Calculations Of AISC Bolting Design

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This Specification covers the design of bolted joints and the installation and
inspection of the assemblies of fastener components the use
of alternative-design fasteners as permitted and alternative
washer-type indicating devices as permittedThis Specification relates only to those aspects of the connected
materials that bear upon the performance of the fastener components. The
Symbols, Glossary and Appendices are a part of this Specification.
*Design for Strength Using Load and Resistance Factor Design (LRFD)
*Design for Strength Using Allowable Strength Design (ASD)
•	Designed as flexible connections
•	Connections are assumed to be free to rotate
•	Vertical shear forces are the primary forces transferred by the connection
•	Require a separate bracing system for lateral stability
        *A plate is welded to the supporting member and bolted to the web of the supported beam
The in-plane pair of legs are attached to the web of the supported beam and the out-of-plane pair of legs 
to the flange or web of the supporting member The new ASTM specification F1852 refers to the fasteners frequently referred to as tension control, TC, twist-off,
or torque-and-snap fasteners. High-Strength bolts range in diameter from ½ to 1 ½ in. For bolts larger than
1 ½ in the AISC allows the use of ASTM A449 provided that they are not used in slip-critical connections.
b) Unfinished Bolts