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Joints in steel frames In April Mr Denis Wall queried the detailing of knee joints in portal frames, with reference to the BCSA publication, Details of single-bay single-storey portal frame sheds. Mr L. H. Lewis of Banstead, Surrey, has now provided us with the following commentary: If we consider the column alone, with the rafter removed, and we replace the rafter with the forces it imposes on the column, we have the arrangement shown in Fig 1. Verulam