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Anchor tension is calculated using AISC Steel Design Guide 1 The Anchor Bolt Design illustration Figure B shows the anchor tension T based on an applied moment M An illustration for the anchor tension T based on a vertical tension load F 2 shown in Figure C Anchor tension T may be interpolated Examples

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AISC manual tables Available shear value for slip critical connections are given for limit states of serviceability or strength by bolt type hole type standard short slotted long slotted or oversized diameter and loading Available tension values are given by bolt type and diameter in AISC manual tables

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Therefore Ω o amplification and load combinations are specifically triggered for those elements in the sections mentioned below and in Material Standards such as AISC 341 10 and ACI 318 11 For example AISC 341 10 states that anchor bolt forces must be amplified by Ω o which is typically 2 0 or greater This applies to all steel buildings

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Changes to the Masonry Code A new edition of Building Code Requirements for Masonry Structures and Specification for Masonry Structures was published in 2016 Figure 1 In addition to technical updates there were four non technical changes The first is that the code and specification are now solely sponsored by The Masonry Society TMS and are known as TMS

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Oct 10 2011 nbsp 0183 32 A 5 8″ lag bolt has a minor diameter of 0 471″ which calculates to a stress area of 0 17497 sq in Applying the formula for calculating tensile strength for a mild steel bolt we get a value of 10 500 lbs for the ultimate tensile strength of a 5 8″ mild steel bolt The shear strength which I think you are concerned about would be

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The bolts used is an A 325 bolts ss iny diameter of 28 mm in standard size holes Minimum tensile stress F 400 Use NSCP Spres Assume diameter of rivet holes to be 3 mm bigger than the Bearing capacity of bolt Ushiameter Allowable shear stress of A

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Axial stress is calculated through Eq 2 153 and the distribution curve is shown in Fig 2 82 Table 2 12 shows the variation in axial strain stress and force along the axial stress and force could be determined by the Eqs 2 154 and 2 155

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Example 3 Calculate the design strength LRFD and allowable strength ASD for double angle in tension Example 4 Analyzing a tension eyebar member using LRFD and ASD Example 5 Calculating the effective net area of a bolted tension member by calculating the shear lag factor

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AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF STEEL CONSTRUCTION INC One East Wacker Drive Suite 3100 Chicago IL 60601 2001 Allowable Tension and Shear 5 72 5 Combined Tension and Shear in Bearing type Connections 5 72 Allowable Bearing at Bolt Holes 5 74 8 Minimum Spacing 5 75 9 Minimum Edge Distance 5 75 10 Maximum Edge Distance and Spacing 5 77 11

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13 Increased standard bolt hole diameter and slot widths for bolts 1 in in diameter and greater Table 3 1 14 Table 8 1 Minimum Bolt Pretension moved to Table 5 2 in design 15 Revised values for pre installation verification testing and for pretension for Group 120 bolts larger than 1 in diameter Table 5 2

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Oct 20 2017 nbsp 0183 32 P1 56 FIG P1 571 56 Three wood boards each 4 in wide are joined by the 3 4 in diameter bolt If the working stresses for wood are 800 psi in tension and 1500 psi in bearing findthe largest allowable value of the force P 1 57 The cast iron block with cross sectional dimensions of 2 5 in by 2 5 in con sists of two pieces

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Oct 16 2007 nbsp 0183 32 Torque is a very indirect indication of tension as many factors can affect this relationship such as surface texture rust oil debris thread series and material type just to name a few Virtually all the torque tension tables that have been developed including ours are based on the following formula T K D P 12 T Torque ft lbs


Maximum allowable spacing of support members shall be24 bolt can be developed in tension Anchorage details shall be submitted by a the latest American Institute of Steel Construction AISC specification for the design fabrication and erection of structural steel for buildings unless noted otherwise

Guide to Design Criteria for Bolted and Riveted Joints

allowable stress principles and the other on a load factor and resistance design philosophy In addition the Research Council has approved and published A Test this work include the American Institute of Steel Construction the Pennsylvania 3 3 1 Rivets Subjected to Tension 29 3 3 2 Rivets Subjected to Shear 30

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ASDIP STEEL structural design software is utilized by engineers for design of steel base plates steel and composite beams steel columns and shear connections ASDIP STEEL is based upon the latest AISC specifications AISC 360 and AISC 341 Seismic ASDIP STEEL structural design software is also capable of designing anchor rods and shear lugs per the latest ACI

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Where tension loads are governed by anchor steel the design provisions from AISC 360 are used to determine the tensile steel limit LRFD values are calculated by multiplying the nominal AISC steel capacity by a 0 75 phi factor and allowable values are calculated by dividing the AISC nominal capacity by a 2 0 omega factor

ASTM F3125 A325 Precision Bolts

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Stress Areas of Screw Threads of a Fastener PPPL

Maximum bolt tension shall be determined from the maximum bolt preload preload loss thermal effects and the external loads The maximum bolt preload shall be limited by the axial tensile allowable of bolt tensile area and the bolt thread shear area AISC Seventh Edition 1970 5 NCSX Structural Design Criteria NCSX CRIT CRYO