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Rebar Fastening Technology Manual

Bonded-in Reinforcement B 2.11


Test version: use with engineering judgement Europe

Hilti HIT-Rebar Injection System


for Bonded-in Reinforcement

Application and Design

Based on the safety concept of

Eurocode 2 (ENV 1992-1-1 : 1992)


Part 1. General rules and rules for buildings

and
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PREFACE The present guide on the post The performance of the adhesives
installed anchoring of concrete Hilti HIT-HY 150 and HIT-RE 500
reinforcement using the HiIti HIT- have been thoroughly tested at the
Injection System is based on the Hilti testing fields in Kaufering
safety concept and the rules for (Germany) and in independent
detailing of Eurocode 2 (ENV 1992-1- University institutes. Hilti HIT-HY 150
1 :1992). has the DIBt approval Z-21.8-1648
for this application in Germany.

In case code requirements cannot be


fulfilled with straight bar anchorage, or For the interpretation of the test
shorter embedment should be results supplementary experiments
achieved, extended design and pertinent theoretical
approaches from literature and Hilti investigations were taken into
test reports including the “Hilti account. The design format and the
Fastening Technology” are terminology of EC 2 (ENV 1992-1-1 :
incorporated. 1992) were adopted to obtain a
consistent and generally recognised
basis.
The user should be aware that
“Fastening Technology” aims for
shallow embedment and engagement The bond-slip response of reinforcing
of the local reinforcement bars is not bars anchored by Hilti HIT-Rebar
considered. The loads are controlled generally corresponds to that of cast-
by the low concrete tensile capacity in bars. Ty pically, the bond stiffness is
and low loads are achieved compared somewhat lower but the pure bond
to the capacity of the reinforced strength under normal conditions is
concrete member. considerably higher. A good crack
distribution, crack width limitation
under service conditions and a ductile
On the other hand reinforced concrete behaviour at ultimate loads are
models aim for the full use of the ensured.
reinforcement bar yield capacity.
Engagement of concrete for transfer
of principal tensile forces is avoided. Attention should be paid by the
Increased anchorage length designer to further transfer of
depending on concrete edge distance anchorage forces into the adjoining
and bar spacing are used to control structural elements. Basic principles
splitting forces at load transfer. For of reinforced concrete construction
deep embedment Hilti has developed should be applied for such investiga-
a system and tools for easy tions. It is within the scope of the
installation of the bars. user's responsibility and engineering
judgement to ensure the overall force
flow in the membe

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Contents Page

1. Considerations for post installed reinforcement bar applications 4


1.1. Advantages of post installed reinforcement 4
1.2. Application examples 4

2. Product Information Hilti HIT-Rebar 5


2.1. The injection system 5
2.2. Two component injection adhesive 6
2.2.1. Fast curing Hilti HIT-HY 150 6
2.2.2. High performance, slow curing Hilti HIT-RE 500 6
2.3. Installation procedure 7
2.3.1. Shallow embedment installation 7
2.3.2. Standard embedment installation 8

3. Design for Hilti HIT-Rebar 9


3.1. General Notes 9
3.2. Basic design values in restraint concrete 10
3.3. Standard design cases 11
3.4. Special cases 14
3.5. Simplified approach for special cases 17

4. Design examples 20
4.1. Anchorage, end support of slab (calculated as simply supported) 20
4.2. Wall bending connection (frame node) 21
4.3. Lapped splice 22

5. Approvals / Literature 23

Appendices for Additional Information

A01 Drafting details


A02 Injection filling
A03 Basics on the design of anchorage and lapped bars
A04 Summery of the relevant design provisions of Eurocode 2 (ENV 1992-1-1 :1992).
A05 Basics on bond behaviour of ribbed bars in concrete
A06 Interaction of splitting and bond
A07 Hilti HIT-Rebar deign and ACI 318-99 approach
A08 Serviceability limit state
A09 Corrosion behaviour of Hilti HIT-Rebar connections
A10 Fire resistance design
A11 Fatigue of Hilti HIT-Rebar connections
A12 Guide specifications for bonded-in connections
A13 List of approvals

Design Calculation Aids

Hilti EXBAR Rebar Design: Excel Spread Sheet for Splitting and Shear Check, EC2, Version 1.11
Hilti EXBAR Frame Node: Excel Spread Sheet for the calculation of Frame Nodes, EC2, Version 1.11

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1. Considerations for bonded-in reinforcement bar applications


1.1 Advantages of bonded-in reinforcement
With the use of the Hilti HIT-HY l50 injection system it is possible to connect new reinforcement to existing
structures with maximum confidence and flexibility.

Ä design flexibility Ä reliable like cast in Ä horizontal, vertical and overhead


Ä form work simplification Ä defined load characteristics Ä simple, high confidence application

1.2 Application examples


Floor slab connection
• Intermediate floor slabs ü simplification of wall form work
• Structural alterations, ü flexibility of construction methods
• Reinstate temporary openings, ü unobstructed temporary openings
e.g. cranes, debris removal ü reduced risk of reinforcement damage

Wall and beam connections


• Construction joints ü simplified handling of form work
• Structural extension ü reinforcement continuity
• Horizontal starter bars ü small drill hole dimensions

Vertical connections
• New columns, piers ü accurate location
• Structural enhancement ü no complex reinforcement fixing
• Pile caps ü unobstructed sire access

Major structural repair


• bridge parapet renovation ü parapet renovation
• Structural upgrading ü reduced concrete removal
• Concrete remedial works ü avoid reinforcement welding
or similar connections
ü overhead installation
Structural connections
• Staircases ü accurate location of starter bars
• Manholes ü allows complex details
• Corbels ü simplified wall form work joint
preparation
ü odour free for confined space working
Retaining walls
• Diaphragm walls ü easy application
• Connecting walls ü small diameter drill holes
ü connection of bent and hooked bars

Curtain walls Concrete overlay


• Bridge deck renovation ü rapid serial application
• Structural bonding across ü small hole dimensions
composite interfaces ü quick curing
• Structural upgrading of slabs and
beams

Cantilever connections
• Balcony ü negligible displacement
ü deformed bar fixing
• Access platforms
ü high confidence - equivalent to cast-in
• Landings
ü short rebar expssure avoids rust staining
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2. Product information Hilti HIT-Rebar


2.1 The complete injection family for various application conditions
The Hilti HIT-Injection system is designed to be safe and simple for application resulting in high quality
connections.

