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PIP STE05121

Application of ASCE Anchorage Design for Petrochemical Facilities

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Organization: PIP
Publication Date: 1 June 2017
Status: active
Page Count: 65
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This Practice provides guidelines for design engineers involved in design, fabrication, installation, and repair of anchorage for foundations and structures. This Practice supplements the ASCE Anchorage Design for Petrochemical Facilities, hereafter referred to as the ASCE Anchorage Design Report. The information on fabrication, installation, and repair of anchorages provided in this Practice is to be used by design engineers to develop specifications, drawings, scopes of work, etc. for fabricators, constructors, and maintenance personnel involved in fabrication, installation, and repair activities.

This Practice describes the design of anchorage based on the requirements in ACI 318-11 / ACI 318M-11 and ACI 318-14 / ACI 318M-14 including material selection, cast-in-place anchor design, post-installed anchor design, anchor installation and repair.

Comment: The information provided in the ASCE Anchorage Design Report is recommended for the design, fabrication, installation and repair of anchorage for foundations and structures. The ASCE Anchorage Design Report is in accordance with ACI 318-08 / ACI 318M-08. This Practice is in accordance with ACI 318-11 / ACI 318M-11 and ACI 318-14 / ACI 318M-14. Differences with the ASCE Anchorage Design Report are noted in this Practice. Many anchor design tables that are not included in the ASCE Anchorage Design Report have been included in this Practice for use by engineers and designers

Comment:

The primary differences between ACI 318-11 / ACI 318M-11 and ACI 318-14 / ACI 318M-14 are as follows:

a. ACI 318-14 / ACI 318M-14 have been reorganized so that all of the chapter, section, paragraph, equation, and table numbers have been changed.

b. The anchorage information that was in Appendix D of ACI 318-11 / ACI 318M-11 is now in Chapter 17 of ACI 318-14 / ACI 318M-14.

c. ACI 318-14 / ACI 318M-14 versions do not recognize the Alternative Load and Strength Reduction Factors shown in Appendix C of ACI 318-11 / ACI 318M-11 and earlier ACI 318 / ACI 318M versions. The only Load Factors and Load Combinations that may now be used are those in what is now Chapter 5 of ACI 318-14 / ACI 318M-14.

d. When ACI 318-14 or ACI 318M-14 is the project standard, the user of the ASCE Anchorage Design Report should interpret "Appendix D" as "Chapter 17". Table 6 in this Practice, shows the new chapter, section, paragraph, equation, and table numbers in the ASCE Anchorage Design Report which should be used when using ACI 318-14 or ACI 318M-14 as the project standard. Table 6 does not show the change if the only difference is using "Chapter 17" instead of "Appendix D".

Document History

PIP STE05121
June 1, 2017
Application of ASCE Anchorage Design for Petrochemical Facilities
This Practice provides guidelines for design engineers involved in design, fabrication, installation, and repair of anchorage for foundations and structures. This Practice supplements the ASCE...
June 1, 2017
Application of ASCE Anchorage Design for Petrochemical Facilities
This Practice provides guidelines for design engineers involved in design, fabrication, installation, and repair of anchorage for foundations and structures. This Practice supplements the ASCE...
January 1, 2003
Anchor Bolt Design Guide
This design guide defines the minimum requirements for the design of anchors in process industry facilities at onshore U.S. sites. Included are material selection, strength design, ductile design,...
January 1, 2003
Anchor Bolt Design Guide
This design guide defines the minimum requirements for the design of anchors in process industry facilities at onshore U.S. sites. Included are material selection, strength design, ductile design,...

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