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- To: "'seaoc(--nospam--at)seaoc.org'" <seaoc(--nospam--at)seaoc.org>
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- From: "Lee, Calvin" <CAL(--nospam--at)syseng.ci.portland.or.us>
- Date: Fri, 26 Jun 1998 08:18:26 -0700
If you think of it as a structural slab turned vertical, then you can use ACI 318 10.5.3 > -----Original Message----- > From: aamir(--nospam--at)aa.lhr-com.net [SMTP:aamir(--nospam--at)aa.lhr-com.net] > Sent: Friday, June 26, 1998 12:02 PM > To: seaoc(--nospam--at)seaoc.org > Subject: Re: temp steel > > > Yes Alex, you are very right.As for minimum steel, temperature > steel requirement if gives more steel than calculated flexural steel > it is to be provided and not the calculated flexural > reinforcement. Aamir Mahmood Pakistan > 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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