Adhesive Dispenser

Fast curing High performance, slow curing


Hilti HIT-HY Hilti HIT-RE 500

Manual dispenser MD 2000 / 2500

Foil pack 330 ml / 500 ml Foil pack 330 ml / 500 ml Battery dispenser BD 2000
with holder with holder
and mixer Hilti HIT-HY-M 150 and mixer Hilti HIT-RE-M

Pneumatic dispenser P 3000 / 3500

Jumbo cartridge 1100 ml Jumbo cartridge 1100 ml


and mixer Hilti HY-M and mixer Hilti HY-RE-M
Pneumatic dispenser P 5000HY

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2.2 Two-component injection adhesive

2.2.1 Fast curing bonding mortar Hilti HIT- HY 150


Hilti HIT-HY 150 adhesive is a hybrid system consisting of organic and inorganic binding agents. This hybrid
formula assures:
Reliability: Convenience:
• cementitious reaction improves stiffness • well proven, self opening foil pack system
especially at higher temperatures • low dispensing force for quick and easy work
• low material shrinkage in conjunction with fast • wide range of dispensers for different
curing reaction requirements
• strong bond between rebar and concrete • reduced waste due to unique foil pack
similar to that of cast in situ reinforcement • odourless adhesive

Working and curing time of Hilti HIT-HY 150

Base material Gelling time Curing time Load


temperature t gel t cure as designed
-5°C 23°F 90 min 6h
0°C 32°F 45 min 3h Notes :
5°C 41°F 25 min 1.5 h - All specified times are measured from mixing of
adhesive (passing through mixer)
10°C 50°F 8 min 1.3 h
15°C 60°F 5 min 1.0 h - Foil pack temperature between +50C and 250C at
time of application, but *) cool cartridge to 15°C /
20°C 70°F 3 min 50 min 60°F
30°C*) 85°F 3*) min 45 min
40°C*) 104°F 2*) min 30 min

2.2.2 High performance and slow curing adhesive Hilti HIT-RE 500
Hilti HIT-RE 500 is the high performance adhesive for anchoring reinforcing bars and anchor rods in
concrete. Its innovative formula assures:
Reliability: Convenience:
• very high loading values in wide range of diameters • well proven, self opening foil pack system
(8 to 40 mm) • low dispensing force for quick and easy work
• negligible shrinkage • wide range of dispensers for different
• suitability for holes drilled using diamond coring requirements
equipment, rotary hammers, pneumatic drills • reduced waste due to unique foil pack
• low sensitivity to oversized and wet holes • odourless adhesive
• red coloured for easy check of proper setting on site

Working and curing time of HIT RE 500

Base material t work / t gel t cure, ini t cure,full Load


temperature inject, align do not disturb cast concrete as designed
-5°C 23°F 4h 36 h 72 h Notes:
0°C 32°F 3h 25 h 50 h - All specified times measured from adhesive passing
10°C 50°F 2h 12 h 24 h through mixer.
20°C 70°F 30 min 6h 12 h - Between tcure,ini and tcure,full work can continue (about
30°C 85°F 20 min 4h 8h 25% of full capacity).
40°C 104°F 12 min 2h 4h - After t cure,full, load as designed.

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2.2 Installation

2.3 .1 For shallow embedment (up to approx. 30 cm)

Mixer
Drilling the holes • Use the correct mixing nozzle.
• To drill holes: • Check that the mixing element
use rotary electric or
is inside. Do not modify the
pneumatic hammer drill.
mixing nozzle in any way.

Only for Hilti HIT-RE 500:


• diamond coring Foil pack
equipment • Put holder with foil pack into
dispenser
Cleaning the hole Jumbo cartridge
• Clean holes just before • Put jumbo cartridge into
setting the rebar. dispenser
• Clean holes using
brush.
• Blow out dust and • Discard initial adhesive flowing
standing water. out of the mixing nozzle, i.e.
• The hole must be free • foil pack: throw away the first
4x
of ice and oil / grease. trigger pulls of adhesive, e.g.
injected into the empty outer
*)
Only for Hilti HIT-HY 150: packaging of the foil pack .
• Hole must be • jumbo cartridge: throw away
*)
rough, and dry an initial bead of adhesive .
*)
• refer to product instruction
Foil pack: for discarded amount of
• Check foil pack holder volume.
for proper functioning or Pressure release
damage. • Press the release lever
• Insert foil pack into (MD 2000 / 2500 and BD 2000)
holder. after the hole has been filled
• For application, the foil with adhesive.
pack temperature range This releases pressure on the
to be more than 5°C foil pack and stops adhesive
(40°F) and less than flowing from mixing nozzle.
40°C (105°F).

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2.3.2 Standard installation for bonded-in bars



Œ
⊇ cs

linst Use mixer extension according to hole depth.

Determine location of existing reinforcement. ’


Maintain edge distance cs as per reinforcement plan.
Maintain drill alignment parallel to edge and
existing reinforcement. Use repulsion piston, push tightly on mixer extension.

• “

linst

Mark injection depth (lm ) on mixer extension.


Mark embedment on bar (linst) e.g. with tape.
Check hole depth (linst) and easy going bar.

Ž

Inject mortar carefully without air bubbles


starting from the bottom of the hole
Blow out hole with oil free compressed air using air .
nozzle (air pressure ≥ 6 bar or 90 psi).

Insert bar into the hole with a continuos


Brush hole with round brush using brush elongation twisting motion.
according to hole depth.
11

l inst
Setting control:
Blow with oil free compressed air.
• mortar is ejected from hole.
• setting mark visible at concrete surface.

Maximum recommended embedment depths for dispensers


max l inst [cm]
MD2000 / 2500 BD2000 P5000 Use mixer extension and build up plug
P3000 / 3500
70 70 HIT-VL 9/1.0 for bar sizes 10 to 12 mm
200 HIT-VL 16/0.7 for bar sizes larger than 12 mm

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3. Design for Hilti HIT -Rebar


3.1 General notes

3.1.1 General design rules


The reinforcing bars shall be anchored in the way that a internal forces are adequately transmitted to the
concrete and that longitudinal cracking or spalling of the concrete is avoided. The influence of concrete cover,
spacing of bars and transverse reinforcement shall be considered.

For post installed bars, only straight ends of bars can be used for installation reasons.
In cases where normally hooks or bends are used to anchor or splice a bar, the anchorage of the post installed
bar should be carefully modelled. Special approaches have been evaluated and are shown in this section. In
general all requirements of the standard should be fulfilled unless special considerations are made and evidence
for suitability for other solutions are proven.

