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Embedment Length of Dowels
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Re: Embedment Length of Dowels By  CCSE

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3/9/2001 9:53:00 AM

I don?t think there are any standard method of calculation ( formula or equation) for development length in rebars embedded in epoxy. Different product have their own allowable value for tension force when used with difference type of materials. You can find more information from ICBO approval ES-4285 and 5424 for reinforcing steel. Engineer can do calculation based on the actual tension force needed in rebars and compare with allowable with value from approval table. Is this information that you are looking for?


   

Re: Embedment Length of Dowels By  CCSE

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3/9/2001 9:53:00 AM

I don?t think there are any standard method of calculation ( formula or equation) for development length in rebars embedded in epoxy. Different product have their own allowable value for tension force when used with difference type of materials. You can find more information from ICBO approval ES-4285 and 5424 for reinforcing steel. Engineer can do calculation based on the actual tension force needed in rebars and compare with allowable with value from approval table. Is this information that you are looking for?


   

Re: Embedment Length of Dowels By  Carlos Alfredo Ortiz, PE

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3/9/2001 9:57:00 AM

[QUOTE]Originally posted by CCSE:
[b]I don?t think there are any standard method of calculation ( formula or equation) for development length in rebars embedded in epoxy. Different product have their own allowable value for tension force when used with difference type of materials. You can find more information from ICBO approval ES-4285 and 5424 for reinforcing steel. Engineer can do calculation based on the actual tension force needed in rebars and compare with allowable with value from approval table. Is this information that you are looking for?[/b][/QUOTE]

I thank you very much for your reply. Indeed that is the information I was looking for. Right after I posted this question I did a small search and came up with some load tables as you describe provided by Simpson Strong Tie Anchor Systems, with very good information. Once again, I thank you for taking the time and answering my inquiry.


   

Re: Embedment Length of Dowels By  Carlos Alfredo Ortiz, PE

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3/9/2001 9:57:00 AM

[QUOTE]Originally posted by CCSE:
[b]I don?t think there are any standard method of calculation ( formula or equation) for development length in rebars embedded in epoxy. Different product have their own allowable value for tension force when used with difference type of materials. You can find more information from ICBO approval ES-4285 and 5424 for reinforcing steel. Engineer can do calculation based on the actual tension force needed in rebars and compare with allowable with value from approval table. Is this information that you are looking for?[/b][/QUOTE]

I thank you very much for your reply. Indeed that is the information I was looking for. Right after I posted this question I did a small search and came up with some load tables as you describe provided by Simpson Strong Tie Anchor Systems, with very good information. Once again, I thank you for taking the time and answering my inquiry.


   

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