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- From: Richard Calvert <RichardC(--nospam--at)lbbe.com>
- Date: Wed, 24 Feb 2010 16:32:05 -0500
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I have a project that requires the use of cantilevered bolts (to clear a façade that the contractor wont remove/rework)
They will be attached via drill and epoxy to a concrete beam that is 6” from the application of load.
How do I design a drill and epoxy situation for an embedded pole type bending force?
I’m thinking that I would figure the design shear the same way that I would find the max stress on a weld – f = 6M/(L^2), where L would be the embedment in this case, and use f+V as my design shear just as I would for a normal non-cantilevered bolt. Does this sound correct, or does anyone know of a more appropriate method?
Any other potential issues?
Richard Calvert, EIT
Lindemann Bentzon Bojack
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