In this video we will gain an insight into typical post-installed rebar applications.
Reinforced concrete design assumes that concrete has negligible tensile strength but allows for the design of rebar development length with the following two situations:
1. Transferring tensile loads from one bar to another (overlap splice)
2. Development length of the tensile force in a bar beyond a node in equilibrium
Post-installed rebar connections designed as part of a structural system must be designed as carefully as the entire structure. Chemical anchors with a European Technical Assessment for rebar connections prove that in static load situations, they behave like cast-in bars.
In this webinar we will outline how to select the correct design method for post-installed rebar with chemical injection systems, using the provisions of AS3600 and utilising Hilti’s HIT rebar design method.
Upon completion of the quiz, a Continuing Professional Development Certificate will be issued.
In this video we will introduce application types as per concrete potential failure modes.
In this video we will breifly look at the scope of approval for the rebar model.
In this video we will examine the differences in performance of post-installed rebar vs cast-in rebar.
In this video we will introduce the Hilti HIT-rebar design.
In this video we will gain an insight into the tests and evaluations for post-installed rebar design.
In this video we will look at the available resources to help with post-installed rebar design.