4.3.4 Joint Eccentricity
There are no eccentricities larger than 20 percent of the smallest column plan dimension between girder and column centerlines.
For conforming buildings, the evaluator may consider this condition as mitigated, and no calculations are necessary. The deficiency is in the strength of the frame, either the members or the joints or both. Evaluate the frames considering the additional shear stresses caused by the joint torsion.