Special attention should be paid to the overall transfer of the anchorage forces in the structural element. Basic
principles of reinforced concrete construction apply for such investigations. It is within the scope of the user's
responsibility and engineering judgement to ensure the overall force flow and the equilibrium of the concrete
member.

3.1.2 Transfer of shear forces: specify rough interface


In reinforced concrete only tensile or compressive forces are attributed to the reinforcement bars. The shear
forces are transferred by means of a rough interface in consideration of the strut-and-tie model.
For details consult Appendix A1.

3.1.3 Failure modes in consideration

Steel failure: Bond failure:

see Table 3.2

Concrete failure:
s
s s
cs3=s/2

cs1

cs2

s/2 s s/2 cs3 s cs4

cs1 cs1

a) splitting or spalling of concrete b) shear or cone failure of concrete

see Table 3.3 see Tables 3.5

For the calculation of the decisive failure mode use Hilti EXBAR Software 1) .

1)
Hilti EXBAR: Excel spread sheet for Splitting and Shear Check, Hilti Technical Service

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3.2 Basic design values in restraint concrete (not concerning edge distance and spacing)
3.2.1 Basic design values for bond and yield of steel
• The basic anchorage length is the straight length required for anchoring the design yield force in a bar,
assuming constant bond stress over the bond length at ultimate limit state.
• The values shown in Table 3.2 are valid for normalised conditions as shown in the table and should be
multiplied with the influencing factors as given in the Tables 3.2a to c.
The basic anchorage length is derived without consideration of edge distance and spacing nor
loading condition. They provide the basic values for the applications as shown in the following
sections.
Table 3.2
Basic anchorage length l ’b0 [cm] to develop yield of bar (capacity of steel and bond) without
consideration of edge distance and spacing of bars
deformed bar according to EC 2 in concrete C20/25
1 Bar size ∅ [mm] 10 12 14 16 20 25 28 32 36 40
2 Drill bit size D0 [mm] 12-14 16-18 18-20 20-22 25-28 30-32 35-37 39-42 42-46 48-52
2
3 Sectional area of bar As [mm ] 78.5 113 154 201 314 491 616 804 1018 1257
4 Design yield force of Fyd,s [kN] 34.1 49.2 66.9 87.4 136.6 213.4 267.7 349.7 442.6 546.4
bar 1)

5 l ’b0 [cm] 22 29 37 44 61 90 - - - -
2)
6 Hilti HIT-HY 150 (multiple of bar size) - -
22 24 27 28 31 36 - -
2
7 design bond [N/mm ] 5.0 4.5 4.1 3.9 3.5 3.0 - - - -

8 l b0 [cm] 16 19 22 25 31 39 50 62 76 91
Hilti HIT-RE 5003)
9 (multiple of bar size) 16 16 16 16 16 16 18 19 21 23
10 2
design bond [N/mm ] 6.9 6.9 6.9 6.9 6.9 6.9 6.0 5.6 5.2 4.8
1)
Fyd,s = ∅ 2 x π/4 x f y //γ ms , f y = 500 N/mm²; γ ms = 1,15
2)
Hole to be dry, rough and clean at time of bar installation, γ b =1.5 (partial safety factor for bond)
3)
Concrete not water saturated at time of bar installation, hole cleaned, γ b = 1.8 (partial safety factor for bond)

Table 3.2a fB,N Table 3.2b fTemp Table 3.2c fcrack


Influence of concrete class Influence of temperature Influence of longitudinal
cracks
Concrete Hilti Hilti Base Hilti HIT-RE 500 Hilti Hilti
Class HIT-HY 150 HIT-RE 500 material anchor service HIT-HY 150 HIT-RE 500
temperatur setting live
1 C20/25 1.00 1.00
e
2 C25/30 0.91 0.98 1 - 5 °C 1.25 - 1 2.0 1.5
3 C30/37 0.82 0.95 2 0 °C 1.10 - Table 3.2d fw,sat
4 C35/45 0.82 0.91 3 5 °C 1.00 - Concrete water saturated
C40/50 0.82 0.89 4 50 °C - 1.00 HIT-HY 150 HIT-RE 500
5
6 C45/55 0.82 0.87 5 60 °C - 1.15 1 n.a. 1.4

Influencing factors for the adjustments of the basic anchorage length for bond
Adjust the basic anchorage length l’b0 by multiplying with the factors as specified above:

l b0 = l 'b0 ⋅ fB,N ⋅ f Temp ⋅ fcrack ⋅ f w,sat

3.2.2 Consideration of effective force in bar


Anchorage length to develop yield of bar is given in Table 3.2
If the steel capacity is not utilized, adjust proportionally to the yield of steel:
Fd,req
l ef,req = l b,y ⋅ ; (Fd,req ≤ Fyd,s )
Fyd,s
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3.3 Standard design cases
3.3.1 Anchorage “where the bar is no longer required”
End support, calculated as simply supported
For top reinforcement: see Section 3.5.
For bottom connection: two alternative approaches a) or b)
a) detail according to Standard: {Section 5.4.2.1.4, EC 2 :1991}
b) - calculate tensile force according to strut-and tie model
- use basic anchorage length as per Section 3.2
- check splitting at side faces

Curtailment (staggered) reinforcement

Detail according to the Standard: geometrical conditions


{ Section 5.4.2.1.3, EC 2 :1991}}
Note: This is a requirement including shear design.

Anchorage for bars in compression

check slab for punching of total column load


for anchorage of bars: two alternative approaches a) and b):
a) according to the Standard: {Section 5.2.3.4, EC 2 :1991}
b) - calculate force attributed to the bar
- use basic anchorage length as per Section 3.2
- if close to edge: check splitting as per Section 3.3.3

3.3.2 Bonded-in bar lapped with existing cast-in place bar

Design procedure
• Bonded-in bars:
Determine anchorage length for bonded-in bars using
Hilti EXBAR for Splitting1) .
• Cast-in bars
Determine anchorage length lb2 for cast-in bar s/2 s s/2 cs3 s cs4
- according to {Standard EC 2, Clause 5.2.4}
- or according to ACI 318 using cs1 cs1
Hilti EXBAR for Splitting1)
• Determine decisive value of the two for lapped lengths: l s = max{ l b1 ; l b 2 } .
Note: joint, roughened
The installed length is determined according
to the strut-and-tie model as shown in the sketch:
installed length linst
spliced length lb

