Uplift loads have been increased for earthquake or wind loading with no further increase allowed. Reduce where other loads govern.
Downloads shall be reduced where limited by allowable loads of the post.
CC uplift loads do not apply to splice conditions.
Splice conditions with CCs must be detailed by the Designer to transfer tension loads between spliced members by means other than the column cap.
Column sides are assumed to be aligned in the same vertical plane as the beam sides. CC4.62 models assume a minimum 3 1/2"-wide post.
Structural composite lumber columns have sides that show either the wide face or the edges of the lumber strands/veneers known as the narrow face. Values in the tables reflect installation into the wide face. See technical bulletin T-C-SCLCLM for load reductions resulting from narrow-face installations.
Beam depth must be at least as tall as H1.
CCO and ECCO welded to a steel column will achieve maximum load listed for the beam and the post cap as CC and ECC. The steel column width shall match the beam width. Weld by designer.
All references to bolts are for structural quality through bolts (not lag screws or carriage bolts) equal to or better than ASTM A307, Grade A.