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Garth Fallis P.Eng. Chair DC-80 Repair, Rehabilitation and Strengthening

Garth Fallis P.Eng. Chair DC-80 Repair, Rehabilitation and Strengthening

Garth Fallis P.Eng. Chair DC-80 Repair, Rehabilitation and Strengthening
 Background  Document  Specification  External PT  Certification  ACI 562 

Background

Document

Specification

External PT

Certification ACI 562

Some neat stuff that is happening

 Document  Specification  External PT  Certification  ACI 562  Some neat stuff
 Document  Specification  External PT  Certification  ACI 562  Some neat stuff
 Prestressed Concrete was first patented by a San Francisco Engineer P.H. Jackson - 1886

Prestressed Concrete was first patented by a San Francisco Engineer P.H. Jackson - 1886

E. Freyssinet of France started modern development of Prestressed Concrete - 1928

North America’s first prestressed concrete bridge, Walnut Lane Memorial Bridge in Philadelphia - 1951 The first strand post-tensioning system used in the U.S. was developed by Edward K. Rice, the president of T. Y. Lin & Assoc. - 1960’s

system used in the U.S. was developed by Edward K. Rice, the president of T. Y.
system used in the U.S. was developed by Edward K. Rice, the president of T. Y.
That is over 50 years  In the past most reinforced concrete structures have been

That is over 50 years

In the past most reinforced concrete structures have been designed for 25 to 30 years

Repairs are required after as little as 5 years

Concrete structures (like everything else) have a service life

Post-tensioned concrete structures are part of this world

structures (like everything else) have a service life  Post-tensioned concrete structures are part of this
structures (like everything else) have a service life  Post-tensioned concrete structures are part of this
So if we are going to do repairs let’s make sure they are done right

So if we are going to do repairs let’s make sure they are done right

That is the purpose of Committee DC-80 Repair, Rehabilitation, and Strengtheing of Post-tensioned Structures

done right That is the purpose of Committee DC-80 Repair, Rehabilitation, and Strengtheing of Post-tensioned Structures
done right That is the purpose of Committee DC-80 Repair, Rehabilitation, and Strengtheing of Post-tensioned Structures
Some of things Committee DC-80 Repair, Rehabilitation, and Strengthening of Post-tensioned Structures are doing

Some of things Committee DC-80 Repair, Rehabilitation, and Strengthening of Post-tensioned Structures are doing

Some of things Committee DC-80 Repair, Rehabilitation, and Strengthening of Post-tensioned Structures are doing
Some of things Committee DC-80 Repair, Rehabilitation, and Strengthening of Post-tensioned Structures are doing

DIVISION 03 CONCRETE SECTION 03 01 24 UNBONDED POST-TENSIONING REPAIRS

PART 1 – GENERAL 1.1 SUMMARY

A. This section includes repair to unbonded post-tensioning in the slabs and beams (modify as appropriate to identify post-tensioned elements to be addressed) as

follows:

Provide listing of work tasks specific to post-tensioning that are to be described/specified in this specification, possibly including the following:

1. Making inspection recesses
2. Testing force in tendon
3. Repairing damaged tendon sheathing
4. Splicing of damaged or fractured post-tensioning strand
5. Rebuilding damaged or deteriorated end anchorages
6. Extraction and threading of beam post-tensioning strand
7. Drying of existing tendon sheathing Stressing repaired post-tensioning tendons

8.
8.
of beam post-tensioning strand 7. Drying of existing tendon sheathing Stressing repaired post-tensioning tendons 8.
Guide for Strengthening of Concrete Structures by means of external post-tensioning tendons or bars This
Guide for Strengthening of Concrete Structures
by means of external post-tensioning tendons or bars
This guide provides an introduction to the repair or strengthening of
concrete structures by means of external post-tensioned tendons or bars.
The intent of this document is to familiarize owners, licensed design
professionals, contractors, suppliers, and other interested parties with the
procedures, tests, equipment, and other aspects of the repair and
strengthening process.
interested parties with the procedures, tests, equipment, and other aspects of the repair and strengthening process.
 Certification committee CRT-60 formed and having first meeting later today  Chair of committee

