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ACI detailing manual-2004 / ACI Committee 315, Details of concrete reinforcement.

By: American Concrete Institute. ACI.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Publisher: Detroit: American Concrete Institute, 2004Description: 212 p.: il. mapas.; 29 cm.Subject(s): CONCRETO REFORZADO -- MANUALES -- MANUALES, GUÍAS, ETC | DIBUJO DE ESTRUCTURAS -- MANUALES, GUÍAS, ETCDDC classification: 624.18341
Contents:
DETAILS AND DETAILING OF CONCRETE REINFORCEMENT (315-99) Part A—Responsibilities of the architect/engineer Chapter 1—Structural drawings, p. 315-2 1.1—General 1.2—Drawing standards 1.3—Structural drawings—Buildings and other structures 1.4—Structural drawings—Highway and transportation structures Chapter 2—Standards of practice, p. 315-3 2.1—General 2.2—Tolerances 2.3—Bar lengths 2.4—Hooks and bends 2.5—Beams and girders 2.6—Columns 2.7—Development and splices of reinforcing steel 2.8—Joint details 2.9—Reinforcing steel supports 2.10—Special details for seismic design of frames, joints, walls, diaphragms, and two-way slabs 2.11—Corrosion-resistant coatings for reinforcing steel Part B—Responsibilities of the detailer Chapter 3—Placing drawings, p. 315-10 3.1—Definition 3.2—Scope 3.3—Procedure 3.4—Drawing standards 3.5—Building drawings 3.6—Highway drawings 3.7—Detailing to fabricating standards Chapter 4—Fabricating practice standards, p. 315-15 4.1—Fabrication 4.2—Extras 4.3—Tolerances Chapter 5—Supports for reinforcing steel, p. 315-16 5.1—General 5.2—Types of bar supports 5.3—Side form spacers and beam bolsters 5.4—Placing reinforcing steel supports Chapter 6—Computer-assisted detailing, p. 315-16 6.1—Use of computers in detailing 6.2—Placing drawings 6.3—Ordering procedures Chapter 7—Recommended practices for location of bars designated only by size/spacing, p. 315-17 Chapter 8—Glossary, p. 315-17 Chapter 9—References, p. 315-18 9.1—Reference standards 9.2—Cited references MANUAL OF STRUCTURAL AND PLACING DRAWINGS FOR REINFORCED CONCRETE STRUCTURES (ACI 315R-04) S-1—Foundations (Structural Drawing) ........................... 48 P-1—Foundations (Placing Drawing)............................... 50 P-1A—Foundations (Placing Drawing)............................ 52 S-2—Columns (Structural Drawing) ................................ 54 P-2—Columns (Placing Drawing) .................................... 56 S-3—One-Way Concrete Joist Floor (Structural Drawing) .................................................. 58 P-3—One-Way Concrete Joist Floor (Placing Drawing) . 60 S-4—Flat Slab Floor (Structural Drawing)....................... 62 P-4—Flat Slab Floor (Placing Drawing) .......................... 64 S-5—Flat Plate Slab Floor (Structural Drawing).............. 66 P-5—Flat Plate Slab Floor (Placing Drawing................... 68 S-6—Beam and Girder Framing (Structural Drawing)..... 70 P-6—Beam and Girder Framing (Placing Drawing) ........ 72 SP-7A—Slipform Concrete Walls (Combined Structural-Placing Drawing ....................................... 74 SP-7B—Slipform Concrete Walls (Combined Structural-Placing Drawing ....................................... 76 S-8—Turbine Pedestal (Structural Drawing).................... 78 P-8—Turbine Pedestal (Placing Drawing) ....................... 80 S-9—Foundations—CAD Generated (Structural Drawing) .................................................. 82 P-9—Foundations—Cad Generated (Placing Drawing)...................................................... 84 S-10—Seismic Frame Beams, Flat Plate Floor (Structural Drawing) .................................................. 86 P-10—Seismic Frame Beams, Flat Plate Floor (Placing Drawing)...................................................... 88 TYPICAL DRAWINGS FOR HIGHWAY STRUCTURES H-1—Slab Bridge—General............................................. 92 H-1A—Slab Bridge Abutment Details ............................. 