February 22, 2017

ACI 318-14 Building Code Requirements for Structural by ACI committee 318

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ACI 318-14 construction Code specifications for Structural Concrete and Commentary

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Factored loads are service loads multiplied by the appropriate load factors for required strength except Wind and Earthquake which are already specified as strength loads in ASCE/SEI 7. The factored load terminology clarifies where the load factors are applied to a particular load, moment, or shear value as used in the Code provisions. BUILDING CODE REQUIREMENTS FOR STRUCTURAL CONCRETE (ACI 318-14) AND COMMENTARY (ACI 318R-14) 39 CODE COMMENTARY one-way construction—members designed to be capable of supporting all loads through bending in a single direction; see also two-way construction.

Out-of-plane deflection due to service loads, in. = calculated out-of-plane deflection at midheight of wall due to factored loads, in. = design story drift of story x, in. = maximum deflection, during first load test, measured 24 hours after application of the full test load, in. = maximum deflection, during second load test, measured 24 hours after application of the full test load. Deflection is measured relative to the position of the structure at the beginning of the second load test, in.

2 Design properties of reinforcement shall be selected to be in accordance with Chapter 20. 1 Loads and load combinations considered in design shall be in accordance with Chapter 5. 1 The provisions in Chapter 5 are based on ASCE/ SEI 7. The design loads include, but are not limited to, dead loads, live loads, snow loads, wind loads, earthquake effects, prestressing effects, crane loads, vibration, impact, shrinkage, temperature changes, creep, expansion of shrinkage-compensating concrete, and predicted unequal settlement of supports.

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