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Its extent is equal 26 to the largest dimension of the cross section. For anchorage devices located away from the end of a member, the 27 anchorage zone includes the disturbed regions ahead of and behind the anchorage devices. See Fig. 1(b). 28 compliance requirements — Although primarily directed to the contractor, the compliance requirements are also 29 commonly used by others involved with the project. 30 concrete, normalweight — Normalweight concrete typically has a density (unit weight) between 135 and 160 lb/ft3, 31 and is normally taken as 145 to 150 lb/ft3.

Provisions common to both 3 prestressed and conventionally reinforced concrete are integrated to avoid overlapping and conflicting provisions. 4 concrete, reinforced — Includes members satisfying the requirements for nonprestressed and prestressed concrete. 5 concrete, sand-lightweight — By Code terminology, sand-lightweight concrete is lightweight concrete with all of 6 the fine aggregate replaced by sand. This definition may not be in agreement with usage by some material suppliers 7 or contractors where the majority, but not all, of the lightweight fines are replaced by sand.

Integrity requirements for selected structural member types are included in the corresponding member chapter in the sections noted. 1. in this section include only member types that have specific requirements for structural integrity. Notwithstanding, detailing requirements for other member types address structural integrity indirectly. 7. 6 51 This draft is not final and is subject to revision. This draft is for public review and comment. 1 — Structural concrete members shall satisfy the fire Additional guidance on fire resistance of structural protection requirements of the general building code.

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