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Anchorage in Concrete Construction [Hardcover]

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A comprehensive treatment of current fastening technology including inserts, post-installed anchors, as well as power-actuated fasteners, in both concrete and masonry. The section "Fastenings in Concrete" describes in detail these elements together with their behavior and load-bearing capacities in cracked and uncracked concrete, while also considering the effects of corrosion and fire, as well as earthquake and shock loading. It concludes with an assessment of fastenings, illustrated by numerous examples. The "Fastenings in Masonry" section goes on to deal with several different types of masonry and describes the load bearing characteristics with an assessment of plastic fastenings and injection-molded anchors, including criteria for selecting the correct fastening.

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Pages   378
Est. Packaging Dimensions:   Length: 0.5" Width: 7" Height: 9.5"
Weight:   1.95 lbs.
Binding  Hardcover
Release Date   May 1, 2006
Publisher   Wiley-VCH
ISBN  3433011435  
ISBN13  9783433011430  

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More About Rolf Eligehausen, Rainer Mallie & John F. Silva

Register your artisan biography and upload your photo! Rolf Eligehausen, Prof. Dr.-Ing. studied structural engineering at the Technical University Brunswick and gained his doctorate from the University of Stuttgart. Following two years of research at the University of California Berkeley, he became professor for fastenings technology at Otto Graf Institute, University of Stuttgart in 1984.
He is a member of numerous national and international expert commissions in the fields of steel-reinforced concrete and fastening technologies and the author of a large number of essays on these topics.

Rainer Mallee, Dr.-Ing. studied structural engineering at the Technical University Brunswick and gained his doctorate from the University of Stuttgart.
Between 1980 and 1987 he was head of Professor Rehm's engineering company in Munich, before becoming head of development in fastening elements at fischer in Waldachtal. Since 1996 he has been head of research at the fischer group of companies.

John F. Silva, MS, SE gained his Master of Civil Engineering at the University of California at Berkeley and is a Structural Engineer. He worked for ca. 10 years in San Francisco at two renowned engineering firms concentrating on inter alia fastenings during earthquakes. He worked in the development centre at HILTI for four years and currently works in their San Francisco offices.

Rolf Eligehausen has an academic affiliation as follows - Stuttgart, Germany Universitat Stuttgart Universitat Stuttgart Univers.

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In depth look at a topic often brushed aside.  Sep 1, 2006
The concepts and ideas in this book are covered very well.
Where other references and text books only scratch the surface and do not give engineers guidance in more challenging applications, this book helps tremendously.

This book will also help engineers undertand the mechanisms and failure modes of anchoring which is required now in the United State's International Building Code.

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