94 H-1B—Slab Bridgebent Details........................................ 96 H-1C—Slab Bridge Deck Slab and Parapet Details ......... 98 H-2—Precast AASHTO I-Beam Sections—General ..... 100 H-2A—Precast AASHTO I-Beam Sections— Reinforcing Steel ..................................................... 102 H-2B—Precast AASHTO I-Beam Sections—Pretensioned Strands (40 to 55 ft Spans)....................................... 104 H-2C—Precast AASHTO I-Beam Sections—Pretensioned Strands (60 to 80 ft Spans)....................................... 106 H-2D—Precast AASHTO I-Beam Sections—Pretensioned Strands (90 to 120 ft Spans)..................................... 108 H-2E—Precast AASHTO I-Beam Sections—Post-Tensioned Strands (60 to 90 ft Spans) ..................... 110 H-2F—Precast AASHTO I-Beam Sections—Post-Tensioned Strands (90 to 120 ft Spans) ................... 112 H-3—Precast/Prestressed Concrete I-Beam Bridge—General ...................................................... 114 H-3A—Precast/Prestressed Concrete I-Beam Bridge— Abutment Details ..................................................... 116 H-3B—Precast/Prestressed Concrete I-Beam Bridge— Bent Details.............................................................. 118 H-3C—Precast/Prestressed Concrete I-Beam Bridge— Framing Plan and Deck Slab Details ....................... 120 H-3D—Precast/Prestressed Concrete I-Beam Bridge— Beam Details ............................................................ 122 H-3E—Precast/Prestressed Concrete I-Beam Bridge— Approach Slab and Reinforcing Steel Schedule ...... 124 H-4—Rolled Beam Bridge—General ............................. 126 H-4A—Rolled Beam Bridge—Abutment Details........... 128 H-4B—Rolled Beam Bridge—Bent Details ................... 130 H-4C—Rolled Beam Bridge Deck—Slab Details .......... 132 H-5—Precast Pretensioned Box Sections—General....... 134 H-5A—Precast Pretensioned Box Sections—Details ..... 136 H-6—Post-Tensioned Concrete Box Girder Bridge—General ...................................................... 138 H-6A—Post-Tensioned Concrete Box Girder Bridge—Abutment Details....................................... 140 H-6B—Post-Tensioned Concrete Box Girder— Bridgebent Details.................................................... 142 H-6C—Post-Tensioned Concrete Box Girder Bridge— Girder Details ........................................................... 144 H-6D—Post-Tensioned Concrete Box Girder—Slab and Girder Reinforcement........................................ 146 H-6E—Post-Tensioned Concrete Box Girder Bridge— Miscellaneous Details .............................................. 148 H-6F—Post-Tensioned Concrete Box Girder Bridge— Approach Slab.......................................................... 150 HE-7—Box Culvert (Structural Drawing) ...................... 152 HP-7—Culvert (Placing Drawing).................................. 154 H-8—Cantilevered Retaining Wall—Type 1 (1200 to 9100 mm Heights).................................................... 156 H-8A—Cantilevered Retaining Wall—Type 1 (9700 to 10,900 mm Heights)................................................. 158 H-8B—Cantilevered Retaining Wall—Type 1A (1200 to 3600 mm Heights).................................................... 160 H-8C—Cantilevered Retaining Wall—Type 2 (1800 to 6700 mm Heights).................................................... 162 H-8D—Cantilevered Retaining Wall—Details............... 