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The International Concrete Abstracts Portal is an ACI led collaboration with leading technical organizations from within the international concrete industry and offers the most comprehensive collection of published concrete abstracts.
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September 1, 1987
E. Cziesielski and M. Friedmann
Forces are frequently transferred across the joints between precast reinforced concrete members through anchorages composed of embedded steel plates and concrete anchors. The purpose of this paper is to present the results of an investigation into problem
Tony C. Liu and Terence C. Holland
The paper presents the results of laboratory and field dowel pullout tests and shear transfer tests. These tests were conducted to evaluate the pullout performance of dowels and the influence of dowel spacing on the load-carrying capacity of the replaceme
Edwin G. Burdett, Teresa C. Perry, and Raymond R. Funk
Tests were performed on undercut anchors to determine their capacity under various combinations of static and dynamic loading. The anchors were set in holes that had been undercut or belled out by a second drilling operation. In the process of setting an
H. Bode and K. Roik
During the last years, additional pullout tests have been carried out at Bochum University in West Germany with headed studs loaded in pure tension or combined tension and shear and then embedded in normal-weight concrete. From these tests, empirical desi
Neil M. Hawkins
Results are reported of tests to failure in either shear or tension of 27 cast-in-place anchor bolts. Variables included bolt size, embedment depth, thickness, and diameter of washers inserted beneath bolt heads, size of concrete specimen, and concrete st
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