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Robin Wirittie Research & Development Group, Ove Arup Partnership % 24012 «es 12fco/® Viewpoint Publication 21 21 a 2a a 2 22 22 2 23 B Contents Introduction General ‘Assumptions and limitations Detailing instructions Preferred detaiting methods Reinforcement Bar referencing Bar bending Easy bends Bundled bars Rebending of bars Mechanical splicing Welding of reinforcement Lightweight aggregate structural concrete 1 Foundations 1.1 Scope 1.2 Design notes 1.2.1 Concrete grade 1.2.2 Cover 1.2.3. Minimum area of reinforcement 1.2.4 Bar spacing 1.2.5 Anchorage and lapping of bers 1.2.5.1 Pad footings and column strips 1.2.5.2 Pile caps 1.2.6 Standard pile caps 1.2.7 Ground slabs 1.2.8 Ground beams See teadteeny acl 24 24 24 2s 2s 26 a 2 28 45 45 45 4s 4s 45 46 46 a7 1.2.9 Rafts 1.2.40 Ducts and trenches 1.2.11 Column and wall starters 1.2.12 Chairs 1.3 References 1.4 Detailing information 1.5. Presentation of working drawings 1.5.1 Traditional method 1.5.2 Representational method ing Walls, 21 Scope 2.2 Design notes 2.21 Concrete grade 2.2.2 Cover 2.2.3 Minimum area of reinforcement 2.2.4 Maximum area of vertical reinforcement 2.2.5 Bar spacing 2.2.6 Anchorage and lapping of bars 2.2.7. Edge wall connections to slabs 2.2.8 Corner details 2.2.9 Construction joints 2s 2.2.11 Links in walls 10 Wall starters 2.3, References 2.4 Detailing information 2.5. Presentation of working drawings 2.5.1 Free standing retaining wall 2.5.2 Basement retaining wali 3Columns 3.1 Scope 3.2 Design notes 3.2.1 Concrete grade 3.2.2 Cover 3.2.3, Minimum area of reinforcement 3.2.4. Maximum area of main reinforcement 3.2.5 Bar spacing 3.2.6 Lapping of bars : 3.2.7. Moment connections between beam and edge column pau