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Building an airplane hangar in central KS

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2/12 slope
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Structural Engineer: StructuralEng, Consultant replied 10 months ago
What exactly is the beams supporting? What is the length of the other roof framing and is it perpendicular or parallel?
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Customer reply replied 10 months ago
8 inch roof perlims and 29 gauge roof panels. Perpendicular to the ibeam
Structural Engineer: StructuralEng, Consultant replied 10 months ago
What is the length of the purlins and what is the city and state so I can look at snow loading?
You will need to ensure that removing this much wall is acceptable from a lateral stability standpoint.
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Customer reply replied 10 months ago
The purlins are 20 foot, the spacing of the I beams. The building is in Salina ks.
Customer reply replied 10 months ago
I don't understand what you mean by removing this much wall....
Customer reply replied 10 months ago
Are you still working on this?
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Yes.

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Structural Engineer: StructuralEng, Consultant replied 10 months ago

You can plan for a W30x116 beam ASTM A992 Gr. 50

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