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ACI 318-14 development Code requisites for Structural Concrete and Commentary
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Inspection—observation, verification, and required documentation of the materials, installation, fabrication, erection, or placement of components and connections to determine compliance with construction documents and referenced standards. inspection, continuous—the full-time observation, verification, and required documentation of work in the area where the work is being performed. inspection, periodic—the part-time or intermittent observation, verification, and required documentation of work in the area where the work is being performed.
The hooks shall engage the longitudinal reinforcement and the extension shall project into the interior of the stirrup or hoop. shear cap—projection below the slab used to increase the slab shear strength. sheathing—material encasing prestressing reinforcement to prevent bonding of the prestressing reinforcement with the surrounding concrete, to provide corrosion protection, and to contain the corrosion-inhibiting coating. side-face blowout strength, concrete—strength of anchors with deep embedment and thin side-face cover such that spalling occurs on the side face around the embedded head without breakout occurring at the top concrete surface.
Anchorage zone—in post-tensioned members, portion of the member through which the concentrated prestressing force is transferred to concrete and distributed more uniformly across the section; its extent is equal to the largest dimension of the cross section; for anchorage devices located away from the end of a member, the anchorage zone includes the disturbed regions ahead of and behind the anchorage device. attachment—structural assembly, external to the surface of the concrete, that transmits loads to or receives loads from the anchor.