SP-017(11): The Reinforced Concrete Design Manual Volume 2

SP-017(11): The Reinforced Concrete Design Manual Volume 2

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This manual is published in two volumes. Volume 2 includes design and analysis for a new chapter on anchorage to concrete in accordance with ACI 318-11. Information is presented in three sections: Explanatory Material, Design Examples, and Design Aids. The Introduction of each chapter includes explanatory material that provides the engineer with concise background of the subject. Volume 1 (available separately) includes design and analysis for columns, flexure, footings, seismic, shear, and two new chapters on deflection and strut-and-tie.

Document Details

Publication Year: 2017

Pages: 201.00

ISBN: 9780870318887

Categories: Anchors, Design

Formats: Protected PDF/Web View

Table of Contents

Chapter 9—Anchoring to concrete

9.1—Introduction.

9.2—Materials

9.3—Design assumptions

9.4—Loads on anchors

9.4.1—Tension

9.4.2—Shear

9.4.3—Interaction

9.5—Discussion on anchors resisting tension

9.5.1—Steel strength

9.5.2—Concrete breakout strength

9.5.3—Pullout strength

9.5.4—Concrete side-face blowout strength.

9.5.5—Bond strength of adhesive anchor

9.6—Discussion on anchors resisting shear

9.6.1—Steel strength.

9.6.2—Concrete breakout strength

9.6.3—Concrete pryout strength

9.6.4—Shear parallel to the edge

9.6.5—Shear strength at a corner

9.7—Limitations on installation geometry

References 7

9.8—Anchorage examples

Anchorage Example 1: Baseplate anchors not subjected to shear force or tension

Anchorage Example 2: Cast-in headed anchor in Seismic Design Category D, subjected to tension only

Anchorage Example 3: Post-installed expansion anchor in Seismic Design Category B, subjected to tension force only

Anchorage Example 4: Post-installed adhesive anchor in Seismic Design Category B, subjected to tension force only

Anchorage Example 5: Cast-in headed anchor in Seismic Design Category A, subjected to shear

Anchorage Example 6: Post-installed expansion anchor in Seismic Design Category A, subjected to shear

Anchorage Example 7: Post-installed adhesive anchor in Seismic Design Category A, subjected to shear

Anchorage Example 8: Cast-in hex-headed anchor in Seismic Design Category A, resisting tension and shear forces

Anchorage Example 9: Cast-in hooked anchor in Seismic Design Category A, resisting tension and shear forces

Anchorage Example 10: Post-installed expansion anchor in Seismic Design Category A, resisting tension

and shear forces

Anchorage Example 11: Post-installed adhesive anchor in Seismic Design Category A, resisting tension

and shear force

Anchorage Example 12: Group of cast-in studs in Seismic Design Category A, resisting a concentric tensile force

Anchorage Example 13: Group of post-installed adhesive anchors in Seismic Design Category A, resisting

a concentric tensile force

Anchorage Example 14: Cast-in group of studs subjected to shear force and moment

Anchorage Example 15: Post-installed adhesive group of anchors subjected to shear and moment

Anchorage Example 16: Cast-in studs resisting tension force applied eccentrically to the two axes of symmetry

Anchorage Example 17: Post-installed adhesive anchors resisting tension force having double eccentricity

Anchorage Example 18: Cast-in column anchors resisting tension and shear forces

Anchorage Example 19: Post-installed adhesive column anchors resisting tension and shear forces

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