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- To: jmpember(--nospam--at)softcom.net
- Subject: Re: tilt-up concrete walls
- From: engrathm(--nospam--at)ix.netcom.com
- Date: Thu, 26 Mar 1998 16:36:07 -0600 (CST)
- Cc: seaoc(--nospam--at)seaoc.org
On 03/25/98 21:20:06 you wrote: > >Does anyone know of a good resource for formula >derivation for the allowable axial load and bending moment >in tilt-up concrete walls? I have several seminar reference >guides with "idiot" tables giving Pult with a specified >data. Interpolation is required for intermediate values and >can be time consuming. I figured I would simply create a >spread sheet that could derive these ultimate loads but not >been able to find the required equations. Because these walls >are so slender, the standard concrete column formulas are >inadequate. (even these exact formulas are difficult to find >for the different rebar layouts) >I'm assuming the formula uses something more than just a >moment magnifier as used in long columns, but I could be >wrong. > >Mark Pemberton, P. E. > > > > > There was an organization called "The Concrete Tilt - Up Institute" they put out a manual at one time that had the various formulas used in the design of the panels. You were expected to do them by longhand at that time. If I find the manual I'll get you the number or maybe someone else will know of them or their successor. Robert W. Stevens, Jr., P.E.
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