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The PCA Notes on 318-08 has several tables based on concrete/steel strength 
 if you can get your hands on a copy Dick Roberts

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Subject: [SEAINT-SEAOSC] Basic Anchorage Capacity

Does anyone have a basic table for anchorage strength of bolts or rebars in 
 concrete? shear capacity would be great too.

Thanks

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