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15 mm) for bar size No. 3,4, and 5 (No. 10, 13, and 16) (gross length < 12 ft. O in. (3650 mm)) 1 = 11 in. (25 mm) for bar size No. 3, 4, and 5 (No. 10, 13, and 16; (gross length 2 12 ft. O in. (3650 mm)) 1 = 11 in. (25 mm) for bar size No. 6, 7, and 8 (No. 19, 22, and 25) 2 = I1 in. (25mm) 3 = + O , -1/2 in. (15 mm) 4 = 11/2in. (15mm) 5 = 11/2 in. (15 mm) for diameter 2 30 in. (760 mm) 5 = 11 in. (25 mm) for diameter > 30 in. 5% x “ O dimension, 2 I2 in. (50 mm) minimum ’ Note: All tolerances single plane and as shown.
1J2 is a single joist of 5 in. width with two #19 bottom bars and one #19 top bar at the discontinuous end. 1J2A at each side of opening was specified to be a double joist (10 in. minimum width) on the structural drawing, but the pan layout determined that the joist on the left-hand side had to be 16 in. wide and that on the right 10 in. The reinforcement is not affected, however, and so two times the single joist reinforcement is added for each double joist. 1J2B is stopped short by an opening and therefore not continuous.
The two bars in the N-S faces are not needed in the column above and are terminated. The remaining six bars in the E-W faces are in the same position as the bars above and all are offset bent to clear. Column ties are as shown for an eight-bar column and include an enclosing tie (10T14) plus a pair of single leg ties (10T13). Finaily, the upper lift needs only straight bar lengths. Column ties are as shown for a six-bar column and include an enclosing tie (10T14) and a single leg tie (10T13). Butt-splices are commonly used in columns that do not change size significantly because it is necessary to keep the bars lined up.