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AS 3850-2003 tilt-up concrete construction

Standard Number:  AS 3850-2003
Title:  tilt-up concrete construction
Language:  English
Replaced by Standard:  AS 3850.1:2015

Publication Date:  2003/6/23
Status:  Current
Publisher:  Australia Standards(AS)
Price:  
Number of Pages:64P.;A4  

Description:Sets out requirements for the planning, design, casting, transportation and erection of tilt-ip panels.  
Catalog:Document Contents
AS 3850-2003 TILT-UP CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION
PREFACE
CONTENTS
SECTION 1 SCOPE AND GENERAL
1.1 SCOPE
1.2 REFERENCED DOCUMENTS
1.3 DEFINITIONS
1.3.1 Braces
1.3.2 Bracing feet or shoes
1.3.3 Compatible
1.3.4 Competent person
1.3.5 Composite brace
1.3.6 Edge-lifting
1.3.7 Erection platform (crane standing)
1.3.8 Expansion anchors
1.3.9 Face-lifting
1.3.10 Insert
1.3.11 Levelling pad
1.3.12 Lifting clutch
1.3.13 LSF (limit state factor)
1.3.14 Panel
1.3.15 Progressive collapse
1.3.16 Reinforcement
1.3.17 Reusable lifting equipment
1.3.18 Shear cone failure
1.3.19 Stack casting
1.3.20 Strongback
1.3.21 Tilt-up panel
1.3.22 WLL (working load limit)
1.4 NOTATION
1.5 USE OF LIMIT STATES DESIGN
SECTION 2 MATERIALS, COMPONENTS AND EQUIPMENT
2.1 GENERAL
2.2 WORKING LOAD LIMIT (WLL)
2.3 MATERIALS
2.3.1 Concrete and reinforcement
2.3.2 Curing compounds and release agents
2.4 LIFTING, BRACING AND FIXING INSERTS
2.4.1 General
2.4.2 Lifting inserts
2.4.3 Bracing inserts
2.4.4 Fixing inserts
2.5 RE-USABLE LIFTING EQUIPMENT
2.5.1 General
2.5.2 Lifting clutches
2.6 BRACES
2.6.1 General
2.6.2 Marking of braces
2.7 LEVELLING PADS AND SHIMS
2.7.1 General
2.7.2 Physical requirements of shims
2.8 CRANE AND RIGGING EQUIPMENT
2.9 PROPRIETARY DOCUMENTATION
SECTION 3 DESIGN AND DOCUMENTATION
3.1 GENERAL
3.2 PREPLANNING
3.3 DESIGN STAGES
3.4 BUILDING STABILITY
3.5 DESIGN OF PANEL
3.5.1 General
3.5.2 Panel loading
3.5.3 Specification of concrete
3.5.4 Design of panels for manufacture and erection
3.5.5 Lifting inserts
3.5.6 Panel thickness
3.5.7 Slenderness ratio
3.5.8 Panel supports
3.5.9 Fixing inserts
3.6 JOINT WIDTHS
3.7 FOOTINGS
3.7.1 Panel footings
3.7.2 Brace footings
3.8 CONNECTIONS
3.8.1 General
3.8.2 Horizontal restraint of panels
3.9 STRONGBACKS
3.10 DOCUMENTATION
3.10.1 General
3.10.2 Information required on structural drawings
3.10.3 Information required on shop drawings
3.11 TOLERANCES
SECTION 4 CASTING
4.1 GENERAL
4.2 LAYOUT
4.3 CASTING BED
4.4 FORMWORK
4.5 COMPACTION OF CONCRETE
4.6 CURING AND RELEASE AGENTS
4.7 LIFTING, BRACING AND FIXING INSERTS
4.8 WELDING
4.9 TILT-UP PANEL IDENTIFICATION AND ORIENTATION
4.10 INSPECTION
SECTION 5 TRANSPORT, CRANAGE AND ERECTION
5.1 TRANSPORT
5.1.1 Planning
5.1.2 Loading
5.1.3 Unloading
5.2 STORAGE AND MULTIPLE HANDLING
5.3 CRANES AND RIGGING
5.3.1 Cranes
5.3.2 Rigging
5.4 ERECTION
5.4.1 Planning
5.4.2 Erection preparation
5.4.3 Erection platform
5.4.4 Structural capacity of panel
5.4.5 Panel release (lift-off)
5.4.6 Lifting and placing
5.4.7 Release of rigging
5.5 DAMAGE AND REPAIR
SECTION 6 TEMPORARY BRACED CONDITION
6.1 DESIGN OF TEMPORARY BRACING FOR PANELS
6.2 INSTALLATION AND INSPECTION OF TEMPORARY BRACING
6.3 SUPERIMPOSED LOADS
6.4 LEVELLING PADS AND SHIMS
6.5 GROUTING OF THE BASE
SECTION 7 INCORPORATION INTO FINAL STRUCTURE
7.1 FIXING TO FINAL STRUCTURE
7.2 INSPECTION PRIOR TO REMOVAL OF BRACES
7.3 REMOVAL OF BRACES
APPENDIX A - TESTING OF MATERIALS AND COMPONENTS USED WITH TILT-UP PANELS
A1 SCOPE
A2 CONCRETE TESTING
A3 TESTING OF COMPONENTS AND SYSTEMS
A3.1 General
A3.2 Test reports
A4 DESTRUCTIVE TESTING
A4.1 General
A4.2 Principle
A4.3 Sample size
A4.4 Test data
A4.5 Analysis of test data
A4.6 Calculation of strength limit state capacity
A4.7 Use of components and systems subject to destructive testing
A5 SAMPLE TESTING
A5.1 General
A5.2 Principle
A5.3 Sample size
A5.4 Test load
A5.5 Evaluation of test results
A6 ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS FOR TESTING MATERIALS OF LIFTING INSERTS
A6.1 General
A6.2 Apparatus
A6.3 Procedure
A7 ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS FOR TESTING PULL-OUT CAPACITY OF LIFTING INSERTS
A7.1 General
A7.2 Specimen
A7.3 Procedure
A8 ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS FOR BRACE INSERTS
A8.1 General
A8.2 Testing parameters for expansion anchors to be used as brace inserts
A9 ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS FOR TESTING BRACES
A9.1 General
A9.2 Procedure
A10 ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS FOR TESTING LEVELLING SHIMS
A10.1 General
A10.2 Specimen
A10.3 Conditioning
A10.4 Procedure
A10.5 Expression of results
APPENDIX B - MEANS FOR DEMONSTRATING COMPLIANCE WITH THIS STANDARD
B1 SCOPE
B2 STATISTICAL SAMPLING
B3 PRODUCT CERTIFICATION
B4 SUPPLIER'S QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
B5 OTHER MEANS OF ASSESSMENT
INDEX
  
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