TABLE 2211.2(1) NOMINAL SHEAR VALUES FOR WIND FORCES IN POUNDS PER FOOT FOR SHEAR WALLS FRAMED WITH COLD-FORMED STEEL STUDS a; ASSEMBLY DESCRIPTION MAXIMUM HEIGHT/LENGTH RATIO h/w FASTENER SPACING AT PANEL EDGES b (inches) MAXIMUM FRAMING SPACING (inches o.c.) 6:4:3:2:16 / 32-inch structural 1 sheathing(4-ply) plywood one side:2:1:1,065 c
Design of Steel-to-Concrete Joints Design Manual IIc minimum edge distance, effective width, length ccr,N critical edge distance, ccr,N L 1.5 hef cw drag coefficient d diameter db diameter of the bolt dh diameter of the head of headed stud ds diameter of the shaft of headed stud ds,re diameter of the stirrup ds,nom nominal diameter of the anchor shaft dw diameter of the washer
in accordance with the criteria of the local building code. 6.9 When shear values are not required, fasteners shall be spaced not more than 8 in. (200 mm) o.c. along vertical ends or edges and intermediate supports. When wall bracing or wall shear values are
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Steel Structures Design Manual to AS 4100 V13.2.2 Concrete Slab on Steel Beams and Columns 16 3.2.3 Walls 17 3.2.4 Light Steel Construction 17 3.2.5 Roof Construction 18 3.2.6 Floor Construction 18 3.2.7 Sample Calculation of Dead Load for a Steel Roof 19 22.214.171.124 Dead Load on Purlins 20
Note:Platform units used to make scaffold platforms intended for light-duty use shall be capable of supporting at least 25 pounds per square foot applied uniformly over the entire unit-span area, or a 250-pound point load placed on the unit at the center of the span, whichever load produces the greater shear