The ACI Code ACI for modifications of some of the detailing;. (vi) The China Code GB in some respects of detailing. Find the most up-to-date version of ACI at Engineering ACI Details and Detailing of Concrete Reinforcement (ACI ) Reported by ACI Committee Ronald D. Flach Chairman Michael.
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3315-80 When multiple layers of unusually heavy reinforc- ceed an average spacing of 4 ft mm in each direction. Sufficient information shall be presented on the structural drawings and in the project specifications to allow detailing of bars at splices and embedment locations without referencing back to the code.
The detailer units, which generally consist of building components, such must show number, mark, and size of members; number, size, as footings, walls, columns, each floor, and roof. These special seismic details are, in principle, applicable to flexural frame members and frame members subjected 315-800 both bending and axial load in regions of high seismic risk.
The regular tag is often consumed in the galvanizing process, leaving the metal tag for permanent identification. Reinforcing bars for foundations, piers, abutments, wing walls, and slabs are usually shown on plan, section, or elevation views.
SP-066(04): ACI Detailing Manual-2004
Skip to main content. Not more than four bars can be grouped into one bundle. University of South Australia Library. Spirals are also 315–80 in piles, but these do not fall drawn wire conforming to ASTM A 82 or Aare also within ACI M definition of a spiral and are usually considered concrete reinforcement within this definition.
Requirements for placing drawings are in Part B, addressed to the detailer. Choose Product Language English.
Regions of high earthquake risk correspond to Zones 3 sci 4, regions of moderate earthquake risk to Zone 2, and low or no risk in Zone 1 in the Uniform Building Code.
Continuously wound, reinforcing steel in the form of a circular helix not meeting ACI M definition of a spiral may be used in these structures as tie reinforcement. Reinforcing are fully encased in concrete, as when hooks turn outward into shallow slabs. For any offset between column faces less than 3 in.
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For a discussion of bar support spacing, see Section 5. To lap splice is shown in Fig. Bars are grouped separately on the bar list as fol- one plane unless classified as light bending or special lows: This applies regardless of differences in bar sizes. Cutting of coated bars in the field—This practice is not amounts of transverse reinforcement can be used. Other places where it is not possible or desirable to ex- one-plane radius bending with more than one radius in tend the reinforcing steel continuously through a joint.
Guide for the use of s For further tolerance information, see ACI A 6db 6db 19, 22, 25 chart of such standard bar bends is shown in Fig. Hoops at a maximum spacing not exceeding one-quarter of the minimum column dimension and 4 in. Zinccoated tie wire or nonmetallic coated tie wire should be used. The slope of the inclined portion shall not exceed tolerances and Section 4.
A bundle is defined as a group of parallel bars bundled in contact to act as a unit. Vertical bars from the column below, terminated for any reason, are cut off within 3 in.
University of South Australia. Where stub spirals are used, they must be attached to the main spiral for shipment or fully identified by mark numbers. If the structure is sufficiently large, a separate drawing and reinforcing steel list is usually made for each unit.
Section 1 defines responsibilities for architects, engineers, and detailers and establishes standards of practice for both structural and placing drawings. Therefore, design notes, such as No.