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Provisions for the resolution of discrepancies have been added in Section 3.3. Also in Section 3.3, the order of precedence of contract documents has been changed for simplicity and to reflect current practices. Provisions for fast-track project delivery have been added in Section 3.6. The responsibilities of the various entities involved in the shop and erection drawing approval process have been simplified and clarified in Section 4. Issues regarding the use of design drawings by the fabricator and/or the erector are now covered in Section 4.3. The permissible variation from theoretical curvature for a curved mem- ber is now covered in Section 6.4.2. Provisions have been added in Section 6.4.5 to cover permissible vari- ations in camber for fabricated trusses. Section 6.5 has been editorially restructured and substantively modi- fied to recognize that the majority of steel in building structures need not be primed or painted. Coverage of bearing devices has been revised: installation of bearing devices is now covered in Section 7.6 and grouting is covered in Section 7.7. Use of the terms self-supporting and non-self-supporting has been eliminated and replaced with the provisions for temporary support in Section 7.10. Provisions in Section 7.10.3 for the loads that must be considered dur- ing erection have been revised. The intent of the provisions that address the accumulation of mill tol- erances and fabrication tolerances and their relationship to the erection tolerances has been clarified in Section 7.12. Quality-assurance provisions in Section 8 have been revised to recog- nize both the AISC Quality Certification program for fabricators and the AISC Erector Certification program. Code of Standard Practice for Steel Buildings and Bridges , March 7, 2000 AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF STEEL CONSTRUCTION iv
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PAGE 29 APPENDIX AESS requirements for welds have been clarified in Sections 10.2.5. AESS requirements for HSS weld seams have been added in Section 10.2.8. In addition, many other changes have been made throughout this Code. By the AISC Committee on the Code of Standard Practice, Code of Standard Practice for Steel Buildings and Bridges , March 7, 2000 AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF STEEL CONSTRUCTION v Frank B. Wylie, III, Chairman Barry L. Barger, Vice Chairman Paul M. Brosnahan James R. Burdette, Jr. Richard B. Cook William B. Cooper William R. Davidson Joseph A. Free, Jr. Lawrence G. Griffis D. Kirk Harman James L. Larson William F. McEleney Leonard R. Middleton James Mirgliotta Donald G. Moore Homer R. Peterson, II David B. Ratterman Rex D. Smith James A. Stori Thomas S. Tarpy, Jr. Michael J. Tylk Michael A. West Charles J. Carter, Secretary
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APPENDIX PAGE 30 TABLE OF CONTENTS Glossary ................................................................................................ ix Section 1. General Provisions .............................................................. 1 1.1. Scope .......................................................................................... 1 1.2. Referenced Specifications, Codes and Standards ...................... 1 1.3. Units ............................................................................................ 3 1.4. Design Criteria ............................................................................ 3 1.5. Responsibility for Design .......................................................... 3 1.6. Patents and Copyrights .............................................................. 4 1.7. Existing Structures ...................................................................... 4 1.8. Means, Methods and Safety of Erection .................................... 4 Section 2. Classification of Materials .................................................. 6 2.1. Definition of Structural Steel ...................................................... 6 2.2. Other Steel, Iron or Metal Items ................................................ 8 Section 3. Design Drawings and Specifications
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