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???? 01/10/2009 A.ASME The American Society of Mechanical Engineers' website has an interesting section on Practical Details: Civil Engineering - Foundations and Steel Connection Design. According to the site: A.ASME members around the globe have been successful in designing steel connections using MIDOS, software originally developed by the CEI. The MIDOS software is available through a group called Steel Connection International (SCI). SCI also provides a service where the engineering and design of steel connections can be performed by a member of the engineering team. Although the software is not free, the service is available for a nominal fee and includes standard engineering and design of steel connections. The fact that the commercial software was originally developed by the CEI should put to rest the myth that commercial software is necessarily more reliable than open source software. The article continues by pointing out that the software can be used by the uninformed who are not familiar with steel connections. A.ASME can be used to design a wide variety of steel connections, including: plate and tie connections, flanged connections, splice connections, bolted connections and welded connections. For any design to be considered suitable, it must be shown that the existing design will be able to support the load without failure, will not crack under cyclic load and will be able to undergo the design temperature range. Steel connections can be used as long as the service temperature is less than 2200°F (1200°C). The website concludes by stating that: Any design should be thoroughly checked before installation. On the surface, this would seem to be good advice. But a careful reading of the "designing" language leads me to believe that the ASME website is instructing its readers on how to design a particular type of connection, not what type of design should be considered. The above passage is a common theme among the many comments I have seen on the web that either support or criticize the use of the cemented connection for thermostatically controlled valves. This is not the case. The "long is strong" philosophy of a cemented connection has been around for more than a hundred years. Early piping systems were made of cast iron, and cast iron is much stronger than steel. The cast iron piping system was designed to transfer the weight of the entire building to the casting and not to the piping. Cast iron piping has a very high ductility, meaning that it can be easily



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