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"BEAMTAB" --- BEAM END CONNECTION USING BEAM TAB (SINGLE PLATE)

Program Description:

"BEAMTAB" is a spreadsheet program written in MS-Excel for the purpose of analysis of steel beam end
connections using a beam tab (single plate) field bolted to the beam web and shop welded to either the column
flange, column web, or girder web. The connections may be subjected to end shear reaction and/or axial load.
Specifically, all applicable "limit states" for the end connection analysis pertaining to the beam tab (single plate),
bolts, beam web, and either column flange or web, or girder web are checked.

This program is a workbook consisting of four (4) worksheets, described as follows:

Worksheet Name Description


Doc This documentation sheet
Beam Tab(Col Flg) Beam tab bolted to beam web and welded to column flange
Beam Tab(Col Web) Beam tab bolted to beam web and welded to column web
Beam Tab(Girder) Beam tab bolted to beam web and welded to girder web

Program Assumptions and Limitations:

1. This program follows the procedures and guidelines of the AISC 9th Edition Allowable Stress (ASD) Manual
(1989) and the AISC 9th Edition Manual Vol. II - Connections (1992).
2. This program uses the database of member dimensions and section properties from the "AISC Shapes
Database", Version 3.0 (2001) as well as the AISC 9th Edition (ASD) Manual (1989).
3. This program automatically calculates the beam tab height, 'Hp', and the beam tab width, 'Wp', based on the
applicable input data.
4. This program assumes that the a beam tab connected (welded) to a column flange is a rigid connection,
while a beam tab connected (welded) to a column web or girder web is a flexible connection. The applicable
connection design eccentricity, based on either a rigid or flexible connection, is determined from the criteria
in the AISC Connections Manual.
5. This program assumes that the tension capacity for any "limit state" is reduced by the presence of shear.
For allowable bolt tension in the presence of shear, the "interaction" (combined stresses) is handled directly
by the AISC Code equations. For other "limit states" in combined stresses such as bolt bearing, gross and
net shear and tension, and block shear and tension tearout, the effect of "interaction" is handled by use of
the formula, P/Ra+(R/Rv)^2=1, as suggested from the following reference:
"Combined Shear and Tension Stress" - by Subhash C. Goel, AISC Journal, 3rd Qtr.-1986.
Thus, the reduction factor applied to the tension "limit state" capacity is = (1-R/Rv)^2.
where: R = actual shear end reaction
Rv = allowable shear capacity for the particular "limit state" considered
6. This program contains numerous “comment boxes” which contain a wide variety of information including
explanations of input or output items, equations used, data tables, etc. (Note: presence of a “comment box”
is denoted by a “red triangle” in the upper right-hand corner of a cell. Merely move the mouse pointer to the
desired cell to view the contents of that particular "comment box".)
"BEAMTAB.xls" Program
Version 1.3

AISC BEAM END CONNECTION (ASD)


