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Spreadsheet: Analysis of Steel Column Base Plates as per AISC Manual 9th Edition

Spreadsheet: Analysis of Steel Column Base Plates as per AISC Manual 9th Edition
"BASEPLT9" is a spreadsheet program written in MS-Excel for the purpose of analysis of steel column base plates. Specifically, wide flange column base plates may be subjected to axial loads (compression or tension), with or without major-axis column bending, plus major-axis shear. Base plate bearing pressure is checked as well as bolt tension, if applicable. If shear is present, bolt shear as well as interaction of bolt tension and shear, if applicable, are calculated. Finally, the required base plate thickness is calculated. There is a separate worksheet for base plate shear lug design, when shear load is high and cannot be effectively handled by bolts.

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