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This workbook contains 3 sheets 1 for finding the maximum allowable load that can be applied to a "slender column", 1 for bending stress, and 1 for weld stress.

Calculation Reference
Mechanical Engineering Design, 7th Ed, Shigley
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Machinery's Handbook, 28th Ed.
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Roarke's Formulas for Stress & Strain, 7th Ed & ASME II-D
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Pressure Vessel Handbook, 8th ed, Megyesy
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Submitted On:
16 Dec 2009
Submitted By:
NewMechEngr
File Date:
11 Dec 2009
File Author:
David York
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#4 JohnDoyle[Admin] 2014-04-13 11:01
The link to the authors profile has been corrected. Also the spreadsheet says that the Protection password is "DJY" so you can easily remove it. The spreadsheet appears to be an amalgamation of many worksheets some the author's own work and some created by Alex Tomanovich.
 
 
#3 peachsb 2014-04-11 15:11
I have seen this in many places on the web. I wish I knew who originally authored it. Buried in it is an incredible resource, the entire database of the AISC 13th Ed. Properties of Steel. The beam analysis is very impressive. As stated by mofsubic, it requires a password to really use it. I cracked it, but as I am not the author, I do not feel like I should publish it. I am in process of authoring a similar one, but using XLC standards and no password.

To who ever is the actual author, please republish without password requirement.
 
 
#2 mofsubic 2013-11-02 08:58
seems to need a password and input is not possible
 
 
#1 slava196202 2010-06-29 15:55
I can not dowload
 

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