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MATERIALS

PARAGRAPH VALUES SYMBOL

ETAG 001 ANNEX C 3.2.2.2 400.0 Mpa fyk

ETAG 001 ANNEX C 3.2.2.2 600.0 Mpa fuk

ETAG 001 ANNEX C 4.1 Cracked

BS EN 1992-1-1 Table 3.1 C20/25

BS EN 1992-1-1 Table 3.1 25.0 Mpa fck,cube

GEOMETRY

PARAGRAPH VALUES SYMBOL

ETAG 001 ANNEX C Table 4.1 20 mm d1 or dnom

ETAG 001 ANNEX C 5.2.2.6 (b) 600 mm h

19 mm tfix

10 mm tmortar

50.0 Mpa fc,mortar

scr,N = 3*hef but normally it should

300 mm scr,N

be given in the anchoring system

ETA

ETAG 001 ANNEX C 5.2.2.4(b)

scr,N = 3/2*hef but normally it

150 mm ccr,N

should be given in the anchoring

system ETA

ETAG 001 ANNEX C Figure 5.2 at a corner of

concrete member

s1

s2

c1

edge near the other side 300 mm

c'1

c2

edge near the other side

125 mm

c'2

normally it should be given in the scr,sp

anchoring system ETA

normally it should be given in the ccr,sp

anchoring system ETA

Probably the same hmin used for 0 mm hmin

5.2.2.5

M0rk,s

ETAG 001 ANNEX C 5.2.2.4(b) 140000 mm Ac,N

ETAG 001 ANNEX C 5.2.2.4(c) 125 mm c

ETAG 001 ANNEX C 5.2.2.4(f) 300 mm cmax

ETAG 001 ANNEX C 5.2.2.4(c) 0.95 s,N

ETAG 001 ANNEX C 5.2.2.4(d) 1 re,N

ETAG 001 ANNEX C 5.2.2.4(e) 0.75 ec,x,N

ETAG 001 ANNEX C 5.2.2.4(e) 1 ec,y,N

314 mm As

ETAG 001 ANNEX C 2.3 785 mm Wel

ETAG 001 ANNEX C 4.2.2.4 N/A a3

ETAG 001 ANNEX C 4.2.2.4 N/A e1

ETAG 001 ANNEX C 4.2.2.4 N/A l

ETAG 001 ANNEX C 4.2.2.3(b) Without Lever Arm

ETAG 001 ANNEX C Table 4.1 22 mm df

SAFETY FACTORS

PARAGRAPH FINAL VALUE VALUES FROM

ETA

ETAG 001 ANNEX C 3.2.2.1 1.5

ETAG 001 ANNEX C 3.2.2.1

ETAG 001 ANNEX C 3.2.2.1 1.5

ETAG 001 ANNEX C 3.2.2.1 1.5

LOADING

PARAGRAPH VALUES SYMBOL

ETAG 001 ANNEX C 4.2.2 400 N Vsd,x

ETAG 001 ANNEX C 4.2.2 400 N Vsd,y

ETAG 001 ANNEX C 4.2.2 566 N Vsd

ETAG 001 ANNEX C 4.2.2 600 N Vsd,anchor

ETAG 001 ANNEX C 4.2.2 Vsd,critical anchor

ETAG 001 ANNEX C 4.2.2

ETAG 001 ANNEX C Figure 5.9 50 mm eV

ETAG 001 ANNEX C Figure 5.10

Nsd

Nsd,anchor

Nsd,critical anchor

ETAG 001 ANNEX C 4.2.1 50 mm eN,x

ETAG 001 ANNEX C 4.2.1 0 mm eN,y

400 N Msd

600 N Msd,anchor

#VALUE! Msd,critical anchor

ETA

Steel failure (ETAG 001, ANNEX C 5.2.2.2)

ETAG 001 ANNEX C 5.2.2.2 188,496 N

ETAG 001 ANNEX C 5.2.2.1 125,664 N

Pull-out failure (ETAG 001, ANNEX C 5.2.2.3)

ETAG 001 ANNEX C 5.2.2.1 0,000 N

Concrete cone failure (ETAG 001, ANNEX C 5.2.2.4)