Using Beam Tab (Single Plate) Bolted to Beam Web and Welded to Column Flange
Subjected to Shear and/or Axial Load
Job Name: Subject: Bolt and M
Job Number: Originator: Checker: ###
###
Input Data: ###
###
Beam and Column Data: tf=0.72 ###
Beam Size = W16x26 d=14 ###
Column Size = W14x68 ###
Beam Yield Stress, Fyb = 50 ksi ###
Column Yield Stress, Fyc = 50 ksi Face of Col. Flange ED2=1.5
tp=0.375 S2=0
Connection Loading: ED1=1.5 D2=3 A490
Beam End Reaction (Shear), R = 16.00 kips D1=3
Beam Axial Force, P = 0.00 kips Hp=9 S1=3 X
S1=3 P=0 k
Connection Data and Parameters: R= 16 k Standard
Beam Tab Height, Hp = 9.0000 in. Short-Slot
Beam Tab Width, Wp = 4.5000 in. 5/16 s=0.5 ###
Beam Tab Thickness, tp = 0.3750 in. 5/16 Wp=4.5 ###
Beam Tab Yield Stress, Fyp = 36 ksi ###
Diameter of Bolts, db = 0.750 in. General Nomenclature
ASTM Bolt Desig. (A325 or A490) = A325 ###
Bolt Type (N, X, or SC) = N tw=0.25 c=0 ###
Bolt Hole Type in Beam Tab = Short-Slot tf=0.345 dc1=0
Total No. of Bolts in Beam Tab, Nb = 3 ###
Number of Vertical Rows, Nr = 1 ###
Dist. from Top/Beam to Bolts, D1 = 3.0000 in. d=15.7 ###
Bolt Vertical Spacing, S1 = 3.0000 in. ###
Vertical Edge Distance, ED1 = 1.5000 in. ###
Dist. to 1st Row of Bolts, D2 = 3.0000 in. bf=5.5 dc2=0
Bolt Horizontal Spacing, S2 = 0.0000 in. c=0 ###
Horizontal Edge Distance, ED2 = 1.5000 in. ###
Beam Setback Distance, s = 0.5000 in. Beam and Cope Nomenclature
Length of Flange Cope(s), c = 0.0000 in. ###
Depth of Top Flange Cope, dc1 = 0.0000 in. ###
Depth of Bottom Flange Cope, dc2 = 0.0000 in. ###
Fillet Weld Size at Beam Tab, w = 5/16 in. ###
Max. Shear Capacity of Connection: ###
Member Properties: R(max) = 24.26 kips ###
Beam: Column: ###
A= 7.68 A= 20.00 in.^2 ###
d = 15.700 d= 14.000 in. ###
tw = 0.250 tw = 0.415 in. ###
bf = 5.500 bf = 10.000 in. ###
tf = 0.345 tf = 0.720 in. ###
k = 0.7470 k= 1.3100 in. ###
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###
Results: ###
###
General Parameters: ###
Bolt and Material Data: ###
dhy1 = 0.9375 in. dhy1 = db+3/16 (Short-Slot hole for 0.75 in. bolts in plate) ###
dhx1 = 1.0000 in. dhx1 = db+1/4 (Short-Slot hole for 0.75 in. bolts in plate) ###
dh2 = 0.8125 in. dh2 = db+1/16 (Standard hole for 0.75 in. bolts in beam web) Rtn =
Ab = 0.4418 in.^2 Ab = p*db^2/4 Block She
Fup = 58.0 ksi Fup = 58 for Fyp = 36 (for plate) Av =
Fub = 65.0 ksi Fub = 65 for Fyb = 50 (for beam) At =
Fuc = 65.0 ksi Fuc = 65 for Fyc = 50 (for column) Rbs =
Tension T
Beam Tab to Beam Connection: (assuming "rigid" support provided at column flange) Av =
Bolt Shear (includes eccentricity): (using AISC Table XI, page 4-62) At =
n= 3 bolts n = Nb/Nr (number of bolts in a vertical row) Rto =
b = 3.000 in. b = S1 Tension T
eb = 1.000 in. eb = ABS(2*(Nb/Nr)/3-D2) Av =
C = 2.615 (interpolated from Table XI) At =
Pr = 16.00 kips Pr = SQRT(R^2+P^2) (total resultant load taken by bolts) Rto =
q = 0.000 deg. q = 90-(ATAN(R/P)) (angle from vertical) Gross Be
Co = N.A. Co = "C" coefficient from AISC Table XI e=
C(max) = N.A. C(max) = n M=
A= N.A. A = C(max)/Co >= 1.0 Sg =
Ca/Co = N.A. Ca/Co = A/(SINq+A*COSq) >= 1.0 fbg =
Ca = N.A. Ca = (Ca/Co)*Co Fbg =
vb = 6.12 kips/bolt vb = Pr/(C or Ca) Rbg =
fv = 13.85 ksi fv = vb/Ab Net Bendi
Fv = 21.00 ksi Fv = Allow. shear stress from AISC Table J3.2, page 5-73 (for N bolts) e =
Vb = 9.28 kips/bolt Vb = Fv*Ab M=
Rbr = 24.26 kips Rbr = Vb*(C or Ca) (resultant) Sn =
Rbv = 24.26 kips Rbv = Rbr*COSq (vertical) Rbv >= R, O.K. fbn =
Rba = 0.00 kips Rba = Rbr*SINq (axial) Fbn =
Rbn =
Beam Tab Checks: Axial Com
Bolt Bearing Capacity of Plate (for Vertical): Acg =
C1 = 0 in. C1 = Spacing increment from AISC Table J3.4, page 5-76 Lc =
C2 = 0 in. C2 = Edge distance increment from AISC Table J3.6, page 5-76 K=
Rpe = 19.58 kips Rpe = (1.2*Fup*db*tp)*(Nr) (C2 is not applicable for ED1 >= 1.5*db) r =
Rps = 39.15 kips Rps = (1.2*Fup*db*tp)*(Nb-Nr) (C1 is not applicable for S1 >= 3*db)KL/r =
Rpv = 58.73 kips Rpv = Rpe+Rps <= (1.2*Fup*db*tp)*Nb) Rpv >= R, O.K. Cc =
Fa =
Bolt Bearing Capacity of Plate (for Axial): ---
C1 = N.A. in. C1 = Spacing increment (not applicable for all edge bolts) ---
C2 = 0.13 in. C2 = Edge distance increment from AISC Table J3.6, page 5-76 Rc =
Rpe = 58.73 kips Rpe = (1.2*Fup*db*tp)*(Nb/Nr) (C2 is not applicable for ED2 >= 1.5*db) Beam Che
Rps = 0.00 kips Rps = not applicable, since all edge bolts for bearing due to axial load Bolt Bear
Rpa = 54.37 kips Rpa = (Rpe+Rps)*(1-(R/Rpv)^2) <= (1.2*Fup*db*tp)*(Nb)*(1-(R/Rpv)^2) C1 =
(Ref.: "Comb. Shear & Tension Stress" by: S.C. Goel, AISC Journal, 3rd Qtr.-1986) C2 =
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Rps =
Beam Tab Checks (continued): Rpv =
Bolt Bear
Gross Shear Capacity of Plate: C1 =
Avg = 3.375 in.^2 Avg = Hp*tp C2 =
Rvg = 48.60 kips Rvg = 0.40*Fyp*Avg Rvg >= R, O.K. Rpe =
Rps =
Net Shear Capacity of Plate: Rpa =
Avn = 2.320 ksi Avn = (Hp-(Nb/Nr)*dhy1)*tp Gross Sh
Rvn = 40.37 kips Rvn = 0.30*Fup*Avn Rvn >= R, O.K. Avg =
Rvg =
Gross Tension Capacity of Plate: Net Shea
Atg = 3.375 in.^2 Atg = Hp*tp Avn =
Rtg = 65.00 kips Rtg = (0.60*Fyp*Atg)*(1-(R/Rvg)^2) Rvn =
Gross Ten
Net Tension Capacity of Plate: Atg =
Atn = 2.250 in.^2 Atn = Atg-(Nb/Nr*(dhy1+1/16)*tp) <= 0.85*Atg Rtg =
Rtn = 55.00 kips Rtn = (0.50*Fup*Atn)*(1-(R/Rvn)^2) <= (0.60*Fyp*Atg)*(1-(R/Rvn)^2) Net Tensi
Atn =
Block Shear ("L-shaped") Capacity of Plate: Rtn =
Av = 1.934 in.^2 Av = ((ED1+(Nb/Nr-1)*S1)-((Nb/Nr-1)*dhy1+dhy1/2))*tp Block She
At = 0.375 in.^2 At = (ED2+(Nr-1)*S2-((Nr-1)*dhx1+dhx1/2))*tp Av =
Rbs = 44.52 kips Rbs = 0.30*Fup*Av+0.50*Fup*At Rbs >= R, O.K. At =
Rbs =
Tension Tear-Out ("L-shaped") Capacity of Plate: Tension T
Av = 0.375 in.^2 Av = (ED2+(Nr-1)*S2-((Nr-1)*dhx1+dhx1/2))*tp Av =
At = 1.934 in.^2 At = ((ED1+(Nb/Nr-1)*S1)-((Nb/Nr-1)*dhy1+dhy1/2))*tp At =
Rto = 54.51 kips Rto = (0.30*Fup*Av+0.50*Fup*At)*(1-(R/Rbs)^2) Rto =
Tension T
Tension Tear-Out ("U-shaped") Capacity of Plate: Av =
Av = 0.750 in.^2 Av = 2*(ED2+(Nr-1)*S2-((Nr-1)*dhx1+dhx1/2))*tp At =
At = 1.547 in.^2 At = ((Nb/Nr-1)*S1-(Nb/Nr-1)*dhy1)*tp Rto =
Rto = 57.91 kips Rto = (0.30*Fup*Av+0.50*Fup*At) Beam Che
Bolt Bear
Gross Bending in Plate: C1 =
e = 4.000 in. e = D2+eb (eccentricity for plate bending at support) C2 =
M = 64.00 in.-kips M = R*e (eccentric moment at face of support) Rpe =
Sg = 5.06 in.^3 Sg = tp*Hp^2/6 Rps =
fbg = 12.64 ksi fbg = M/Sg Rpv =
Fbg = 21.60 ksi Fbg = 0.60*Fyp Bolt Bear
Rbg = 27.34 kips Rbg = (Fbg*Sg/e)*(1-(P/Rtg)) Rbg >= R, O.K. C1 =
C2 =
Net Bending in Plate: Rpe =
