Building Code Requirements for Structural Concrete

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Building Code Requirements for Structural Concrete  


TABLE OF CONTENTS

PART 1: GENERAL 

CHAPTER 1 GENERAL 

1.1—Scope of ACI 318, p. 9
1.2—General, p. 9
1.3—Purpose, p. 10
1.4—Applicability, p. 10
1.5—Interpretation, p. 11
1.6—Building official, p. 12
1.7—Licensed design professional, p. 13
1.8—Construction documents and design records, p. 13
1.9—Testing and inspection, p. 13
1.10—Approval of special systems of design, construction,  
or alternative construction materials, p. 13

CHAPTER 2 NOTATION AND TERMINOLOGY 

2.1—Scope, p. 15
2.2—Notation, p. 15
2.3—Terminology, p. 30
CHAPTER 3 
REFERENCED STANDARDS 
3.1—Scope, p. 45
3.2—Referenced standards, p. 45

CHAPTER 4 STRUCTURAL SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS 

4.1—Scope ,p. 49
4.2—Materials, p. 49
4.3—Design loads, p. 49
4.4—Structural system and load paths, p. 49
4.5—Structural analysis, p. 52
4.6—Strength, p. 52
4.7—Serviceability, p. 53
4.8—Durability, p. 53
4.9—Sustainability, p. 53
4.10—Structural integrity, p. 54
4.11—Fire resistance, p. 54
4.12—Requirements  for  specific  types  of  construction, 
p. 54
4.13—Construction and inspection, p. 56
4.14—Strength evaluation of existing structures, p. 56
PART 2: LOADS & ANALYSIS 

CHAPTER 5 LOADS 

5.1—Scope, p. 57
5.2—General, p. 57
5.3—Load factors and combinations, p. 58

CHAPTER 6 STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS 

6.1—Scope, p. 63
6.2—General, p. 63
6.3—Modeling assumptions, p. 68
6.4—Arrangement of live load, p. 69
6.5—Simplified method of analysis for non prestressed  continuous beams and one-way slabs, p. 70
6.6—First-order analysis, p. 71
6.7—Elastic second-order analysis, p. 79
6.8—Inelastic second-order analysis, p. 81
6.9—Acceptability of finite element analysis, p. 81
PART 3: MEMBERS 

CHAPTER 7 ONE-WAY SLABS 

7.1—Scope, p. 83
7.2—General, p. 83
7.3—Design limits, p. 83
7.4—Required strength, p. 85
7.5—Design strength, p. 85
7.6—Reinforcement limits, p. 86
7.7—Reinforcement detailing, p. 88

CHAPTER 8 TWO-WAY SLABS 

8.1—Scope, p. 93
8.2—General, p. 93
8.3—Design limits, p. 94
8.4—Required strength, p. 97
8.5—Design strength, p. 102
8.6—Reinforcement limits, p. 103
8.7—Reinforcement detailing, p. 106
8.8—Nonprestressed two-way joist systems, p. 117
8.9—Lift-slab construction, p. 118
8.10—Direct design method, p. 118
8.11—Equivalent frame method, p. 124

CHAPTER 9 BEAMS 

9.1—Scope, p. 129
9.2—General, p. 129
9.3—Design limits, p. 130
9.4—Required strength, p. 132
9.5—Design strength, p. 134
9.6—Reinforcement limits, p. 136
9.7—Reinforcement detailing, p. 140
9.8—Nonprestressed one-way joist systems, p. 149
9.9—Deep beams, p. 151

CHAPTER 10 COLUMNS 

10.1—Scope, p. 153
10.2—General, p. 153
10.3—Design limits, p. 153
10.4—Required strength, p. 154
10.5—Design strength, p. 155
10.6—Reinforcement limits, p. 156
10.7—Reinforcement detailing, p. 157

CHAPTER 11 WALLS 

11.1—Scope, p. 163
11.2—General, p. 163
11.3—Design limits, p. 164
11.4—Required strength, p. 164
11.5—Design strength, p. 165
11.6—Reinforcement limits, p. 168
11.7—Reinforcement detailing, p. 169
11.8—Alternative method for out-of-plane slender wall analysis, p. 171

CHAPTER 12 DIAPHRAGMS 

12.1—Scope, p. 173
12.2—General, p. 173
12.3—Design limits, p. 175
12.4—Required strength, p. 175
12.5—Design strength, p. 178
12.6—Reinforcement limits, p. 185
12.7—Reinforcement detailing, p. 185

CHAPTER 13 FOUNDATIONS 

13.1—Scope, p. 187
13.2—General, p. 189
13.3—Shallow foundations, p. 192
13.4—Deep foundations, p. 193

CHAPTER 14 PLAIN CONCRETE 

14.1—Scope, p. 195
14.2—General, p. 196
14.3—Design limits, p. 196
14.4—Required strength , p. 198
14.5—Design strength, p. 199
14.6—Reinforcement detailing, p. 202
PART 4: JOINTS/CONNECTIONS/ANCHORS 

CHAPTER 15 BEAM-COLUMN AND SLAB-COLUMN JOINTS 

15.1—Scope, p. 203
15.2—General, p. 203
15.3—Transfer  of  column  axial  force  through  the  floor 
system, p. 203
15.4—Detailing of joints, p. 204

CHAPTER 16 CONNECTIONS BETWEEN MEMBERS 

16.1—Scope, p. 205
16.2—Connections of precast members, p. 205
16.3—Connections to foundations, p. 209
16.4—Horizontal shear transfer in composite concrete  
flexural members, p. 212
16.5—Brackets and corbels, p. 214

