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Design standard form for scher expansion/undercut anchors

Anchor design according to scher specication

General information
Acting design load in tension on group N GSd 1

number of anchors in the tension component of the load acting (


/ 4E
n= / 4E  NSd 2
group acting in tension on single anchor O

Acting design load in shear on group V GSd 3

Steel failure and pryout-failure 4

shear component of the load acting ( VSd,s


number of anchors in the 7 4E
n= on single anchor at steel and pryout 7 4E T  7 4E DQ  5
group acting in shear; n O VSd,cp
failure

Concrete Edge Failure 6


number of anchors in the group consi-
dered to act in shear at the edge; nc

if load is towards the edge only (


shear component of the load acting on 7 4E
anchors at the edge can be taken nc = 7 4E D  VSd,c 7
single anchor at concrete edge failure OD
if load is away from the edge or
parallel to the edge all anchors
can be taken

Anchor and base material data 8

type of anchor 9

concrete strength class cracked concrete non-cracked concrete 10

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Design standard form for scher expansion/undercut anchors
Anchor design according to scher specication

Calculation of tension resistance


Tension: Calculation of steel resistance - highest loaded anchor 11

NRd,s - basic resistance, section 4.1 12

Tension: Calculation of concrete pull-out resistance - most unfavourable anchor 13

cracked concrete non-cracked concrete N 0Rd,p - basic resistance, section 4.2 14


- inuence of concrete strength
concrete strength class fb,N 15
section 4.3.1
NRd,p = N 0Rd,p fb,N 16

Tension: Calculation of concrete cone resistance - most unfavourable anchor 17

cracked concrete non-cracked concrete N 0Rd,c - basic resistance, section 4.3 18


- influence of concrete strength,
concrete strength class fb,N 19
section 4.3.1
s1 = s1 /scr,N = fs1 - characteristic distance,
section 4.3.2
s2 = scr,N = s2 /scr,N = fs2 20
- influence of spacing,
s3 = s3 /scr,N = fs3 section 4.3.2.1

fc1,A - characteristic distance,


c1 = c1 /ccr,N = section 4.3.2
ccr,N = fc1,B - influence of edge distance, 21
section 4.3.2.2
c2 = c2 /ccr,N = fc2 c1 < c2
NRd,c = N 0Rd,c fb,N fs1 fs2 fs3 fc1,A fc1,B fc,2 22

Tension: Calculation of concrete splitting resistance - most unfavourable anchor 23

cracked concrete proof of splitting is only necessary for non-cracked concrete; if cracked concrete go to line 32 24

ccr,sp = ccr,N = ccr,sp > ccr,N proof of splitting failure in non-


cracked concrete is only necessary
25
1.2 ccr,sp = c1 = 1.2 ccr,sp > c1 if all of the conditions on the left
side are met

non-cracked concrete N 0Rd,c - basic resistance, section 4.3 26


- influence of concrete strength,
concrete strength class fb,N 27
section 4.3.1
s1 = s1 /scr,sp = fs1,sp - characteristic distance,
section 4.3.3
s2 = scr,sp = s2 /scr,sp = fs2,sp 28
- influence of spacing,
s3 = s3 /scr,sp = fs3,sp section 4.3.3.1

fc1,sp,A - characteristic distance,


c1 = c1 /ccr,sp = section 4.3.3
ccr,sp = fc1,sp,B - influence of edge distance, 29
section 4.3.3.2
c2 = c2 /ccr,sp = fc2,sp c1 < c2
- inuence of member thickness
h= hmin = h/hmin = fh 30
section 4.3.3.3
NRd,sp = N 0Rd,c fb,N fs1,sp fs2,sp fs3,sp fc1,sp,A fc1,sp,B fc2,sp fh 31

Decisive resistance in tension - required proof 32

lowest value NRd,s ; NRd,p ; NRd,c ; NRd,sp NRd 33


/4E
tension component of load acting on single anchor NSd /3E 1 34

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Design standard form for scher expansion/undercut anchors
Anchor design according to scher specication

Calculation of shear resistance


Shear: Calculation of steel resistance - most unfavourable anchor 35

VRd,s - basic resistance, section 5.1 36

shear component of load acting on 74E T


VSd,s 73E T 1 37
single anchor at steel resistance

Shear: Calculation of concrete pryout resistance - most unfavourable anchor 38

NRd,c - calculation section 4.3,


39
k section 5.2

VRd,cp = NRd,c k 40

shear component of load acting on 74E DQ


VSd,c 73E DQ 1 41
single anchor at pryout resistance

Shear: Calculation of concrete edge resistance most - unfavourable anchor 42

cracked concrete non-cracked concrete c1 = V 0Rd,c - basic resistance, section 5.3 43


- influence of concrete strength,
concrete strength class fb,V 44
section 5.3.1
- influence of load direction,
angle V f,V 45
section 5.3.2
s1 = s1 /c1 = fs1,V - influence of spacing,
46
s2 = s2 /c1 = fs2,V section 5.3.3
c1 = - influence of edge distance,
c2 = c2 /c1 = fc2,V 47
section 5.3.4, c1 < c2
- influence of member thickness,
h= h/c1 = fh,V 48
section 5.3.5
- inuence of n 4 anchors in a
n= s= c1 = s/c1 = fm 49
row at the edge, section 5.3.6
VRd,c = V 0Rd,c fb,V f,V fs1,V fs2,V fc2,V fh,V fm 50
74E D
shear component of load acting on single anchor at concrete edge resistance VSd,c 73E D 1 51

Shear: Decisive design proof in shear 52

7 4E T 7 7
highest value  4E DQ  4E D 74E D 1 53
7 3E T 7 3E DQ 7 3E D 73E

Summary of required proof


Required proof for interaction 54

/4E 74E /4E 7 4E combined tension and shear


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/3E 73E /3E 7 3E 1.2

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