e = 1.000 in. e = eb (eccentricity for plate bending at holes) Rps =
M = 16.00 in.-kips M = R*e (eccentric moment at face of support) Rpa =
Sn = 3.56 in.^3 Sn = tp*Hp^2/6-S1^2*(Nb/Nr)*((Nb/Nr)^2-1)*(tp*(dhy1+1/16))/(6*Hp) Gross Sh
fbn = 4.49 ksi fbn = M/Sn ho =
Fbn = 21.60 ksi Fbn = 0.60*Fyp Avg =
Rbn = 76.95 kips Rbn = (Fbn*Sn/e)*(1-(P/Rtn)) Rbn >= R, O.K. Rvg =
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Avn =
Beam Tab Checks (continued): Rvn =
Gross Ten
Axial Compression Capacity of Plate: Atg =
Acg = 3.38 in.^2 Acg = Hp*tp Rtg =
Lc = 3.00 in. Lc = Max. of D2 or S2 Net Tensi
K= 1.20 (assumed effective length factor for plate supported on one edge) Atn =
r = 0.108 in. r = tp/(SQRT(12)) Rtn =
KL/r = 33.26 KL/r = K*Lc/r Block She
Cc = 126.10 Cc = SQRT(2*p^2*29000/Fyp) Av =
Fa = 19.71 ksi If KL/r <= Cc: Fa = At =
--- (1-(K*Lc/r )^2/(2*Cc^2))*Fyp/(5/3+3*(K*Lc/r)/(8*Cc)-(K*Lc/r)^3/(8*Cc^3))
Rbs =
--- If K*L/r > Cc: Fa = 12*p^2*29000/(23*(K*Lc/r)^2) Tension T
Rc = 66.51 kips Rc = Fa*Acg Av =
At =
Beam Checks for Uncoped Flanges: Rto =
Bolt Bearing Capacity of Beam Web (for Vertical): Tension T
C1 = 0 in. C1 = Spacing increment (C1 = 0 for Standard holes in web) Av =
C2 = N.A. in. C2 = Edge distance increment (not applicable for uncoped beam) At =
Rpe = 14.63 kips Rpe = 1.2*Fub*db*tw*(Nr) (for Nr edge bolts, edge dist., C2 are N.A.) Rto =
Rps = 29.25 kips Rps = 1.2*Fub*db*tw*(Nb-Nr) (C1 is not applicable for S1 >= 3*db) Web Buc
Rpv = 43.88 kips Rpv = Rpe+Rps <= 1.2*Fub*db*tw*(Nb) Rpv >= R, O.K. ho =
e=
Bolt Bearing Capacity of Beam Web (for Axial): yc =
C1 = 0 in. C1 = Spacing increment (C1 = 0 for Standard holes in web) In =
C2 = 0 in. C2 = Edge distance increment (C2 = 0 for Standard holes in web) Sn =
Rpe = 43.88 kips Rpe = 1.2*Fub*db*tw*(Nb/Nr) (C2 is not applicable for D2-s >= 1.5*db) c/ho =
Rps = 0.00 kips Rps = not applicable, since all edge bolts for bearing due to axial load)k =
Rpa = 38.04 kips Rpa = (Rpe+Rps)*(1-(R/Rpv)^2) <= 1.2*Fub*db*tw*(Nb)*(1-(R/Rpv)^2) c/d =
f=
Gross Shear Capacity of Beam Web: Fbc =
ho = N.A in. ho = not applicable for uncoped beam Rwb =
Avg = 3.925 in.^2 Avg = d*tw Beam Che
Rvg = 78.50 kips Rvg = 0.40*Fyb*Avg Rvg >= R, O.K. Bolt Bear
C1 =
Net Shear Capacity of Beam Web: C2 =
Avn = 3.316 in.^2 Avn = (d-Nb/Nr*dh2)*tw Rpe =
Rvn = 64.65 kips Rvn = 0.30*Fub*Avn <= 0.40*Fyb*Avg Rvn >= R, O.K. Rps =
Rpv =
Gross Tension Capacity of Beam: Bolt Bear
Atg = 7.680 in.^2 Atg = A C1 =
Rtg = 220.83 kips Rtg = (0.60*Fyb*Atg)*(1-(R/Rvg)^2) C2 =
Rpe =
Net Tension Capacity of Beam: Rps =
Atn = 6.528 in.^2 Atn = Atg-(Nb/Nr*(dh2+1/16))*tw <= 0.85*Atg Rpa =
Rtn = 199.17 kips Rtn = (0.50*Fub*Atn)*(1-(R/Rvn)^2) <= (0.60*Fyb*Atg)*(1-(R/Rvn)^2) Gross Sh
ho =
Avg =
Rvg =
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Avn =
Rvn =
Beam Checks for Uncoped Flanges (continued): Gross Ten
Atg =
Block Shear ("L-shaped") Capacity of Beam Web: Rtg =
Av = N.A. in.^2 Av = not applicable for uncoped beam Net Tensi
At = N.A. in.^2 At = not applicable for uncoped beam Atn =
Rbs = N.A. kips Rbs = not applicable for uncoped beam Rtn =
Block She
Tension Tear-Out ("L-shaped") Capacity of Beam Web: Av =
Av = N.A. in.^2 Av = not applicable for uncoped beam At =
At = N.A. in.^2 At = not applicable for uncoped beam Rbs =
Rto = N.A. kips Rto = not applicable for uncoped beam Tension T
Av =
Tension Tear-Out ("U-shaped") Capacity of Beam Web: At =
Av = 1.047 in.^2 Av = 2*((D2-s)+(Nr-1)*S2-((Nr-1)*dh2+dh2/2))*tw Rto =
At = 1.094 in.^2 At = ((Nb/Nr-1)*S1-(Nb/Nr-1)*dh2)*tw Tension T
Rto = 55.96 kips Rto = 0.30*Fub*Av+0.50*Fub*At Av =
At =
Web Buckling (Flexure) Capacity Not Applicable for Uncoped Beam Rto =
ho = N.A. in. ho = d-dc1 Web Buc
e= N.A. in. e = c+s ho =
yc = N.A. in. yc = (bf*tf^2/2+(ho-tf)*tw*(tf+(ho-tf)/2))/((ho-tf)*tw+bf*tf) e=
In = N.A. in.^4 In=bf*tf^3/12+bf*tf*(yc-tf/2)^2+tw*(ho-tf)^3/12+(ho-tf)*tw*(tf+(ho-tf)/2-yc)^2
yc =
Sn = N.A. in.^3 Sn = In/(ho-yc) In =
c/ho = N.A. c/ho = ratio for evaluating plate buckling coefficient (k) Sn =
k= N.A. If c/ho <= 1.0, then k = 2.2*(ho/c)^1.65, else k = 2.2*(ho/c) dc =
c/d = N.A. c/d = ratio for evaluating adjustment factor (f) of plate buckling model fd =
f= N.A. If c/d <= 1.0, then f = 2*(c/d), else f = 1+(c/d) Fbc =
Fbc = N.A. ksi Fbc = Min. of: (15,700*f*k*(tw/ho)^2 or 0.60*Fy)*(1-P/(0.60*Fy*Atg))
Rwb =
Rwb = N.A. kips Rwb = Fbc*Sn/e Beam Tab
Plate to C
ew =
L=
kL =
aL =
a=
k=
C1 =
C=
Pr =
q=
Co =
C(max) =
A=
Ca/Co =
Ca =
w(req'd) =
w(recom'd) =
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w(max) =
Beam Tab to Column Connection: Rwr =
Rwv =
Plate to Column Welding: (using AISC Table XIX, page 4-75) Rwa =
ew = 4.000 in. ew = D2+eb (eccentricity for weld design) Rwr =
L = 9.000 in. L = Hp Rwv =
kL = 0.375 in. kL = tp Rwa =
aL = 4.000 in. aL = ew Interpolate for "C" in Table
a = 0.444 a = (aL)/L TABLE XI Coefficients, "C" (AISC Manua
k = 0.000 k = 0 (for Special Case) L
C1 = 1.0 C1 = 1.0 for E70XX electrode (in.)
C = 0.871 (interpolated from Table XIX) ###
Pr = 16.00 kips Pr = SQRT(R^2+P^2) (total resultant load taken by 2 welds) ###
q = 0.000 deg. q = 90-(ATAN(R/P)) (angle from vertical) ###
Co = N.A. Co = "C" coefficient from AISC Table XIX ###
C(max) = N.A. C(max) = 0.928*(2) ###
A= N.A. A = C(max)/Co >= 1.0 ###
Ca/Co = N.A. Ca/Co = A/(SINq+A*COSq) >= 1.0 ###
Ca = N.A. Ca = (Ca/Co)*Co For:
w(req'd) = 0.128 in. (size) w(req'd) =(Pr/((C or Ca)*C1*L))/16 Weld used >= weld req'd., O.K. b = 3"
w(recom'd) = 0.2813 in. w(recom'd) = ((0.40*Fyp*Hp*tp)/((C or Ca)*C1*L))/16 <= 0.75*tp ###
w(min) = 0.1875 in. w(min) = Min. fillet weld size from AISC Table J2.4, page 5-67 ###
Rwr = 39.20 kips Rwr = w*16*(C or Ca)*C1*L (w = actual weld size used) ###
Rwv = 39.20 kips Rwv = Rwr*COSq (vertical) Rwv >= R, O.K. ###
Rwa = 0.00 kips Rwa = Rwr*SINq (axial) ###
###
Column Checks: ###
Gross Shear Capacity of Flange at Plate: ###
Av = 6.480 in.^2 Av = Hp*tfc ###
Rv = 129.60 kips Rv = 0.40*Fyc*Av Rv >= R, O.K. ###
###
Gross Tension Capacity of Flange at Plate: ###
At = 6.480 in.^2 At = Hp*tfc ###
Rt = 191.44 kips Rt = (0.60*Fyc*At)*(1-(R/Rv)^2) ###
###
Local Web Yielding: (Criteria is assumed for beam near column end per AISC Eqn. K1-3) ###
N = 9.000 in. N = Hp For:
Rwy = 168.11 kips Rwy = 0.66*Fyc*twc*(N+2.5*kc) b = 6"
###
Web Crippling: (Criteria is for beam near column end per AISC Eqn. K1-5) ###
N = 9.000 in. N = Hp ###
Rwc = 100.57 kips Rwc = 34*twc^2*(1+3*(N/d)*(twc/tfc)^1.5)*SQRT(Fyc*tfc/twc) ###
###
###
Comments: ###
###
###
W10x12
Interpolate for "C" in Table X
TABLE XII Coefficients, "C" (AISC Manu