1)
Hilti EXBAR: Excel spread sheet for Splitting and Shear Check, Hilti Technical Service
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3.3.3 Typical tables for splitting and spalling

Typical Table 3.3a


Hilti HIT-HY 150 Rsd Rbd Rcd s/2 s s/2 cs3 s cs4
design force per bar cs1 cs1
Min{R sd;R bd ;R cd }

1 bar size ∅ [mm] 10 12 14 16 20 25


2 drill bit size Dd [mm] 12-14 16-18 18-20 20-22 25-28 30-32
3 sectional area of bar As [mm2] 78.5 113 154 201 314 491
1)
4 design yield force of bar Fyd,s [kN] 34.1 49.2 66.9 87.4 136.6 213.4
5 anchorag l ’b0 [cm]
basic design e 22 29 37 44 61 90
6 bond2) (multiple of bar size) 22 24 27 28 31 36
7 design bond stress [N/mm2] 5.0 4.5 4.1 3.9 3.5 3.0
8 min. edge distance / cs1/s cm
spacing 4.5/9 4.5/9 5/10 5.5/11 6.5/13 8/16
9 length to develop yield lb cm 22 29 37 44 61 90
10 10 cm 15.8
11 12 cm 18.9 20.2
(ruling value: steel, bond and splitting of concrete)

12 14 cm 22.1 23.6 25.0


fyk = 500 N/mm2 in concrete class C20/25

13 16 cm 25.2 27.0 28.6 31.6


High bond reinforcing bars,

14 18 cm
Design ultimate loads1) in [kN]

28.4 30.3 32.2 35.6


15 20 cm 31.5 33.7 35.8 39.5 44.6
anchorage length l b0

16 22 cm 34.1 37.1 39.3 43.5 49.1


17 25 cm 42.1 44.7 49.4 55.8 59.6
18 30 cm 49.2 53.6 59.3 66.9 71.5
19 35 cm 62.6 69.2 78.1 83.5
20 40 cm 66.9 79.1 89.2 95.4
21 45 cm 87.4 100.4 107.3
22 50 cm 111.5 119.2
23 55 cm 122.7 131.1
24 60 cm 133.8 143.1
25 70 cm 136.6 166.9
26 80 cm 190.7
27 90 cm 213.4
1)
Fyd,s = ∅ x π/4 x f y /γ ms , f y = 500 N/mm²; γ ms = 1,15 2

2)
pre-drilled hole to be rough, dry and clean at time of installation, γ b =1.5 (partial safety factor for bond)
3)
for bars >size 25, Hilti HIT-RE 500 is recommended as bonding agent
4)
load values may be interpolated and extrapolated linearly up to the length to develop yield.

For other constellations use:


Hilti EXBAR: Excel Spread Sheet for Splitting and Shear Check, EC2, Version 1.11

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Table 3.3b
Hilti HIT-RE 500 Rsd Rbd Rcd s/2 s s/2 cs3 s cs4
design ultimate loads per bar
cs1 cs1
Min{R sd;R bd ;R cd }

1 bar size ∅ [mm] 10 12 14 16 20 25 28 32 36 40


2 drill bit size D0 [mm] 12-14 16-18 18-20 20-22 25-28 30-32 35-37 39-42 42-46 48-52
3 sectional area of bar As [mm2] 79 113 154 201 314 491 616 804 1018 1257
4 design yield force of Fyd,s [kN]
bar 1) 34.1 49.2 66.9 87.4 136.6 213.4 267.7 349.7 442.6 546.4
5 l ’b0 [cm] 16 19 22 25 31 39 50 62 76 91
6 basic (multiple of bar size) 16 16 16 16 16 16 18 19 21 23
7 design design bond stress [N/mm2] 4.8
bond2) 6.9 6.9 6.9 6.9 6.9 6.9 6.0 5.6 5.2
8 min. edge distance / cs1/s cm 5/10 6/12 7/14 8/16 10/20 12.5/25 12.5/25 15/30 15/30 15/30
spacing
9 length to develop yield lb cm 18 21 25 28 38 56 69 75 93 113
10 10 cm 19.2
11 12 cm 23.1 27.7
12 14 cm 26.9 32.3 37.6
13 16 cm 30.7 36.9 43.0 49.2
(ruling value: steel, bond and splitting of concrete)

14 18 cm 34.1 41.5 48.4 55.3


fyk = 500 N/mm2 in concrete class C20/25

15 20 cm 46.1 53.8 61.5 71.5


High bond reinforcing bars,

Design ultimate loads1) in [kN]

16 22 cm 49.2 59.2 67.6 78.7


anchorage length l b0

17 25 cm 66.9 76.8 89.4 96.0


18 30 cm 87.4 107.3 115.3 117.2
19 35 cm 125.2 134.5 136.8 162.9
20 40 cm 136.6 153.7 156.3 186.2 189.7 193.2
21 45 cm 172.9 175.8 209.4 213.4 217.3
22 50 cm 192.1 195.4 232.7 237.1 241.5
23 55 cm 211.3 214.9 256.0 260.8 265.6
24 60 cm 213.4 234.5 279.2 284.5 289.8
25 70 cm 267.7 325.8 331.9 338.1
26 80 cm 349.7 379.3 386.4
27 90 cm 426.8 434.7
28 100 cm 442.6 483.0
29 110 cm 531.3
30 120 cm 546.4
1)
Fyd,s = ∅ x π/4 x f y /γ ms , f y = 500 N/mm²; γ ms = 1,15 2

2)
minimum edge distance and minimum spacing apply.
3)
valid for service temperature below +50°C
- pre-drilled hole to be clean and temperature of substrate more than +5°C at installation
- for water saturated concrete at installation: multiply anchorage length by the factor of 1.4
- load values may be interpolated and extrapolated linearly up to the length to develop yield.
- partial safety factor γ s = 1.15 and γ b = 1.8 (to characteristic value).
4)
load values may be interpolated and extrapolated linearly up to the length to develop yield.

For other constellations use:


Hilti EXBAR: Excel Spread Sheet for Splitting and Shear Check, EC2, Version 1.11

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3.4 Special cases
For bonded-in connections only straight bar ends are possible. This section treats the applications where cast-
in bars use bends to connect the tensile force to existing bars or compressive chords. Therefore special
considerations are necessary for the load transfer. Design should aim for ductile steel failure and brittle
concrete failure (tension and compression) should not occur in the adjoining element.
Note that all design approaches are simplifications and good engineering judgement is necessary for adequate
approximation.