164 SUPPORTING REFERENCE DATA Chapter 1—Reinforcing bars, p. 168 1.1—Bar specifications 1.2—Welding of bars 1.3—Overall bar diameter 1.4—ACI standard fabricating tolerances for nominally square saw-cut bar ends 1.5—Coated reinforcing bars 1.6—ASTM specifications for coated bars 1.7—Design data for reinforcing bars 1.8—Detailing data for reinforcing bars Table 1—Designations, weights, dimensions, and defor-mation requirements of standard ASTM reinforcing bars, p. 168 Table 2—ASTM specifications—bar sizes, grades, and requirements for strength in tension, elongation, and bending, p. 169 Table 3—Overall diameter of reinforcing bars, p. 169 Table 4—Maximum gap and end deviation, p. 169 Table 5—Areas (in.2 /ft) for various bar sizes and spacings, p. 171 Table 6—Bundled bars for longitudinal column reinforce-ment, p. 171 Table 7(a) and (b)—Tension development and lap-splice lengths for uncoated reinforcing bars, p. 172 Table 8(a) and (b)—Tension development and lap-splice lengths for epoxy-coated reinforcing bars, p. 173 Table 9—Tension embedment lengths for standard end hooks, p. 174 Table 10—Compression embedment and lap-splice lengths for reinforcing bars, p. 174 Table 11—Maximum arc length for shipping reinforcing bars, p. 175 Table 12—Maximum right angle leg for shipping reinforcing bars, p. 175 Chapter 2—Wires and welded wire fabric, p. 177 2.1—Introduction 2.2—Designation of wire size 2.3—Styles of welded wire fabric 2.4—Epoxy-coated wires and welded wire fabric 2.5—Dimensions of welded wire fabric 2.6—Design data for welded wire fabric Table 13—Specifications for wire and welded wire fabric, p. 177 Table 14—Minimum requirements of wire in welded wire fabric, p. 177 Table 15—Common styles of welded wire fabric, p. 177 Table 16—Sectional areas of welded wire fabric, p. 179 Table 17—Tension development and lap-splice lengths for plain welded wire fabric, p. 180 Table 18—Tension development lengths for deformed welded wire fabrics, p. 181 Table 19—Lap-splice lengths for deformed welded wire fabric, p. 182 Table 20—Tension development and lap-splice lengths for deformed wire, p. 183 Chapter 3—Bar supports, p. 184 3.1—General 3.2—Side-form-spacers 3.3—Nonstandard bar supports 3.4—CRSI bar-support recommendations Chapter 4—Spirals, p. 200 4.1—Purpose 4.2—Definitions 4.3—Reinforcement recommendations 4.4—Size and pitch recommendations 4.5—Spacer recommendations 4.6—Weight (mass) of spirals Table 21—Recommended spirals for circular columns, p. 200 Table 22—Suggested guidelines for spiral spacers, p. 200 Table 23(a)—Weight (mass) of #3 (#10) spirals, p. 201 Table 23(b)—Weight (mass) of #4 (#13) spirals, p. 201 Table 23(c)—Weight (mass) of #5 (#16) spirals, p. 202 Chapter 5—Mathematical tables and formulas, p. 203 5.1—Properties of the circle 5.2—Trigonometric formulas Chapter 6 — Common symbols and abbreviations, p. 205 6.1—Organizations 6.2—Stress and force designations 6.3—Structural steel designations 6.4—Bar supports 6.5—Parts of a structure (used in marks for structural members) 6.6—Common abbreviations Chapter 7—References, p. 207 7.1—Referenced standards and reports
Summary: La edición de este recurso hay que tener 2004 proporciona respuestas a muchas preguntas que detallan formuladas por los ingenieros de diseño, arquitectos, contratistas, proyectistas y estudiantes de ingeniería. Se divide en tres secciones que incluyen "Detalles y Detallado de Refuerzo de Concreto (ACI 315-99)", "Manual de Ingeniería y Colocación de dibujos para Estructuras de Hormigón Armado (ACI 315R-04)", y el apoyo a los datos de referencia. Sección 1 define las responsabilidades de arquitectos, ingenieros y delineantes y establece estándares de práctica para ambos planos estructurales y colocación. Sección 2 ilustra las formas de presentar la información de diseño necesaria a través de 50 de gran tamaño, dibujos desplegables de estructuras de las carreteras y no de autopista. Dibujos estructurales se ajustan a los "Requisitos del Código de Construcción para Concreto Estructural (ACI 318-02 / 318R-02)" y todos los dibujos se prepararon con la ayuda de la Administración Federal de Carreteras del Departamento de Transporte de California, y para hormigón armado Steel Institute. Apoyo a los datos de referencia en la Sección 3 incluye capítulos específicos sobre las barras de refuerzo, cables, soportes de barras, espirales, fórmulas y tablas matemáticas y símbolos y abreviaturas comunes.
