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Company Tecnoconsult

Project FCCU'S WET GAS SCRUBBERS Project # 100.4000

Subject FOUNDATION PIPE RACK CAUSTIC DAY TANK

Name F.O. Date 10/8/2004 Sheet Number 1

Checked by A.C. Check Date Total Sheets 1

Note: Calculations are per ACI 318-02 Appendix D. Ductility required? Tension Yes Shear Yes

Nu and Vu were factored using factors from ACI 318-02? Section 9.2 Intermediate or high seismic risk? No

Factored tensile load (kips) = N u = 10.22 Specified concrete strength (psi) = f' c = 4000

Factored shear load (kips) = Vu = perpendicular to edge 4.99 Cracking

Is there a built-up grout pad? Yes modification 1.4 - Located in region where there isn't cracking at service loads (ft < fr)

factor,Y7

ANCHOR DATA, EMBEDMENT, AND THICKNESS OF MEMBER

Anchor material type = A307-Type C, Fu = 58 Adequate supplementary reinf. provided to resist tension loads in anchors? Yes

Nominal anchor diameter (in.) = 1 Adequate reinforcement provided to resist shear loads in anchors? Yes

#NAME? 18.00 = hef ECCENTRICITY

Thickness of member in which anchor is anchored, (in.) = h 50.00 = h Eccentricity of tensile force on group of tensile anchors (in.)

Number of anchors in tension = n (tension) = 4 eN ' = 0 (0=single anchor)

Number of anchors in shear = n (shear) = 4 Eccentricity of shear force on group of anchors (in.)

CONCRETE FAILURE AREAS (Note ev' must be less than s perpendicular to shear) eV'= 0

Do you want to manually input the value of A n? No

no EDGE DISTANCES AND SPACING

An = 200 TENSION SHEAR

Note: Units for An and Av are sq. in.

An= #NAME? Edge Distance, in. Spacing, in. Edge Distance, in. Spacing, in.

Do you want to manually input the value of A v? No

no c1 = 6.0 c3 = 6.0 s1 = 6.0 c1 = 6.0 s2 = 6.0

Av = 2000 c2 = 6.0 c4 = 6.0 s2 = 6.0 c2 = 6.0

c1

NU Av= #NAME? c4 = 6.0

1.5hef c1 = minimum edge distance c1 = edge distance in direction of V n (perp.)

1.5hef 35o

1

1.5c

VU (perpendicular)

c1 s1 c3 c1

1

VU

h or 1.5c

hef

4

1

VU (parallel)

4

c 2s 2 c

1.5c

35o VU c1

c 2 s 2c

c4 s2 c2

Breakout cone for tension Breakout cone for shear

SUMMARY OF RESULTS

DUCTILITY INTERACTION OF TENSILE AND SHEAR FORCES RESULTS

Err:504 fNn = #NAME? #NAME? #NAME? Using supplemental reinf to carry Tension

Err:504 fVn = #NAME? #NAME? #NAME? Using supplemental reinf to carry Shear

Err:504 Nu/(fNn) + Vu/(fVn) = #NAME? ### ### ### Err:504

Err:504 Err:504

Err:504

Anchor Bolt Design Spreadsheet PIP STE05121

Revision 0a, April 2003 Output January 2003

Project FCCU'S WET GAS SCRUBBERS Project # 100.4000

Subject FOUNDATION PIPE RACK CAUSTIC DAY TANK

Name F.O. Date 10/8/2004

Checked by A.C. Check Date

BOLT PARAMETERS

Grade A307-Type C, Fu = 58 fy 36 ksi hef 18.00 in.

Size 1 in. fut 58 ksi n(tension) 4

do 1.000 in. Ase 0.606 sq. in. n(shear) 4

Ab 1.501 sq. in.

LOAD FACTORS Err:504 ADEQUATE SUPPL REINF PROVIDED TO RESIST TENSION

TENSILE LOAD, Nu 10.2 kips ADEQUATE REINF PROVIDED TO RESIST SHEAR

SHEAR LOAD, Vu 5.0 kips

DESIGN CONSIDERATIONS

DUCTILITY REQD IN TENSION CONCRETE STRENGTH, f'c #NAME?

DUCTILITY REQD FOR SHEAR CRACKING MOD FACTOR, Y7 1.4

LOW SEISMIC RISK GROUT PAD

ECCENTRICITIES eN' = 0.00 in. eV' = 0.00 in.

STEEL STRENGTH Ns 140.6 kips STEEL STRENGTH Vs 67.5 kips

CONCRETE BREAKOUT

CONCRETE BREAKOUT STRENGTH OF ANCHOR,

STRENGTH OF Perpendicular to edge

ANCHOR(S) Ncb or Ncbg #NAME? Vcb or Vcbg #NAME?

