Calculate the aisc lrfd strength criteria, Civil Engineering

Check if the given beam and loading satisfy the AISC LRFD strength criteria. The beam section is a W 16*31 of A36 steel and it is laterally supported at the ends at the load points Include the beam self weight check both unbraced spans

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For A 36 steel, fy =36ksi
W 16X31 A=9.13Sx=47.2, Zx=54, Ix=375, Iy=12.4, rts=1.42, h0=15.5, J=0.461, Cw=739
Lp=4.13 Lr=11.8

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