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ais Share buttons are a little bit lower. Published by Ivy Stoney Modified over 3 years ago. Varma University Copyright, Amit H. Specification for design of steel structures for safety-related nuclear facilities AISC TC12 — established ad-hoc sub-committee for modular composite construction First Meeting Nov. Check that applicable requirements of Section N9. Are the requirements of N9. Appendix N9 is not applicable. Refer to Commentary for alternate methods No Yes Continue.
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Check spacing of shear connectors using Section N9. Provide structural integrity using ties Check tie spacing using Section N9. Check tie spacing in regions around openings using Section N9. Classify ties as yielding or nonyielding using Section N9.
Ties contribute to out-of-plane shear strength of SC walls according to Section N9. Model openings aixc Section N9. Model flexural and shear stiffness of SC walls using Section N9.
Loading due to accidental thermal conditions will be as per Section N9. Model second-order effects using Section N9. Perform LEFE analysis to calculate design demands and required strengths. Identify interior and connection regions using Section N9. Available uniaxial tensile strength using Section N9. Calculate connection required strength for each demand type in accordance with Section N9. Check SC wall design for impactive and impulsive loads in accordance with Section N9.
Analysis Requirements and Recommendations Module 3: Shear Connectors, Local buckling Composite Action. Design Interaction equations for combined forces and moments Module 5: All slides and discussion notes from meeting below: May First major submission for review: July Finalization of DG: Previous Conclusions Concrete will continue to be a dominant construction material Reinforced concrete must crack in order for reinforcing to work lower.