OF ANCHOR(S) nNpn #NAME? STRENGTH OF ANCHOR Vcp #NAME?

CONCRETE SIDE-FACE

BLOWOUT STRENGTH

OF HEADED Nsb or Nsbg

ANCHOR(S) (governing) #NAME?

FAILURE AREAS TENSION

Steel Capacity #NAME?

TENSION SHEAR Concrete Capacity #NAME?

c1 #NAME? #NAME? Err:504

c2 #NAME? #NAME? SHEAR

c3 #NAME? Steel Capacity #NAME?

c4 #NAME? #NAME? Concrete Capacity #NAME?

s1 #NAME? Err:504

s2 #NAME? #NAME? INTERACTION OF TENSILE AND SHEAR FORCES

An or Av #NAME? #NAME? #NAME? = fNn* #NAME? #NAME?

Calculated Calculated #NAME? = fVn* #NAME? #NAME?

Nu/(fNn*) + Vu/(fVn*) = #NAME? #NAME?

Err:504

*Multiplied by 0.75 if intermediate or high seismic area

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Process Industry Practices

Anchor Bolt Design Spreadsheet PIP STE05121

Revision 0a, April 2003 January 2003

c1 s1 c3

4

Direction of load

c

2

s

c2

Notes:

1. Determinations concerning fitness for purpose and particular matters or application of the Practice

to particular project or engineering situations should not be made solely on information contained

in these materials. All Practices or guidelines are intended to be consistent with applicable laws

and regulations including OSHA requirements. To the extent these Practices or guidelines should

conflict with OSHA or other applicable laws or regulations, such laws or regulations must be

followed. Consult an appropriate professional before applying or acting on any material contained

in or suggested by the Practice.

2. This spreadsheet has been developed utilizing ACI 318-02 Appendix D and PIP STE05121. It will

give shear and tensile capacities of an anchor or anchor group and the concrete around the

anchor or anchor group. It will also let the user know if the anchor configuration is ductile (refer to

PIP STE05121, section 6). The user needs to use this spreadsheet in combination with ACI 318-

02 Appendix D and PIP STE05121. This spreadsheet merely saves the user time in laborious

calculations but is no substitute for the engineer’s expertise.

3. The spreadsheet works for any number of bolts in tension and/or shear.

4. For 1, 2, or 4 bolts in a rectangular pattern, this spreadsheet will calculate A n and Av. For other

numbers of bolts and bolt patterns, the user needs to calculate and input A n and Av.

5. For tensile loads, if the user has 1, 2, or 4 bolts in a rectangular pattern, the user should provide c 1

through c4 and s1 and s2. For 1 bolt, s1 and s2 should be input as 0 (zero). For 2 bolts, either s 1 or

s2 should be input as 0. Note: Only the bolts in tension shall be considered. If there are bolts in

shear only, ignore them.

6. For shear loads c1, c2, c4 and s2 are required inputs. c1 could be different for shear than for

tension. Note: Only the bolts in shear shall be considered. If there are bolts in tension only ignore

them. If there is only one bolt (or 2 bolts in line of load), s2 = 0.

7. If the user is using rebar to resist either tensile or shear loads applied to the anchor, this needs to

be indicated in the spreadsheet. The rebar needs to develop the required strength in accordance

with ACI 318. See Section 7 of PIP STE05121.

8. If reinforcement is provided to resist tension, then the concrete breakout strength of the anchor in

tension will not be used in checking the anchor size. Furthermore, if a ductile material is specified

for the anchor, the anchor is automatically ductile in tension.

9. If reinforcement is provided to resist shear, then the concrete breakout strength of the anchor in

shear and the concrete pryout strength of the anchor in shear will not be used in checking the

anchor size. Furthermore, if a ductile material is specified for the anchor, the anchor is

automatically ductile in shear.

PIP STE05121

Anchor Bolt Design Spreadsheet

Revision 0a, April 2003

Calculations January 2003

do = 1.000 in. Ase = 0.606 sq. in. fy = 36 ksi nt(tension) = 4

hef = 18.0 in. Abrg = 1.501 sq. in. fut = 58 ksi nv(shear) = 4

Note: Figures in parenthesis and in red refer to equations or paragraphs in ACI 318-02, Appendix D.

