Base Plate analysis

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BASE PLATE ANALYSIS
1A, 2A, 3A, 4A = Biaxial Bending + Tension or Compression, 4 to 8 concrete anchors
1B, 2B, 3B, 4B = Biaxial Bending + Tension or Compression, 4 to 8 concrete anchors
1C, 2C, 3C, 4C = Biaxial Bending + Tension or Compression, 4 to 8 concrete anchors
1D, 2D, 3D, 4D = Biaxial Bending + Tension or Compression, 4 to 8 concrete anchors
4 = Uniaxial Bending + Tension or Compression, 4 concrete anchors
5 = Compression Only
6 = Tension Only
1A THRU 3D - Biaxial Bending Plus Tension or Compression
1A   - Biaxial Bending Plus Tension or Compression
2A - Biaxial Bending Plus Tension or Compression
3A - Biaxial Bending Plus Tension or Compression
4A - Biaxial Bending Plus Tension or Compression
1B - Biaxial Bending Plus Tension or Compression
2B - Biaxial Bending Plus Tension or Compression
3B - Biaxial Bending Plus Tension or Compression
4B - Biaxial Bending Plus Tension or Compression
1C - Biaxial Bending Plus Tension or Compression
2C - Biaxial Bending Plus Tension or Compression
3C - Biaxial Bending Plus Tension or Compression
4C - Biaxial Bending Plus Tension or Compression
1D - Biaxial Bending Plus Tension or Compression
2D - Biaxial Bending Plus Tension or Compression
3D - Biaxial Bending Plus Tension or Compression
4D - Biaxial Bending Plus Tension or Compression
1A THRU 4D - Biaxial Bending Plus Tension or Compression
1A THRU 4D - Biaxial Bending Plus Tension or Compression
1A THRU 4D - Biaxial Bending Plus Tension or Compression
4 - Uniaxial Bending Plus Tension or Compression
5 - Compression Only
6 - Tension Only
4 thru 6 - Uniaxial Bending, Compression, Tension

Calculation Reference
Structural Steel
Steel Designers Manual
Base Plate Analysis

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Submitted On:
10 Oct 2012
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File Author:
Weston Turner
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JohnDoyle[Admin] 8 years ago
I have extended your XLC Pro subscription by 3 months by way of thanks. I have also added a note in the the [url=http://www.excelcalcs.com/forum/version-histories/base-plate-analysis/#2933]version history link[/url] to say that the update to ver. 1.2 removes password protection. Should you update this download in the future the version history link is a good place to record the reason for change :-)
wtstreetglow 8 years ago
The update to version 1.2 remove the protection from the file. It is now protected but no password is required to un-protect a sheet.
wtstreetglow 8 years ago
All,

Sorry for the accidental calculation upload that was password protected. This version is protected but without the password!

Thanks

-WT
joe.tonneson 8 years ago
Cool, sounds good. I'll look for the update later today. Thank!
JohnDoyle[Admin] 8 years ago
Weston has been in touch to say that he will remove upload an unprotected version of the file some time later today. Use the subscribe button if you would like to receive an email notification.
ryandarwin 8 years ago
This was protected so that false data will not be detected. All uploads at this site should be free from password for evaluation.

Kindly delete all worksheet in this site that are protected since we do not evaluate the calculation freely.

Thnx!
joe.tonneson 8 years ago
Hi,

I would like to adapt this spreadsheet to AISC360-05. Namely use the correct phi = 0.9 for lrfd and use the plastic section modulus vs. the elastic section modulus that is used in this spreadsheet. What is shown in the spreadsheet is correct for AISC 9th ed but I would like to update for the current code could you unprotect password?

Thanks