1

11/16

11/8

1. All values are in in.

2. Values are for temperatures up to 500'F.

3. Top value is for full vacuum, lower value is half vacuum.

4. Values are for carbon or low-alloy steel (Fy> 30,000 psi) based on Figure 2-1 g.

Notes:

1. All values are in in.

2. Values are for temperatures up to 500'F.

3. Top value is for full vacuum, lower value is half vacuum.

4. Values are for carbon or low-alloy steel (Fy> 30,000 psi) based on Figure 2-1 g.

Table 2-1 b

Moment of Inertia of Bar Stiffeners

Table 2-1 b

Moment of Inertia of Bar Stiffeners

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