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The authors note that current design methods (ACI and concrete capacity design [CCD]) overpredicted the pullout capacity as governed by concrete. Get this from a library! Code requirements for nuclear safety related concrete structures: ACI and commentary, ACI R [American Concrete. Reduced stress area calculation for anchorages in shallow members using equation () (ACI , ): Ac = projected area for limited depth = (a + 2hef.

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Concrete cone is one of the failure modes of anchors in concreteloaded by a tensile force. The tension failure loads predicted by the CCD method fits experimental results over a wide range of embedment depth e. Concrete capacity design Subject Areas: Please enter the message. Advanced Search Find a Library. Different modification factors were proposed in technical literature. A user-friendly, highly transparent model for the design of post-installed steel anchors or cast-in-place headed studs or bolts, termed the concrete capacity design CCD approach, is presented.

English View all editions and formats Rating: Please re-enter recipient e-mail address es. Find a library where document is available. Anchors ; Models Subject Areas: Anchors In Concrete Structures. Nuclear facilities — Design and construction — Standards. Similar Items Related Subjects: Test results showed that pullout capacities of the anchors were not significantly affected by the addition of steel fibers into the concrete.



This page was last edited on 15 Sciat With the addition of steel fibers, however, the damage on concrete was significantly reduced. Create lists, bibliographies and reviews: Your Web browser is not enabled for JavaScript.

This article reports on a study of the load-deflection behavior of adhesive and grouted anchors embedded in both plain and steel fiber-reinforced normal- and high-strength concretes. Privacy Policy Terms and Conditions. Concrete; Filing Info Accession Number: Bridges and other structures; Design; Highways; Adi The use of anchors for attachments of structural members to concrete come in two general categories: View all subjects More like this Similar Items.

For large head size, the bearing pressure in the bearing zone diminishes. Home About Help Search. Some features of WorldCat will not be available. The use of both ack to predict the concrete failure load of fastenings in uncracked concrete under monotonic loading for important applications is compared.

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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Variables included single anchors away from and close to the edge, anchor groups, tension loading, and shear loading. Subjects Concrete construction — Standards — United States.

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By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. Grouted anchors of 16 mm diameter were tested at 80,and mm embedment depths. On the other hand, depending on the application in question, the predictions of ACI are sometimes unconservative and sometimes conservative. International Journal of Fracture. However, formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or study.

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