Evaluation of Non-Ductile Drilled-in Expansion Boltsby Timothy L. Moore, Gilbert Associates Inc, Reading, PA, USA,
John C. Herr, Gilbert Associates Inc, Reading, PA, USA,
Document Type: Proceeding Paper
Part of: Structural Engineering in Nuclear Facilities
Abstract: This paper provides background and justification for the design of closely spaced non-ductile drilled-in expansion bolts (bolts). It describes testing used to establish allowable design values. The design values thus established for closely spaced drilled-in-expansion bolts are discussed in light of requirements of ACI 349-80 'Code Requirements for Nuclear Safety Related Concrete Structures'.
Subject Headings: Bolts | Drilling | Structural safety | Ductility | Nuclear safety | Power plants | Standards and codes | Concrete
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