Fastenings Technique - Past, Present and Future

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Event Partner

When

Monday, 11 March 2019
4:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Where

TAFE Restaurant
Level 2 - Block C 66 Ernest Street, South Brisbane QLD 4101

Overview

Australian Engineered Fasteners and Anchor Council (AEFAC) and the Concrete Institute of Australia (CIA) is pleased to present the seminar: Concrete fastenings technique - past, present and future.
 
  •    Rolf Eligehausen explores this reality and the pit falls of concrete anchoring via
  •    Fastenings technique - Past and present
  •    Fastenings technique - The future
Standards Australia TS 101:2015 which is superseded by AS 5216:2018 is the Australian deemed-to-satisfy design guidelines for fastenings to concrete. In the seminar, new developments which are currently not covered by SA TS 101 and AS 5216 will be discussed, in particular:
  • Connections with post-installed reinforcement: Influencing factors, qualification, design
  • Harmonization of design rules for  connections with post-installed reinforcing bars and fastenings with bonded anchors
  • Fastenings with supplementary reinforcement under tension, shear, combined tension and shear loads, tests and proposed model

Prices

Non Members $395.00 AEFAC Members $295.00 CIA Members $295.00 CIA Retired Members $120.00 Student Members (CIA student members) $50.00

Presenters

Professor Rolf Eligehausen
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Mr. Colin Ginger
General Manager - Precast Concrete Group

Mr. Andrew Coumaros
Engineering Services Manager at ramsetreid ANZ - ramsetreid

Topics

Fastenings technique - past, present and future


Session 1
  • Development of fastening elements (cast-in and post-installed systems) since about 1900
  • Influence of concrete cracking on behavior of anchors
  • Development of guidelines for testing and assessment of anchors
  • Development of design models
  • Qualification of anchor installer
  • Connections with post-installed reinforcement: Influencing factors, qualification, design
  • Question and answers
Session 2 –
  • Precast Concrete (Precast Concrete, a local perspective)
Session 3 -
  • Fastenings technique- past, present, future
  • Harmonization of design rules for  connections with post-installed reinforcing bars and fastenings with bonded anchors
  • Fastenings with supplementary reinforcement under tension, shear and combined tension and shear load, tests and proposed model
  • Topics to be solved in the future
  • Summary
Session 4 - 
  • Temporary Works of Precast Panels
Question and answers

 

Program

Seminar Topics and Agenda

 
Registration 16:00  
16:30: Session 1 – Fastenings technique- past, present
  • Brief review of development of fastening elements (cast-in and post-installed systems) since about 1900
  • Influence of concrete cracking on behavior of anchors
  • Brief review of development of guidelines for testing and assessment of anchors and of design models
  • Qualification of anchor installer
  • Connections with post-installed reinforcement: Influencing factors, qualification, design
  • Question and answers
 Rolf Eligehausen
18:00: Session 2 – Lifting anchors and precast concrete                           
      
Colin Ginger
18:30  Break  
18:45: Session 3 - Fastenings technique - future
  • Harmonization of design rules for  connections with post-installed reinforcing bars and fastenings with bonded anchors
  • Fastenings with supplementary reinforcement under tension, shear and combined tension and shear load, tests and proposed model
  • Topics to be solved in the future
  • Summary
  • Question and answers
 Rolf Eligehausen
19:30 -  Session 4 - Temporary Works of Precast Panels Andrew Coumaro
20:00 Q & A Networking - Eats and drinks All

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