Table 3.4: Overview of applications:


Section cast-in bonded-in cast-in bonded-in
3.4.1

frame node: subject to shear and bending moment

3.4.2

frame node: subject to shear and opening bending moment

3.4.3

frame node: subject to shear and closing bending moment

3.4.4 3.4.5

Connection: subject primarily to tension


Corbel

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3.4.1 Frame node connections with bending moment +M1
For test explanation of formulas see special report 1) . +V1
Assessment of section forces in the node:
Equilibrium of the section forces in the node is a 1 ∆x = z/2
precondition for the design. The section forces are +M2 +V2
dependent on stiffness and supporting conditions, normally 2 P 3
plastic design is used. Evidence for the general force flow +N2 +N3
∆x = z 1/2 ∆x = z 1/2
and over all equilibrium of the system should be shown.
+A +V3 +M3
Fig. 3.4a Signs and symbols for section forces,
Calculation procedure (use Excel spread sheet 2) ) direction of arrows indicates positive value.
Determine and check local equilibrium of section forces h1

(new member)
at end-faces of node in relation to P: z1

region 1
∑ M p = M 1 + M 2 + M 3 + V1 ⋅ + (V2 + V3 )⋅ 1 = 0
z z z 1r
2 2
∑ H = V1 − N 2 + N 3 = 0 ∑ V = N1 + V2 − V3 + A = 0 Fs1 N
1
Fc1
As1 M1
Fs1 z 1r Fc1
cs V1
Fs2 As2 As1 FS0 As0 Fc3 As2 Fs2 As0 Fs0 Fc3
θ0 V2
θS0 M2 z0
D0 h z S0 linst N3
z0 P
DS0 N2 M3
S0 lb1/2 z fsp V3
lb1
Fc2 FS3 AS3
D0S Fc0
lb1/2
θ0S s≈z A/2 z 1 A/2
Fs3 As3 Fs3
region 2 region 0 region 3
Fig. 3.4b Secondary strut-and-tie model
limitation: 0.58 ≤ cotθi ≤ 2.0 Fig. 3.4c Frame node with strut-and-tie model

The design conditions for the tensile reinforcement are:


M 1d  1 
Fs1d = + N 1d  1 −  ≤ As 1 ⋅ f yd , where κ = 0,85 normally and κ = 1.0 for only closing moment
κ ⋅ z1  2⋅κ 
M 2d N 2d N 3d M 3d
Fs 2 d = + ≤ As 2 ⋅ f yd ; Fs3 d = +
≤ As3 ⋅ f yd
z 2 z 2
 z   1 1 z 
FS 0 d = FS 2 d + ∆FS 2 d ≤ AS 0 ⋅ f yd where: ∆ FS 2 d =  M 1d + (V2 d + V3 d ) ⋅ 1  ⋅  −  ⋅V 1d ⋅  1 − 1 
 2   z 0 z   z0 
Note: Fs0 and Fs3 to be adequately anchored in compressive zone of member.

Anchorage l b1 and lever arm z0:


FS 1 ,d l b1
l b1 = ; fbd see Table 3.2; ∑ u = circumference of all bars As1; z0 = h − c s −
f bd ⋅ ∑ u 2

Splitting force S0, to superimpose to shear reinforcement or end-face reinforcement:


M sp  z   z   l  2
S0 d = =  M 1 + ( V2 + V 3 ) ⋅ 1  ⋅  1 − 0  ⋅  1 − b1  ⋅ ≤ Asp ⋅ f yd
z sp  2   z   2z  z

Splitting stress fsp attributed to concrete:


M spd V2d  z   z   l b1  2.41 V2d 0 .7 ⋅ 0.3 2 3
fct ≈ + =  M1d + (V2d + V3d ) ⋅ 1  ⋅  1 − 0  ⋅ 1 − ⋅ + ≤ fctd ; fctd ≈ ⋅ fck
Wsp b ⋅ d  2   z   2 z  b ⋅ z 2 b ⋅ d 1.8

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2)
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3.4.2 Frame node subject to opening moment

Use same approach as section 3.4.1 but set: M 2 = 0 ,V2 = 0 , N 3 = 0

3.4.3 Frame node subject to closing moment

a) Connection to member with end-projection:

Calculation procedure (use Excel spread sheet 1) )


Determine and check local equilibrium of section forces at end-faces of node in
relation to P:

b) Connection to member without end-projection:

the best approach is to change the system to lapped splice connection:

For minor loads, simplified design according to section 3.5 is used.


Make sure anchorage of existing reinforcement is adequate to avoid e 1

spalling of section.
1

3.4.4 Corbels

Bonded-in tensile chord reinforcement and stirrups to


be designed according to strut-and-tie model.

3.4.5 Tensile connections

Check shear capacity of concrete.


Check if cracks longitudinal to bonded-in bar have
be considered.

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3.5 Simplified approach by means of shear check (concrete cone failure)

3.5.1 General notes


In cases where normally bends are used to anchor the tensile force of a bar, the embedment length of the
bonded-in bar is determined by the Hilti HIT-Rebar CC-Method (for bonded-in bars, only straight ends of bars
can be used for installation reasons).

This method is based on the fundamentals of anchor model as shown in the actual Hilti Fastening Technology
Manual for bonded anchors.

3.5.2 Design considerations for Tables 3.5a and 3.5b.


The resistance of one single bar of a row of bars is the minimum of the three capacities derived from steel, bond
and concrete shear (cone):

Min{R sd;R bd ;R cd }

steel bond (pull-out) concrete shear / (cone) failure

s
Rsd Rbd Rcd s s
cs3=s/2

cs1

cs2

In addition to the specifications in the tables, the following geometrical designations and limitations shall be
observed:

1)
If cs,3 < 0.5 s or c s,4 < 0.5 s: adequate edge
cs,2 ≥ l inst
l inst ≥ 10∅
reinforcement (stirrups) should be provided to
cs,31) ≥ 4.5∅ s ∅ s ≥ 5∅ prevent splitting at edge.
≥ 0.5s s
c1 s
l inst
cs,1 ≥ l inst D0 cs,41) ≥ 4.5∅
≥ 0.5s

For other constellations use:


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Typical Table 3.5a c3=s/2 s s


