## 14-Solved problem 5-7 for block shear.

A Solved problem 5-7 for block shear for which several modes of failures are inspected and the final block shear strength will give the least value.

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A Solved problem 5-7 for block shear for which several modes of failures are inspected and the final block shear strength will give the least value.

Introduction to block shear and coped beams, why we need to use coped beams,? what are the different names for the cut in a coped beam, the cases for UBS?.

block shear for a C-Channel-2/2. In the post, we continue to estimate the gross areas for shear and finally get the ultimate load.

A Solved problem 4-6-P-ult with block shear. It is required to check the adequacy of a given C channel bolted to a plate against a given ultimate load.

Solved problem 4-4, how to check the adequacy of a channel connected to a gusset plate under a given tension load? first case neglecting block shear.

What is the recommended L/r slenderness ration? introduction to block shear and how to derive the expression?

2 solved problems for a single angle connected to a gusset plate, first by bolts and second problem by welds. How to determine the effective net area?

Solved problem 4-2 for shear lag factor U, for a welded angle to a gusset plate, Weld details, and section of angle is given.

A solved problem 3-6 for determining the LRFD and ASD tensile design strength for W section, the shear lag is discussed through the solved problem 3-6.

Definition of the effective area for tension members, and why we use it for estimation of the net area? what is shear lag and how we estimate the factor U?