ACI 355.3R-11 Guide for Design of Anchorage to Concrete

ACI 355.3R-11 Guide for Design of Anchorage to Concrete

ACI 355.3R-11 Guide for Design of Anchorage to Concrete

ACI 355.3R-11 Guide for Design of Anchorage to Concrete Examples Using ACI 318 Appendix D, This guide presents worked examples using the design provisions in ACI 318 Appendix D. Not all conditions are covered in these examples.

ACI 355.3R-11 Guide for Design of Anchorage to Concrete, The essentials of direct tension, direct shear, combined tension and shear, and the common situation of eccentric shear, as in a bracket or corbel, are presented.
Keywords: anchorage combined tension and shear; design examples; eccentric shear; embedded bolts; headed-stud anchors; post-installed anchors; shear; tension.

Contents of ACI 355.3R-11 Guide for Design of Anchorage to Concrete
Chapter 1—Introduction, p. 2
1.1—Introduction
1.2—Discussion on design example problems
1.3—Commentary on seismic requirements for Appendix D of ACI 318-02 and ACI 318-05
1.4—Commentary on seismic requirements for Appendix D of ACI 318-08
1.5—Commentary on notation and definitions for Appendix D ACI 318-08
1.6—Anchor designs featured in example problems
Chapter 2—Notation and definitions, p. 4
2.1—Notation
2.2—Definitions
Chapter 3—ACI 318-05 Appendix D (reprinted),p. 7
Chapter 4—Design examples, p. 35
4.1—Example 1: Single headed anchor away from edges subjected to seismic tension
4.2—Example 2: Single hooked anchor away from edges subjected to seismic tension
4.3—Example 3: Single post-installed anchor in tension away from edges
4.4—Example 4: Group of headed studs in tension near an edge
4.5—Example 5: Single headed bolt in shear near an edge
4.6—Example 6: Single headed bolt in tension and shear near an edge
4.7—Example 7: Single post-installed anchor in tension and shear near an edge
4.8—Example 8: Group of cast-in anchors in tension and shear with two free edges and supplemental reinforcement
4.9—Example 9: Group of headed studs in tension near an edge with eccentricity
4.10—Example 10: Multiple headed anchor connection subjected to moment and shear
4.11—Example 11: Multiple post-installed anchor connection subjected to seismic moment and shear
4.12—Example 12: Multiple headed anchor connection subjected to seismic moment and shear
4.13—Example 13: Group of tension anchors on a pier with shear lug
Chapter 5—References, p. 118
5.1—Referenced standards and reports
5.2—Cited references

Appendix A—Tables, p. 119 ACI 355.3R-11 Guide for Design of Anchorage to Concrete
Table A.1—Materials for headed anchors and threaded rods
Table A.2(a)—Bearing area (Abrg) for cast-in anchors,threaded rod with nuts, and threaded rods
with nuts and washers
Table A.2(b)—Dimensional properties of bolts and studs for determining bearing area (Abrg)
Table A.2(c)—Dimensional properties of nuts for determining bearing area (Abrg)
Table A.3—Sample data for a post-installed, torquecontrolled mechanical expansion anchor
Table A.4—Sample data for a post-installed, undercut anchor

ACI 355.3R-11 Guide for Design of Anchorage to Concrete
Author: ACI Committee 355
Year of Publication: 2011
Number of Pages: 124 Pages

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