Rsd Rbd Rcd
Hilti HIT-HY 150 cs1 cs2

Min{R sd;R bd ;R cd } design force per bar

1 bar size ∅ [mm] 10 12 14 16 20 25


2 drill bit size D0 [mm] 12-14 16-18 18-20 20-22 25-28 30-32
3 sectional area of bar As [mm2] 79 113 154 201 314 491
1)
4 design yield force of bar Fyd,s [kN] 34.1 49.2 66.9 87.4 136.6 213.4
5 l ’b0 [cm] 22 29 37 44 61 90
6 basic design (multiple of bar size) 20 24 27 28 31 36
7 bond1) design bond stress [N/mm2] 5.0 4.5 4.1 3.9 3.5 3.0
8 min. spacing s min cm 18 22 26 29 36 45
9 length to develop yield lb cm 22 29 37 44 61 90
10 10 cm 15.8
11 12 cm 18.9 20.2
High bond reinforcing bars fyk = 500 N/mm2

(ruling value: steel, bond and concrete cone failure)

12 14 cm 22.1 23.6 25.0


13 16 cm 25.2 27.0 28.6 31.6
Design ultimate loads2) in [kN]

14 18 cm 28.4 30.3 32.2 35.6


Basic anchorage length l 0B

15 20 cm 31.5 33.7 35.8 39.5 44.6


in concrete class C20/25

16 22 cm 34.1 37.1 39.3 43.5 49.1


17 25 cm 42.1 44.7 49.4 55.8 59.6
18 30 cm 49.2 53.6 59.3 66.9 71.5
19 35 cm 62.6 69.2 78.1 83.5
20 40 cm 66.9 79.1 89.2 95.4
21 45 cm 87.4 100.4 107.3
22 50 cm 111.5 119.2
23 55 cm 122.7 131.1
24 60 cm 133.8 143.1
25 70 cm 136.6 166.9
26 80 cm 190.7
27 90 cm 213.4
1)
Fyd,s = ∅ 2 x π/4 x f y /γ ms , f y = 500 N/mm²; γ ms = 1,15
2)
pre-drilled hole to be rough, dry and clean at time of installation,
for bars > ∅ 25, Hilti HIT-RE 500 is recommended as bonding agent,
partial material safety factor γ s =1.15 for steel, γ c =1.5 for concrete and γ b = 1.5 to characteristic bond value,
load values may be interpolated linearly.
cs,2 ≥ linst
3)
for edge distance see sketch:
l inst ≥ 10∅
cs,3 ≥ 4.5∅ s ∅ s ≥ 5∅
≥ 0.5s s
c1 s
l inst
cs,1 ≥ l inst D0 cs,4 ≥ 4.5∅
≥ 0.5s

For other constellations use:


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Typical Table 3.5b
c3=s/2 s s
Rcd
Hilti HIT-RE 500 Rsd Rbd cs1 cs2
Min{R sd;R bd ;R cd } design force per bar

1 bar size ∅ [mm] 10 12 14 16 20 25 28 32 36 403


2 drill bit size D0 [mm] 12-14 16-18 18-20 20-22 25-28 30-32 35-37 39-42 42-46 48-52
3 sectional area of bar As [mm2] 79 113 154 201 314 491 616 804 1018 1257
4 design yield force of Fyd,s [kN] 546.4
bar 1) 34.1 49.2 66.9 87.4 136.6 213.4 267.7 349.7 442.6

5 l b0 [cm] 16 19 22 25 31 39 50 62 76 91
6 basic (multiple of bar size) 16 16 16 16 16 16 18 19 21 23
design
7 design bond stress [N/mm2] 4.8
bond2) 6.9 6.9 6.9 6.9 6.9 6.9 6.0 5.6 5.2
8 min. spacing s min cm 18 22 26 29 36 45 54 60 65 72
9 length to develop yield lb cm 16 19 22 25 31 39 50 67 87 110
10 10 cm 21.8
11 12 cm 26.1 31.4
12 14 cm 30.5 36.6 42.7
High bond reinforcing bars, fyk = 500 N/mm2

(ruling value: steel, bond and concrete cone failure)

13 16 cm 34.1 41.8 48.8 55.8


14 18 cm 47.1 54.9 62.7
15 20 cm 49.2 61.0 69.7 87.1
Design ultimate loads1) in [kN]

Basic anchorage length l 0B

16 22 cm 66.9 76.7 95.8


17 25 cm 87.1 108.9 136.1
in concrete C20/25

18 30 cm 87.4 130.7 163.4 159.6


19 35 cm 136.6 190.6 186.1 197.1
20 40 cm 213.4 212.7 225.3 233.4 239.8
21 45 cm 239.3 253.4 262.5 269.8
22 50 cm 265.9 281.6 291.7 299.7
23 55 cm 267.7 309.8 320.9 329.7
24 60 cm 331.2 350.1 359.7
25 70 cm 349.7 393.2 419.6
26 80 cm 422.4 455.6
27 90 cm 442.6 485.6
28 100 cm 515.5
29 110 cm 545.5
30 120 cm 546.4
1)
Fyd,s = ∅ x π/4 x f y /γ ms , f y = 500 N/mm²; γ ms = 1.15 ?

2)
pre-drilled hole to be clean, concrete not water saturated and temperature ≥ 5°C at time of bar installation,
service temperature ≤ 50°C,
Partial material safety factor γ s =1.15 for steel, γ c =1.5 for concrete and γ b = 1.8 to characteristic bond value,
load values may be interpolated linearly.
3)
do not use bars larger than ∅32 for bending
4) cs,2 ≥ hinst
for edge distance see sketch:
l inst ≥ 10∅
cs,31) ≥ 4.5∅ s ∅ s ≥ 5∅
≥ 0.5s s
c1 s
l inst
cs,1 ≥ l inst D0 cs,41) ≥ 4.5∅
≥ 0.5s

For other constellations use:


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4. Design examples
4.1 Anchorage: End support of slab, calculated as simply supported (section 3.3, FTM B 2.11)
• slab: l? = 6.50 m; p = 5 kN/m2 ; h = 300 mm; d = 260 mm
300 wall: h = 300 mm; d = 260 mm, vert. reinf.: ∅12 s = 200 mm
• Concrete C20/25
• Fire resistance: 1 1/2 h (F90)
260 300
• Loads:
gsd = 1.35 x 7.5 = 10.1 kN/ m2
psd = 1.5 x 5.0 = 7.5 kN/ m2 ⇒ qsd = 17.6 kN/ m2

Bottom reinforcement in span:


