Changes to Anchor Provisions and Development Length Equations in ACI 318-19
by John Silva, PE, SE, F.ACI, F.SEI
March 3, 2021; 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM Pacific TimeSmall Business System Requirements FAQ Register
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In this webinar, Mr. Silva will address important changes to the anchorage provisions in ACI 318-19, including the addition of provisions for shear lugs and screw anchors. In addition, he will discuss the general topic of how the 318 code distinguishes development length from anchorage.
- Chapter 17 reorganization
- Inspection provisions
- Screw anchor provisions
- Shear lug provisions
- Anchorage and development length
- Recent investigations into anchorage problems
John Silva is a senior director with Hilti North America engaged in standards development. He is a licensed civil and structural engineer in California (S3181), a Fellow of the Structural Engineering Institute, the American Concrete Institute, and SEAOC. He is the current President of the Concrete and Masonry Anchor Manufacturers Association (CAMA). Over the past three decades, Mr. Silva has served on numerous committees addressing seismic design and anchorage and has conducted earthquake reconnaissance following major earthquakes in California, Chile, New Zealand, Japan and Haiti. He chaired Task Committee 8 (Nonstructural Components) as part of the Seismic Subcommittee of ASCE 7 during the development of ASCE/SEI 7-10 and ASCE/SEI 7-16 and currently serves on the NEHRP Provisions Update Committee and on the Seismic Subcommittee of ASCE 7. He also chairs ACI 349-C (Nuclear Anchorage) and is a voting member on several code-related ACI committees. Mr. Silva is a co-author of the text Anchorage in Concrete Construction (2006 Ernst & Sohn, 378 pp.)
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