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DETAILS AND DETAILING OF CONCRETE REINFORCEMENT (315-99)
Part A—Responsibilities of the architect/engineer
Chapter 1—Structural drawings, p. 315-2
1.1—General
1.2—Drawing standards
1.3—Structural drawings—Buildings and other structures
1.4—Structural drawings—Highway and transportation
structures
Chapter 2—Standards of practice, p. 315-3
2.1—General
2.2—Tolerances
2.3—Bar lengths
2.4—Hooks and bends
2.5—Beams and girders
2.6—Columns
2.7—Development and splices of reinforcing steel
2.8—Joint details
2.9—Reinforcing steel supports
2.10—Special details for seismic design of frames, joints,
walls, diaphragms, and two-way slabs
2.11—Corrosion-resistant coatings for reinforcing steel
Part B—Responsibilities of the detailer
Chapter 3—Placing drawings, p. 315-10
3.1—Definition
3.2—Scope
3.3—Procedure
3.4—Drawing standards
3.5—Building drawings
3.6—Highway drawings
3.7—Detailing to fabricating standards
Chapter 4—Fabricating practice standards, p. 315-15
4.1—Fabrication
4.2—Extras
4.3—Tolerances
Chapter 5—Supports for reinforcing steel, p. 315-16
5.1—General
5.2—Types of bar supports
5.3—Side form spacers and beam bolsters
5.4—Placing reinforcing steel supports
Chapter 6—Computer-assisted detailing, p. 315-16
6.1—Use of computers in detailing
6.2—Placing drawings
6.3—Ordering procedures
Chapter 7—Recommended practices for location
of bars designated only by size/spacing, p. 315-17
Chapter 8—Glossary, p. 315-17
Chapter 9—References, p. 315-18
9.1—Reference standards
9.2—Cited references
MANUAL OF STRUCTURAL AND PLACING DRAWINGS FOR REINFORCED CONCRETE STRUCTURES (ACI 315R-04)
S-1—Foundations (Structural Drawing) ........................... 48
P-1—Foundations (Placing Drawing)............................... 50
P-1A—Foundations (Placing Drawing)............................ 52
S-2—Columns (Structural Drawing) ................................ 54
P-2—Columns (Placing Drawing) .................................... 56
S-3—One-Way Concrete Joist Floor
(Structural Drawing) .................................................. 58
P-3—One-Way Concrete Joist Floor (Placing Drawing) . 60
S-4—Flat Slab Floor (Structural Drawing)....................... 62
P-4—Flat Slab Floor (Placing Drawing) .......................... 64
S-5—Flat Plate Slab Floor (Structural Drawing).............. 66
P-5—Flat Plate Slab Floor (Placing Drawing................... 68
S-6—Beam and Girder Framing (Structural Drawing)..... 70
P-6—Beam and Girder Framing (Placing Drawing) ........ 72
SP-7A—Slipform Concrete Walls (Combined
Structural-Placing Drawing ....................................... 74
SP-7B—Slipform Concrete Walls (Combined
Structural-Placing Drawing ....................................... 76
S-8—Turbine Pedestal (Structural Drawing).................... 78
P-8—Turbine Pedestal (Placing Drawing) ....................... 80
S-9—Foundations—CAD Generated
(Structural Drawing) .................................................. 82
P-9—Foundations—Cad Generated
(Placing Drawing)...................................................... 84
S-10—Seismic Frame Beams, Flat Plate Floor
(Structural Drawing) .................................................. 86
P-10—Seismic Frame Beams, Flat Plate Floor
(Placing Drawing)...................................................... 88
TYPICAL DRAWINGS FOR
HIGHWAY STRUCTURES
H-1—Slab Bridge—General............................................. 92
H-1A—Slab Bridge Abutment Details ............................. 94
H-1B—Slab Bridgebent Details........................................ 96
H-1C—Slab Bridge Deck Slab and Parapet Details ......... 98
H-2—Precast AASHTO I-Beam Sections—General ..... 100
H-2A—Precast AASHTO I-Beam Sections—
Reinforcing Steel ..................................................... 102