130 260
msd = 17.6 x 6.762 / 8 = 100.5 kNm/m;
l = 6.50 m vsd = 17.6 x (6.5 / 2) = 57.2 kN/m
reinforcement required:
A s,req = 100.5 x 1.15 / (0.26 x
0.9 x 0.5) = 988 mm2/m
⇒ reinforcement provided: ∅16 s = 200 mm; A s,prov = 1010 mm2/m.
Bottom reinforcement at support:
As,min = 0.4 x 0.8 x 3 x 150 x 1000 / 500 = 288 mm2/m (Clause 4.4.2.2, EC 2 : 1991)
As,min = 0.50 x 988 = 494 mm2/m (Clause 5.4.3.2.2, EC 2 : 1991)
As,req = 57.2 x 1.15 / 0.5 = 132 mm2/m (Clause 5.4.3.2.1(1), EC 2 : 1991)
⇒ reinforcement provided: ∅12 s = 200 mm; A s,prov = 565 mm2/m
a) Anchorage (Clause 5.2.3.4.1 and 5.4.2.1.4, EC 2 : 1991):
lb = (12 / 4) x 500 / (1.15 x 2.3) = 567 mm; lb,net = (567 x 132 / 565) = 133 mm
lb,min = 2 / 3 x (max{0.3 x 567; 10 x 12; 100}) = 113 mm ⇒ linst = 12 cm

Fire resistance (Appendix A10; FTM B 2.11): 1 1/2h (F 90)


FsF = 6.50 / 2 x (7.5 + 5.0) = 41.6 kN/m = 8.3 kN/bar
Hilti HIT-HY 150: linst = 12 cm; NRF = 4.2 kN < 8.3 kN, increase to linst = 15 cm: NRF = 9.2 kN > 8.3 kN ok
Hilti HIT-RE 500: linst = 12 cm; NRF = 3.0 kN < 8.3 kN, increase to linst = 16 cm: NRF = 9.9 kN > 8.3 kN ok

Top reinforcement (Section 3.5; FTM B 2.11):


300 Minimum reinforcement: 25% of bottom steel required at mid-span
(Clause 5.4.3.2.2 (2), EC 2 : 1991)
As,req = 0.25 x 988 = 247 mm2/m
260 300 As,min = 0.4 x 0.8 x 3 x 150 x 1000 / 500 = 288 mm2/m
(Clause 4.4.2.2, EC 2 : 1991)
⇒ Fsy,d = 288 x 0.5 / 1.15 = 125.2 kN/m

130 260
Provided: ∅12 s = 300 mm; A s,prov = 377 mm2/m

l = 6.50 m

For design use Hilti EXBAR Rebar Design: Excel Spread Sheet
for Splitting and Shear Check, EC2, Version 1.11

Hilti HIT-HY 150: linst = 23 cm NRd = 129.3 kN/m > 125.2 kN/m ok
Hilti HIT-RE 500: linst = 15 cm NRd = 130.7 kN/m > 125.2 kN/m ok

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4.2 Wall bending connection max. water level

Opening moment (water pressure)


Section forces (reduced on planes of reinforcement)
V1d = γs x p x h2 / 2 = 1.4 x 10 x 3.52 / 2 = 86 kN/m
e = h / 3 = 3.5 / 3 = 1.17 m 0.42 m
M1d = V1d x e = 86 x 1.17 = 100 kNm/m
-M2d = M1d + V1d x z / 2 = 100 + 0.25 x 86 =121.5 kNm/m
N2d = V1d = 86 kN/m 3.5 m ∅12 s = 125 mm
Ms3 = 0; V2 = V3 = 0; N1 = N3 = 0 ∅12 s = 250 mm

Section properties: V1
Concrete C20/25 e
h1 = 420 mm; h2 = h3 = 600 mm; ∅16 s = 250 mm
d1 = 380 mm; d2 = d3 = 560 mm;
z ≈ 0.9 d: z1 = 340 mm; z2 = z 3 = 500 mm 0.60 m
As1 = As2 = As3 = 905 mm2/m (∅12 s = 125 mm)
As0 = As2 = As3 = 804 mm2/m (∅16 s = 250 mm)
Note: transverse reinforcement not shown
c S = h2 – d2 = 40 mm

Embedment of post installed starter bars: l inst = 54 cm h1


z1
Calculation:
z 1r
Force in post installed reinforcement:
z 1r = 0.85 x z1 = 0.85 x 340 = 289 mm Fs1 N Fc1
1
Fd,s1 = M1d / z 1r = 100.0 / 0.289 = 346 kN/m As1 M1
cs V1
Bonding agent: Hilti HIT-HY 150: lb1 = 26 cm As0 Fs0
As2 Fs2
lever arm z0 = linst – c s - lb1 / 2 V2
M2 z0
= 540 – 40 – 260 / 2 = 370 mm h z S0 linst
N2 P
additional force ∆Fs2d in reinforcement: fsp lb1
∆Fs2d = M1d x (1 / zo – 1 / z) + V1d x (z 1/z 0 –1) Fc2
= 100.0 x (1 / 0.37 – 1 / 0.50)
+ 86 x (0.34 / 0.37 –1) = 63 kN/m

force Fs in reinforcement:
Fs0d = M2d / z 2 + N2d / 2 + ∆Fs2d = 121.5 / 0.50 + 86 / 2 + 63 = 349 kN/m
Fs2d = M2d / z 2 + N2d / 2 = 121.5 / 0.50 + 86 / 2 = 286 kN/m

Check:
As1 ≥ Fd, s1 x γs / fy: As1, req = 346 x 1.15 / 0.5 = 796 mm2/m ≤ As1, prov = 905 mm2/m ok
As0 ≥ Fd, s0 x γs / fy: As0, req = 349 x 1.15 / 0.5 = 803 mm2/m ≤ As0, prov = 804 mm2/m ok
As2 ≥ Fd, s2 x γs / fy: As2, req = 286 x 1.15 / 0.5 = 658 mm2/m ≤ As2, prov = 804 mm2/m ok

Tensile stress in concrete due to splitting force S0:


0 .7 ⋅ 0.3 2 3 2
Design tensile stress: fctd ≈ ⋅ fck = 0.117 ⋅ 20 3 = 0 .86 N / mm 2 (section 3.1.2.3, EC 2)
γ ct
fsp.d = M1d x (1 – z 0 /z) x (1 - lb1 / 2z) x 2,41 / (b z2) = 100 x (1 – 0.37 / 0.50) x (1 – 0.26/(2 x 0.5)
x 2.41 / (1.0 x 0.52) = 185 kN/m2 = 0.18 N/mm2 ≤ fctd = 0.88 N/mm2 ok

