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Anchor vertical concrete cone failure - Geometry and reinforcement (ACI-318)

September , 27th 2023 | Via: Pablo A. Garcia (LinkedIn) | Seen: 1002 times
The following image illustrates both the geometry and reinforcement of the anchor pullout cone and its dimensions. As it is shown, the anchor pullout cone forms at an angle of 30 degrees, equivalent to a slope of 1:1.5. The rupture concrete cone starts from the anchor head, hef.

It is essential to ensure that the additional cone reinforcement is anchored both inside and outside the cone. This U-shaped reinforcement, embracing the main reinforcement, should be located at a distance less than 0.5hef from the center of the anchor.
Anchor vertical concrete cone failure - Geometry and reinforcement (ACI-318)
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