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This draft is for public review and comment. 1 — Standards, or specific sections thereof, cited in this Code, including Annex, Appendices, or Supplements where prescribed, are referenced without exception in this Code, unless specifically noted. Cited standards are listed in the following with their serial designations, including year of adoption or revision. 1 — In this Code, references to standard specifications or other material are to a specific edition of the cited document. This is done by using the complete serial designation for the referenced standard including the title that indicates the subject and year of adoption.

24 anchorage zone — In post-tensioned members, the portion of the member through which the concentrated 25 prestressing force is transferred to the concrete and distributed more uniformly across the section. 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.

May 2014 COMMENTARY Code. The use of computers in structural engineering has made it feasible to perform analysis of complex structures. The Code requires that the analytical procedure used meets the fundamental principles of equilibrium and compatibility of deformations, permitting a number of analytical techniques, including the strut-and-tie method required for discontinuity regions, as provided in Chapter 6. 1 — Design strength of a member and its joints and The basic requirement for strength design may be connections, in terms of moment, axial force, shear, torsion, expressed as follows: and bearing, shall be taken as the nominal strength Sn, Design strength • Required strength multiplied by the applicable strength reduction factor I.

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