Designing to Minimize Restraint to Shortening Cracks in Post-Tensioned Structures

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Two of the main financial benefits of post-tensioning is the reduction in slab thickness and rebar compared to non-prestressed slabs. The downside side of this reduction is post-tensioned structures can be more susceptible cracking, especially if their inherent movement is prevented or restrained. The webinar covers the structural layout and details that are primarily used in the post-tensioned structures to minimize restraint to shortening (RTS) cracks. Typical post-tensioning slip details are explained in conjunction with construction photographs to highlight good and poor construction practices.

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Speakers Bryan Allred, S.E.
Duration 131
Speaker Bios

Bryan Allred, S.E. is a licensed structural engineer who specializes in the design of reinforced concrete buildings utilizing post-tensioned floor systems. He is the co-author of the book “Post-Tensioned Concrete Principles and Practice” which covers the design of post-tensioned concrete structures from basic fundamentals to specific construction detailing. Bryan is a fellow of the Post-Tensioning Institute (PTI), a member of their Building Design Committee and has given numerous PTI educational seminars across the country highlighting the use and benefits of post-tensioning.

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