splice line of the column shall be equal to or less than plus 3/16 in. [5 mm] and minus 5/16 in. [8 mm]. (c) For a member that consists of an individual shipping piece that does not connect to a column, the variation in elevation shall be acceptable if it is caused solely by the variations in the eleva- tions of the supporting members within the permissible varia- tions for the fabrication and erection of those members. Code of Standard Practice for Steel Buildings and Bridges , March 7, 2000 AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF STEEL CONSTRUCTION 59 Figure C-7.6. Tolerances in plan at any splice elevation of exterior columns.
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APPENDIX PAGE 98 (d) For a member that consists of an individual, straight shipping piece and that is a segment of a field assembled unit containing field splices between points of support, the plumbness, eleva- tion and alignment shall be acceptable if the angular variation of the working line from the plan alignment is equal to or less than 1/500 of the distance between working points. (e) For a cantilevered member that consists of an individual, straight shipping piece, the plumbness, elevation and alignment shall be acceptable if the angular variation of the working line from a straight line that is extended in the plan direction from the working point at its supported end is equal to or less than 1/500 of the distance from the working point at the free end. (f) For a member of irregular shape, the plumbness, elevation and alignment shall be acceptable if the fabricated member is with- in its tolerances and the members that support it are within the tolerances specified in this Code. Commentary: The angular misalignment of the working line of all fabricated shipping pieces relative to the line between support points of the member as a whole in erected position must not exceed 1 in 500.
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