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AISC BEAM END CONNECTION (ASD)


Using Beam Tab (Single Plate) Bolted to Beam Web and Welded to Column Web
Subjected to Shear and/or Axial Load
Job Name: Subject: Bolt and M
Job Number: Originator: Checker: ###
###
Input Data: ###
###
Beam and Column Data: tw=0.415
Beam Size = W16x26 bf=10
Column Size = W14x68 ###
Beam Yield Stress, Fyb = 50 ksi ###
Column Yield Stress, Fyc = 50 ksi Face of Column Web ED2=1.5
tp=0.375 S2=0
Connection Loading: ED1=1.5 D2=3 A490
Beam End Reaction (Shear), R = 15.00 kips D1=3
Beam Axial Force, P = 0.00 kips Hp=9 S1=3 X
S1=3 P=0 k
Connection Data and Parameters: R= 15 k Standard
Beam Tab Height, Hp = 9.0000 in. Short-Slot
Beam Tab Width, Wp = 4.5000 in. 5/16 s=0.5 ###
Beam Tab Thickness, tp = 0.3750 in. 5/16 Wp=4.5 ###
Beam Tab Yield Stress, Fyp = 36 ksi ###
Diameter of Bolts, db = 0.750 in. General Nomenclature
ASTM Bolt Desig. (A325 or A490) = A325 ###
Bolt Type (N, X, or SC) = N tw=0.25 c=0 ###
Bolt Hole Type in Beam Tab = Short-Slot tf=0.345 dc1=0
Total No. of Bolts in Beam Tab, Nb = 3 ###
Number of Vertical Rows, Nr = 1 ###
Dist. from Top/Beam to Bolts, D1 = 3.0000 in. d=15.7 ###
Bolt Vertical Spacing, S1 = 3.0000 in. ###
Vertical Edge Distance, ED1 = 1.5000 in. ###
Dist. to 1st Row of Bolts, D2 = 3.0000 in. bf=5.5 dc2=0
Bolt Horizontal Spacing, S2 = 0.0000 in. c=0 ###
Horizontal Edge Distance, ED2 = 1.5000 in. ###
Beam Setback Distance, s = 0.5000 in. Beam and Cope Nomenclature
Length of Flange Cope(s), c = 0.0000 in. ###
Depth of Top Flange Cope, dc1 = 0.0000 in. ###
Depth of Bottom Flange Cope, dc2 = 0.0000 in. ###
Fillet Weld Size at Plate, w = 5/16 in. ###
Max. Shear Capacity of Connection: ###
Member Properties: R(max) = 16.42 kips ###
Beam: Column: ###
A= 7.68 A= 20.00 in.^2 ###
d = 15.700 d= 14.000 in. ###
tw = 0.250 tw = 0.415 in. ###
bf = 5.500 bf = 10.000 in. ###
tf = 0.345 tf = 0.720 in. ###
k = 0.7470 k= 1.3100 in. ###
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Results: ###
###
General Parameters: ###
Bolt and Material Data: ###
dhy1 = 0.9375 in. dhy1 = db+3/16 (Short-Slot hole for 0.75 in. bolts in plate) ###
dhx1 = 1.0000 in. dhx1 = db+1/4 (Short-Slot hole for 0.75 in. bolts in plate) ###
dh2 = 0.8125 in. dh2 = db+1/16 (Standard hole for 0.75 in. bolts in beam web) Rtn =
Ab = 0.4418 in.^2 Ab = p*db^2/4 Block She
Fup = 58.0 ksi Fup = 58 for Fyp = 36 (for plate) Av =
Fub = 65.0 ksi Fub = 65 for Fyb = 50 (for beam) At =
Fuc = 65.0 ksi Fuc = 65 for Fyc = 50 (for column) Rbs =
Tension T
Beam Tab to Beam Connection: (assuming "flexible" support provided at column web) Av =
Bolt Shear (includes eccentricity): (using AISC Table XI, page 4-62) At =
n= 3 bolts n = Nb/Nr (number of bolts in a vertical row) Rto =
b = 3.000 in. b = S1 Tension T
eb = 3.000 in. eb = Max. of: ABS(2*(Nb/Nr)/3-D2) or D2 Av =
C = 1.770 (interpolated from Table XI) At =
Pr = 15.00 kips Pr = SQRT(R^2+P^2) (total resultant load taken by bolts) Rto =
q = 0.000 deg. q = 90-(ATAN(R/P)) (angle from vertical) Gross Be
Co = N.A. Co = "C" coefficient from AISC Table XI e=
C(max) = N.A. C(max) = n M=
A= N.A. A = C(max)/Co >= 1.0 Sg =
Ca/Co = N.A. Ca/Co = A/(SINq+A*COSq) >= 1.0 fbg =
Ca = N.A. Ca = (Ca/Co)*Co Fbg =
vb = 8.47 kips/bolt vb = Pr/(C or Ca) Rbg =
fv = 19.18 ksi fv = vb/Ab Net Bendi
Fv = 21.00 ksi Fv = Allow. shear stress from AISC Table J3.2, page 5-73 (for N bolts) e =
Vb = 9.28 kips/bolt Vb = Fv*Ab M=
Rbr = 16.42 kips Rbr = Vb*(C or Ca) (resultant) Sn =
Rbv = 16.42 kips Rbv = Rbr*COSq (vertical) Rbv >= R, O.K. fbn =
Rba = 0.00 kips Rba = Rbr*SINq (axial) Fbn =
Rbn =
Beam Tab Checks: Axial Com
Bolt Bearing Capacity of Plate (for Vertical): Acg =
C1 = 0 in. C1 = Spacing increment from AISC Table J3.4, page 5-76 Lc =
C2 = 0 in. C2 = Edge distance increment from AISC Table J3.6, page 5-76 K=
Rpe = 19.58 kips Rpe = (1.2*Fup*db*tp)*(Nr) (C2 is not applicable for ED1 >= 1.5*db) r =
Rps = 39.15 kips Rps = (1.2*Fup*db*tp)*(Nb-Nr) (C1 is not applicable for S1 >= 3*db)KL/r =
Rpv = 58.73 kips Rpv = Rpe+Rps <= (1.2*Fup*db*tp)*Nb) Rpv >= R, O.K. Cc =
Fa =
Bolt Bearing Capacity of Plate (for Axial): ---
C1 = N.A. in. C1 = Spacing increment (not applicable for all edge bolts) ---
C2 = 0.13 in. C2 = Edge distance increment from AISC Table J3.6, page 5-76 Rc =
Rpe = 58.73 kips Rpe = (1.2*Fup*db*tp)*(Nb/Nr) (C2 is not applicable for ED2 >= 1.5*db) Beam Che
Rps = 0.00 kips Rps = not applicable, since all edge bolts for bearing due to axial load Bolt Bear
Rpa = 54.89 kips Rpa = (Rpe+Rps)*(1-(R/Rpv)^2) <= (1.2*Fup*db*tp)*(Nb)*(1-(R/Rpv)^2) C1 =
(Ref.: "Comb. Shear & Tension Stress" by: S.C. Goel, AISC Journal, 3rd Qtr.-1986) C2 =
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Rps =
Beam Tab Checks (continued): Rpv =
Bolt Bear
Gross Shear Capacity of Plate: C1 =
Avg = 3.375 in.^2 Avg = Hp*tp C2 =
Rvg = 48.60 kips Rvg = 0.40*Fyp*Avg Rvg >= R, O.K. Rpe =
Rps =
Net Shear Capacity of Plate: Rpa =
Avn = 2.320 ksi Avn = (Hp-(Nb/Nr)*dhy1)*tp Gross Sh
Rvn = 40.37 kips Rvn = 0.30*Fup*Avn Rvn >= R, O.K. Avg =
Rvg =
Gross Tension Capacity of Plate: Net Shea
Atg = 3.375 in.^2 Atg = Hp*tp Avn =
Rtg = 65.96 kips Rtg = (0.60*Fyp*Atg)*(1-(R/Rvg)^2) Rvn =
Gross Ten
Net Tension Capacity of Plate: Atg =
Atn = 2.250 in.^2 Atn = Atg-(Nb/Nr*(dhy1+1/16)*tp) <= 0.85*Atg Rtg =
Rtn = 56.24 kips Rtn = (0.50*Fup*Atn)*(1-(R/Rvn)^2) <= (0.60*Fyp*Atg)*(1-(R/Rvn)^2) Net Tensi
Atn =
Block Shear ("L-shaped") Capacity of Plate: Rtn =
Av = 1.934 in.^2 Av = ((ED1+(Nb/Nr-1)*S1)-((Nb/Nr-1)*dhy1+dhy1/2))*tp Block She
At = 0.375 in.^2 At = (ED2+(Nr-1)*S2-((Nr-1)*dhx1+dhx1/2))*tp Av =
Rbs = 44.52 kips Rbs = 0.30*Fup*Av+0.50*Fup*At Rbs >= R, O.K. At =
Rbs =
Tension Tear-Out ("L-shaped") Capacity of Plate: Tension T
Av = 0.375 in.^2 Av = (ED2+(Nr-1)*S2-((Nr-1)*dhx1+dhx1/2))*tp Av =
At = 1.934 in.^2 At = ((ED1+(Nb/Nr-1)*S1)-((Nb/Nr-1)*dhy1+dhy1/2))*tp At =
Rto = 55.49 kips Rto = (0.30*Fup*Av+0.50*Fup*At)*(1-(R/Rbs)^2) Rto =
Tension T
Tension Tear-Out ("U-shaped") Capacity of Plate: Av =
Av = 0.750 in.^2 Av = 2*(ED2+(Nr-1)*S2-((Nr-1)*dhx1+dhx1/2))*tp At =
At = 1.547 in.^2 At = ((Nb/Nr-1)*S1-(Nb/Nr-1)*dhy1)*tp Rto =
Rto = 57.91 kips Rto = (0.30*Fup*Av+0.50*Fup*At) Beam Che
Bolt Bear
Gross Bending in Plate: C1 =
e = 6.000 in. e = D2+eb (eccentricity for plate bending at support) C2 =
M = 90.00 in.-kips M = R*e (eccentric moment at face of support) Rpe =
Sg = 5.06 in.^3 Sg = tp*Hp^2/6 Rps =
fbg = 17.78 ksi fbg = M/Sg Rpv =
Fbg = 21.60 ksi Fbg = 0.60*Fyp Bolt Bear
