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ACI 318-14 development Code necessities for Structural Concrete and Commentary
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A sleeve or plug and the expansion is controlled by the length of travel of the sleeve or plug. 2 illustrates the potential hole orientations for horizontal or upwardly inclined anchors. Fig. 1––Types of anchors. Fig. 2––Possible orientations of overhead, upwardly inclined, or horizontal anchors. 2 32 BUILDING CODE REQUIREMENTS FOR STRUCTURAL CONCRETE (ACI 318-14) AND COMMENTARY (ACI 318R-14) CODE COMMENTARY anchor group—a number of similar anchors having approximately equal effective embedment depths with spacing s between adjacent anchors such that the projected areas overlap.
Structural wall, ordinary plain concrete—a wall complying with Chapter 14. 5. 11. strut—compression member in a strut-and-tie model representing the resultant of a parallel or a fan-shaped compression field. strut, bottle-shaped—strut that is wider at mid-length than at its ends. strut-and-tie model—truss model of a member or of a D-region in such a member, made up of struts and ties connected at nodes and capable of transferring the factored loads to the supports or to adjacent B-regions. tendon—in post-tensioned members, a tendon is a complete assembly consisting of anchorages, prestressing reinforcement, and sheathing with coating for unbonded applications or ducts filled with grout for bonded applications.
Post-tensioning—method of prestressing in which prestressing reinforcement is tensioned after concrete has hardened. precompressed tension zone—portion of a prestressed member where flexural tension, calculated using gross section properties, would occur under service loads if the prestress force was not present. pretensioning—method of prestressing in which prestressing reinforcement is tensioned before concrete is cast. projected area—area on the free surface of the concrete member that is used to represent the greater base of the assumed rectilinear failure surface.