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Title: 364.4T-10: Determining the Load Capacity of a Structure When As-Built Drawings are Unavailable (TechNote)
Author(s): ACI Committee 364
Publication: Technical Documents
Appears on pages(s): 3
Keywords: foundation capacity; gravity and lateral loads; investigation program; load capacity; load testing; material properties; structural configuration; visual examination.
Abstract:Note: 364.4T-10 is available in PDF format, however, physical copies of this document with official ACI covers can be purchased for the cost of the PDF document(s) plus a service fee to produce the physical copy(s).
This TechNote provides an answer to the question, "How can the load capacity of a structure be determined when as-built structural drawings are not available?
TechNotes are a committee document that are narrowly focused, single-topic guides, usually practice oriented, that present a specific direction on a particular issue. ACI committee documents (including TechNotes) are reviewed and approved by ACI's Technical Activities Committee.
Note: 364.4T-10 is available in PDF format, however, physical copies of this document with official ACI covers can be purchased for the cost of the PDF document(s) plus a service fee to produce the physical copy(s).