H-2B—Precast AASHTO I-Beam Sections—Pretensioned
Strands (40 to 55 ft Spans)....................................... 104
H-2C—Precast AASHTO I-Beam Sections—Pretensioned
Strands (60 to 80 ft Spans)....................................... 106
H-2D—Precast AASHTO I-Beam Sections—Pretensioned
Strands (90 to 120 ft Spans)..................................... 108
H-2E—Precast AASHTO I-Beam Sections—Post-Tensioned
Strands (60 to 90 ft Spans) ..................... 110
H-2F—Precast AASHTO I-Beam Sections—Post-Tensioned
Strands (90 to 120 ft Spans) ................... 112
H-3—Precast/Prestressed Concrete I-Beam
Bridge—General ...................................................... 114
H-3A—Precast/Prestressed Concrete I-Beam Bridge—
Abutment Details ..................................................... 116
H-3B—Precast/Prestressed Concrete I-Beam Bridge—
Bent Details.............................................................. 118
H-3C—Precast/Prestressed Concrete I-Beam Bridge—
Framing Plan and Deck Slab Details ....................... 120
H-3D—Precast/Prestressed Concrete I-Beam Bridge—
Beam Details ............................................................ 122
H-3E—Precast/Prestressed Concrete I-Beam Bridge—
Approach Slab and Reinforcing Steel Schedule ...... 124
H-4—Rolled Beam Bridge—General ............................. 126
H-4A—Rolled Beam Bridge—Abutment Details........... 128
H-4B—Rolled Beam Bridge—Bent Details ................... 130
H-4C—Rolled Beam Bridge Deck—Slab Details .......... 132
H-5—Precast Pretensioned Box Sections—General....... 134
H-5A—Precast Pretensioned Box Sections—Details ..... 136
H-6—Post-Tensioned Concrete Box Girder
Bridge—General ...................................................... 138
H-6A—Post-Tensioned Concrete Box Girder
Bridge—Abutment Details....................................... 140
H-6B—Post-Tensioned Concrete Box Girder—
Bridgebent Details.................................................... 142
H-6C—Post-Tensioned Concrete Box Girder Bridge—
Girder Details ........................................................... 144
H-6D—Post-Tensioned Concrete Box Girder—Slab
and Girder Reinforcement........................................ 146
H-6E—Post-Tensioned Concrete Box Girder Bridge—
Miscellaneous Details .............................................. 148
H-6F—Post-Tensioned Concrete Box Girder Bridge—
Approach Slab.......................................................... 150
HE-7—Box Culvert (Structural Drawing) ...................... 152
HP-7—Culvert (Placing Drawing).................................. 154
H-8—Cantilevered Retaining Wall—Type 1 (1200 to
9100 mm Heights).................................................... 156
H-8A—Cantilevered Retaining Wall—Type 1 (9700 to
10,900 mm Heights)................................................. 158
H-8B—Cantilevered Retaining Wall—Type 1A (1200 to
3600 mm Heights).................................................... 160
H-8C—Cantilevered Retaining Wall—Type 2 (1800 to
6700 mm Heights).................................................... 162
H-8D—Cantilevered Retaining Wall—Details............... 164
SUPPORTING REFERENCE DATA
Chapter 1—Reinforcing bars, p. 168
1.1—Bar specifications
1.2—Welding of bars
1.3—Overall bar diameter
1.4—ACI standard fabricating tolerances for nominally
square saw-cut bar ends
1.5—Coated reinforcing bars
1.6—ASTM specifications for coated bars
1.7—Design data for reinforcing bars
1.8—Detailing data for reinforcing bars
Table 1—Designations, weights, dimensions, and defor-mation
requirements of standard ASTM reinforcing bars,
p. 168
Table 2—ASTM specifications—bar sizes, grades, and
requirements for strength in tension, elongation, and
bending, p. 169
Table 3—Overall diameter of reinforcing bars, p. 169
Table 4—Maximum gap and end deviation, p. 169
