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2 in. The ratio of the concrete to base plate area is unity; Fy of the base plate is 36 ksi and f ′c of the concrete is 4 ksi. Pu = 376 kips/14 in. 9 kips/in. k. q= LRFD Pa = 260 kips/14 in. 6 kips/in. k. q= 5. Determine minimum plate thickness. 47 in. m= 1. Compute the required strength. 6(160) = 376 kips ASD ASD Pa = 100 + 160 = 260 kips Ma = 250 + 400 = 650 kip-in. 6(400) = 940 kip-in. LRFD 2. Choose trial base plate size. fp = The base plate dimension N × B should be large enough for the installation of four anchor rods, as required by OSHA.

2 in. 5. Select 25-in. embedment for anchors. 4. Determine bearing length, Y. 50) = 14 in. , respectively. 7 in. 2 in. The ratio of the concrete to base plate area is unity; Fy of the base plate is 36 ksi and f ′c of the concrete is 4 ksi. Pu = 376 kips/14 in. 9 kips/in. k. q= LRFD Pa = 260 kips/14 in. 6 kips/in. k. q= 5. Determine minimum plate thickness. 47 in. m= 1. Compute the required strength. 6(160) = 376 kips ASD ASD Pa = 100 + 160 = 260 kips Ma = 250 + 400 = 650 kip-in. 6(400) = 940 kip-in.

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