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AASHTO: Concrete Pile Reinforcement Development Requirements, Section 5.12.9.1

AASHTO: Concrete Pile Reinforcement Development Requirements, Section 5.12.9.1

AASHTO: Concrete Pile Reinforcement Development Requirements, Section 5.12.9.1

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Hello all,

I was reading AASHTO 9th edition, section 5.12.9.1 for concrete piles. It says "The reinforcement shall be developed sufficiently to resist a force of 1.25fyAs." (See attachment) Could someone explains why this is required for concrete piles? And how would I achieve this?

Thanks in Advance!

RE: AASHTO: Concrete Pile Reinforcement Development Requirements, Section 5.12.9.1


Pls look 5.10.8.2 Tension development.
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He is like a man building a house, who dug deep and laid the foundation on the rock. And when the flood arose, the stream beat vehemently against that house, and could not shake it, for it was founded on the rock..

Luke 6:48

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