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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
Frank G. Schwarz
The paper discusses the results of a test program comprised of 60 tensile tests of wedge-type expansion anchors installed in uncracked concrete. Typical anchor performance is analyzed during the installation, intermediate loading, and ultimate failure sta
The behavior of metallic expansion anchors under monotonic loading is described on the basis of a large number of available test results. Expansion anchors loaded in tension will often fail in a rather brittle manner by pulling out a concrete cone. The co
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
L. D. Noble, M. J. Meyer, and G. L. Koci
Present nuclear power plant design methods require that Seismic Category I pipe supports consider plate flexibility in determining the loading of expansion anchor bolts. Base plate flexibility has been determined to cause significant unequal loading when
Editor: Gerard B. Hasselwander
Designers and contractors will find the knowledge contained in Anchorage to Concrete invaluable for choosing the proper anchors for specific applications. A compilation of 15 symposium papers, this ACI publication will explore the various problems, and give insight into the latest solutions in this often neglected aspect of concrete construction. Presenting the various anchorage system alternatives, this state-of-the-art publication includes such topics as: anchor bolts in reinforced concrete foundations, dowels for anchoring new concrete facing to existing lock walls, strength and behavior of single cast-in-place anchor bolts subject to tension, headed studs, theoretical considerations on loadbearing behavior of expansion anchors, and transverse load capacity of multi-dowel anchorages in concrete.
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