ETAG 001 ANNEX C 5.2.2.4(a) 36,000 N

ETAG 001 ANNEX C 5.2.2.4(a) 7.2

ETAG 001 ANNEX C 5.2.2.4 9,975 N

ETAG 001 ANNEX C 5.2.2.1 6,650 N

FOR SPECIAL CASES WITH THREE EDGES OR MORE (ETAG 001, ANNEX C 5.2.2.4(f)

ETAG 001 ANNEX C 5.2.2.4 e 200 mm

ETAG 001 ANNEX C 5.2.2.4(f) 101,823 N

ETAG 001 ANNEX C 5.2.2.4(f) 600 mm

ETAG 001 ANNEX C 5.2.2.4(f) 300 mm

ETAG 001 ANNEX C 5.2.2.4(f) 1440000 mm

ETAG 001 ANNEX C 5.2.2.4(f) 245000 mm

ETAG 001 ANNEX C 5.2.2.4(f) 0.8

ETAG 001 ANNEX C 5.2.2.4(f) 1.0

ETAG 001 ANNEX C 5.2.2.4(f) 0.9

ETAG 001 ANNEX C 5.2.2.4(f) 1.0

ETAG 001 ANNEX C 5.2.2.4(f) 12,251 N

ETAG 001 ANNEX C 5.2.2.4(f) 8,167 N

Splitting failure due to anchor installation (ETAG 001, ANNEX C 5.2.2.5)

Splitting failure is avoided during anchor installation by complying with minimum value

ETAG 001 ANNEX C 5.2.2.5 0 mm

ETAG 001 ANNEX C 5.2.2.5 0 mm

ETAG 001 ANNEX C 5.2.2.5 0 mm

Splitting failure due to loading (ETAG 001, ANNEX C 5.2.2.6)

CRITERIA DISCRIBED IN ETAG 001, ANNEX C 5.2.2.6 (a)

1 c 1,2 ccr,sp

1 h hef Splitting faillure will not occur according

CRITERIA DISCRIBED IN ETAG 001, ANNEX C 5.2.2.6 (b)

Check manually if the criteria is met. If not proceed to splitting failure check

ETAG 001 ANNEX C 5.2.2.6 0 mm

ETAG 001 ANNEX C 5.2.2.6 10000 mm

ETAG 001 ANNEX C 5.2.2.6 #DIV/0!

ETAG 001 ANNEX C 5.2.2.6 1.0

ETAG 001 ANNEX C 5.2.2.6 #DIV/0!

ETAG 001 ANNEX C 5.2.2.6 #DIV/0!

ETAG 001 ANNEX C 5.2.2.6 #DIV/0!

ETAG 001 ANNEX C 5.2.2.4(f) #DIV/0!

ETAG 001 ANNEX C 5.2.2.4(f)

ETA

Steel failure (ETAG 001, ANNEX C 5.2.3.2)

ETAG 001 ANNEX C 5.2.3.2

normally it should be given in the 565487 Nmm

anchoring system ETA

ETAG 001 ANNEX C 5.2.3.2 (b) 565487 Nmm

ETAG 001 ANNEX C 5.2.3.2

(Given in the ETA) 75,398 N

Concrete pry-out failure (ETAG 001, ANNEX C 5.2.3.3)

ETAG 001 ANNEX C 5.2.3.3

normally it should be given in the 2

anchoring system ETA

ETAG 001 ANNEX C 5.2.3.2 19,950 N

ETAG 001 ANNEX C 5.2.3.1 13,300 N

Concrete edge failure (ETAG 001, ANNEX C 5.2.3.4)

ETAG 001 ANNEX C 5.2.3.4(a) 1.7

ETAG 001 ANNEX C 2.4

CAREFULL TO THE INPUT 100 mm

ETAG 001 ANNEX C 5.2.3.4(a) 0.058

ETAG 001 ANNEX C 5.2.3.4(a) 0.058

ETAG 001 ANNEX C 5.2.3.4(a) 68,640 N

ETAG 001 ANNEX C 5.2.3.4(b) 405000 mm

ETAG 001 ANNEX C 5.2.3.4(b) 157500 mm

ETAG 001 ANNEX C Figure 5.9

ETAG 001 ANNEX C Figure 5.10 45

ETAG 001 ANNEX C 5.2.3.4(d) 0.9

ETAG 001 ANNEX C 5.2.3.4 (e)

