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ERRATA as of November 10, 2017
ACI 318-14
Building Code Requirements for Structural Concrete and Commentary
1st printing
Reported by ACI Committee 318

KEYWORDS, page 3, term revised as:


contract construction documents

NOTES FROM THE PUBLISHER, page 3, first paragraph, fifth sentence revised as:
Reference to this commentary shall not be made in contract construction documents.

Chapter 2, Definitions, revised as:


concrete, plain—structural concrete with no reinforcement or with reinforcement less than the minimum
amount of reinforcement specified for reinforced concrete.

concrete, reinforced—structural concrete reinforced with at least the minimum amounts of


nonprestressed reinforcement, or prestressed reinforcement, or both, as specified in required by this Code.

concrete, prestressed—reinforced concrete in which internal stresses have been introduced by


prestressed reinforcement to reduce potential tensile stresses in concrete resulting from service
loads., and for two-way slabs, with at least the minimum amount of prestressed reinforcement.

concrete, precast—structural concrete element cast elsewhere than its final position in the structure.

Chapter 2, Commentary Definitions, revised as:


concrete, plain—The presence of reinforcement, (nonprestressed or prestressed,) does not exclude the
member from being classified as plain concrete, provided all requirements of Chapter 14 are satisfied.

concrete, prestressed—The term “prestressed concrete” includes members with unbonded tendons or
bonded prestressing reinforcement. Classes of prestressed flexural members are defined in 24.5.2.1.
Prestressed two-way slabs require a minimum level of compressive stress in the concrete due to effective
prestress in accordance with 8.6.2.1. Although the behavior of a prestressed members with unbonded
tendons may vary from that of members with continuously bonded prestressed reinforcement, bonded and
unbonded prestressed concrete are combined with conventionally reinforced nonprestressed concrete under
the generic term “reinforced concrete.” Provisions common to both prestressed and conventionally
reinforced nonprestressed concrete are integrated to avoid overlapping and conflicting provisions.

Chapter 2, Commentary Definitions,Added:

concrete, nonprestressed – Nonprestressed concrete usually contains no prestressed reinforcement.


Prestressed two-way slabs require a minimum level of compressive stress in the concrete due to effective
prestress in accordance with 8.6.2.1. Two-way slabs with less than this minimum level of precompression
are required to be designed as nonprestressed concrete.

Chapter 2, Commentary Notation, page 25, revised as:


Tburst = tensile force in general zone acting ahead of the anchorage device caused by spreading of
the anchorage force, in.lb

Fig. R7.6.4.2, page 88, revised as (changed the word “compression” to “average compressive
stress” in annotation. Changed 7.12.3.4 to 7.7.6.3.1 and 7.12.3.5 to 7.7.6.3.2.):

7.7.2.3, page 88, revised as:


For nonprestressed slabs, Mmaximum spacing s of deformed reinforcement shall be the lesser of
3h and 18 in.

R8.1, page 93, first paragraph, reference revised as:


The design methods given in this chapter … PTI DC10.5DC20.8;

R8.4.1.2, page 97, references in the second and last sentences of the paragraph should be revised
as:
The equivalent frame method of analysis has been shown … PTI DC10.5DC20.8; …
PTI DC10.5DC20.8 provides guidance for prestressed concrete slab systems.

9.7.3.8.3, page 143, revised as:


At simple supports and points of inflection, db for positive moment tension reinforcement shall be
limited such that ℓd for that reinforcement…
Fig. R11.5.3.1, page 166, revised as:

(References to Section 14.4 changed to Section 11.5.2 and reference to Eq. (14-1) changed to Eq.
(11.5.3.1)).

Table 11.5.4.6, Equation (e), page 168, revised as:


Calculation
option Axial force Vc

Compression 2 f chd (a)

 Nu 
Simplified 2 1   f chd (b)
Greater  500 Ag 
Tension
of:
0 (c)

Nu d
3.3 f chd  (d)
4 w

  N 
Tension or Lesser   w  1.25 f c  0.2 u  
Detailed  0.6 f     wh  
compression of: hd
 c
Mu w 
   (e)
Vu 2
 
Equation shall not apply if (Mu/Vu – ℓw/2) is
negative.
(“f'”corrected to “f'c” inside the square root next to 1.25  .)
11.6.2, p. 169, revise to:

11.6.2 If in-plane Vu ≥ 0.5ϕVc, (a) and (b) shall be satisfied:

(a) ρℓ shall be at least the greater of the value calculated by Eq. (11.6.2) and 0.0025, but need not exceed ρt
in accordance with Table 11.6.1 required by 11.5.4.8.

ρℓ ≥ 0.0025 + 0.5(2.5 – hw/ℓw)(ρt – 0.0025) (11.6.2)

(b) ρt shall be at least 0.0025

17.2.3.4.3(d), p. 224, revise as:


 
(d) The anchor or group of anchors shall be designed for the maximum tension obtained from
design load combinations that include E, with the horizontal component of E increased by Ωo. 
The anchor design tensile strength shall satisfy the shear strength requirements of 17.3.1.1.

17.2.3.5.3(c), p. 227, revise as:


(c) The anchor or group of anchors shall be designed for the maximum shear obtained from
design load combinations that include E, with the horizontal component of E increased by Ωo.
The anchor design shear strength shall satisfy the shear strength requirements of 17.3.1.1.

