Elongation Record Review

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July 11, 2024; 11:00 AM – 1:30 PM Pacific Time
Bryan Allred, S.E.

Several post-tension suppliers have provided examples of how engineers are incorrectly understanding using elongation records. The lack of understanding is creating delays at the job site, increased potential for corrosion and underestimating the strand force. Webinar will discuss, the stressing process, measuring, what do the measured elongations actually represent and the reason we have a 7% code tolerance.

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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 use post-tensioning in concrete structures from fundamentals to specific construction engineering and detailing. Bryan is a fellow of the Post-Tensioning Institute (PTI), a member of their Technical Advisory Board, Education Committee, Building Design Committee, and a member of committee 423 of the American Concrete Institute. He has also given numerous educational seminars/webinars across the country highlighting the application and benefits of post-tensioning.

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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