Rbg = 18.23 kips Rbg = (Fbg*Sg/e)*(1-(P/Rtg)) Rbg >= R, O.K. C1 =
C2 =
Net Bending in Plate: Rpe =
e = 3.000 in. e = eb (eccentricity for plate bending at holes) Rps =
M = 45.00 in.-kips M = R*e (eccentric moment at face of support) Rpa =
Sn = 3.56 in.^3 Sn = tp*Hp^2/6-S1^2*(Nb/Nr)*((Nb/Nr)^2-1)*(tp*(dhy1+1/16))/(6*Hp) Gross Sh
fbn = 12.63 ksi fbn = M/Sn ho =
Fbn = 21.60 ksi Fbn = 0.60*Fyp Avg =
Rbn = 25.65 kips Rbn = (Fbn*Sn/e)*(1-(P/Rtn)) Rbn >= R, O.K. Rvg =
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Avn =
Beam Tab Checks (continued): Rvn =
Gross Ten
Axial Compression Capacity of Plate: Atg =
Acg = 3.38 in.^2 Acg = Hp*tp Rtg =
Lc = 3.00 in. Lc = Max. of D2 or S2 Net Tensi
K= 1.20 (assumed effective length factor for plate supported on one edge) Atn =
r = 0.108 in. r = tp/(SQRT(12)) Rtn =
KL/r = 33.26 KL/r = K*Lc/r Block She
Cc = 126.10 Cc = SQRT(2*p^2*29000/Fyp) Av =
Fa = 19.71 ksi If KL/r <= Cc: Fa = At =
--- (1-(K*Lc/r )^2/(2*Cc^2))*Fyp/(5/3+3*(K*Lc/r)/(8*Cc)-(K*Lc/r)^3/(8*Cc^3))
Rbs =
--- If K*L/r > Cc: Fa = 12*p^2*29000/(23*(K*Lc/r)^2) Tension T
Rc = 66.51 kips Rc = Fa*Acg Av =
At =
Beam Checks for Uncoped Flanges: Rto =
Bolt Bearing Capacity of Beam Web (for Vertical): Tension T
C1 = 0 in. C1 = Spacing increment (C1 = 0 for Standard holes in web) Av =
C2 = N.A. in. C2 = Edge distance increment (not applicable for uncoped beam) At =
Rpe = 14.63 kips Rpe = 1.2*Fub*db*tw*(Nr) (for Nr edge bolts, edge dist., C2 are N.A.) Rto =
Rps = 29.25 kips Rps = 1.2*Fub*db*tw*(Nb-Nr) (C1 is not applicable for S1 >= 3*db) Web Buc
Rpv = 43.88 kips Rpv = Rpe+Rps <= 1.2*Fub*db*tw*(Nb) Rpv >= R, O.K. ho =
e=
Bolt Bearing Capacity of Beam Web (for Axial): yc =
C1 = 0 in. C1 = Spacing increment (C1 = 0 for Standard holes in web) In =
C2 = 0 in. C2 = Edge distance increment (C2 = 0 for Standard holes in web) Sn =
Rpe = 43.88 kips Rpe = 1.2*Fub*db*tw*(Nb/Nr) (C2 is not applicable for D2-s >= 1.5*db) c/ho =
Rps = 0.00 kips Rps = not applicable, since all edge bolts for bearing due to axial load)k =
Rpa = 38.75 kips Rpa = (Rpe+Rps)*(1-(R/Rpv)^2) <= 1.2*Fub*db*tw*(Nb)*(1-(R/Rpv)^2) c/d =
f=
Gross Shear Capacity of Beam Web: Fbc =
ho = N.A in. ho = not applicable for uncoped beam Rwb =
Avg = 3.925 in.^2 Avg = d*tw Beam Che
Rvg = 78.50 kips Rvg = 0.40*Fyb*Avg Rvg >= R, O.K. Bolt Bear
C1 =
Net Shear Capacity of Beam Web: C2 =
Avn = 3.316 in.^2 Avn = (d-Nb/Nr*dh2)*tw Rpe =
Rvn = 64.65 kips Rvn = 0.30*Fub*Avn <= 0.40*Fyb*Avg Rvn >= R, O.K. Rps =
Rpv =
Gross Tension Capacity of Beam: Bolt Bear
Atg = 7.680 in.^2 Atg = A C1 =
Rtg = 221.99 kips Rtg = (0.60*Fyb*Atg)*(1-(R/Rvg)^2) C2 =
Rpe =
Net Tension Capacity of Beam: Rps =
Atn = 6.528 in.^2 Atn = Atg-(Nb/Nr*(dh2+1/16))*tw <= 0.85*Atg Rpa =
Rtn = 200.74 kips Rtn = (0.50*Fub*Atn)*(1-(R/Rvn)^2) <= (0.60*Fyb*Atg)*(1-(R/Rvn)^2) Gross Sh
ho =
Avg =
Rvg =
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Avn =
Rvn =
Beam Checks for Uncoped Flanges (continued): Gross Ten
Atg =
Block Shear ("L-shaped") Capacity of Beam Web: Rtg =
Av = N.A. in.^2 Av = not applicable for uncoped beam Net Tensi
At = N.A. in.^2 At = not applicable for uncoped beam Atn =
Rbs = N.A. kips Rbs = not applicable for uncoped beam Rtn =
Block She
Tension Tear-Out ("L-shaped") Capacity of Beam Web: Av =
Av = N.A. in.^2 Av = not applicable for uncoped beam At =
At = N.A. in.^2 At = not applicable for uncoped beam Rbs =
Rto = N.A. kips Rto = not applicable for uncoped beam Tension T
Av =
Tension Tear-Out ("U-shaped") Capacity of Beam Web: At =
Av = 1.047 in.^2 Av = 2*((D2-s)+(Nr-1)*S2-((Nr-1)*dh2+dh2/2))*tw Rto =
At = 1.094 in.^2 At = ((Nb/Nr-1)*S1-(Nb/Nr-1)*dh2)*tw Tension T
Rto = 55.96 kips Rto = 0.30*Fub*Av+0.50*Fub*At Av =
At =
Web Buckling (Flexure) Capacity Not Applicable for Uncoped Beam Rto =
ho = N.A. in. ho = d-dc1 Web Buc
e= N.A. in. e = c+s ho =
yc = N.A. in. yc = (bf*tf^2/2+(ho-tf)*tw*(tf+(ho-tf)/2))/((ho-tf)*tw+bf*tf) e=
In = N.A. in.^4 In=bf*tf^3/12+bf*tf*(yc-tf/2)^2+tw*(ho-tf)^3/12+(ho-tf)*tw*(tf+(ho-tf)/2-yc)^2
yc =
Sn = N.A. in.^3 Sn = In/(ho-yc) In =
c/ho = N.A. c/ho = ratio for evaluating plate buckling coefficient (k) Sn =
k= N.A. If c/ho <= 1.0, then k = 2.2*(ho/c)^1.65, else k = 2.2*(ho/c) dc =
c/d = N.A. c/d = ratio for evaluating adjustment factor (f) of plate buckling model fd =
f= N.A. If c/d <= 1.0, then f = 2*(c/d), else f = 1+(c/d) Fbc =
Fbc = N.A. ksi Fbc = Min. of: (15,700*f*k*(tw/ho)^2 or 0.60*Fy)*(1-P/(0.60*Fy*Atg))
Rwb =
Rwb = N.A. kips Rwb = Fbc*Sn/e Beam Tab
Plate to C
ew =
L=
kL =
aL =
a=
k=
C1 =
C=
Pr =
q=
Co =
C(max) =
A=
Ca/Co =
Ca =
w(req'd) =
w(recom'd) =
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w(max) =
Beam Tab to Column Connection: Rwr =
Rwv =
Plate to Column Welding: (using AISC Table XIX, page 4-75) Rwa =
ew = 6.000 in. ew = D2+eb (eccentricity for weld design) Rwr =
L = 9.000 in. L = Hp Rwv =
kL = 0.375 in. kL = tp Rwa =
aL = 6.000 in. aL = ew Interpolate for "C" in Table
a = 0.667 a = (aL)/L TABLE XI Coefficients, "C" (AISC Manua
k = 0.000 k = 0 (for Special Case) L
C1 = 1.0 C1 = 1.0 for E70XX electrode (in.)
C = 0.614 (interpolated from Table XIX) ###
Pr = 15.00 kips Pr = SQRT(R^2+P^2) (total resultant load taken by 2 welds) ###
q = 0.000 deg. q = 90-(ATAN(R/P)) (angle from vertical) ###
Co = N.A. Co = "C" coefficient from AISC Table XIX ###
C(max) = N.A. C(max) = 0.928*(2) ###
A= N.A. A = C(max)/Co >= 1.0 ###
Ca/Co = N.A. Ca/Co = A/(SINq+A*COSq) >= 1.0 ###
Ca = N.A. Ca = (Ca/Co)*Co For:
w(req'd) = 0.170 in. (size) w(req'd) =(Pr/((C or Ca)*C1*L))/16 Weld used >= weld req'd., O.K. b = 3"
w(recom'd) = 0.2813 in. w(recom'd) = ((0.40*Fyp*Hp*tp)/((C or Ca)*C1*L))/16 <= 0.75*tp ###
w(min) = 0.1875 in. w(min) = Min. fillet weld size from AISC Table J2.4, page 5-67 ###
Rwr = 27.63 kips Rwr = w*16*(C or Ca)*C1*L (w = actual weld size used) ###
Rwv = 27.63 kips Rwv = Rwr*COSq (vertical) Rwv >= R, O.K. ###
Rwa = 0.00 kips Rwa = Rwr*SINq (axial) ###
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Column Checks: ###
Gross Shear Capacity of Web at Plate: ###
Av = 3.735 in.^2 Av = Hp*twc ###
Rv = 74.70 kips Rv = 0.40*Fyc*Av Rv >= R, O.K. ###
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Gross Tension Capacity of Web at Plate: ###
At = 3.735 in.^2 At = Hp*twc ###
Rt = 107.53 kips Rt = (0.60*Fyc*At)*(1-(R/Rv)^2) ###
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Comments: For:
b = 6"
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W10x12
Interpolate for "C" in Table X
TABLE XII Coefficients, "C" (AISC Manu

