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| Standard Number:||1926.451(a)(1); 1926.451(a)(6); 1926.451(c)(1)(ii); 1926.451(c)(1)(iii); 1926.451(c)(3)|
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P = 21,000 psi x 3.14 (.148 )(.148)/4 = 360 poundsThe above calculation for the masonry wire indicates that the wire would not support a typical load. Remember too that often the weakest link in the (tie-in bracing) system is the eyelets or the attachment points at the end of the wire. The eyelets, which are weaker than the wire, failed before the wire.
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