Steel Strength in Tension: Ns = nAsefut (fut < 1.9fy and fut < 125 ksi) = 140.6 kips (D-3)

AN(calc) = #NAME? Use AN = #NAME? ANo = 9hef2 = #NAME? (D-6)

hef(max) = #NAME? Use hef = #NAME? (D.5.2.3)

Y1 = [1/(1 + 2eN'/3hef) <= 1] = #NAME? (D-9)

cmin = #NAME? Y2 = #NAME? (D-10 or D-11)

Y3 = 1.25 (D.5.2.6) Nb = #NAME? (D-7 or D-8)

Ncb or Ncbg = (AN/ANo)Y1Y2Y3Nb = #NAME? (D-4 or D-5)

PROVIDE REBAR TO CARRY TENSION, CHECK REBAR EMBEDMENT ON EITHER SIDE OF CRACK

Y4 = 1.4 (D.5.3.6) Np = Abrg8f'c = #NAME? (D-13)

For n bolts, nNpn = nY4Np = #NAME? (D-12)

c = #NAME? c2 = #NAME? c2/c = #NAME? ###

#NAME?

Nsb = 160c(Abrg)0.5(f'c)0.5 = #NAME? (D-15) Nsb (modified) = #NAME? (D.5.4.1)

#NAME?

Nsbg = (1+so/6c)Nsb = #NAME? (D-16)

Nsb or Nsbg (governing) = #NAME?

Vs = nAse(0.6 fut)*(0.8 if there is a grout pad) = 67.5 kips (D-18 & D.6.1.3)

1. Concrete breakout strength of anchor in shear:

Av(calc) = #NAME? Use Av = #NAME? Avo = 4.5c12 = #NAME? (D-22)

AV (max) = nAVo = #NAME? (D.6.2.1) Use min Av = #NAME?

l = min (8do and hef) = 8.0 in. (D.0 - Notation for l)

PIP STE05121

Anchor Bolt Design Spreadsheet

Revision 0a, April 2003

Calculations January 2003

Vb = 7(l/do)0.2(do)0.5(f'c)0.5(c1)1.5 = #NAME? (D-23)

Y5 = 1/(1 + 2eV'/3c1) <= 1 = #NAME? (D-25)

Y6 = [0.7+0.3(c2/(1.5c1) if c2 < 1.5c1, 1.0 if c2 >= 1.5c1] = #NAME? (D-26 [Errata] or D-27)

Y7 = 1.4 (D.6.2.7)

Vcb or Vcbg = (AV/AVo)Y5Y6Y7Vb = #NAME? (D-20 or D-21) Shear perpendicular to edge <------- Applies

#NAME? (D-20 or D-21) Shear parallel to edge <-------- NA

PROVIDE REBAR TO CARRY SHEAR, CHECK REBAR EMBEDMENT ON EITHER SIDE OF CRACK

2. Concrete pryout strength of anchor in shear:

kcp = 2 (D.6.3.1) Ncb = #NAME? (D-4)

Vcp = kcpNcb = #NAME? (D-28)

PROVIDE REBAR TO CARRY SHEAR, CHECK REBAR EMBEDMENT ON EITHER SIDE OF CRACK

Summary of Results:

Tension: f for steel = Err:504 f for concrete = Err:504 Err:504

Steel capacity = fNn[*0.75 if inter. or high seismic risk] = Err:504 (D.3.3)

Concrete capacity = fNn[*0.75 if inter. or high seismic risk] = Err:504 (D.3.3) Ductility?

Governing mode of concrete failure: #NAME? Tension Err:504

Err:504

Err:504

Shear: f for steel = Err:504 f for concrete = Err:504 Err:504

Steel capacity = fVn[*0.75 if inter. or high seismic risk] = Err:504 (D.3.3)

Conc. capacity = fVn[*0.75 if inter. or high seismic risk] = Err:504 (D.3.3) Shear Err:504

Governing mode of concrete failure: #NAME?

Err:504

Err:504

Interaction of tensile and shear forces: (D.7)

fNn = Err:504 fVn = Err:504

0.2fNn = Err:504 0.2fVn = Err:504

Nu = 10.2 kips Vu = 5.0 kips

Nu/(fNn) = Err:504 Vu/(fVn) = Err:504

Applicable equation = Err:504 Err:504 Err:504

PIP STE05121

Anchor Bolt Design Spreadsheet

Revision 0a, April 2003

Calculations January 2003

Supplementary Calculations

input If < 1.5 hef, 1, else 0 Find cmax

Edge distance (c1) = #NAME? #NAME? #NAME?

Edge distance (c2) = #NAME? #NAME? #NAME?

Edge distance (c3) = #NAME? #NAME? #NAME?

Edge distance (c4) = #NAME? #NAME? #NAME?

Total sides < 1.5 hef = #NAME?

cmax = #NAME?