Table 5—Areas (in.2 /ft) for various bar sizes and spacings,
p. 171
Table 6—Bundled bars for longitudinal column reinforce-ment,
p. 171
Table 7(a) and (b)—Tension development and lap-splice
lengths for uncoated reinforcing bars, p. 172
Table 8(a) and (b)—Tension development and lap-splice
lengths for epoxy-coated reinforcing bars, p. 173
Table 9—Tension embedment lengths for standard end
hooks, p. 174
Table 10—Compression embedment and lap-splice lengths
for reinforcing bars, p. 174
Table 11—Maximum arc length for shipping reinforcing bars,
p. 175
Table 12—Maximum right angle leg for shipping reinforcing
bars, p. 175
Chapter 2—Wires and welded wire fabric, p. 177
2.1—Introduction
2.2—Designation of wire size
2.3—Styles of welded wire fabric
2.4—Epoxy-coated wires and welded wire fabric
2.5—Dimensions of welded wire fabric
2.6—Design data for welded wire fabric
Table 13—Specifications for wire and welded wire
fabric, p. 177
Table 14—Minimum requirements of wire in welded
wire fabric, p. 177
Table 15—Common styles of welded wire fabric, p. 177
Table 16—Sectional areas of welded wire fabric, p. 179
Table 17—Tension development and lap-splice lengths
for plain welded wire fabric, p. 180
Table 18—Tension development lengths for deformed
welded wire fabrics, p. 181
Table 19—Lap-splice lengths for deformed welded
wire fabric, p. 182
Table 20—Tension development and lap-splice lengths
for deformed wire, p. 183
Chapter 3—Bar supports, p. 184
3.1—General
3.2—Side-form-spacers
3.3—Nonstandard bar supports
3.4—CRSI bar-support recommendations
Chapter 4—Spirals, p. 200
4.1—Purpose
4.2—Definitions
4.3—Reinforcement recommendations
4.4—Size and pitch recommendations
4.5—Spacer recommendations
4.6—Weight (mass) of spirals
Table 21—Recommended spirals for circular columns, p. 200
Table 22—Suggested guidelines for spiral spacers, p. 200
Table 23(a)—Weight (mass) of #3 (#10) spirals, p. 201
Table 23(b)—Weight (mass) of #4 (#13) spirals, p. 201
Table 23(c)—Weight (mass) of #5 (#16) spirals, p. 202
Chapter 5—Mathematical tables and formulas, p. 203
5.1—Properties of the circle
5.2—Trigonometric formulas
Chapter 6 — Common symbols and abbreviations, p. 205
6.1—Organizations
6.2—Stress and force designations
6.3—Structural steel designations
6.4—Bar supports
6.5—Parts of a structure (used in marks for structural
members)
6.6—Common abbreviations
Chapter 7—References, p. 207
7.1—Referenced standards and reports

La edición de este recurso hay que tener 2004 proporciona respuestas a muchas preguntas que detallan formuladas por los ingenieros de diseño, arquitectos, contratistas, proyectistas y estudiantes de ingeniería. Se divide en tres secciones que incluyen "Detalles y Detallado de Refuerzo de Concreto (ACI 315-99)", "Manual de Ingeniería y Colocación de dibujos para Estructuras de Hormigón Armado (ACI 315R-04)", y el apoyo a los datos de referencia. Sección 1 define las responsabilidades de arquitectos, ingenieros y delineantes y establece estándares de práctica para ambos planos estructurales y colocación. Sección 2 ilustra las formas de presentar la información de diseño necesaria a través de 50 de gran tamaño, dibujos desplegables de estructuras de las carreteras y no de autopista. Dibujos estructurales se ajustan a los "Requisitos del Código de Construcción para Concreto Estructural (ACI 318-02 / 318R-02)" y todos los dibujos se prepararon con la ayuda de la Administración Federal de Carreteras del Departamento de Transporte de California, y para hormigón armado Steel Institute. Apoyo a los datos de referencia en la Sección 3 incluye capítulos específicos sobre las barras de refuerzo, cables, soportes de barras, espirales, fórmulas y tablas matemáticas y símbolos y abreviaturas comunes.

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