(ACI ) An ACI Standard. Reported by ACI Committee Seismic Design of Liquid-Containing Concrete Structures and Commentary. ACI Seismic Design of Liquid-Containing Concrete Structures and Commentary. standard by American Concrete Institute, 01/01/. The seismic design provisions of the previous () edition of ACI were very limited in ACI covers all types of concrete tanks (prestressed and.
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Concrete Structures for Containment of Hazardous Materials. For a listing sci and access to all product errata, visit the Errata page. Choose Product Language English.
This standard prescribes procedures for the seismic analysis and design of liquid-containing concrete structures. This required the inclusion of all types of tanks—rectangular, as well as circular; and reinforced concrete, as well as prestressed. As the loading side of seismic design is outside the scope of ACIChapter 21, it was decided to maintain this practice in ACI as well.
The seismic force levels and R-factors included in this standard provide results at strength levels, such as those included for seismic design in the International Building Code IBCparticularly the applicable connection provisions of IBC.
Provisions similar to Section 1.
Errata are not included for collections or sets of documents such as the ACI Collection. Accordingly, the basic scope, format, and mandatory language of Chapter 21 of ACI were retained with only enough revisions to adapt the chapter to environmental engineering structures.
Rather than combining impulsive and convective modes by algebraic sum, this standard combines these modes by square-root-sum-of-the-squares. This approach offers at least zci advantages:.
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To produce a self-contained set of procedures that would enable 35.03-06 practicing engineer to perform a full seismic analysis and design of a liquid-containing structure.
The following paragraphs highlight the development of this standard and its 3500.3-06 to the present format:. The user should note the following general design methods used in this standard, which represent some of the key differences relative to traditional methodologies, such as those described in ASCE Instead of assuming a rigid tank for which the acceleration is equal to the ground acceleration 350.3-006 all locations, this standard assumes amplification of response due to natural frequency of the tank.
These procedures address the loading side of seismic design and are intended to complement ACISection 1. This meant that these procedures should cover both aspects of seismic design: Any applicable errata are included with individual documents at the time of purchase. It makes it easier to update these seismic provisions so as to keep up with the frequent changes and improvements in the field of seismic hazard analysis and evaluation.
To establish the scope of the new procedures consistent with the overall scope of ACI These items are not eligible for return.