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For the connection in Example #2, what is the allowable load P if 1" bolts conforming to ASTM A307 (common bolts) are used See the full article →

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Bearing type connection. Threads are Excluded. This is a double shear joint. Two 1/2" plates are connected to a 3/4" plate using (2) 1" bolts conforming to ASTM A325 in a bearing-type connection, without threads from shear plane and standard round holes, as shown. The plates are ASTM A36 steel with a minimum tensile strength See the full article →

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Two 4" nominal Douglas fir-larch members are connected by 7/8" bolts as shown in the figure. What is the safe load P which can be resisted? Assume that the spacing, distances, and wood members are all adequate. This is a single shear joint See the full article →

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