hooked bar

hooked bar

A steel reinforcing bar, for use in reinforced concrete, with the end bent into a hook to provide anchorage.
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where [l.sub.ah] is the straight lead length of the hooked bar and [[delta].sub.h] is the hook displacement.
The straight embedment length of the hooked bar or headed bar [l.sub.ah] has been specified in most design specifications, as listed in Table 6.
Code Straight anchorage length of hooked or headed bar, [l.sub.ah] Commentary ACI 318-14 [l.sub.ah] [greater than [[psi].sub.e] = 1.2 for [21] or equal to] 0.02 epoxy-coated reinforcement; [[psi].sub.e] ([f.sub.y]/ [[psi].sub.e] = 1.0 for [lambda] [square root of other cases; [lambda] = 0.75 [f'.sub.c]) [d.sub.b] for for lightweight concrete; hooked bar [lambda] = 1.0 for other cases.
As shown in Figure 10(b), when hooked bars are used as longitudinal reinforcements in the exterior beam-column connection, a hook displacement occurs if the straight embedment length of the reinforcement is not sufficient.