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  • 51:43
    • 1 chapter
    Rebar 201: Designing Post-Installed Reinforcement for Development

    Adhesive systems must be qualified for recognition under the International Building Code (IBC), and for use with the anchoring to concrete provisions of the American Concrete Institute (ACI) Building Code Requirements for Structural Concrete (ACI 318). The International Code Council-Evaluation Service (ICC-ES) Acceptance Criteria for Post-Installed Adhesive Anchors in Concrete…

  • 57:00
    • 1 chapter
    Anchor 201: Evaluation of Factors that Affect Bond Stress

    This presentation will discuss the required design parameters by ACI, explain how their influence on the performance of adhesive anchors is addressed in testing and design, and demonstrate execution of design calculations through a hand calculation and through the use of design software.

  • 47:58
    • 1 chapter
    Decking 202: Design Methodology For Penetrations Through Composite Deck

    Composite decks offer an economical and efficient solution for creating floor slabs on a variety of projects. Along with structural and non-structural considerations, all decks require penetrations for services. The methods for creating these penetrations can affect the structural integrity of the deck. This presentation will examine the applications and…

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    • 5 chapters
    Anchor 206: Base Plate Design

    The presentation will define why a base plate is essential for maintaining structural integrity. It will then discuss two alternate ways to design and analyze base plates. The conventional code based, and AISC approved Design Guide 1 method, and secondly an alternate Finite Element Analysis based non-linear methodology for the…

  • 55:40
    • 9 chapters
    Green Building 101: Product Contribution for Sustainable Design

    Green Building has become a huge topic of discussion among architects, designers and engineers in recent years. With the number of Green Building projects doubling every 3 years it is only growing in importance. Join us for this webinar where we will provide an overview of green building trends, the…

  • 40:13
    • 7 chapters
    Anchor 204: Anchoring to Concrete-Over-Metal-Deck

    The presentation will explain how post-installed mechanical anchors can be designed for installation into concrete that has been placed over metal deck. An overview of concrete-over-metal-deck fastening applications, and the code provisions that are relevant to designing post-installed mechanical anchors for these applications will be given. We will then provide…

  • 45:10
    • 6 chapters
    Anchor 205: Anchoring to Masonry

    The presentation will explain how post-installed anchors can be designed for installation into masonry. An overview of masonry fastening applications, and the code provisions that are relevant to designing post-installed anchors for these applications will be given. Explanations will be given on how to perform tension and shear calculations using…

  • 58:43
    • 9 chapters
    Anchor 203: Factored Loads in the Context of Anchor Design

    This presentation will provide a very general overview of how factored loads are utilized in structural design, and in the design of concrete anchorages. Factored load functionality in Hilti’s PROFIS Engineering software will be presented to illustrate how factored loads are used to design anchorages in concrete.

  • 1:10:12
    • 4 chapters
    Anchor 202: Integrating Software into Anchor Design

    There are various means and methods to approach anchoring application calculations. The purpose of this presentation is to provide an overview of these means and methods, which include hand calculations, load tables, and anchor design software. The primary focus of the course will be the execution of two design examples…

  • 59:14
    • 5 chapters
    Firestop 201-C: Code Requirements Related to Firestopping - Canada Specific

    The National Building Code of Canada, and the Provincial codes, which are all based on the NBCC, include requirements for firestopping that are often perceived as confusing. This is partly due to the fact that the requirements are distributed across multiple sections of the code, rather than in one dedicated…