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- Subject: RE: ACI Chapt. 22
- From: "Jerry Coombs" <jdcengr(--nospam--at)verizon.net>
- Date: Wed, 18 Mar 2009 10:55:48 -0500
If this is a residential basement, you might check ACI 332, Residential Concrete. It may offer a slightly different, simpler approach.
Jerry D. Coombs, P.E.
From: Richard Calvert [mailto:RichardC(--nospam--at)lbbe.com]
Sent: Tuesday, March 17, 2009 1:41 PM
Subject: ACI Chapt. 22
I’m trying to check a plain (unreinforced) concrete basement wall for a large point load. In Chapter 22 of the ACI-05 there appear to be two ways to approach this. The seemingly obvious approach is with Eq. 22-14 – but when considering the soil pressure and backing into the resultant vector, it does not occur within the middle-third of the wall, as required by section 22.6.3. Is this what it being stated by this section? So my next step is to use the equations per 22.5.3, as instructed in 22.6.3. but I find that the use of A1 instead of Ag gives a much lower allowable compression. The use of A1 in the context of a wall doesn’t make much sense to me. Is it acceptable to use Ag ILO of A1 in this case?
In other words, is the correct calculation:
Richard Calvert, EIT
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