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# 1030 - UD ISE Building

## EMBEDDED PLATE DESIGN - 4/S7.00

(REF: ANCHORING TO CONCRETE - ACI Appendix D) LAY-OUT: Connection Plate/Angle to be designed separately

1 1/2"

Ax2
d = 11.14"

Ax1 Ay A
1 1/2"

Stress distribution per Case II (AISC 13th Ed. Manual p7-12) This Connection plate/Angle justifies the assumed stress distribution as it stiffens the embed plate PL1" - A36 16 - 3/4in. dia. ASTM A108 Grade 1015 or 1020 (6" long min)

1 1/2"

6"

1 1/2"

dm = 24"
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7@6 "

## 1030 - UD ISE Building

REQUIREMENT: A, Axial Load = V, Shear Load = Ax2, Axial Load = CALCULATION: Brace Slope: Ay = = Ax1 = = 1.0 / 0.82 80.00 35.00 60.00 kips <-- From brace kips <-- From beam kips <-- From beam

## 80 (0.82) [ (1) + (0.82) ] 50.73 kips

Discussion: Since the diagonal and the horizontal members share the same connection, (forces are concurrent) there will be a force interaction. Thus, Ax Ax = = max (Ax1, Ax2) kips 60.00 Ay + V 96.86

## kips <- See attached sheet for the calculation.

Per AISC, bolts/stud above the neutral axis are subjected to the tensile force and the effect of the prying action Tensile Load, T = Ax * d / dm where: Ax = d = dm = Tensile Load, T = 27.85

60.0 11.14 24

kips in in

## kips <- See attached sheet for the calculation.

The thickness required to eliminate prying action is tmin = where: T= T= required strength 27.85 kips

4.44 T b' p Fu

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<-- assumed

tmin

0.868

in

<

1.00

in.

(OK)

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## SHEAR CAPACITY OF STUDS

(REF: ANCHORING TO CONCRETE - ACI Appendix D)

Stud Diameter, do : Fy = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = =

3/4

## in. dia. ASTM A108 Grade 1015 or 1020

Yield Strength of Stud 51 ksi Tensile Strength of Stud 65 ksi Nominal Length of Stud in 6.00 Embed Plate Thickness in 1.00 Shank Area 0.442 in Head Thickness, in 0.375 in effective embedment depth L + tp - ths - 1/8 6.500 in concrete compresive strength 5 ksi

Fu

tp

Ase

ths

hef

fc'

Steel Strength of Studs in Shear Vsa where: Ase = = = = = = effective cross-sectional area of studs in 0.442 ultimate tensile strength of studs 65 ksi no. of studs 16.00 in kips = n * 0.6 * Ase * futa ( = 0.65 )

futa

Vsa

179.19

Concrete Breakout Strength of Studs in Shear Studs are not located near free edge perpendicular to the application of the load. Therefore, breakout for shear is not applicable.

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## 1030 - UD ISE Building

Vcpg

kcp * Ncbg

= 0.70

where: kcp kcp Ncpg = = = = ec,N 1.0 for hef < 2.5 in 2.0 for hef > 2.5 in 2.00 (ANC/ANCO) * ec,N * ed,N * c,N * cp,N * Nb = = eccentricity factor 1 <1 1 + (2eN'/3hef) eN' ec,N ed,N = = = = 0.00 in

1.000 1.0 if (Ca,min > 1.5hef) Ca,min 1.5hef 15.00 if Ca,min < 1.5hef in

## ed,N c,N cp,N

= = =

1.000 1.000 1.000 (cracked concrete) (for cast-in anchors in cracked concrete)

Nb

kc

fc' (hef)1.5
kc = 24 lbs (for cast-in anchors)

Nb ANCO

= = = =

28123.3

sy

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ANC

## (2y + sy) (2x + sx) where: y = = x = = = = in

min (1.5hef , c'a1) ; c'a1 = 180 in 9.75 in min (1.5hef , c'a2) 9.75 in 42.00 6.00 in in c'a2 = 15 in

## sy sx ANC Ncpg therefore, Vcpg Vcpg = = 162383 162.383 lbs kips = =

1568.25 lbs

115988

SUMMARY: Steel Strength of Studs in Shear Concrete Pryout Strength of Anchor in Shear 179.19 162.38 kips kips

162.38

kips

>

96.86

kips

(OK)

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## TENSILE CAPACITY OF STUDS

(REF: ANCHORING TO CONCRETE - ACI Appendix D)

Stud Diameter, do : Fy = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = =

3/4

## in. dia. ASTM A108 Grade 1015 or 1020

Yield Strength of Stud 51 ksi Tensile Strength of Stud 65 ksi Nominal Length of Stud in 6.00 Embed Plate Thickness in 1.00 Shank Area 0.442 in Bearing Area 0.790 in Head Thickness, in 0.375 in effective embedment depth L + tp - ths - 1/8 6.500 in concrete compresive strength 5 ksi

Fu

tp

Ase

Abrg

ths

hef

fc'

Steel Strength of Studs in Tension Nsa where: Ase = = = = = = effective cross-sectional area of studs 0.442 in ultimate tensile strength of studs 65 ksi no. of studs 8.00 in kips = n * Ase * futa ( = 0.75 )

futa

Nsa

172.30

Concrete Breakout Strength of Studs in Tension Ncpg = (ANC/ANCO) * ec,N * ed,N * c,N * cp,N * Nb = 0.70

where:

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ec,N

= =

## eccentricity factor 1 <1 1 + (2eN'/3hef) eN' = 0.00 in

ec,N ed,N

= = =

1.000 1.0 if (Ca,min > 1.5hef) Ca,min 1.5hef 15.00 if Ca,min < 1.5hef in

## ed,N c,N cp,N

= = =

1.000 1.000 1.000 (cracked concrete) (for cast-in anchors in cracked concrete)

Nb

kc

fc' (hef)1.5
kc = 24 lbs (for cast-in anchors)

Nb ANCO

= = = =

28123.3

sy

ANC

## (2y + sy) (2x + sx)

where: y = = x =

min (1.5hef , c'a1) ; c'a1 = 180 in in 9.75 min (1.5hef , c'a2) c'a2 = 15 in

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in in in

49507 49.51

## Concrete Pullout Strength of Studs in Tension Npn =

n * c,P * NP

= 0.70

where: n = = = = = = = no. of studs in 8.00 1.0 (cracked concrete) (for 0.75'' dia studs)

c,P Abrg

## bearing area of studs 0.79 in 8*Abrg *f'c 31.6 kips

Np

kips

Npn

252.8

Concrete side-face blowout strength of studs in tension The side-face blowout failure mode must be investigated when the edge distance is less than 0.4 hef edge dist. = 15 in > 0.4 hef = 2.60 in (OK)

SUMMARY: Steel Strength of Studs in Tension Concrete Breakout Strength of Studs in Tension Concrete Pullout Strength of Studs in Tension 172.30 49.51 252.80 kips kips kips

49.51

kips

>

27.85

kips

(OK)

+ +

<

1.2

1.16

<

1.20

(OK)

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