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Page 1.1 [| CONNECTION DETAIL e DESCHIPTIGN RESTRAINT CLASSIFICATION {ANGLE SEAT CONNECTION Eithor: F- CLEAT TO WEB ro Or P- Partial section restraint to beam ‘Mimdive (non-rigid floor) If cleat away from Full section restraint to beam if cleat close to critical flange Column pesto ot crtical flange cleat i F~ Full section restraint to beam (rigid = floor) I cleat away from critical Beam flange Ange seat 2, ANGLE SEAT CONNECTION GLEAT TO FLANGE Column F - Full section restraint to beam mS Angie seat . BEARING PAD CONNECTION FULL DEPTH END PLATE ro Column r Full section restraint to beam Beam ‘4. BEARING PAD CONNECTION PARTIAL DEPTH END PLATE FS P_ - Partial section restrain! to beam (non | —<—— rig floor) ‘Column F - Full section restraint to beam (rigid i Beam floor) | NOTATION: Clauses 5.42 & 5.5 of NZS 3404 CF Criteal flange F -Full section restraint L-Lateral restraint to critical flange - Partial ection roetraint U_ Unrasteained Fig. 1.4 Restraint At Beam to Column Connections NOTE: In connection details 1 and 4, a rigid floor is eg. a concrete slab; a non-rigid floor is eg. a timber floor Py Page 1.2 CONNECTION DETAIL & DESCRIPTION RESTRAINT CLASSIFICATION 5, FLEXIBLE END PLATE BEAM TO COLUMN, Either: F - Fullsoction restraint to boar (end plate at GF) BEAM TO COLUNIN. |x N Column | =x7 17. BEAM CONNECTED TO COLUMN THROUGH CAP PLATE. NO LOAD BEARING STIFFENERS. Column || ls. BEAM CONNECTED TO COLUMN THROUGH GAP PLATE, LOAD BEARING STIFFENERS, | 7 Beam CF, ] Or P ~ Partial section restraint to beam (for non-rigid floor and Column ff Beam Beam | end plate away from OF) 7 F - Full section restraint to beam (for rigid floor and end plate away from CF) 6. ANGLE CLEAT OR WEB PLATE GLEAT OR WEB PLATE HIGH:- AS CLOSE ‘AS PRACTICAL TO CF F + Fullsection restraint to beam ‘CLEATOR WEB PLATE LOW ON BEAM P. ~ Pariol section resirain to beam (nan rigid floor) F ~ Fullsection restraint to beam (fcid floo:) FOR BEAM GF - Top flange = Restianttype = (see section 2.3.1) CF. Bottom flange = Hosteaint ype = F FOR COLUMN If beam is part of a structural system with inherent overall lateral stability, CF . Both flanges = Restraint type = P; Otherwise U- colurnn flanges unrestrained FOR BEAM CF - Top lange = Restraint type = F OF - Bottom flange = Restraint type - F FOR COLUMN i boam i part of a stuctural system with inhoront overall lateral siabilly, CF - Both flanges = Restrant type = F Otherwise U - column flanges unrestrained F -Fullecction restraint —L. Laterel restraint to eriteal flango P- Partial ined jon tostraint U- Uni Fig. 1.2 Restraint At Beam - Column Connections NOTE: — Inconnection details 5 and 6, a rigid floor is eg. a concrete slab; a non- rigid floor is eg, a timber floor Page 1.3 CONNECTION DETAIL & DESCRIPTION RESTRAINT CLASSIFICATION 9, FLEXIBLE END PLATE BEAM TO BEAM. Secondary beam Kos VE ee | ! | — tain voam FOR MAIN BEAM:- CF EITHER FLANGE P_ ~ Partial saction restraint to main beam from secondary beam provided dg 20.5 din otherwise P to top flange, U to bottom flange FOR SECONDARY BEAM:- SINGLE WEB COPE, GF EITHER FLANGE P - Partial esction restraint te secondary beam ‘rom main beam 40, ANGLE CLEAT OR WEB PLATE BEAM TO BEAM . FOR MAIN BEAM:- CF EITHER FLANGE F Full section restraint io main beam from secondary beam provided d > 0.5 dr, otherwise F to top flange, P to bottom flange FOR SECONDARY BEAM: SINGLE WES COPE, CF EITHER FLANGE P= Partial section restraint to secondary beam from main beam 11. SECONDARY BEAM SEATED ON MAIN BEAM. NO LOAD BEARING STIFFENERS ‘Secondary beam | rt |= ——— main bean FOR SECONDARY BEAM CF- Top flange = Restraint ype CF- Bottom flange = Restraint type = F FOR MAIN BEAM: CF- Top flange =Rastraint type = F CF- Bottom flange = Restraint type = P (assuming secondary beam Is. sti (see section 2.3.2 herein), which will typically be the case) 12, SECONDARY BEAM SEATED ON MAIN BEAM. LOAD BEARING STIFFENERS ‘Secondary beam \ Load bearing stffenere Main boam FOR SECONDARY BEAM: F ~ Full soction restraint FOR MAIN BEAM:- CF - Top flange = Restraint typo = CF + Bottom flange = Restraint type = F (assuming secondary beam is tif, which will typically be the case, and connection between beams has the required moment capaci to resist the restraint-induced moment) NOTATION: Clauses 5.4.2 & 5.501 NZS 2404 OF - Griteal tange F- Full section restraint L.- Lateral restraint to crtical flange P - Partial section restraint U - Unrestained Fig. 1.3 Restraint At Beam - Beam Connections