Be careful with the input 1.3

0.9

anchorage in non-cracked concrete and anchorage in cracked

concrete without edge reinforcement or stirrups

1.0

DESCRIPTION

Anchors' steel yield stress

Anchors' steel ultimate stress

Concrete state

Concrete class

Characteristic cube resistance of concrete

Modulus of elasticity

DESCRIPTION

Diameter of the anchor (d1) or the sleeve (dnom), whichever bears against the fixture

thickness of concrete member

Fixture plate thickness

Thickness of mortar under the fixture

Compression strength of the mortar under the fixture

Factor for the degree of restraint of the anchor at the side of the fixture

spacing for ensuring the transmission of the characteristic tensile resistance of a single anchor wi

and edge effects in case of concrete cone failure (design method A)

edge distance for ensuring the transmission of the characteristic tensile resistance of a single anc

spacing and edge effects in case of concrete cone failure (design method A)

edge distance in direction 1; in case of anchorages close to an edge loaded in shear c 1 is the ed

direction of the shear load (see Figure 2.1b and Figure 5.7)

Other edge distance in direction 1; in case of anchorages close to an edge loaded in shear c 1 is

distance in direction of the shear load (see Figure 2.1b and Figure 5.7)

In the area of the anchorage, is there reinforcement with 10 and spacing 100mm or any and spac

spacing for ensuring the transmission of the characteristic tensile resistance of a single anchor wi

edge distance for ensuring the transmission of the characteristic tensile resistance of a single anc

Minimum concrete thickness for wich the ccr,sp has been evaluated

Characteristic bending resistance of an individual anchor

Area of concrete of an individual anchor with large spacing and edge distance at the concrete surfa

Actual area of concrete cone of the anchorage at the concrete surface. It is limited by overlapping

Smallest edge distance

Maximum distance in case of three edges or more acc. To ETAG 001, Annex C 5.2.2.4 (f)

Factor for the distribution of the stresses in concrete due to edges of concrete member

Shell spalling factor, takes account of the effect of a reinforcement

Factor for different tension loads acting on the individual anchors of a group (x direction)

Factor for different tension loads acting on the individual anchors of a group (y direction)

Anchor area

Elastic section modulus calculated from the stressed cross section of steel

Factor for anchor fixing (lever arm calculation)

Distance between shear load and concrete surface (level arm calculation)

Level arm of shear loads

Type of shear loading of the anchor

Diameter of clearance hole in the fixture

1.5 c

Shear loading

Every kind (for shear

only)

2

Err:508

Mc

1.5

1.5 Msp

1.5 Mp

1.5 MS

DESCRIPTION

Design shear force in x direction

Design shear force in y direction

Design shear force

Design shear force for each anchor

Design shear force for the most critical anchor

Eccentricity of the shear force

Design tension force for each anchor

Design tension force for the most critical anchor

Eccentricity in one direction (x direction)

Eccentricity in other direction (y direction)

Design moment

Design moment for each anchor

Design moment for the most critical anchor

C 5.2.2)

188,496 N NRk,s

125,664 N NRk,s/Ms

NRk,s

NRk,s/Ms

36,000 N N0Rk,c

7.2 k1

9,975 N NRk,c

6,650 N NRk,c/Ms

ANNEX C 5.2.2.4(f)

200 mm h'ef

101,823 N N0Rk,c

600 mm s'cr,N

300 mm c'cr,N

1440000 mm A0c,N

245000 mm Ac,N

0.8 's,N

1.0 're,N

0.9 'ec,x,N

1.0 'ec,y,N

12,251 N N'Rk,c

8,167 N N'Rk,c/Ms

NNEX C 5.2.2.5)

complying with minimum values for edge distance cmin, spacing smin, member thickness hmin

cmin

smin

hmin

faillure will not occur according to ETAG 001, Annex C 5.2.2.6 (a)

