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ACI 318-14 construction Code specifications for Structural Concrete and Commentary
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Prestressed reinforcement in external tendons is also considered reinforcement. reinforcement, anchor—reinforcement used to transfer the design load from the anchors into the structural member. one-way construction—Joists, beams, girders, and some slabs and foundations are considered one-way construction. reinforcement, bonded prestressed—pretensioned reinforcement or prestressed reinforcement in a bonded tendon. 7, excluding plain wire. reinforcement, nonprestressed—bonded reinforcement that is not prestressed.
Effective embedment depth—Effective embedment depths for a variety of anchor types are shown in Fig. 1. headed deformed bars—deformed bars with heads attached at one or both ends. five percent fractile—The determination of the coefficient K05 associated with the 5 percent fractile, x – K05ss depends on the number of tests, n, used to calculate the sample mean, x , and sample standard deviation, ss. 568 for n = 10. 4. headed deformed bars—The bearing area of a headed deformed bar is, for the most part, perpendicular to the bar axis.
Cover, specified concrete—distance between the outermost surface of embedded reinforcement and the closest outer surface of the concrete. crosstie—a continuous reinforcing bar having a seismic hook at one end and a hook not less than 90 degrees with at least a 6db extension at the other end. The hooks shall engage peripheral longitudinal bars. The 90-degree hooks of two successive crossties engaging the same longitudinal bars shall be alternated end for end. D-region—portion of a member within a distance h of a force discontinuity or a geometric discontinuity.
ACI 318-14 Building Code Requirements for Structural Concrete and Commentary by ACI committee 318