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# INTRODUCTION

SUPPORT STRUCTURSE
FORCE - LONGITUDINAL
FORCE - TRANSVERS
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Figure 3-45. Chart for selection of

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ESIGN OF SADDLE SUPPORTS FOR LARGE VESSELS
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FORCE - LONGITUDINAL

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Figure 3-52. Cross-sectional properties of saddles

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Design of Saddle Parts- Anchor Bolts

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PROCEDURE 3-12

## DESIGN OF BASE PLATES FOR LEGS

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Y = effective bearing length, in. n' =equivalent cantilever dimension of base plate,
M =overturning moment, in.-lb in.
Mb =bending moment, in.-lb B, = allowable bearing pressure, psi
K1,z.s = factor
T =tension force in outermost bolt, lb
ft =tension stress in anchor bolt, psi C =compressive load in concrete, lb
A = actual area of base plate, in.2 V=base shear, lb
A, = area required, base plate, in.2 N =total number of anchor bolts
f: =ultimate 28-day strength, psi Nt =number of anchor bolts in tension
f, =bearing pressure, psi Ab = cross-sectiond area of one bolt, in.z
fi =equivalent bearing pressure, psi A, =total cross-sectional area of bolts in
Fb = allowable bending stress, psi tension, in.'
a = coefficient
Ft = allowable tension stress, psi
T, = shear stress
F, = allowable compression stress, psi
E, = modulus of elasticity, steel, psi
E, = modulus of elasticity, concrete, psi
n = modular ratio, steel-concrete

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1. Fabricated weight: Total weight as fabricated in the shop.
2. Shipping weight: Fabrication weight plus any weight added for shipping