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Title: Advanced Topics in Anchorage to Concrete - Christchurch
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Abstract:To order copies of NZCS conference and seminar publications, please complete the order form below and return with your payment to the NZCS, PO Box 12, Beachlands, Auckland 2147: Technical Papers -Order Form 20101 Introduction and Overview of Anchor Systems (Rolf Eligehausen) Review of the Concrete Capacity (CC) Method for Design (John Silva) Design according to ACI 318-05 Appendix D (John Silva) Extension of CC Method to Bonded Anchors and Post-Installed Rebar (Rolf Eligehausen) Design for Seismic Loading (Rolf Eligehausen) Design for Adverse Conditions (Corrosion, Fire) (John Silva) International Regulations (Rolf Eligehausen) APPENDIX A: Seismic Design Requirements for Anchor Bolts – A Fresh Perspective (J Silva, R Eligehausen and M S Hoehler) APPENDIX B: ACI-318 Specification on CC Method (ACI-318-05 Appendix D – this paper courtesy of the American Concrete Institute) APPENDIX C: Behaviour of Fasteners Loaded in Tension in Cracked Reinforced Concrete (ACI Structural Journal, Vol 92, No. 3, May-June 1995 – this paper courtesy of the American Concrete Institute) APPENDIX D: Concrete Capacity Design (CCD) Approach for Fastening to Concrete (ACI Structural Journal, Vol 92, No. 1, Jan-Feb 1995 – this paper courtesy of the American Concrete Institute)
New Zealand Concrete Society, International Partner Access.
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