FRP-Load-Bearing-ICC-ES-22-26a - Page 3

Page 3 of 3 22-26 TABLE 1—ALLOWABLE LOADS POLY-CLASSIC COLUMNS Eccentric Loadings Columns Type and Nominal Size (in) 1 Maximum Lenth (ft-in) Allowable Load (lbf) Concentric 2 6 - Round 8 - 0 6000 / 4 6000 8 - Round 10 - 0 10000 1 5 / 8 6600 5 Maximum “e” (in) 3 3 Allowable Load (lbf) 10 - Round 12 - 0 14000 2 / 8 10720 12 - Round 16 - 0 18000 3- 3 / 8 13200 14 - Round 16 - 0 20000 4 11520 16 - Round 20 - 0 20000 4 1 / 4 13200 1 18 - Round 24 - 0 20000 4 / 4 9040 20 - Round 20 - 0 20000 4 1 / 4 18960 24 - Round 20 - 0 20000 4 1 / 4 13200 8 - Round non-tapered 10 - 0 10000 2 1 / 8 8240 10 - Round non-tapered 10 - 0 14000 3 11520 12 - Round non-tapered 12 - 0 18000 4 1 / 8 11520 14 - Round non-tapered 14 - 0 20000 5 18120 6 × 6 Square 10 - 0 6000 1 1 / 4 6000 1 8 × 8 Square 10 - 0 10000 2 / 4 10000 10 × 10 Square 10 - 0 12800 3 1 / 4 12800 18000 1 17320 12 × 12 Square 16 - 0 4 / 4 SI Units: 1 inch = 25mm; 1 lbf = 4.45 N Notes to Table 1: 1. Round columns include plain and fluted. 2. For the concentric loads, the column shall be installed with a bearing top plate which symmetrically distributes the load across the entire cross-section of the column. 3. Maximum "e" (in) is eccentricity measured from the centerline of the top of the column. The eccentric load simulated a nominal 4-inch (102 mm) wide wood beam (3 1 / 2 -inch (89 mm) actual width) bearing on a top plate offset at the top end.