<1> Record Analysis Results. Record the
dynamic load shown at the top of the
screen in column (e) of the Safevue
Analysis worksheet (see Appendix B for all
worksheets). In column (f) of the
worksheet, mark whether the cross-section
passed or failed. For a cross-section that
passes, enter the minimum bite in column
(g). Press the `C' and "Enter" keys to
continue. Proceed to <2>.
<2> Record Maximum Capacity. When
Safevue displays the Safevue Control
Menu, select G, "Find MAXIMUM
CAPACITY" and record the dynamic load
shown at the top of the screen in column
(h) of the Safevue Analysis worksheet.
Press the `C' and "Enter" keys to continue.
Proceed to <3>.
<3> Did Cross-Section Fail? If the cross-
section failed, proceed to <4> to modify
plates and layers. For a cross-section that
passed, proceed to <5>.
<4> Modify Cross-Section to Avoid Failure.
Refer to paragraph C.16.2, Modifying a
Cross-Section to Avoid Failure, for
guidance on increasing the cross-section
thickness. Return to Figure C-13.
<5> Calculate Load Ratio. From the Safevue
Analysis worksheet, divide the maximum
capacity in column (h) by the dynamic
Load Ratio Greater
load in column (f) and enter the result in
the column (i). Proceed to <6>.
<6> Is Load Ratio Greater Than 1.2? If the
load ratio in column (i) of the Safevue
Analysis worksheet is greater than 1.2,
proceed to <7> to modify the cross-
section's layers and plates. Otherwise,
return to Figure C-13.
<7> Modify Cross-Section to Avoid
Overdesign. Refer to paragraph C.16.3,
Modifying a Cross-Section to Avoid
Overdesign, for guidance on decreasing
the thickness of a cross-section. Return to
Process Chart and Description: Results Analysis Procedure
The following information is
required for results analysis: