tensile capacity of single


tension capacity of a standard all-bolted single angle connection with a single row of four bolts is significantly (~35%) higher than its shear capacity. On average, the tension capacity of the connection is found to be nearly 90 kips. The results show that the tension

Tensile Capacity of Single-Angle Shear Connections

Apr 04, 2013 · The 2009 International Building Code (IBC) structural integrity provisions include a minimum tensile capacity requirement for simple shear steel connections. An all-bolted single-angle connection has been physically tested and analytically modeled to determine its ability to meet this code requirement. The single-angle connection studied was an ASTM-rated A36 102 × 76.2 × 9.53 - mm ( Tensile Capacity of Single-Angle Shear Connections Tensile Capacity of Single-Angle Shear Connections Considering Prying Action After the attacks on the World Trade Centers on September 11, 2001, engineers agreed that work needed to be done to increase the robustness of structures. Research has increased in many areas including progressive collapse of structures, structural response

Tensile Capacity of Single Anchors in Concrete:Evaluation

Jan 01, 1996 · Abstract:This study concerns the prediction of tensile capacity as governed by con-crete cone failure of single anchors placed in untracked, unreinforced con-crete and located far from a free edge and far from other anchors. A total of approximately 801 data points is available from tests on such anchors. A total of 31 data points consisting

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