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AISC BEAM END CONNECTION (ASD)


Using Beam Tab (Single Plate) Bolted to Beam Web and Welded to Girder Web
Subjected to Shear and/or Axial Load
Job Name: Subject: Bolt and M
Job Number: Originator: Checker: ###
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Input Data: ###
###
Beam and Girder Data: ###
Beam Size = W16x26 ###
Girder Size = W24x55 Face of Girder Web ED2=1.5
Beam Yield Stress, Fyb = 50 ksi tp=0.375 S2=0
Girder Yield Stress, Fyg = 50 ksi ED1=1.5 D2=3 ###
D1=3
Connection Loading: Hp=9 S1=3 A490
Beam End Reaction (Shear), R = 15.00 kips S1=3 P=0 k
Beam Axial Force, P = 0.00 kips R= 15 k X
SC
Connection Data and Parameters: 5/16 s=0.5 Standard
Beam Tab Height, Hp = 9.0000 in. 5/16 Wp=4.5 Short-Slot
Beam Tab Width, Wp = 4.5000 in. ###
Beam Tab Thickness, tp = 0.3750 in. General Nomenclature
Beam Tab Yield Stress, Fyp = 36 ksi (Girder not shown for clarity)
Diameter of Bolts, db = 0.750 in. ###
ASTM Bolt Desig. (A325 or A490) = A325 tw=0.25 c=4 ###
Bolt Type (N, X, or SC) = N tf=0.345 dc1=1.5
Bolt Hole Type in Beam Tab = Short-Slot ###
Total No. of Bolts in Beam Tab, Nb = 3 ###
Number of Vertical Rows, Nr = 1 d=15.7 ###
Dist. from Top/Beam to Bolts, D1 = 3.0000 in. ###
Bolt Vertical Spacing, S1 = 3.0000 in. ###
Vertical Edge Distance, ED1 = 1.5000 in. bf=5.5 dc2=0
Dist. to 1st Row of Bolts, D2 = 3.0000 in. c=0 ###
Bolt Horizontal Spacing, S2 = 0.0000 in. ###
Horizontal Edge Distance, ED2 = 1.5000 in. Beam and Cope Nomenclature
Beam Setback Distance, s = 0.5000 in. (Girder not shown for clarity)
Length of Flange Cope(s), c = 4.0000 in. ###
Depth of Top Flange Cope, dc1 = 1.5000 in. ###
Depth of Bottom Flange Cope, dc2 = 0.0000 in. ###
Fillet Weld Size at Beam Tab, w = 5/16 in. ###
Max. Shear Capacity of Connection: ###
Member Properties: R(max) = 16.42 kips ###
Beam: Girder: ###
A= 7.68 A= 16.30 in.^2 ###
d = 15.700 d= 23.600 in. ###
tw = 0.250 tw = 0.395 in. ###
bf = 5.500 bf = 7.010 in. ###
tf = 0.345 tf = 0.505 in. ###
k = 0.7470 k= 1.1100 in. ###
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###
Results: ###
###
General Parameters: ###
Bolt and Material Data: ###
dhy1 = 0.9375 in. dhy1 = db+3/16 (Short-Slot hole for 0.75 in. bolts in plate) ###
dhx1 = 1.0000 in. dhx1 = db+1/4 (Short-Slot hole for 0.75 in. bolts in plate) ###
dh2 = 0.8125 in. dh2 = db+1/16 (Standard hole for 0.75 in. bolts in beam web) Rtn =
Ab = 0.4418 in.^2 Ab = p*db^2/4 Block She
Fup = 58.0 ksi Fup = 58 for Fyp = 36 (for plate) Av =
Fub = 65.0 ksi Fub = 65 for Fyb = 50 (for beam) At =
Fug = 65.0 ksi Fug = 65 for Fyg = 50 (for girder) Rbs =
Tension T
Beam Tab to Beam Connection: (assuming "flexible" support provided at girder web) Av =
Bolt Shear (includes eccentricity): (using AISC Table XI, page 4-62) At =
n= 3 bolts n = Nb/Nr (number of bolts in a vertical row) Rto =
b = 3.000 in. b = S1 Tension T
eb = 3.000 in. eb = Max. of: ABS(2*(Nb/Nr)/3-D2) or D2 Av =
C = 1.770 (interpolated from Table XI) At =
Pr = 15.00 kips Pr = SQRT(R^2+P^2) (total resultant load taken by bolts) Rto =
q = 0.000 deg. q = 90-(ATAN(R/P)) (angle from vertical) Gross Be
Co = N.A. Co = "C" coefficient from AISC Table XI e=
C(max) = N.A. C(max) = n M=
A= N.A. A = C(max)/Co >= 1.0 Sg =
Ca/Co = N.A. Ca/Co = A/(SINq+A*COSq) >= 1.0 fbg =
Ca = N.A. Ca = (Ca/Co)*Co Fbg =
vb = 8.47 kips/bolt vb = Pr/(C or Ca) Rbg =
fv = 19.18 ksi fv = vb/Ab Net Bendi
Fv = 21.00 ksi Fv = Allow. shear stress from AISC Table J3.2, page 5-73 (for N bolts) e =
Vb = 9.28 kips/bolt Vb = Fv*Ab M=
Rbr = 16.42 kips Rbr = Vb*(C or Ca) (resultant) Sn =
Rbv = 16.42 kips Rbv = Rbr*COSq (vertical) Rbv >= R, O.K. fbn =
Rba = 0.00 kips Rba = Rbr*SINq (axial) Fbn =
Rbn =
Beam Tab Checks: Axial Com
Bolt Bearing Capacity of Plate (for Vertical): Acg =
C1 = 0 in. C1 = Spacing increment from AISC Table J3.4, page 5-76 Lc =
C2 = 0 in. C2 = Edge distance increment from AISC Table J3.6, page 5-76 K=
Rpe = 19.58 kips Rpe = (1.2*Fup*db*tp)*(Nr) (C2 is not applicable for ED1 >= 1.5*db) r =
Rps = 39.15 kips Rps = (1.2*Fup*db*tp)*(Nb-Nr) (C1 is not applicable for S1 >= 3*db)KL/r =
Rpv = 58.73 kips Rpv = Rpe+Rps <= (1.2*Fup*db*tp)*Nb) Rpv >= R, O.K. Cc =
Fa =
Bolt Bearing Capacity of Plate (for Axial): ---
C1 = N.A. in. C1 = Spacing increment (not applicable for all edge bolts) ---
C2 = 0.13 in. C2 = Edge distance increment from AISC Table J3.6, page 5-76 Rc =
Rpe = 58.73 kips Rpe = (1.2*Fup*db*tp)*(Nb/Nr) (C2 is not applicable for ED2 >= 1.5*db) Beam Che
Rps = 0.00 kips Rps = not applicable, since all edge bolts for bearing due to axial load Bolt Bear
Rpa = 54.89 kips Rpa = (Rpe+Rps)*(1-(R/Rpv)^2) <= (1.2*Fup*db*tp)*(Nb)*(1-(R/Rpv)^2) C1 =
(Ref.: "Comb. Shear & Tension Stress" by: S.C. Goel, AISC Journal, 3rd Qtr.-1986) C2 =
(continued)

