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Post Installed Rebar Technology

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Why post installed rebar...

Design flexibility
Form work simplification
Reliable like cast in
Defined load characteristic
Simple, high confidence application

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Performance test post-installed compared to
cast-in

Splitting of cover
Steel stress in cast-in splice Steel stress in splice with cast-in (left)
and Hilti HIT HY-150 (right) bar
cast-in-place Hilti HIT-RE 500
450
400
350
steel stress [Mpa]

300
F=20kN
250
F=40kN
200 F=60kN
150 F=100kN
100 Fmax=116kN
50
0
0 100 200 300 400 500 600
Steel stress in splice, bar
embedment depth [mm] set with Hilti HIT RE 500
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Application range

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What we must consider when anchors work as a
group like this?

Anchor spacing

Edge Distance/ Concrete Cover

Concrete Strength

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Otherwise these failure will be occurred

CONCRETE
SPLITTING

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2 Types of Post Installed rebar design

Anchorage Rebar Spliced

Hilti HIT CC-Anchor Model Hilti HIT CC-Rebar Model


tensile load transferred to Tensile load transferred to
concrete existing rebar

How to Calculate How to Calculate

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Anchorage

Shear Design

Bond Design

Shear Design

Splitting Design
Bond Design

Splitting Design

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Bond Design

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Bond Design

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Bond Design

for :

1. HIT RE 500

2. HIT HY 150

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Bond Design

for :

HIT RE 500

Characteristic Bond Strength of


HILTI HIT RE 500 from FTM for
interpolation

Design Bond Strength

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Bond Design

Influencing factors :
Concrete Strength (fb,N)

Temperature (fTemp)

Humidity (fW,sat)

Crack along the bar (fcrack)

Effective Design Bond Strength (fbd) = fbd0 . fb,N . fTemp . fW,sat . fcrack

hef < 18Fobd = fbdo . . hef


Bond Force (Fobd) for hef :
hef > 18Fobd = fbdo . . [18+ 0.5 (hef 18)]

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Bond Design

for :

HIT HY 150

Design bond strength (fbd):

Bond Force (Fobd) for hef :

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Shear design

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Failure mode of Shear

Edge Failure

Spacing

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Spacing and Edge Distance

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Spacing and Edge Distance

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Splitting design

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Concrete splitting failure modes

Concrete compression struts


under 45

circumferential tensile stresses

Splitting is the failure of the concrete surrounding the


anchorage because of excessive radial stresses

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Failure modes of cast-in rebar anchors

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FAILURE MODE
Failure modes of cast-in rebar anchors

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Interpretation of the ACI 318 design approach (1999)

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Transverese Reinforcement

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Splitting Bond Stress Derivation

Fy

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Bond Stress Derivation as per ACI 318 (1999)

Required bond stress that will


enable the steel to yield first before
bond or splitting failure.

strength reduction factor =0.9


(ACI 318 (1999)).

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Bond Stress Limitation as per ACI 318 (1999)

Bond stress capacity of a


20 MPa concrete for a
20mm diameter rebar.

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Modified approach for post-installed bars

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Modified approach for post-installed bars

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2 Types of Post Installed rebar design

Anchorage Rebar Spliced

Hilti HIT CC-Anchor Model Hilti HIT CC-Rebar Model


tensile load transferred to Tensile load transferred to
concrete existing rebar

How to Calculate How to Calculate

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Rebar Splice

Recommendation of splice length : Refer to Eurocode2


Function of : - required anchorage length
- factor lap conditions

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Splice length is l s 1 l b,net

As,req Fyd ,req


where l b,net a l b a lb
As,prov Fyd ,prov

and fyd
lb
4 fbd

1 determination :
% of spliced < 30 % All > 30%
bars
Bar spacing a > 10 other < 10
Edge >5 cases <5
distance b
= 1.0 1.4 2.0

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Geometrical conditions fo
spliced bars :

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Case if insufficient splice length :

Long Splice : Pull out / splitting

Short Splice : Concrete breaking

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HILTI EXBAR Calculation Spreadsheet

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calculate

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