Certification committee CRT-60 formed and having first meeting later today

Chair of committee Jim Beicker

Committee members so far

Chair of committee Jim Beicker  Committee members so far ◦ Gabriel Jimenez ◦ Doug Sarkkinen

Gabriel Jimenez

Doug Sarkkinen

Dan Moser

Garth Fallis

Please join

Format based in the Unbonded Technician Certification

The Guide for the Evaluation and Repair of Post-tensioned Concrete Structures will supply the material

Certification  The Guide for the Evaluation and Repair of Post-tensioned Concrete Structures will supply the
Certification  The Guide for the Evaluation and Repair of Post-tensioned Concrete Structures will supply the

ACI562 - Code Requirements for Evaluation, Repair, and Rehabilitation of Concrete Buildings

7.6.4 Prestressed structures

7.6.4.1 The effects of existing prestressing shall be included in the repair design.

7.6.4.1C Requirements for repair of structures with bonded and unbonded prestressing are different. Post-tensioned structures (with bonded and unbonded tendons) are often cast-in-place monolithic structures, whereas pretensioned structures (with bonded strands) are often single-span precast structures. Each system is unique and should be individually considered. The repair of prestressed structures requires an assessment of the existing tendons. Repair of unbonded tendons may require tendon detensioning. Guidance for evaluation methods and repair techniques of unbonded post-tensioned structures is provided in ACI 423.4R, ACI 222.2R, ICRI No. 210.2, ICRI No. 320.4., and PTI DC80.2 (2010).

post-tensioned st ructures is provided in ACI 423.4R, ACI 222.2R, ICRI No. 210.2, ICRI No. 320.4.,
post-tensioned st ructures is provided in ACI 423.4R, ACI 222.2R, ICRI No. 210.2, ICRI No. 320.4.,

ACI562 - Code Requirements for Evaluation, Repair, and Rehabilitation of Concrete Buildings

7.6.4 Prestressed structures

7.6.4.1 The effects of existing prestressing shall be included in the repair design.

7.6.4.2 The effects of modifications to existing structure geometry, existing damage conditions,

prestressing force release, and construction sequence shall be included in the repair design.

7.6.4.3 Stresses in remaining section after concrete removal shall not exceed the limits established in

the design basis code.

Stresses in remaining section after concrete removal shall not exceed the limits established in the design
Stresses in remaining section after concrete removal shall not exceed the limits established in the design

ACI562 - Code Requirements for Evaluation, Repair, and Rehabilitation of Concrete Buildings

7.7—Repair using supplemental post-tensioning

7.7.1 Supplemental post-tensioning shall be permitted for repair and rehabilitation of structures.

7.7.2 Design of repair shall include the effects of the supplemental post-tensioning on the

behavior of the structure.

7.7.2.1 Stresses due to supplemental post-tensioning shall be combined with existing stresses and the total shall not exceed the limits in the design basis code.

7.7.2.2 Design of supplemental post-tensioning shall provide for the transfer of post- tensioning forces between the post-tensioning system and the structure. Design of concrete supplemental post-tensioning anchorage zones shall be in accordance with ACI 318-11. Design of steel brackets and supplementary steel shall be in accordance with ANSI/AISC 360-10.

7.7.3 Provisions shall be made for effects of post-tensioning, temperature, and shrinkage on

adjoining construction, including immediate and long-term deformations, deflections, changes in length, and rotations due to prestressing

7.7.4 Post-tensioning losses shall be included in the design of supplemental post-tensioning

systems

in t he design of supplemental post-tensioning systems 7.7.5 Repair construction documents shall defin e the

7.7.5

Repair construction documents shall define the repair sequence, including tendon

placement, anchorage, and stressing of the post-tensioned system.

Some Neat Stuff that is happening in PT Repair

Some Neat Stuff that is happening in PT Repair
Some Neat Stuff that is happening in PT Repair
Questions
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Questions

Questions
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