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Dear Mark,

   The requirement for temperature steel governs
so. I would use #4 at 9" each way.

   My 2 cents worth.

   ALEX C. NACIONALES, C.E.
   Iloilo City, Philippines



Mark D. Baker wrote:

> I've been lurking for a while but now have a
> head scratcher to post.
>
> Consider the following scenario:
>
> Flexural steel requirement for a shotcrete
> wall yields #4 @ 18" o.c.
> Temp. steel req. yields #4 @ 9" o.c.
>
> Would you install #4 @ 18" flexural & #4 @ 9
> temp. or...
> install #4 @ 9" each way.
>
> Maybe I should detail #4 @ 18 flexural and #4
> @ 9 temp.  just to see if
> the contractor calls to ask if the orientation
> is shown properly on the
> drawings :)
>
> Mark
>
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