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AISC Design Guide 1: Base Plate and Anchor Rod Design, 2006 Edition
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AISC Design Guide 1: Base Plate and Anchor Rod Design, 2006 Edition

Follow the design specifications set forth in AISC Design Guide 1
Item #: 330-8016-06
Author: AISC
Publisher: AISC
Manufacturer Item #: 801-06
Format: Paperback
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This second-edition of the AISC Design Guide 1: Base Plate and Anchor Rod Design guide has been created to assist engineers and fabricators in the design, detailing and specification of column-base-plate and anchor-rod connections, in a manner that avoids common fabrication and erection problems. The updated content in this design guide is based on the 2005 AISC Specification for Structural Steel Buildings (AISC 2005) and includes design guidance in accordance with both Load and Resistance Factor Design (LRFD) and Allowable Stress Design (ASD).

Topics covered in AISC Design Guide 1 include material selection, fabrication, erection, and repairs, guidance on base plate and anchorage design for compression, tension, and bending, guidance on the design of anchors for fatigue applications, and design examples on all common design cases, presented side-by-side for both ASD and LRFD.

AISC Design Guide 1: Base Plate and Anchor Rod Design, 2006 Edition - Table of Contents:

  • INTRODUCTION
  • MATERIAL, FABRICATION, INSTALLATION, AND REPAIRS
    • Material Specifications
    • Base Plate Material Selection
    • Base Plate Fabrication and Finishing
    • Base Plate Welding
    • Anchor Rod Material
    • Anchor Rod Holes and Washers
    • Anchor Rod Sizing and Layout
    • Anchor Rod Placement and Tolerances
    • Column Erection Procedures
      • Setting Nut and Washer Method
      • Setting Plate Method
      • Shim Stack Method
      • Setting Large Base Plates
      • Grouting Requirements
      • Anchor Rod Repairs
        • Anchor Rods in the Wrong Position
        • Anchor Rods Bent or Not Vertical
        • Anchor Rod Projection Too Long or Too Short
        • Anchor Rod Pattern Rotated 90°
        • Details for Seismic Design D
  • DESIGN OF COLUMN BASE PLATE CONNECTIONS
    • Concentric Compressive Axial Loads
      • Concrete Bearing Limit
      • Base Plate Yielding Limit (W-Shapes)
      • Base Plate Yielding Limit (HSS and Pipe)
      • General Design Procedure
      • Tensile Axial Loads
      • Anchore Rod Tension
      • Concrete Anchorage for Tensile Forces
    • Design of Column Base Plates with Small Moments
      • Concrete Bearing Stress
      • Base Plate Flexural Yielding Limit at Bearing Interface
      • Base Plate Flexural Yielding at Tension Interface
      • General Design Procedure
      • Design of Column Base Plates with Large Moments
      • Concrete Bearing and Anchor Rod Forces
      • Base Plate Yielding Limit at Bearing Interface
      • Base Plate Yielding Limit at Tension Interface
      • General Design Procedure
      • Design for Shear
      • Friction
      • Bearing
      • Shear in Anchor Rods
      • Interaction of Tension and
      • Shear in the Concrete
      • Hairpins and Tie Rods
    • DESIGN EXAMPLES
      • Example: Base Plate for Concentric Axial Compressive Load (No concrete confinement)
      • Example: Base Plate for Concentrix Axial Compressive Load (Using concrete confinement)
      • Example: Available Tensile Strength of a w-in Anchor Rod
      • Example: Concerete Embedment Strength
      • Example: Column Anchorage for Tensile Loads
      • Example: Small Moment Base Plate Design
      • Example: Large Moment Base Plate Design
      • Example: Shear Transfer Using Bearing
      • Example: Shear Lug Design
      • Example: Edge Disttance for Shear
      • Example: Anchor Rod Resisting Combined Tension and Shear
  • DESIGN EXAMPLES
    • Example: Base Plate for Concentric Axial Compressive Load (No concrete confinement)
    • Example: Base Plate for Concentrix Axial Compressive Load (Using concrete confinement)
    • Example: Available Tensile Strength of a w-in Anchor Rod
    • Example: Concerete Embedment Strength
    • Example: Column Anchorage for Tensile Loads
    • Example: Small Moment Base Plate Design
    • Example: Large Moment Base Plate Design
    • Example: Shear Transfer Using Bearing
    • Example: Shear Lug Design
    • Example: Edge Disttance for Shear
    • Example: Anchor Rod Resisting Combined Tension and Shear
  • REFERENCES
  • APPENDIX A
  • APPENDIX B


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