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- To: seaint(--nospam--at)seaint.org
- Subject: Re: Foundation A.B. Capacity
- From: Jake Watson <jwatson(--nospam--at)inconnect.com>
- Date: Wed, 21 Jul 1999 18:15:47 -0600
Thanks for everyones help. I guess the bottom line is ignore CH 19 division III if I can't develop a full shear cone or am using long A.B.'s. That was ultimalty what was recomended to me in my office as well. As suggested the best approach appears to be using the rebar development equations in ACI 318, they are much more explicit and allow for a much greater array of conditions. Again, Thanks for the help. Jake Watson, E.I.T. Salt Lake City P.S. in repsonce to: > Sure, here's some suggestions. First, I can tell that you have been in > school a lot more recently than I have, and that you are both observant and > uninhibited in reporting on what you see. Splendid. We need much more of this. I must admit to being a little green, and I have never been accused of being shy. So I will be happy to raise these issues here. Where else can I pick the brain of 15,000 engineers?
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