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"BEAMTAB.xls" Program
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Rps =
Beam Tab Checks (continued): Rpv =
Bolt Bear
Gross Shear Capacity of Plate: C1 =
Avg = 3.375 in.^2 Avg = Hp*tp C2 =
Rvg = 48.60 kips Rvg = 0.40*Fyp*Avg Rvg >= R, O.K. Rpe =
Rps =
Net Shear Capacity of Plate: Rpa =
Avn = 2.320 ksi Avn = (Hp-(Nb/Nr)*dhy1)*tp Gross Sh
Rvn = 40.37 kips Rvn = 0.30*Fup*Avn Rvn >= R, O.K. Avg =
Rvg =
Gross Tension Capacity of Plate: Net Shea
Atg = 3.375 in.^2 Atg = Hp*tp Avn =
Rtg = 65.96 kips Rtg = (0.60*Fyp*Atg)*(1-(R/Rvg)^2) Rvn =
Gross Ten
Net Tension Capacity of Plate: Atg =
Atn = 2.250 in.^2 Atn = Atg-(Nb/Nr*(dhy1+1/16)*tp) <= 0.85*Atg Rtg =
Rtn = 56.24 kips Rtn = (0.50*Fup*Atn)*(1-(R/Rvn)^2) <= (0.60*Fyp*Atg)*(1-(R/Rvn)^2) Net Tensi
Atn =
Block Shear ("L-shaped") Capacity of Plate: Rtn =
Av = 1.934 in.^2 Av = ((ED1+(Nb/Nr-1)*S1)-((Nb/Nr-1)*dhy1+dhy1/2))*tp Block She
At = 0.375 in.^2 At = (ED2+(Nr-1)*S2-((Nr-1)*dhx1+dhx1/2))*tp Av =
Rbs = 44.52 kips Rbs = 0.30*Fup*Av+0.50*Fup*At Rbs >= R, O.K. At =
Rbs =
Tension Tear-Out ("L-shaped") Capacity of Plate: Tension T
Av = 0.375 in.^2 Av = (ED2+(Nr-1)*S2-((Nr-1)*dhx1+dhx1/2))*tp Av =
At = 1.934 in.^2 At = ((ED1+(Nb/Nr-1)*S1)-((Nb/Nr-1)*dhy1+dhy1/2))*tp At =
Rto = 55.49 kips Rto = (0.30*Fup*Av+0.50*Fup*At)*(1-(R/Rbs)^2) Rto =
Tension T
Tension Tear-Out ("U-shaped") Capacity of Plate: Av =
Av = 0.750 in.^2 Av = 2*(ED2+(Nr-1)*S2-((Nr-1)*dhx1+dhx1/2))*tp At =
At = 1.547 in.^2 At = ((Nb/Nr-1)*S1-(Nb/Nr-1)*dhy1)*tp Rto =
Rto = 57.91 kips Rto = (0.30*Fup*Av+0.50*Fup*At) Beam Che
Bolt Bear
Gross Bending in Plate: C1 =
e = 6.000 in. e = D2+eb (eccentricity for plate bending at support) C2 =
M = 90.00 in.-kips M = R*e (eccentric moment at face of support) Rpe =
Sg = 5.06 in.^3 Sg = tp*Hp^2/6 Rps =
fbg = 17.78 ksi fbg = M/Sg Rpv =
Fbg = 21.60 ksi Fbg = 0.60*Fyp Bolt Bear
Rbg = 18.23 kips Rbg = (Fbg*Sg/e)*(1-(P/Rtg)) Rbg >= R, O.K. C1 =
C2 =
Net Bending in Plate: Rpe =
e = 3.000 in. e = eb (eccentricity for plate bending at holes) Rps =
M = 45.00 in.-kips M = R*e (eccentric moment at face of support) Rpa =
Sn = 3.56 in.^3 Sn = tp*Hp^2/6-S1^2*(Nb/Nr)*((Nb/Nr)^2-1)*(tp*(dhy1+1/16))/(6*Hp) Gross Sh
fbn = 12.63 ksi fbn = M/Sn ho =
Fbn = 21.60 ksi Fbn = 0.60*Fyp Avg =
Rbn = 25.65 kips Rbn = (Fbn*Sn/e)*(1-(P/Rtn)) Rbn >= R, O.K. Rvg =
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"BEAMTAB.xls" Program
Version 1.3

