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Embedments in Slabs ACI 318-19

Embedments in Slabs ACI 318-19

Embedments in Slabs ACI 318-19

(OP)
Hi does anyone know what section(s) of ACI 318-19 discusses requirements for embedments (conduit, pipes, etc.) that was previously in ACI 318-11 Section 6.3?

RE: Embedments in Slabs ACI 318-19

(OP)
Sorry to elaborate... I found some info in 318-19 20.6 however, I can't find any info on spacing. size limits, placement in slab, etc. like what was included in 318-11 so not sure if they took it out in 318-19 or if it's in another section. Thanks all!

RE: Embedments in Slabs ACI 318-19

I believe they took it out. Let me know if you find it. I am curious as well.

RE: Embedments in Slabs ACI 318-19

(OP)
@GC_Hopi I've looked up several articles on the changes and haven't seen anyone specifically discuss it, but I still can't find it in the code. I also found this post here asking the same question I did (apparently the change took place in ACI 318-14): https://www.eng-tips.com/viewthread.cfm?qid=458058

Note: The guidance is still in ACI 314 though

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