Anchor spacing (s1) = #NAME?

Anchor spacing (s2) = #NAME?

input If < 1.5 hef, 1, else 0

Edge distance (c1) = #NAME? #NAME?

Edge distance (c2) = #NAME? #NAME?

Edge distance (c4) = #NAME? #NAME?

Total sides < 1.5 hef = #NAME?

Anchor spacing (s2) = 6

PIP STE05121

Anchor Bolt Design Spreadsheet

Revision 0a, April 2003

Tables January 2003

Anchor Material Type Ductile?

Size Size ksi ksi

1 A307-Type A 4 0 60 Yes

2 A307-Type C 4 36 58 Yes

3 A36 8 36 58 Yes

4 F1554 Gr 36 2 36 58 Yes

5 F1554 Gr 55 2 55 75 Yes

6 F1554 Gr 105 2 105 125 Yes

7 A 193 Gr B7 2.5 105 125 Yes

8 A 193 Gr B7 2.51 4 95 115 Yes

9 A 193 Gr B7 4.01 7 75 100 Yes

10 A354 Gr BC 4 109 125 Yes

11 A354 Gr BD 4 130 150 Yes

12 A449 1 92 120 Yes

13 A449 1.01 1.5 81 105 Yes

14 A449 1.51 3 58 90 Yes

1 A307, Type A, Fu = 60 1

2 A307-Type C, Fu = 58 2

3 A36, Fu = 58 3 Row = 2 Adequate Reinforcement Provided to Resist Tension Loads in Anchors?

4 F1554 Gr 36 4 User's answer = 1 = yes

5 F1554 Gr 55 5 fy = 36

MUST CHECK CONCRETE for ....

6 F1554 Gr 105 6

7 A193 Gr B7 7 fut = 58 2. Pullout strength of anchor

8 A354 Gr BC 9 3. Concrete side-face blowout strength of headed anchor

9 A354 Gr BD 10 Ductile anchor bolt mat'l The anchor is automatically DUCTILE for tension and

Yes phi factor (D.4.4) = 0.75.

10 A449 12

Bolt Type Used: 2 do = 1 inch

Adequate Reinforcement Provided to Resist Shear Loads in Anchors?

Bolt Diameter: 5 do Ase Abrg* User's answer = 1 = yes

1 1/2 0.500 0.142 0.467

2 5/8 0.625 0.226 0.671 The anchor is automatically DUCTILE for shear and

3 3/4 0.750 0.334 0.911 phi factor (D.4.4) = 0.75.

4 7/8 0.875 0.462 1.188

5 1 1.000 0.606 1.501

PIP STE05121

Anchor Bolt Design Spreadsheet

Revision 0a, April 2003

Tables January 2003

7 1 1/4 1.250 0.969 2.237

8 1 3/8 1.375 1.160 2.659

9 1 1/2 1.500 1.410 3.118 Load Combinations per

10 1 3/4 1.750 1.900 4.144 ACI ……....….(D 4.4) 1 Section 9.2

11 2 2.000 2.500 5.316 (D 4.5) 2 Appendix C

12 2 1/4 2.250 3.250 6.633 1

13 2 1/2 2.500 4.000 8.095

14 2 3/4 2.750 4.930 9.703 Perpendicular or 1

15 3 3.000 5.970 11.456 parallel to edge? perpendicular to edge

16 4 4.000 11.080 19.923 (D.6.2.1 (a), (b), or (c)) parallel to edge

* Heavy Hex

Ductility Required for Intermediate or High Ductility Required for

Tension?

1 Seismic Risk?

2 1

Shear?

1 Yes 1 Yes 1 Yes

2 No 2 No 2 No

1 Yes 1 1.0 1.0 - No edge reinf or edge reinf rebar < #4

2 No 2 1.2 1.2 - Edge reinf rebar >= #4

3 1.4 1.4 - Edge reinf rebar >=#4 + stirrups @ <= 4 in.

4 1.4 1.4 - Located in region where there isn't cracking at service loads (ft < fr)

Concrete Failure Modes Capacity (kips)

1 Concrete breakout strength of anchor in tension #NAME? 1 Applicable Interaction Equation

2 Pullout strength of fastener in tension #NAME? 2 1 (D-1) fNn >= Nu

3 Concrete side-face blowout strength of anchor in tension #NAME? 3 2 (D-2) fVn >= Vu

4 Concrete breakout strength of anchor in shear #NAME? 4 3 (D-29) Nu/(fNn) + Vu/(fVn) <= 1.2

5 Concrete pryout strength of anchor in shear #NAME? 5

Use Equation Err:504

Governing Tension Concrete Capacity = #NAME? Manual

Concrete Failure Mode for Tension = #NAME? An 2 Manual Av 2

1 Yes 1 Yes

Governing Shear Concrete Capacity = #NAME? 2 No 2 No

Concrete Failure Mode for Shear = #NAME?