0 mm A0c,N, splitting

10000 mm Ac,N, splitting

#DIV/0! s,N,sp

1.0 re,N,sp

#DIV/0! ec,x,N,sp

#DIV/0! ec,y,N,sp

#DIV/0! h,sp

#DIV/0! NRk,sp

#DIV/0! NRk,sp/Ms

75,398 N VRk,s

50,265 N VRk,s/Ms

2 k

19,950 N VRk,cp

13,300 N VRk,cp/Mc

100 mm lf

0.058

0.058

68,640 N V0Rk,c

405000 mm A0c,v

157500 mm Ac,v

45 V

0.8 s,V

0.9 h,V

1.3 ,V

0.9 ec,V

ete and anchorage in cracked

ment or stirrups 1

1.0 re,V

_=22[_10]^0,3

cone failure (design method A)

smission of the characteristic tensile resistance of a single anchor without

concrete cone failure (design method A)

ection 1

ection 2

e 2.1b and Figure 5.7)

d (see Figure 2.1b and Figure 5.7)

on 2 is perpendicular to direction 1

on of the characteristic tensile resistance of a single anchor without spacing and edge effects in case of split

smission of the characteristic tensile resistance of a single anchor without spacing and edge effects in case o

an individual anchor

hor with large spacing and edge distance at the concrete surface, idealizing the concrete cone as a pyramid

nchorage at the concrete surface. It is limited by overlapping concrete cones of adjoining anchors (s < scr,N

sses in concrete due to edges of concrete member

f the effect of a reinforcement

ng on the individual anchors of a group (x direction)

ng on the individual anchors of a group (y direction)

alculation)

ncrete surface (level arm calculation)

DESCRIPTION

Type of loading for the anchorage

Partial safety factor taking account of the installation safety of an _Mc=_c_1

anchor system

Partial factor for concrete cone failure, pry-out failure and concrete

edge failure

Partial factor for splitting failure

Partial factor for pull-out failure

cal anchor

tical anchor

DESCRIPTION

Desgin resistance of an anchor in case of steel failure

Desgin resistance of an anchor in case of steel failure

Initial value of the characteristic resistance in cone faillure of an anchor placed in cracked or non-c

Desgin resistance of an anchor in case of steel failure

Characteristic resistance in case of concrete cone faillure

Desgin resistance in case of concrete cone faillure

Effective depth for use in case of three edges or more acc. To ETAG 001, Annex C 5.2.2.4 (f)

Initial value of the characteristic resistance in cone faillure of an anchor placed in cracked or non-c

Spacing for ensuring the transmission of the characteristic tensile resistance of a single anchor wit

Edge distance for ensuring the transmission of the characteristic tensile resistance of a single anch

Area of concrete of an individual anchor with large spacing and edge distance at the concrete surfa

Actual area of concrete cone of the anchorage at the concrete surface. It is limited by overlapping

Factor for the distribution of the stresses in concrete due to edges of concrete member for use acc

Shell spalling factor, takes account of the effect of a reinforcement for use acc to ETAG 001, Annex

Factor for different tension loads acting on the individual anchors of a group (x direction) for use ac

Factor for different tension loads acting on the individual anchors of a group (y direction) for use ac

Characteristic resistance in case of concrete cone faillure for use acc to ETAG 001, Annex C 5.2.2.

Desgin resistance in case of concrete cone faillure for use acc to ETAG 001, Annex C 5.2.2.4 (f)

e distance cmin, spacing smin, member thickness hmin and reinforcement as given in the relevan

minimum allowable edge distance

minimum allowable spacing

minimum thickness of concrete member

Area of concrete of an individual anchor with large spacing and edge distance at the concrete surfa

Actual area of concrete cone of the anchorage at the concrete surface. It is limited by overlapping

Factor for the distribution of the stresses in concrete due to edges of concrete member for use for s

Shell spalling factor, takes account of the effect of a reinforcementfor use for splitting verification a

Factor for different tension loads acting on the individual anchors of a group (x direction) for use fo

