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ACI 364.4T

Determining the Load Capacity of a Structure When As-Built Drawings are Unavailable

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Organization: ACI
Publication Date: 1 January 2010
Status: active
Page Count: 3
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Introduction

In cases where a structural evaluation is to be performed, knowledge of member sizes, reinforcing details, and material properties is generally required. In cases where this information is not readily available through drawing document records, it should still be obtained. For most buildings, bridges, and structures governed by a building code or similar design standards, the process to establish load capacity typically needs approval of the governing official.

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ACI 364.4T
January 1, 2010
Determining the Load Capacity of a Structure When As-Built Drawings are Unavailable
Introduction In cases where a structural evaluation is to be performed, knowledge of member sizes, reinforcing details, and material properties is generally required. In cases where this information...

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