Prequalified 8 bolt stiffened end plate moment connection
 

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The worksheet designs a prequalified 8 bolt stiffened end plate moment connection based on the requirements of AISC 358-10 Prequalified Connections for Special and Intermediate Steel Moment Frames for Seismic Applications, including Supplement No. 1 and Supplement No. 2.

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AISC 358-10
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Submitted On:
19 May 2015
Submitted By:
gfs_se
File Date:
19 May 2015
File Author:
Greg Shea
File Version:
1.1
File Size:
403.84 Kb
File Type:
xlsx
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#3 JohnDoyle[Admin] 2017-12-21 08:51
I have not used or checked this calculation in detail but I see that it uses the XLC addin to renders mathematical equations from excel cell formula. So checking the rendered equations against those in the standard provides a very useful check in itself.
 
 
#2 jobermeyer 2017-12-15 22:40
Hello All,

I was wondering if someone has tested this spreadsheet?

Maybe you can share your opinion.

Thanks.
 
 
#1 JohnDoyle[Admin] 2015-05-19 07:28
I have awarded a free 6 month Extension to your XLC Pro subscription by way of thanks. I did notice that the formula in cell D219 refers to cell AE211 which is empty and has no XLC name. Thus the formulas show #CellAE211 not named #.
 

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