PIP STE05121

Anchor Bolt Design Spreadsheet

Revision 0a, April 2003

Glossary January 2003

ANo projected concrete failure area of one anchor, for calculation of strength in tension, when not

limited by edge distance

AN projected concrete failure area of an anchor or group of anchors, for calculation of strength in

tension

Ase effective cross-sectional area of anchor, in.2

AVo projected concrete failure area of one anchor, for calculation of strength in shear, when not limited

by corner influences, spacing, or member thickness

AV Projected concrete failure area of an anchor or group of anchors, for calculation of strength in

shear

c distance from center of an anchor shaft to the edge of concrete, in.

c1 distance from center of an anchor shaft to the edge of concrete in one direction, in. Where shear

force is applied to anchor, c1 is in the direction of the shear force. For tension, c 1 is the minimum

edge distance.

c2

distance from center of an anchor shaft to the edge of concrete in the direction orthogonal to c 1, in.

cmax the largest of the edge distances that are less than or equal to 1.5h ef, in. (used only for the case of

3 or 4 edges).

cmin the smallest of the edge distances that are less than or equal to 1.5h ef, in.

do shaft diameter of anchor bolt, in.

du diameter of head of stud or anchor bolt or equivalent diameter of effective perimeter of an added

plate or washer at the head of the anchor, in.

eN' eccentricity of normal force on a group of anchors; the distance between the resultant tension load

on a group of anchors and the centroid of the group of anchors loaded in tension, in.

eV' eccentricity of shear force on a group of anchors; the distance between the point of shear force

application and the centroid of the group of anchors resisting shear in the direction of the applied

shear, in.

f'c specified compressive strength of concrete, psi

fct specified tensile strength of concrete, psi

fr modulus of rupture of concrete, psi

ft calculated tensile stress in a region of a member, psi

fy specified yield strength of anchor steel, psi

fut specified tensile strength of anchor steel, psi

h thickness of member in which an anchor is anchored measured parallel to anchor axis, in.

hef effective anchor embedment depth, in.

k coefficient for basic concrete breakout strength in tension

kcp coefficient for pryout strength

l load bearing length of anchor for shear, not to exceed 8d o, in.; hef for anchors with a constant

stiffness over the full length of the embedded section, such as headed studs.

n number of anchors in a group

Nb basic concrete breakout strength in tension of a single anchor in cracked concrete, lb.

Ncb nominal concrete breakout strength in tension of a single anchor, lb.

Ncbg nominal concrete breakout strength in tension of a group of anchors, lb.

Nn nominal strength in tension, lb.

Np pullout strength in tension of a single anchor in cracked concrete, lb.

PIP STE05121

Anchor Bolt Design Spreadsheet

Revision 0a, April 2003

Glossary January 2003

Nsb side-face blowout strength of a single anchor, lb.

Nsbg side-face blowout strength of a group of anchors, lb.

Ns nominal strength of a single anchor in tension as governed by the steel strength, lb.

Nu factored tensile load, lb.

s anchor center-to-center spacing, in.

so spacing of the outer anchors along the edge in a group, in.

t thickness of washer or plate, in.

Vb basic concrete breakout strength in shear of a single anchor in cracked concrete, lb.

Vcb nominal concrete breakout strength in shear of a single anchor, lb.

Vcbg nominal concrete breakout strength in shear of a group of anchors, lb.

Vn nominal strength in shear, lb.

Vp pullout strength in shear of a single anchor in cracked concrete, lb.

Vpn nominal pullout strength in shear of a single anchor, lb.

Vsb side-face blowout strength of a single anchor, lb.

Vsbg side-face blowout strength of a group of anchors, lb.

Vs nominal strength of a single anchor in shear as governed by the steel strength, lb.

Vu factored tensile load, lb.

f strength reduction factor

Y1 modification factor, for strength in tension, to account for anchor groups loaded eccentrically

Y2 modification factor, for strength in tension, to account for edge distances smaller than 1.5h ef

Y3 modification factor, for strength in tension, to account for cracking

Y4 modification factor, for pullout strength, to account for cracking

Y5 modification factor, for strength in shear, to account for anchor groups loaded eccentrically

Y6 modification factor, for strength in shear, to account for edge distances smaller than 1.5h ef

Y7 modification factor, for strength in shear, to account for cracking

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