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Re: ASD vs. LRFD

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This is essentially the same.  Some of the verbiage and notation appears to
have been clarified, but the intent is still based on a "pull-out" cone
model.  The effective area aspect is for groups of anchors spaced closely
together and thereby behaving as a single failure group.

I find section 1923 to be rational and straight forward.

Paul Feather

----- Original Message -----
From: Chris Palmateer <chrisp(--nospam--at)vlmk.com>
To: <seaint(--nospam--at)seaint.org>
Sent: Tuesday, June 22, 1999 10:21 AM
Subject: RE: ASD vs. LRFD


> Has anyone taken a look at Section 1923 yet.  The "pull out cone" no
longer
> applies.  Now the calc is based on the "effective area".  This area is
> defined as the projection of the cone onto the surface.  "For an anchor
> which is perpendicular to the surface from which it protrudes , the
> effective area is a circle."
>
> Time to revise the "standards" I guess.
>