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Closing moment V1
Fs1; As1
Requirement specified:
Starter bars to be anchored for yield of bar to achieve h1
maximum possible closing bending moment. d1
As1 = 452 mm2/m (∅12 s = 250 mm) z1 e
z 1 = 340 mm M1
Fs1d = As1 x fy / γs = 452 x 0.5 / 1.15 = 196.5 kN/m = 49.1 kN/bar V1
M1d = F,s1d x z 1 = 196.5 x 0.34 = 66.8 kNm/m
V1d = M1d / e = 66.8 / 1.2 = 55.7 kN/m Fs3 Fs0
cs
-N3d = V1d = 55.7 kN/m As3 z0 As0
-M3d = M1d – N3d x z 3/2 = 66.8 + 55.7 x 0.25 = 80.7 kNm/m S0
h3 d3 z 3 N3
M2d = 0; V1 = V3 = 0; N1 = N2 = 0 M3
linst lb1
Section properties: Concrete C20/25
h1 = 420 mm; h2 = h3 = 600 mm; d1 = 380 mm; d2 = d3 = 560 mm;
z ≈ 0.9 d: z1 = 340 mm; z2 = z 3 = 500 mm
As0 = As2 = As3 = 804 mm2/m (∅16 s = 250 mm) cs ≈ 40 mm
Embedment of post installed starter bars: l inst = 39 cm Bonding agent: Hilti HIT-HY 150: lb = 29 cm
Calculation: lever arm z0 = linst – c s - lb1 / 2 = 390 – 40 – (290 / 2) = 205 mm
additional force ∆Fs2d in reinforcement:
∆Fs2d = M1d x (1/zo – 1/z) + V1d x (z 1/z 0 –1) = 66.8 x (1/ 0.205 – 1/ 0.50) + 55.7 x (0.34/ 0.205 –1) = 229 kN/m
Force Fs in reinforcement:
Fs0d = ∆Fs2d = 229 kN/m Fs3d = M3d / z 3 + N3d/2 = 80.7 / 0.50 – 55.7 / 2 = 133.5 kN/m
Check: As1 ≥ Fs1d x γs / fy: As1, req = 196.5 x 1.15 / 0.5 = 452 mm2/m = As1, prov = 452 mm2/m ok
As0 ≥ Fs0d x γs / fy: As0, req = 229 x 1.15 / 0.5 = 527 mm2/m ≤ As0, prov = 804 mm2/m ok
As3 ≥ Fs3d x γs / fy: As3, req = 133.5 x 1.15 / 0.5 = 307 mm2/m ≤ As3, prov = 804 mm2/m ok
Splitting force S0: taken up by reinforcement in slab projection.
S0 ≈ M1 x (1 - z 0/z) x (1 - lb / (2 x z)) x 2/z = 66.8 x (1 – 0.205/0.5) x (1 - 0.29 / (2 x 0.5)) x 2 / 0.5 = 112 kN/m
Asreq = 112 x 1.15 / 0.5 = 258 mm2/m ≤ As3, prov = 804 mm2/m ok

4.3 Example with lapped splice


• Bending moment:? msd = 120 kNm/m; shear at joint: vsd = 50 kN/m
h = 300 mm; d = 260 mm,
• top reinf.: ∅16 s = 150 mm; As,prov = 1’340 mm2/m, cover to face cf = 3 cm
20
• bottom reinf.: ∅10 s = 200 mm; As,prov = 390 mm2/m
50 • Concrete C25/30
30 • Note: reduced load in cast-in bar due to lever arm: η = 25 / 27 = 0.93
250 300 • Fire resistance: 1 h (F60),
light weight plaster 2 cm for fire protection.
Standard approach (Clause 5.2.4, EC 2 : 1991)
ds2 = 250 mm, z2 ≈ 0.9 x 250 = 225 mm;
≥ 10 ∅ As,req = 120 x 1.15 / (0.225 x 0.5) = 1’227 mm2/m
cast-in: ls = 16/4 x 500/(3 x 1.15) x 1.4 x 1227/1340 = 743 mm
⇒ linst = ls + c f + s/2 = 74 + 3 + 8 = 85 cm

Fire resistance (Appendix A10; FTM B 2.11): 1 h (F 60)


clear cover: c = 4 + 2 = 6 cm (additional protection light weight plaster)
Force in one bar (safety factors for loads see relevant code): FsF = 50 kN
τF = 50’000 / (16 x π x 740) = 1.35 N/mm2
Hilti HIT-HY 150: τRT = 1.7 N/mm2 > 1.35 N/mm2 ok
Hilti HIT-RE 500: τRT = 0.8 N/mm2 < 1.35 N/mm2 ⇒ increase plaster to 4 cm ok

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5. Approvals / Literature
5.1 List of approvals for Hilti HIT-HY 150
Country: USA Country: Germany
Approval body: International Conference of Building Approval body: Deutsches Institut für Bautechnik (DIBt)
Officials (ICBO) Approval No.: Z-12.8-1648
Approval No.: Evaluation Report # 5193 Title: Bewehrungsanschluß mit Hilti-
Title: Hilti HIT HY -150 Adhesive Anchor System Injektionsmörtel HIT-HY 150
Remark: Covers threaded rod and reinforcing bar (Rebar connections with Hilti injection
applications in concrete mortar HIT-HY 150)
Remark: Post installed rebar anchoring for
Country: USA BSt 500 rebars Ø8 – Ø25,
Approval body: City of Los Angeles (COLA) design according to DIN 1045 / EC 2
Approval No.: Research Report 25257
Country: France
Country: USA Approval body: SOCOTEC
Approval body: Southern Building Code Congress Approval No.: BX 1032
International (SBCCI) Title: HY 150 fers à béton
Approval No.: Report No. 9930 Remark: REBAR

5.2 List of approvals for Hilti HIT-RE 500


Country: France
Country: USA Approval body: SOCOTEC
Approval body: International Conference of Building Approval No.: KX 0893
Officials (ICBO) Title: HIT-RE500 pour l’ancrage d’armatures
Approval No.: Evaluation Report # 6010 pour béton armé
Title: Hilti HIT RE 500 Adhesive Anchor System Remark: REBAR
Remark: Covers threaded rod and reinforcing bar
applications in concrete

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