Avn =
Beam Tab Checks (continued): Rvn =
Gross Ten
Axial Compression Capacity of Plate: Atg =
Acg = 3.38 in.^2 Acg = Hp*tp Rtg =
Lc = 3.00 in. Lc = Max. of D2 or S2 Net Tensi
K= 1.20 (assumed effective length factor for plate supported on one edge) Atn =
r = 0.108 in. r = tp/(SQRT(12)) Rtn =
KL/r = 33.26 KL/r = K*Lc/r Block She
Cc = 126.10 Cc = SQRT(2*p^2*29000/Fyp) Av =
Fa = 19.71 ksi If KL/r <= Cc: Fa = At =
--- (1-(K*Lc/r )^2/(2*Cc^2))*Fyp/(5/3+3*(K*Lc/r)/(8*Cc)-(K*Lc/r)^3/(8*Cc^3))
Rbs =
--- If K*L/r > Cc: Fa = 12*p^2*29000/(23*(K*Lc/r)^2) Tension T
Rc = 66.51 kips Rc = Fa*Acg Av =
At =
Beam Checks for Top Flange Coped Only: Rto =
Bolt Bearing Capacity of Beam Web (for Vertical): Tension T
C1 = 0 in. C1 = Spacing increment (C1 = 0 for Standard holes in web) Av =
C2 = 0 in. C2 = Edge distance increment (C2 = 0 for Standard holes in web) At =
Rpe = 14.63 kips Rpe = 1.2*Fub*db*tw*(Nr) (C2 is not applicable for D1-dc1 >= 1.5*db) Rto =
Rps = 29.25 kips Rps = 1.2*Fub*db*tw*(Nb-Nr) (C1 is not applicable for S1 >= 3*db) Web Buc
Rpv = 43.88 kips Rpv = Rpe+Rps <= 1.2*Fub*db*tw*(Nb) Rpv >= R, O.K. ho =
e=
Bolt Bearing Capacity of Beam Web (for Axial): yc =
C1 = 0 in. C1 = Spacing increment (C1 = 0 for Standard holes in web) In =
C2 = 0 in. C2 = Edge distance increment (C2 = 0 for Standard holes in web) Sn =
Rpe = 43.88 kips Rpe = 1.2*Fub*db*tw*(Nb/Nr) (C2 is not applicable for D2-s >= 1.5*db) c/ho =
Rps = 0.00 kips Rps = not applicable, since all edge bolts for bearing due to axial load)k =
Rpa = 38.75 kips Rpa = (Rpe+Rps)*(1-(R/Rpv)^2) <= 1.2*Fub*db*tw*(Nb)*(1-(R/Rpv)^2) c/d =
f=
Gross Shear Capacity of Beam Web for Top Flange Coped: Fbc =
ho = 14.200 in. ho = d-dc1 Rwb =
Avg = 3.550 in.^2 Avg = ho*tw Beam Che
Rvg = 71.00 kips Rvg = 0.40*Fyb*Avg Rvg >= R, O.K. Bolt Bear
C1 =
Net Shear Capacity of Beam Web for Top Flange Coped: C2 =
Avn = 2.941 in.^2 Avn = (ho-Nb/Nr*dh2)*tw Rpe =
Rvn = 57.34 kips Rvn = 0.3*Fub*Avn <= 0.40*Fyb*Avg Rvn >= R, O.K. Rps =
Rpv =
Gross Tension Capacity of Beam for Top Flange Coped: Bolt Bear
Atg = 5.494 in.^2 Atg = A-(bf*tf+(dc1-tf)*tw) C1 =
Rtg = 157.46 kips Rtg = (0.60*Fyb*Atg)*(1-(R/Rvg)^2) C2 =
Rpe =
Net Tension Capacity of Beam for Top Flange Coped: Rps =
Atn = 4.670 in.^2 Atn = Atg-(Nb/Nr*(dh2+1/16))*tw <= 0.85*Atg Rpa =
Rtn = 141.38 kips Rtn = (0.50*Fub*Atn)*(1-(R/Rvn)^2) <= (0.60*Fyb*Atg)*(1-(R/Rvn)^2) Gross Sh
ho =
Avg =
Rvg =
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"BEAMTAB.xls" Program
Version 1.3

Avn =
Rvn =
Beam Checks for Top Flange Coped Only (continued): Gross Ten
Atg =
Block Shear ("L-shaped") Capacity of Beam Web for Top Flange Coped: Rtg =
Av = 1.367 in.^2 Av = ((D1-dc1)+(Nb/Nr-1)*S1-((Nb/Nr-1)*dh2+dh2/2))*tw Net Tensi
At = 0.523 in.^2 At = ((D2-s)+(Nr-1)*S2-((Nr-1)*dh2+dh2/2))*tw Atn =
Rbs = 43.67 kips Rbs = 0.30*Fub*Av+0.50*Fub*At Rbs >= R, O.K. Rtn =
Block She
Tension Tear-Out ("L-shaped") Capacity of Beam Web for Top Flange Coped: Av =
Av = 0.523 in.^2 Av = ((D2-s)+(Nr-1)*S2-((Nr-1)*dh2+dh2/2))*tw At =
At = 1.367 in.^2 At = ((D1-dc1)+(Nb/Nr-1)*S1-((Nb/Nr-1)*dh2+dh2/2))*tw Rbs =
Rto = 48.19 kips Rto = (0.30*Fub*Av+0.50*Fub*At)*(1-(R/Rbs)^2) Tension T
Av =
Tension Tear-Out ("U-shaped") Capacity of Beam Web for Top Flange Coped: At =
Av = 1.047 in.^2 Av = 2*((D2-s)+(Nr-1)*S2-((Nr-1)*dh2+dh2/2))*tw Rto =
At = 1.094 in.^2 At = ((Nb/Nr-1)*S1-(Nb/Nr-1)*dh2)*tw Tension T
Rto = 55.96 kips Rto = (0.30*Fub*Av+0.50*Fub*At) Av =
At =
Web Buckling (Flexure) Capacity for Top Flange Coped: Rto =
ho = 14.200 in. ho = d-dc1 Web Buc
e = 4.500 in. e = c+s ho =
yc = 4.760 in. yc = (bf*tf^2/2+(ho-tf)*tw*(tf+(ho-tf)/2))/((ho-tf)*tw+bf*tf) e=
In = 117.23 in.^4 In=bf*tf^3/12+bf*tf*(yc-tf/2)^2+tw*(ho-tf)^3/12+(ho-tf)*tw*(tf+(ho-tf)/2-yc)^2
yc =
Sn = 12.42 in.^3 Sn = In/(ho-yc) In =
c/ho = 0.282 c/ho = ratio for evaluating plate buckling coefficient (k) Sn =
k = 17.795 If c/ho <= 1.0, then k = 2.2*(ho/c)^1.65, else k = 2.2*(ho/c) dc =
c/d = 0.255 c/d = ratio for evaluating adjustment factor (f) of plate buckling model fd =
f = 0.510 If c/d <= 1.0, then f = 2*(c/d), else f = 1+(c/d) Fbc =
Fbc = 30.00 ksi Fbc = Min. of: (15,700*f*k*(tw/ho)^2 or 0.60*Fy)*(1-P/(0.60*Fy*Atg)) Rwb =
Rwb = 82.78 kips Rwb = Fbc*Sn/e Rwb >= R, O.K. Beam Tab
Plate to G
ew =
L=
kL =
aL =
a=
k=
C1 =
C=
Pr =
q=
Co =
C(max) =
A=
Ca/Co =
Ca =
w(req'd) =
w(recom'd) =
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"BEAMTAB.xls" Program
Version 1.3

w(max) =
Beam Tab to Girder Connection: Rwr =
Rwv =
Plate to Girder Welding: (using AISC Table XIX, page 4-75) Rwa =
ew = 6.000 in. ew = D2+eb (eccentricity for weld design) Rwr =
L = 9.000 in. L = Hp Rwv =
kL = 0.375 in. kL = tp Rwa =
aL = 6.000 in. aL = ew Interpolate for "C" in Table
a = 0.667 a = (aL)/L TABLE XI Coefficients, "C" (AISC Manua
k = 0.000 k = 0 (for Special Case) L
C1 = 1.0 C1 = 1.0 for E70XX electrode (in.)
C = 0.614 (interpolated from Table XIX) ###
Pr = 15.00 kips Pr = SQRT(R^2+P^2) (total resultant load taken by 2 welds) ###
q = 0.000 deg. q = 90-(ATAN(R/P)) (angle from vertical) ###
Co = N.A. Co = "C" coefficient from AISC Table XIX ###
C(max) = N.A. C(max) = 0.928*(2) ###
A= N.A. A = C(max)/Co >= 1.0 ###
Ca/Co = N.A. Ca/Co = A/(SINq+A*COSq) >= 1.0 ###
Ca = N.A. Ca = (Ca/Co)*Co For:
w(req'd) = 0.170 in. (size) w(req'd) =(Pr/((C or Ca)*C1*L))/16 Weld used >= weld req'd., O.K. b = 3"
w(recom'd) = 0.2813 in. w(recom'd) = ((0.40*Fyp*Hp*tp)/((C or Ca)*C1*L))/16 <= 0.75*tp ###
w(min) = 0.1875 in. w(min) = Min. fillet weld size from AISC Table J2.4, page 5-67 ###
Rwr = 27.63 kips Rwr = w*16*(C or Ca)*C1*L (w = actual weld size used) ###
Rwv = 27.63 kips Rwv = Rwr*COSq (vertical) Rwv >= R, O.K. ###
Rwa = 0.00 kips Rwa = Rwr*SINq (axial) ###
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Girder Checks: ###
Gross Shear Capacity of Web at Plate: ###
Av = 3.555 in.^2 Av = Hp*twg ###
Rv = 71.10 kips Rv = 0.40*Fyg*Av Rv >= R, O.K. ###
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Gross Tension Capacity of Web at Plate: ###
At = 3.555 in.^2 At = Hp*twg ###
Rt = 101.90 kips Rt = (0.60*Fyg*At)*(1-(R/Rv)^2) ###
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Comments: For:
b = 6"
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W10x12
Interpolate for "C" in Table X
TABLE XII Coefficients, "C" (AISC Manu

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