Structural Engineers Association of Arizona
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Post-Installed Reinforcing Bar Design: Anchor or Reinforcement?
Description: The use of reinforcing bars post-installed with an adhesive system is a common design and construction application. Recent revisions to the ICC-ES Acceptance Criteria for Post-Installed Adhesive Anchors in Concrete Elements (AC308) have made it possible for an adhesive system to be approved for post-installing reinforcing bars per the development and splice provisions of the American Concrete Institute Building Code Requirements for Structural Concrete (ACI 318). Therefore, adhesive systems qualified per the provisions of AC308 can now be used with post-installed reinforcing bars designed and installed per the anchoring-to-concrete provisions of ACI 318, and per the development and splice provisions of ACI 318. This presentation will explain the differences between post-installed reinforcing bars designed per ACI 318 anchoring-to-concrete provisions and per ACI 318 development and splice provisions.
This course is approved through NCSEA Diamond Review for 1.0 PDH
Wednesday, January 18th at 11 AM CDT
Thursday, January 19th at 2 PM CDT
For more infomation or questions contact:
Adam Boucher Field Engineer – Arizona, New Mexico, and El Paso, TX Hilti North America
M 480-381-1045 Adam.Boucher@hilti.com
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