Factor for different tension loads acting on the individual anchors of a group (y direction) for use fo

Factor to account for the influence of the actual member depth, h, on the splitting resistance for an

Characteristic resistance in case of splitting faillure for use acc to ETAG 001, Annex C 5.2.2.6

Desgin resistance in case of splitting faillure for use acc to ETAG 001, Annex C 5.2.2.6

DESCRIPTION

5.2.3.3

Shear resistance to pry-out

Desgin resistance in case of pry-out faillure for use acc to ETAG 001, Annex C 5.2.3.3

Factor for influence of cracked/non cracked concrete in concrete edge failure verification acc to ETA

effective length of anchor under shear loading. For bolts of uniform cross-section over their length

Factor for concrete edge failure verification acc to ETAG 001, Annex C 5.2.3.4

Factor for concrete edge failure verification acc to ETAG 001, Annex C 5.2.3.4

Initial value of the characteristic resistance of an anchor placed in cracked or non-cracked concrete

Area of concrete cone of an individual anchor at the lateral concrete surface not affected by edges

Actual area of concrete cone of anchorage at the lateral concrete surface for edge failure acc to ET

Factor that takes account of the disturbance of the distribution of stresses in the concrete

due to that

Factor further edges

takes of theofconcrete

account the fact member on theresistance

that the shear shear resistance

does not decrease proportionally to

the member thickness

Factor that takes account of the angle V between the load applied, VSd, and the direct

Factor that takes account of a group effect when different shear loads are acting on the individual a

Factor that takes account of the effect of the type of reinforcement used in cracked concrete

1

EQUATION

_=22[_10]^0,3

Individual anchor at the edge of concrete member Group of two anchors at t

thout spacing and edge effects in case of splitting failure (design method A)

ealizing the concrete cone as a pyramid with a height equal to hef and a base length equal to scr,N

te cones of adjoining anchors (s < scr,N) as well as by edges of the concrete member (c < ccr,N)

EQUATION

_Mc=_c_1

_=1,5

EQUATION

EQUATION

of an anchor placed in cracked or non-cracked concrete

tensile resistance of a single anchor without spacing and edge effects in case of concrete cone failure (desig

eristic tensile resistance of a single anchor without spacing and edge effects in case of concrete cone failure

and edge distance at the concrete surface, idealizing the concrete cone as a pyramid with a height equal to

ete surface. It is limited by overlapping concrete cones of adjoining anchors (s < scr,N) as well as by edges o

edges of concrete member for use acc to ETAG 001, Annex C 5.2.2.4 (f)

cement for use acc to ETAG 001, Annex C 5.2.2.4 (f)

nchors of a group (x direction) for use acc to ETAG 001, Annex C 5.2.2.4 (f)

nchors of a group (y direction) for use acc to ETAG 001, Annex C 5.2.2.4 (f)

or use acc to ETAG 001, Annex C 5.2.2.4 (f)

acc to ETAG 001, Annex C 5.2.2.4 (f)

and edge distance at the concrete surface, idealizing the concrete cone as a pyramid with a height equal to

ete surface. It is limited by overlapping concrete cones of adjoining anchors (s < scr,N) as well as by edges o

edges of concrete member for use for splitting verification acc to ETAG 001, Annex C 5.2.2.6

cementfor use for splitting verification acc to ETAG 001, Annex C 5.2.2.6

nchors of a group (x direction) for use for splitting verification acc to ETAG 001, Annex C 5.2.2.6

nchors of a group (y direction) for use for splitting verification acc to ETAG 001, Annex C 5.2.2.6

epth, h, on the splitting resistance for anchors according to current experience

acc to ETAG 001, Annex C 5.2.2.6

ETAG 001, Annex C 5.2.2.6

f uniform cross-section over their lengths the value of hef has to be used as effective anchorage depth, and