17.3.3, p. 233, revise as:

(c) Anchor governed by concrete breakout, side-face

blowout, bond, pullout, or pryout strength

Condition A Condition B
(i) Shear loads.......................... 0.75..........................0.70
(ii) Tension loads
Fig. R17.4.5.1, page 244, revise as:
 
The phrase “s1 and s2 >2cNa” 
 
SHOULD READ 
 
“s1 and s2 < 2cNa” 

Fig. R18.7.5.2, page 283, the original figure had bc1 and bc2 were in the incorrect location. Revise
as noted below:
 
R18.2.2, Page 266, revise as:

Second paragraph, last sentence of paragraph:


The analysis assumptions described in 6.6.3.1.2 and 6.6.3.1.3 6.6.3.1 may be used to estimate
lateral deflections of reinforced concrete building systems.

18.10.6.2, page 295, revise as:


Walls or wall piers with hw/ℓw ≥ 2.0 that are effectively continuous from the base of structure to
top of wall and are designed to have a single critical section for flexure and axial loads shall
satisfy (a) and (b), or shall be designed by 18.10.6.3

Fig. R21.2.2b, page 343, revised so that the value of the “Compression controlled” segment of
the line labeled “Other” is “0.65”.
 

 
 
 
TABLE 22.5.8.2, Eq. (a), page 355, revised as:
Vc
[1]

 Vu d p  (a)
 0.6 f c  700  bw d
 Mu 
Least of (a), (b),
and (c): (0.6 f c  700)bw d (b)

5 f cbw d (c)
(Subscript “p” added to “d” inside parenthesis.)
22.7.6.1, page 375, Equation (22.7.6.1b) should have a tan instead of a cot

2 A0 A f y
(b) Tn  cot  (22.7.6.1b)
ph

2 A0 A f y
(b) Tn  tan  (22.7.6.1b)
ph

22.8.3.2, page 378, Table 22.8.3.2: Ag should be A1 at the end of Eq. (22.8.3.2(a)).
Geometry of bearing
area Bn

Supporting surface is A2 /A1 (0.85 f cA g 1 ) (a)


Lesser of
wider on all sides than
(a) and (b)
the loaded area
2(0.85fc′A1) (b)

Other cases 0.85fc′A1 (c)

COMMENTARY REFERENCES, page 495, Post-Tensioning Institute (PTI), reference added:


DC20.8-04: Design of Post-Tensioned Slabs Using Unbonded Tendons

APPENDIX B, Provision Number 7.6.1.1, page 509, As in equations changed to Ag:

Provision SI-metric stress in MPa mks-metric stress in kgf/cm2 U.S. Customary units stress in
number pounds per square inch (psi)
7.6.1.1 0.0018  420
As
0.0018  4200
As
0.0018  60, 000
As
fy fy fy
0.0018  420 0.0018  4200 0.0018  60, 000
Ag Ag Ag
fy fy fy
APPENDIX B, Provision Number 8.6.1.1, page 509, As in equations changed to Ag:

Provision SI-metric stress in MPa mks-metric stress in kgf/cm2 U.S. Customary units stress in
number pounds per square inch (psi)
8.6.1.1 0.0018  420
As
0.0018  4200
As
0.0018  60, 000
As
fy fy fy
0.0018  420 0.0018  4200 0.0018  60, 000
Ag Ag Ag
fy fy fy

APPENDIX B, Provision Number 9.6.4.3 (a) and (b), second column, second equation, p. 510,
revised as:
 
1.33 f c Acp  25bw  f yt
A,min    ph
fy  f yt  fy
 

1.33 f c Acp  1.75bw  f yt


A,min 
fy
 p
 f yt  h f y
 
 
APPENDIX B, Provision Number 12.5.3.4, p. 511

Add to first column:


Vu  0.66 Acv f c'

Add to second column:


Vu  2.1Acv f c'
Add to third column:
Vu  8 Acv f c'

APPENDIX B, Provision Number 14.5.2.1a, p. 511, add parenthesis to letter “a”:

14.5.2.1(a) 
 
APPENDIX B, Provision Number 18.10.4.4, p. 512, revised as: 
8Acvv f c 8Acv f c  
 
APPENDIX B, Provision Number 22.5.1.2, p. 513,
first column revised as:

Vu  (Vc  0.66 f cbw d )

Vu  (Vc  0.66 f cbw d )


Second column revised as:

Vu  (Vc  2.2 f cbw d )

Vu  (Vc  2.2 f cbw d )

third column, revised as:

Vu  (Vc  8 f cbw d )  
 
Vu  (Vc  8 f cbw d )  
 
 
APPENDIX B, Provision Number 22.7.4.1(a)(b), first column, p. 515, delete repeated part of
equation in next line:  
 
 2 
Acp f pc
Tth < 0.083 f c   1
   pcp  0.33 f c
 
Tth < 0.083

 2 
Acp f pc
Tth < 0.083 f c   1
 pcp  0.33 f c
 

APPENDIX B, Provision Number 22.7.4.1(a)(c), first column, p. 515, add missing part to the
equation:

 2 
Acp Nu
f c   1
 pcp 
  0.33 Ag f c

 2 
Acp Nu
Tth < 0.083 f c   1
 pcp 
  0.33 Ag f c

INDEX, see Beams, page 517, revised as:

-not participating, 18.14.3

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