EXAMPLE:

Find the maximum wale spacing if the uniform load is 1,560 pounds per linear foot and the

studs are 2 x 6 inches.

23 inches

covered in step 9. The solution to this problem is found at the end of the lesson. Find the

maximum wale spacing if the uniform load is 581 pounds per linear foot and the studs are 2 x

4 inches.

A.

19

B.

22

C.

24

D.

27

the maximum concrete pressure (step 6) by the maximum wale spacing (step 9). The ULW is

measured in pounds per linear foot. Compute as follows:

Use the actual concrete pressure, not the adjusted value that was used to obtain the

wale spacing (step 9).

Carry out the answer to two decimal places.

EXAMPLE:

Determine the ULW if the maximum concrete pressure is 550 psf and the maximum wale

spacing is 20 inches.

covered in step 10. The solution to this problem is found at the end of the lesson. Determine

the ULW if the maximum concrete pressure is 350 psf and the maximum wale spacing is 26

inches.

A.

350.83

B.

758.33

C.

780.53

D.

810.66

the results of steps 11 and 12 to select the maximum allowable tie-wire spacing. Determine

the tie-wire spacing based on the wale size by using *Table 4 *and the following procedures.

The sizes at the top of the table refer to the wale material being used. The table is divided

into two halves--single-wale members are located on the left and double-wale members are

located on the right.

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