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2––Possible orientations of overhead, upwardly inclined, or horizontal anchors. 3 4 anchor, expansion —Expansion anchors may be torque-controlled, where the expansion is achieved by a torque 5 acting on the screw or bolt; or displacement controlled, where the expansion is achieved by impact forces acting on 6 a sleeve or plug and the expansion is controlled by the length of travel of the sleeve or plug. 7 anchor group — For all potential failure modes (steel, concrete breakout, pullout, side-face blowout, and pryout), 8 only those anchors susceptible to a particular failure mode should be considered when evaluating the strength 9 associated with that failure mode.

1 — Design of precast concrete members and All requirements in the Code apply to precast connections shall include loading and restraint conditions systems and members unless specifically excluded. from initial fabrication to end use in the structure, including In addition, some requirements apply specifically to form removal, storage, transportation, and erection. precast concrete. This section contains specific requirements for precast systems. 2 — Design, fabrication, and construction of precast this Code also provide specific requirements, such members and their connections shall include the effects of as required concrete cover, for precast systems.

20 reinforcement, anchor — Reinforcement used to transfer the full design load from the anchors into the structural 21 member. 22 reinforcement, supplementary — Reinforcement that acts to restrain the potential concrete breakout, but is not 23 designed to transfer the full design load from the anchors into the structural member. 24 seismic design category — Classification assigned to a structure based on its occupancy category and the severity of 25 the design earthquake ground motion at the site, as defined by the general building code.

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