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Unformatted text preview: FPA-SC-14-0 Comments on the Post-Tensioning Institute's "Design of Post-Tensioned Slabs-on-Ground" 3 rd Edition 28 Jun 06 Issued for Website Publication Foundation Performance Association - Structural Committee Page 1 of 48 C OMMENTS ON THE P OST-T ENSIONING I NSTITUTE ' S "D ESIGN OF P OST-T ENSIONED S LABS- ON-G ROUND " 3 RD E DITION by The Structural Committee of The Foundation Performance Association Houston, Texas www.foundati onperformance.org Document # FPA-SC-14-0 ISSUE HISTORY (Initial issue and issues outside the Structural Committee) Rev # Date Description Subcommittee Chair Subcommittee Members A 26 May 05 Issued for Committee Review EE 29 Apr 06 Issued for FPA Peer Review FF 21 Jun 06 Review of FPA Comments 0 28 Jun 06 Issued for Publication Nicole Wylie Mari Mes Lowell Brumley Ron Kelm Michael Skoller Jim Austin Mohamed Moussaoui FPA-SC-14-0 Comments on the Post-Tensioning Institute's "Design of Post-Tensioned Slabs-on-Ground" 3 rd Edition 28 Jun 06 Issued for Website Publication Foundation Performance Association - Structural Committee Page 2 of 48 P REFACE This document was written by the Structural Committee and has been peer reviewed by the Foundation Performance Association (FPA). This document is published as FPA-SC-14 Revision 0 and is made freely available to the public at www.foundationperformance.org so all may have access to the information. To ensure this document remains as current as possible, it may be periodically updated under the same document number but with higher revision numbers such as 1, 2, etc. The Structural Committee is a permanent committee of the Foundation Performance Association. At the time of writing this document, Ron Kelm, P.E., chaired the Structural Committee and 20 to 25 members were active on the committee. The committee sanctioned this paper March 2004 and formed a subcommittee to write the document. The subcommittee chair and members are listed on the cover sheet of this document. Suggestions for improvement of this document may be directed to the current chair of the Structural Committee. If sufficient comments are received to warrant a revision, the committee will form a new subcommittee to revise this document. If the revised document successfully passes FPA peer review, it will be published on the FPA website and the previous revision will be removed. This document was written specifically for use in designs based upon the Post-Tensioning Institute (PTI) Design Procedure for designing post-tensioned slabs-on-ground. The intended audiences for the use of this document are members of PTI's Slab-on-Ground Committee as well as engineers and others involved in the design of foundations for residential and other low-rise structures....
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This note was uploaded on 11/24/2010 for the course STRUCTURAL 1 taught by Professor 2 during the Spring '10 term at Indian Institute of Technology, Roorkee.

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