1, Annex C 5.2.3.4

1, Annex C 5.2.3.4

aced in cracked or non-cracked concrete and loaded perpendicular to the edge for edge failure acc to ETAG 0

concrete surface not affected by edges parallel to the assumed loading direction, member thickness or adj

ncrete surface for edge failure acc to ETAG 001, Annex C 5.2.3.4

resistance

nce does not decrease proportionally to

he load applied, VSd, and the direction perpendicular to the free edge of the concrete member

hear loads are acting on the individual anchors of a group

Group of two anchors at the edge of concrete member group of four anchors at a corner of con

gth equal to scr,N

mber (c < ccr,N)

concrete cone failure (design method A) for use acc to ETAG 001, Annex C 5.2.2.4 (f)

ase of concrete cone failure (design method A) for use acc to ETAG 001, Annex C 5.2.2.4 (f)

amid with a height equal to hef and a base length equal to scr,N

scr,N) as well as by edges of the concrete member (c < ccr,N)

amid with a height equal to hef and a base length equal to scr,N for use for splitting verification acc to ETAG

scr,N) as well as by edges of the concrete member (c < ccr,N) for use for splitting verification acc to ETAG 00

nex C 5.2.2.6

nnex C 5.2.2.6

nnex C 5.2.2.6

ctive anchorage depth, and for anchors with several sleeves and throats of cross-section, for example, only t

r edge failure acc to ETAG 001, Annex C 5.2.3.4

n, member thickness or adjacent anchors for edge failure acc to ETAG 001, Annex C 5.2.3.4

concrete member

s at a corner of concrete member

rification acc to ETAG 001, Annex C 5.2.2.6

cation acc to ETAG 001, Annex C 5.2.2.6

on, for example, only the length from the concrete surface up to the relevant sleeve would govern.

uld govern.

a

A0c,N

A0c,N, splitting

a1

a2

a3

Ac,N

Ac,N, splitting

As

b

c

c

c'1

c1

c'2

c2

ccr

ccr,N

c'cr,N

ccr,sp

cmax

cmin

d

d1

df

dnom

dnom

do

e1

Ecm

eN,x

eN,y

fc,mortar

fck,cube

fuk

fyk

h

h'ef

hef

hmin

k

k1

l

lf

M0rk,s

Mrk,s

Msd

Msd,anchor

Msd,critical anchor

N0Rk,c

NRk,c

N'Rk,c

N'Rk,c/Ms

NRk,p

NRk,s

NRk,sp

NRk,sp/Ms

Nsd

Nsd,anchor

Nsd,critical anchor

s

s1

s2

scr

scr,N

s'cr,N

scr,sp

smin

tfix

tmortar

VRk,cp

VRk,cp/Mc

VRk,s

Vsd

Vsd,anchor

Vsd,critical anchor

Vsd,x

Vsd,x,critical anchor

Vsd,y

Vsd,y,critical anchor

Wel

2

c

Mc

Mp

MS

Msp

ec,x,N

'ec,x,N

ec,x,N,sp

ec,y,N

'ec,y,N

ec,y,N,sp

h,sp

re,N

're,N

re,N,sp

s,N

's,N

s,N,sp

VRk,c

V0Rk,c

k1,edge failure

A0c,v

Ac,v

s,V

h,V

,V

ec,V

re,V

eV

V

spacing between outer anchors of adjoining groups or between single anchors

Area of concrete of an individual anchor with large spacing and edge distance at the concrete surfa

equal to hef and a base length equal to s cr,N

Area of concrete of an individual anchor with large spacing and edge distance at the concrete surfa

equal to hef and a base length equal to s cr,N for use for splitting verification acc to ETAG 001, Annex

spacing between outer anchors of adjoining groups or between single anchors in direction 1

spacing between outer anchors of adjoining groups or between single anchors in direction 2

Factor for anchor fixing (lever arm calculation)

Actual area of concrete cone of the anchorage at the concrete surface. It is limited by overlapping

Actual area of concrete cone of the anchorage at the concrete surface. It is limited by overlapping

Anchor area

width of concrete member

Smallest edge distance

edge distance

Other edge distance in direction 1; in case of anchorages close to an edge loaded in shear c 1 is

edge distance in direction 1; in case of anchorages close to an edge loaded in shear c 1 is the ed

