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10 reinforcement, prestressed — Prestressing reinforcement that has been tensioned to impart forces to 11 concrete. 12 reinforcement, bonded prestressed — Pretensioned reinforcement or prestressed reinforcement in a 13 bonded tendon. 1. 7. 5 consisting of two layers of 19 deformed bars at right angles to each other welded at the intersections. 20 reinforcement, anchor — Reinforcement used to transfer the full design load from the anchors into the structural 21 member. 22 reinforcement, supplementary — Reinforcement that acts to restrain the potential concrete breakout, but is not 23 designed to transfer the full design load from the anchors into the structural member.

29 strength, nominal — Nominal or specified values of material strengths and dimensions are used in the calculation of 30 nominal strength. The subscript n is used to denote the nominal strengths; for example, nominal axial load strength 31 Pn, nominal moment strength Mn, and nominal shear strength Vn. 32 For additional discussion on the concepts and nomenclature for strength design, see Commentary Chapter 22. 33 strength, required — The subscript u is used only to denote the required strengths; for example, required axial load 34 strength Pu, required moment strength Mu, and required shear strength Vu, calculated from the applied factored loads 35 and forces.

31 loads — A number of definitions for loads are given as the Code contains requirements that are to be met at various 32 load levels. The terms “dead load” and “live load” refer to the unfactored, sometimes called “service,” loads 33 specified or defined by the general building code. Service loads (loads without load factors) are to be used where 34 specified in the Code to proportion or investigate members for adequate serviceability. Loads used to proportion a 35 member for adequate strength are defined as factored loads.

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