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Title: UBC 97 Anchorage to Concrete
What specific ACI procedure are you refering to? 318-95, 99, 02, 347?
 
Javier Encinas
Encinas & Associates
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Sent: Tuesday, November 05, 2002 8:15 PM
Subject: RE: UBC 97 Anchorage to Concrete

You may also consider following the ACI procedure.  It is much more thorough in the treatment of edge distances.  I know it is not part of the UBC, but I can't see anyone having a serious disagreement with using it.
 
Jake Watson, P.E.
Salt Lake City, UT
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From: Chan, David [mailto:DCHAN(--nospam--at)ladpw.org]
Sent: Tuesday, November 05, 2002 3:48 PM
To: seaint(--nospam--at)seaint.org
Subject: UBC 97 Anchorage to Concrete

I am getting a difference in opinion on the calculation of Ap in UBC 97 Section 1923 Anchorage to Concrete and would like the list's opinion.  For discussion sake, assume a 24"x24" block of concrete in plan with an anchor bolt located 3 inches from the south and west edges and embedded 12 inches.  Is the area Ap equal to a circle with a 3 inch radius (corresponding to 3 inch edge distance)?  or is it equal to the overlapping area of a 12 in. diameter circle and the block of concrete (a circle with two sides cut off)?  I personally believe it is the latter, as it represents a more realistic pullout cone.

David
Los Angeles