Other edge distance in direction 2; direction 2 is perpendicular to direction 1

edge distance in direction 2; direction 2 is perpendicular to direction 1

edge distance for ensuring the transmission of the characteristic resistance (design methods B an

edge distance for ensuring the transmission of the characteristic tensile resistance of a single anc

Edge distance for ensuring the transmission of the characteristic tensile resistance of a single anch

edge distance for ensuring the transmission of the characteristic tensile resistance of a single anc

Maximum distance in case of three edges or more acc. To ETAG 001, Annex C 5.2.2.4 (f)

minimum allowable edge distance

diameter of anchor bolt or thread diameter

Diameter of the anchor

Diameter of clearance hole in the fixture

Diameter of the sleeve

outside diameter of anchor

drill hole diameter

Distance between shear load and concrete surface (level arm calculation)

Modulus of elasticity

Eccentricity in one direction (x direction)

Eccentricity in other direction (y direction)

Compression strength of the mortar under the fixture

Characteristic cube resistance of concrete

Anchors' steel ultimate stress

Anchors' steel yield stress

thickness of concrete member

Effective depth for use in case of three edges or more acc. To ETAG 001, Annex C 5.2.2.4 (f)

effective anchorage depth

minimum thickness of concrete member

Factro for concrete pry-out failure acc to ETAG 001, Annex C 5.2.3.3

Factor for influence of cracked/non cracked concrete in cone faillure verification

Level arm of shear loads

effective length of anchor under shear loading. For bolts of uniform cross-section over their length

Characteristic bending resistance of an individual anchor

Design moment

Design moment for each anchor

Design moment for the most critical anchor

Initial value of the characteristic resistance in cone faillure of an anchor placed in cracked or non-c

Characteristic resistance in case of concrete cone faillure

Characteristic resistance in case of concrete cone faillure for use acc to ETAG 001, Annex C 5.2.2.

Desgin resistance in case of concrete cone faillure for use acc to ETAG 001, Annex C 5.2.2.4 (f)

Characteristic resistance in case of faillure by pull-out

Characteristic resistance of an anchor in case of steel failure

Characteristic resistance in case of splitting faillure for use acc to ETAG 001, Annex C 5.2.2.6

Desgin resistance in case of splitting faillure for use acc to ETAG 001, Annex C 5.2.2.6

Design tension force

Design tension force for each anchor

Design tension force for the most critical anchor

spacing of anchors in a group

spacing of anchors in a group in direction 1

spacing of anchors in a group in direction 2

spacing for ensuring the transmission of the characteristic resistance (design methods B and C)

spacing for ensuring the transmission of the characteristic tensile resistance of a single anchor wi

Spacing for ensuring the transmission of the characteristic tensile resistance of a single anchor wit

spacing for ensuring the transmission of the characteristic tensile resistance of a single anchor wi

minimum allowable spacing

Fixture plate thickness

Thickness of mortar under the fixture

Shear resistance to pry-out

Desgin resistance in case of pry-out faillure for use acc to ETAG 001, Annex C 5.2.3.3

Characteristic resistance of an anchor in case of steel failure

Design shear force

Design shear force for each anchor

Design shear force for the most critical anchor

Design shear force in x direction

Design shear force for the most critical anchor at x direction

Design shear force in y direction

Design shear force for the most critical anchor at y direction

Elastic section modulus calculated from the stressed cross section of steel

Factor for the degree of restraint of the anchor at the side of the fixture

Partial safety factor taking account of the installation safety of an anchor system

Partial safety factor for concrete

Partial factor for concrete cone failure, pry-out failure and concrete edge failure

Partial factor for pull-out failure

partial safety factor for steel failure

Partial factor for splitting failure

Factor for different tension loads acting on the individual anchors of a group (x direction)

Factor for different tension loads acting on the individual anchors of a group (x direction) for use ac

Factor for different tension loads acting on the individual anchors of a group (x direction) for use fo

Factor for different tension loads acting on the individual anchors of a group (y direction)

Factor for different tension loads acting on the individual anchors of a group (y direction) for use ac

Factor for different tension loads acting on the individual anchors of a group (y direction) for use fo

Factor to account for the influence of the actual member depth, h, on the splitting resistance for an

