Overview of the differences between anchor and rebar theory and the elements involved in the design provisions, including the applications, failure modes and limitations for each.
This presentation will explain how reinforcing bars can be designed in accordance with the development and splice provisions of the American Concrete Institute ACI 318, "Building Code Requirements for Structural Concrete", and post-installed using an adhesive system qualified per the provisions of the ICC-ES Acceptance Criteria AC308.
Explanation of the evolution of post-installed reinforcing bar code acceptance and how adhesive systems are qualified per the AC308 test program.
This section will elaborate on how ICC-ES Evaluation Reports can help the designer verify that a product is suitable for an application.
Steps to consider in order to help ensure that the contractor installs the adhesive system properly. This includes locating rebar in the concrete as well as selecting the proper drilling method, among...
Proper text to include in design specifications to help the contractor with correct product selection and installation on site.
Resources to help your rebar design easy, including the Hilti Design Center and PROFIS Rebar software.