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Building Code Requirements for Structural Concrete (ACI ) and Commentary. First Printing. August ISBN American Concrete. The technical committees responsible for ACI committee reports and standards strive to avoid ambiguities, omissions, and errors in these documents. In spite of. ACI supersedes ACI , was adopted August 29, , and published The technical committees responsible for ACI committee reports and .
Novak Gustavo J. Related titles. T compliance with the construction docu- ments. Thus, Section 5. Analysis and R ity.
There are A requirement to include secondary moments very significant organizational as well as technical was rightly included in the ACI section code developments changes between ACI and ACI Since secondary moments are a and announcements changes: Part 1 STRUCTURE, April significant consideration in member design even described the organizational changes, and this when moments are not redistributed, they should be Part is devoted to the technical changes.
Also, the effects of reactions induced by prestressing include more than just secondary moments. Thus, Section 5. E In view of the effort involved in the complete load effects due to reactions induced by prestressing reorganization of ACI , the initial expec- with a load factor of 1.
R tation was that the number of technical changes slabs, Section 7.
However, it slabs, effects of reactions induced by prestressing. U did not end up that way. ACI contains shall be considered ht in accordance with 5. T a number of significant technical changes, with Cop Sections 8.
C Significant Changes between larly been added to Chapter 1 — General. This section tells the respectively. Technical Changes. Chapter 6 By S. Ghosh, Ph. The added provisions are not moment frames, special structural walls, or both.
The new chapter on Diaphragms Chapter 4 — Structural System Requirements and Collectors makes an explicit reference to the This new chapter contains sections on: Materials, use of FEA.
Ghosh is President, S. The section on Construction and minimum bonded reinforcement in slabs with Provisions.
He can be reached Inspection, for instance, refers to Chapter ACI does not have specific requirements area of bonded tendons is considered effective concerning sustainability and fire resistance.
The in controlling cracking. Figure 1. The changes are in to a value of two or less. North Carolina State University. The new confinement joint reinforcement providing requirements will be the subject of a equivalent confinement to the top Chapter 12 — Diaphragms separate paper in a subsequent issue of face of the joint.
ACI New Structures by a diagonal compression strut Zealand earthquakes of Figure 3. Category SDC D.
ACI Section Knee joint with headed beam reinforcement. ACI of safety. The new chapter applies to for headed longitudinal reinforcement clear spacing in such joints to be the design of nonprestressed and prestressed within joints. Earthquake Resistant transverse reinforcement confines E-Defense full-scale reinforced Structures. The minimum reinforcement requirements provides more effective confinement the beam reinforcement shall be of 9.
ACI has. Figure 2. The diaphragms may be cast. This led directly to the inclusion in the regions of potential plastic hinging i n Section Joint well as performance observed in the are found in Chapter Compression strut in joint Figure 3. The topping may be composite or requires special consideration.
Bending of hooks into a joint. The new requirements also recognize the fact bars. A simple.
R effective. Out-of-plane buckling failures over New Commentary Section ACI now requires R reinforcement buckling were at times requirements for Exposure Classes F1 and F3 that all prestressing reinforcement be located observed at wall boundaries. Design requirements unit upon arrival on site. Figure 5. These changes will also be the subject of a in the construction documents.
R partial story heights were also observed. Chapter 19 — Concrete: Design and defined the yield strength of reinforcement Section The Concrete by Exposure Class is now Table Critical section for two-way shear around discontinued punching shear reinforcement adapted from ACI Figures R For reinforcement without a sharply defined selected to minimize bo.
If the licensed design prestressed member. The 3-inch mini- for Permeability are now W0 and The stress in prestressing steel at the stage of mum requirement now applies to standard W1 W for contact with Water strength. The cementitious materials in the tension zone for Eq. This definition reinforcement shall also be considered. Wall have changed. Definition of yield strength of high-strength reinforcement. ACI forcement or single.
Cagley Ned M. Cleland W. Cook Charles W. Dolan Anthony E.
Fiorato Catherine E. French Robert J. Frosch Luis E. Garcia Brian C. Gerber S. Ghosh David P. Gustafson James R.
Harris Terence C. Jirsa Dominic J. Kelly Gary J. Lobo Paul F. Mlakar Jack P. Moehle Lawrence C. Novak Gustavo J. Parra-Montesinos David M. Rogowsky David H. Sanders Guillermo Santana Thomas C.
Schaeffer Stephen J. Seguirant Andrew W. Taylor James K. Wight Sharon L. Wood Loring A. Wyllie Jr.
Bertero Allan P. Bommer John F. Bonacci Patricio Bonelli Sergio F. Browning Nicholas J. Carino David Darwin Jeffrey J. Dragovich Kenneth J. Elwood Lisa R.