Rebar Courses

Continuing Education

*All hours of accreditation also indicate Professional Development Hours (PDHs)

Fundamentals of Post-installed Reinforcing Bar Design Using Qualified Adhesive Anchor Systems

  • Anchor vs Rebar Theory

    Continuing Education Accreditation(s): NCSEA (1 hour)

    Overview: This presentation will explain how reinforcing bars can be designed in accordance with the development and splice provisions of the American Concrete Institute ACI 318, "Building Code Requirements for Structural Concrete", and post-installed using an adhesive system qualified per the provisions of the ICC-ES Acceptance Criteria AC308.

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Designing Post-installed Reinforcement for Development

  • Designing Post-installed Reinforcement for Development

    Continuing Education Accreditation(s): NCSEA (1 hour)

    Overview: This presentation will explain post-installed reinforcing bar design using the development and splice provisions of the ACI 318-11 code. This will be done through three design examples, including a tension lap splice, starter bars, and a special moment frame application. PROFIS Rebar demonstrations will also be included.

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Post-Installed Reinforcing Bar Design: Anchor or Reinforcement?

  • Anchor vs Rebar Theory

    Continuing Education Accreditation(s): NCSEA (1 hour)

    Overview: The use of reinforcing bars post-installed with an adhesive system is a common design and construction application. Recent revisions to the ICC-ES Acceptance Criteria for Post-Installed Adhesive Anchors in Concrete Elements (AC308) have made it possible for an adhesive system to be approved for post-installing reinforcing bars per the development and splice provisions of the American Concrete Institute Building Code Requirements for Structural Concrete (ACI 318). This presentation will explain the differences between post-installed reinforcing bars designed per ACI 318 anchoring-to-concrete provisions and per ACI development and splice provisions.

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