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See also Clause 7. A23.33-04 may be exceeded if camber is provided so that total deflection minus camber does not exceed the limit.
Auxiliary members usually act jointly with the shell.
Boundary elements do not necessarily require an increase in wall thickness. Regions of members near openings may be designed using the strut-and-tie model see Clause Canadian Standards Association 2 Reference publications, definitions, symbols, and standard notation and calculations 2.
Project MUSE Mission Project MUSE promotes the creation and dissemination of essential humanities and social science resources through collaboration with libraries, publishers, and scholars worldwide. A continuously wound tie should also have seismic hooks at each end.
It is possible that Table 9. Limited copies of this document in print or paper form may be distributed only to persons who are authorized by CSA to have such copies, and only if this Ca Notice appears on each such copy. Read, highlight, and take notes, across web, tablet, and phone.
If you do not agree with any of the terms and conditions contained in this Legal Notice, you may not load or use this document or make any copies of the contents hereof, and if you do make such copies, you are required to destroy them immediately. Canadian Standards Association Pile — an elongated structural element drilled or driven into the ground for supporting loads by end bearing, friction, or both.
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In lieu of more accurate calculations, the value calculated from Equation a23.3-044 be doubled. A closed tie can be made up of several reinforcing elements with seismic hooks at each end.
N newtons ; c length: Engineers will find it a valuable and concise reference which complements the standards and other engineering tools for their daily tasks.
Canadian Standards Association — All rights reserved. Connection — a region that joins two or more members, of which one or more is precast. This can be accomplished by post-tensioning or pretensioning.
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However, Vs shall not be taken as greater than Vf. Auxiliary member — a rib or edge beam that serves to strengthen, stiffen, or support the shell. Maximum spacing limits for transverse reinforcement in columns of ductile frames have been changed. Students will use it as a textbook on reinforced concrete structures presented in an original and easy-to-use format.
Canadian Standards Association Design of concrete structures J. Moderately ductile moment-resisting frame — a moment-resisting frame that complies with Clauses New requirements for the design of squat walls have been added in Clause Buy This Book in Print. Canadian Standards Association 9. Using an original csx, the authors present the subject matter as clearly and effectively Ties or spirals, if used, shall be placed not more than mm from the point of the bend.
Footing — a shallow structural element that transfers loads from the superstructure to the bearing strata soil or rock. Design according to CSA A Built on the Johns Hopkins University Campus. Such tests shall simulate the effects of differential settlement, ca, shrinkage, and temperature change based on a realistic assessment of such effects occurring in service.
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Annex D deals with anchors cast into the concrete or post-installed into hardened concrete. If the modulus of elasticity is critical to the design, a minimum value of Ec shall be specified and shown on the drawings.
Tendon — a steel element such as a a23.-04, bar, or strand, or a bundle of such elements, that is used to impart prestress to concrete and complies with Clause 3. It includes requirements for compression flanges for assemblies of interconnected walls.