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Major Structural Design Changes in TMS 402/602-22
October 26, 2022 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm EDT
TMS 402/602-22 Night School – Session #2
This webinar will provide an overview of the major structural changes in TMS 402-22. One of the biggest changes was the introduction of compression-controlled sections in strength design. As a result of this, the maximum reinforcement provisions were deleted except for beams and intermediate and special shear walls under in-plane loads. The basis for the provisions, the impact on design, and some design aids will be presented.
Other structural changes that will be covered include: definition of net shear area particularly for beams, anchor bolt steel strength changing from being based on yield strength to ultimate strength, an increase of the allowable compressive force for masonry in allowable stress design, a change in the partially grouted shear wall factor, and an increase in the allowable shear friction strength as well as a change in the nominal shear friction strength for shear span ratios greater than 1. The potential impacts of these changes will also be reviewed.
- Use the compression-controlled strength design provisions in TMS 402-22 and compare designs to TMS 402-16.
- Evaluate the change in anchor bolt steel strength in TMS 402-22
- Solve for shear friction strength for shear span ratios greater than 1 in TMS 402-22
- Name at least three other structural changes in TMS 402-22 and explain how they affect design
Credit: 1 PDH / 0.10 CEU / 1 LU
Webinar Recording & Certificates of Attendance
Registered attendees can view the webinar recording from the Streaming Info page here. You must be logged in to the user account that submitted the registration to access the streaming page. The continuing education form can also be found on that page.
About the Presenter
Richard Bennett, PhD, PE, FTMS, is a Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. He has been active in the TMS 402/602 Committee, being chair for the 2016 cycle and 2nd vice chair for the 2022 cycle. For his tremendous efforts in leading the Committee, he received TMS’s President’s Award and was made a Fellow of the Society. He is co-author of the recent TMS publication Strength Design of Masonry and has also served as a co-author on the popular Masonry Designer’s Guide, TMS Responds, and other publications. His writing and work have been awarded with TMS Journal Paper Awards and an 11th North American Masonry Conference Outstanding Paper Award.