anchorage zone

anchorage zone

[′aŋ·kə·rij ‚zōn]
(civil engineering)
In posttensioning, the region adjacent to the anchorage for the tendon which is subjected to secondary stresses as a result of the distribution of the prestressing force.
In pretensioning, the region in which transfer bond stresses are developed.

anchorage zone

1. In posttensioning, the region adjacent to the anchorage for the tendon which is subjected to secondary stresses as a result of the distribution of the prestressing force.
2. In pretensioning, the region in which transfer bond stresses are developed.
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Contract notice: development of a project of moorings organized on the maritime public domain: anchorage zone and light equipment (zmel)
In addition to the application in steel-concrete composite girders, welded stud connectors could also be employed in steel-concrete hybrid girders [7], steel bridges with integral abutment [8], the cable-pylon anchorage zone of cable-stayed bridges, and so on.
The tensile failure of the CFRP plates indicates that the excellent mechanical performance of the CFRP plates in tension is fully exploited due to overcoming the premature strip debonding from the end anchorage system in spite of a small amount of vertical cracks appeared at the anchorage zone on the bottom side, as shown in Figure 14(c).
The Britanis super-tanker, capable of carrying up to 2 million barrels of oil, was parked in Fujairah's anchorage zone for the past week, but since Monday moved to just beyond Fujairah's port limits, the data on Eikon showed.
Consequently when calculating prestress losses of prestressed concrete member it is appropriate to assess linearly variable stress distribution along the anchorage zone. The calculated prestress losses are presented in Fig.
This power grab resulted in expanded closure for even a non-reportable roof fall, which did not cause Injury, was not above the anchorage zone, and did not impede passage or ventilation.
Most ships stay in the anchorage zone for about 10 days before heading somewhere else.
One of the cables also needed to undergo water leakage or dunk testing after completion of the fatigue cycling to prove the water tightness of the anchorage zone. A full-scale, axial-flexure (cradle) test also had to be conducted on one of the cable sizes.
Tenders are invited for Mission of project management for the creation of an anchorage zone and light equipment (ZMEL) in Villefranche-sur-Mer.
The main function of the prestressed anchor is to control the expansion deformation in the surrounding rock of the anchorage zone, such as dissociation, slip, crack opening, and new crack generation.
o ( 21 ) vessels are currently in anchorage zones and disposition to Yemeni ports, ( 4 ) in Hodeida and ( 0 ) in Saleef
Subsequent chapters cover ultimate flexural strength, ultimate strength in shear and torsion, anchorage zones, composite members, design procedures for determinate beams, statically indeterminate members, and two-way slabs.
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