Spreadsheets: Steel beam to column bolted connections

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Where can I find the downloads please? Can someone send them to my email-adres?


Thanks a bunch!!

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Can anyone mail me the link aswell ? 




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thanks for sharing.

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On 7/29/2013 at 2:27 PM, marincu_alex said:


I have posted some spreadsheets for the design of bolted beam to column connections according to EN1993-1-8. I would be glad if you will use them and inform me of any errors. And also if you have some suggestions please tell me. The spreadsheets are now in moderation queue, but I hope they will be available soon.

Can anyone tell me where can i download the spreadsheet?  I really cannot find it. Appreciate someone can guide me my email address is

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On 7/11/2017 at 1:09 PM, hanya said:

thanks for sharing.

Where is the spreadsheet?

Please mail me, if you have the spreadsheet to

Thank you in advance.

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