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Simply double-click the downloaded file to install it. You can choose your language settings from within the program. Hi all, I am designing a laterally braced, unlined steel stack and need a little help. The stack is to be a constant diameter of 4.
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1 member likes this thread! I am designing a laterally braced, unlined steel stack and need a little help. 4″ plate and will not be lined. Please see attached screen shot for layout of bracing.
The top two braces are for lateral support only whereas the bottom brace location can be used for both lateral support and vertical support if need be. I only have two pieces of reference material and they are The Structural Engineering Handbook and the ASME STS-1 – 2006. Where I am struggling, is with the multiple brace points and how that effects the design as far as crosswind loads and vortex shedding is concerned. Do I determine an equivalent static force perpendicular to the wind direction accounting for the vortex shedding of each segment or eliminate this all together? Would this be the same for ovaling?