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RE: Design of Anchorage to Concrete

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Bill is right.  You need to provide that minimum 4d edge distance.  This
minimum is also to prevent a side blowout failure at the head of the bolt
due to the tension load.

Ed Haninger
Fluor Daniel
Aliso Viejo, CA




                                                                                                                   
                    "Bill Polhemus"                                                                                
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Doesn't matter; the edge distance is still an influence. See ACI 318-02
App. D.
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 The edge distance of 4 diameters is only in the shear section.  I will
 account for
 the pullout loss of shear cone by a reduction factor.





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