Shell spalling factor, takes account of the effect of a reinforcement

Shell spalling factor, takes account of the effect of a reinforcement for use acc to ETAG 001, Annex

Shell spalling factor, takes account of the effect of a reinforcementfor use for splitting verification a

Factor for the distribution of the stresses in concrete due to edges of concrete member

Factor for the distribution of the stresses in concrete due to edges of concrete member for use acc

Factor for the distribution of the stresses in concrete due to edges of concrete member for use for s

Characteristic resistance for an anchor or an anchor group in the case of concrete edge failure

Initial value of the characteristic resistance of an anchor placed in cracked or non-cracked concrete

Factor for influence of cracked/non cracked concrete in concrete edge failure verification acc to ETA

Factor for concrete edge failure verification acc to ETAG 001, Annex C 5.2.3.4

Factor for concrete edge failure verification acc to ETAG 001, Annex C 5.2.3.4

Area of concrete cone of an individual anchor at the lateral concrete surface not affected by edges

Actual area of concrete cone of anchorage at the lateral concrete surface for edge failure acc to ET

Factor that takes account of the disturbance of the distribution of stresses in the concrete

due to further edges of the concrete member on the shear resistance

Factor that takes account of the fact that the shear resistance does not decrease proportionally to

the member thickness

Factor that takes account of the angle V between the load applied, VSd, and the direct

Factor that takes account of a group effect when different shear loads are acting on the individual a

Factor that takes account of the effect of the type of reinforcement used in cracked concrete

Eccentricity of the shear force

Angle of shear force

l as by edges of the concrete member (c < ccr,N)

l as by edges of the concrete member (c < ccr,N) for use for splitting verification acc to ETAG 001, Annex C 5

2.1b and Figure 5.7)

ete cone failure (design method A) for use acc to ETAG 001, Annex C 5.2.2.4 (f)

ting failure (design method A)

rage depth, and for anchors with several sleeves and throats of cross-section, for example, only the length fr

ne failure (design method A) for use acc to ETAG 001, Annex C 5.2.2.4 (f)

ilure (design method A)

re acc to ETAG 001, Annex C 5.2.3.4

thickness or adjacent anchors for edge failure acc to ETAG 001, Annex C 5.2.3.4

ETAG 001, Annex C 5.2.2.6

ple, only the length from the concrete surface up to the relevant sleeve would govern.

Type of loading

TENSION LOADING

TENSION LOADING

TENSION LOADING

SHEAR LOADING

TYPE OF LOADING

Tension loading

Shear loading

Name

C12/15

C16/20

C20/25

C25/30

C30/37

C35/45

C40/50

C50/60

External diameter d1 or dnom

6 mm

8 mm

10 mm

12 mm

14 mm

16 mm

18 mm

20 mm

22 mm

24 mm

27 mm

30 mm

Anchorage type

Individual anchor at the edge of concrete member

Group of two anchors at the edge of concrete member

group of four anchors at a corner of concrete member

Effect of the type of reinforcement used in cracked concrete

Anchorage in non-cracked concrete and anchorage in cracked concrete w

Anchorage in cracked concrete with straight edge reinforcement (> 12 mm)

Anchorage in cracked concrete with edge reinforcement and closely spaced stirrups (a

Installation safety level Factor 2

systems with high installation

safety 1

systems with normal installation

safety 1.2

acceptable installation safety 1.4

12.0 Mpa 15.0 Mpa 20.0 Mpa

16.0 Mpa 20.0 Mpa 24.0 Mpa

20.0 Mpa 25.0 Mpa 28.0 Mpa

25.0 Mpa 30.0 Mpa 33.0 Mpa

30.0 Mpa 37.0 Mpa 38.0 Mpa

35.0 Mpa 45.0 Mpa 43.0 Mpa

40.0 Mpa 50.0 Mpa 48.0 Mpa

50.0 Mpa 60.0 Mpa 58.0 Mpa

Diameter df of clearance

hole in the fixture

7 mm

9 mm

12 mm

14 mm

16 mm

18 mm

20 mm

22 mm

24 mm

26 mm

30 mm

33 mm

number

1

2

3

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