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RE: Sill bolts on metal decking question.

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Thanks much'  my question was more related too; if I don't place steel 
beams below shear walls except at holdown locations is it practical to 
drill in post installed anchors into the concrete slab ?  Preferably at the 
 lowest flute areas of the decking.

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Andrew, Joe
That good idea
but don't put the load on the flange
the rod should bolted to 3 inch SQ. plate between two stiff. welded to the
web All uplift or down load transfer to the web good luck nw

On Mar 5, 2014, at 5:49 AM, Andrew Kester <akester74(--nospam--at)gmail.com> wrote:

> Joe,
> What about having the steel fabricator pre-drill holes in the top
> flanges, more than you may need for some field adjustments, and then
> placing all-thread rods once the deck is in place (for uplift force
> transfer into the steel beams)?  Have the rods protrude above the
> finished floor and then place concrete around them. If you want an
> uplift only connection, you could cast a small sleeve and then place
> the tension rod through the sleeve to avoid shear/bearing from the rod to
the slab.
> This would involve only having to drill/punch holes through the steel
> deck from underneath once the deck is in place.
> 

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