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ACI 318-14 construction Code standards for Structural Concrete and Commentary
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4. 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.
2 42 BUILDING CODE REQUIREMENTS FOR STRUCTURAL CONCRETE (ACI 318-14) AND COMMENTARY (ACI 318R-14) CODE structural wall, ordinary reinforced concrete—a wall complying with Chapter 11. structural wall, ordinary plain concrete—a wall complying with Chapter 14. 5. 11. strut—compression member in a strut-and-tie model representing the resultant of a parallel or a fan-shaped compression field. strut, bottle-shaped—strut that is wider at mid-length than at its ends. strut-and-tie model—truss model of a member or of a D-region in such a member, made up of struts and ties connected at nodes and capable of transferring the factored loads to the supports or to adjacent B-regions.
Anchorage device, basic monostrand—anchorage device used with any single strand or a single 5/8 in. 1(a). anchorage device, basic multistrand—anchorage device used with multiple strands, bars, or wires, or with single bars larger than 5/8 in. 1(b). 1(c). 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.
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