Ch. 8 – Development of the Reinforcement

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Unformatted text preview: 1 Ch. 8 Slide Ch. 8 Development of the Reinforcement Reading: Section 8-3: Simplified Tension-Development Length Equations (pp. 363-366) Section 8-4: Hooked Anchorages (pp. 368-369) Section 8-7: Bar Cutoffs and Development of Bars in Flexural Members (pp. 380-388) Problems: Examples 8-3 and 8-4 2 Ch. 8 Slide Concept of Development Length of a Bar in Tension e When the bar yields then l d = l 3 Ch. 8 Slide Factors Affecting the Development Length of a Bar In Tension Bar size d b Concrete tensile strength Concrete density Depth of fresh concrete cast below the bar Proximity of bar to the side of the element Bar-to-bar spacing Clamping force provided by the transverse reinforcement Fig. 8-8 The larger the bar diameter, the longer its development length Splitting cracks are associated with the tensile strength of concrete Bars embedded in lower density concrete require a longer length to develop Free water in the mix accumulated below top bars, locally the...
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