CHAPTER 17 ANCHORING TO CONCRETE 

17.1—Scope, p. 221
17.2—General, p. 222
17.3—General requirements for strength of anchors, p. 228
17.4—Design requirements for tensile loading, p. 234
17.5—Design requirements for shear loading, p. 247
17.6—Interaction of tensile and shear forces, p. 258
17.7—Required edge distances, spacings, and thicknesses  
to preclude splitting failure, p. 258
17.8—Installation and inspection of anchors, p. 260
PART 5: EARTHQUAKE RESISTANCE 

CHAPTER 18 EARTHQUAKE-RESISTANT STRUCTURES 

18.1—Scope, p. 263
18.2—General, p. 263
18.3—Ordinary moment frames, p. 269
18.4—Intermediate moment frames, p. 269
18.5—Intermediate precast structural walls, p. 274
18.6—Beams of special moment frames, p. 275
18.7—Columns of special moment frames, p. 280
18.8—Joints of special moment frames, p. 285
18.9—Special  moment  frames  constructed  using  precast concrete, p. 289
18.10—Special structural walls, p. 292
18.11—Special  structural  walls  constructed  using  precast concrete, p. 304
18.12—Diaphragms and trusses, p. 304
18.13—Foundations, p. 310
18.14—Members  not  designated  as  part  of  the  seismic-force-resisting system, p. 312
PART 6: MATERIALS & DURABILITY 

CHAPTER 19 CONCRETE: DESIGN AND DURABILITY REQUIREMENTS 

19.1—Scope, p. 315
19.2—Concrete design properties, p. 315
19.3—Concrete durability requirements, p. 316
19.4—Grout durability requirements, p. 324

CHAPTER 20 STEEL REINFORCEMENT PROPERTIES, DURABILITY, AND EMBEDMENTS 

20.1—Scope, p. 325
20.2—Nonprestressed bars and wires, p. 325
20.3—Prestressing strands, wires, and bars, p. 330
20.4—Structural steel, pipe, and tubing for composite columns, p. 333
20.5—Headed shear stud reinforcement, p. 334
20.6—Provisions  for  durability  of  steel  reinforcement, p. 334
20.7—Embedments, p. 339
PART 7: STRENGTH & SERVICEABILITY 

CHAPTER 21 STRENGTH REDUCTION FACTORS 

21.1—Scope, p. 341
21.2—Strength  reduction  factors  for  structural  concrete 
members and connections  p. 341

CHAPTER 22 SECTIONAL STRENGTH 

22.1—Scope, p. 347
22.2—Design assumptions for moment and axial strength, p. 347
22.3—Flexural strength, p. 349
22.4—Axial strength or combined flexural and axial strength, p. 350
22.5—One-way shear strength, p. 351
22.6—Two-way shear strength, p. 360
22.7—Torsional strength, p. 371
22.8—Bearing, p. 378
22.9—Shear friction, p. 380

CHAPTER 23 STRUT-AND-TIE MODELS 

23.1—Scope, p. 385
23.2—General, p. 386
23.3—Design strength, p. 392
23.4—Strength of struts, p. 392
23.5—Reinforcement crossing bottle-shaped struts, p. 394
23.6—Strut reinforcement detailing, p. 395
23.7—Strength of ties, p. 395
23.8—Tie reinforcement detailing, p. 396
23.9—Strength of nodal zones, p. 397

CHAPTER 24 SERVICEABILITY REQUIREMENTS 

24.1—Scope, p. 399
24.2—Deflections due to service-level gravity loads, p. 399
24.3—Distribution of flexural reinforcement in one-way 
slabs and beams, p. 403
24.4—Shrinkage and temperature reinforcement, p. 405
24.5—Permissible stresses in prestressed concrete flexural 
members, p. 407
PART 8: REINFORCEMENT 

CHAPTER 25 REINFORCEMENT DETAILS 

25.1—Scope, p. 411
25.2—Minimum spacing of reinforcement, p. 411
25.3—Standard hooks, seismic hooks, crossties, and minimum inside bend diameters, p. 412
25.4—Development of reinforcement, p. 414
25.5—Splices, p. 428
25.6—Bundled reinforcement, p. 433
25.7—Transverse reinforcement, p. 434
25.8—Post-tensioning anchorages and couplers, p. 443
25.9—Anchorage zones for post-tensioned tendons, p. 443
PART 9: CONSTRUCTION 

CHAPTER 26 CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS AND INSPECTION 

26.1—Scope, p. 453
26.2—Design criteria, p. 455
26.3—Member information, p. 455
26.4—Concrete materials and mixture requirements, p. 455
26.5—Concrete production and construction, p. 462
26.6—Reinforcement materials and construction requirements, p. 468
26.7—Anchoring to concrete , p. 472
26.8—Embedments, p. 473
26.9—Additional requirements for precast concrete , p. 473
26.10—Additional  requirements  for  prestressed  concrete, p. 474
26.11—Formwork, p. 476
26.12—Concrete evaluation and acceptance, p. 478
26.13—Inspection, p. 483
PART 10: EVALUATION 

CHAPTER 27 STRENGTH EVALUATION OF EXISTING STRUCTURES 

27.1—Scope, p. 487
27.2—General, p. 487
27.3—Analytical strength evaluation, p. 488
27.4—Strength evaluation by load test, p. 489
27.5—Reduced load rating, p. 492

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