Reinforced Concrete: Mechanics and Design, 6th Edition by James K. Wight
By James K. Wight
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2-6 Safety margin, probability of failure, and safety index. 5 will fail due to excessive load or understrength sometime during its lifetime. The appropriate values of Pf (and hence of b ) are chosen by bearing in mind the consequences of failure. 5 and 4 for sudden failures or failures having serious consequences [2-7], [2-8]. Because the strengths and loads vary independently, it is desirable to have one factor, or a series of factors, to account for the variability in resistances and a second series of factors to account for the variability in load effects.
The factor b is called the safety index. If Y follows a standard statistical distribution, and if Y and sY are known, the probability of failure can be calculated or obtained from statistical tables as a function of the type of distribution and the value of b. 1 * 10-4. Fig. 2-5 Safe and unsafe combinations of loads and resistances. ) 20 • Chapter 2 The Design Process Fig. 2-6 Safety margin, probability of failure, and safety index. 5 will fail due to excessive load or understrength sometime during its lifetime.
0 for the earthquake loads corresponds to a strength-level earthquake that has a much longer return period, and hence is larger than a service-load Section 2-7 Load Factors and Load Combinations in the 2011 ACI Code • 25 earthquake. 0. 0W (2-10) (ACI Eq. 0E (2-11) (ACI Eq. 0 for L in ACI Eqs. 5 except for (a) garages, (b) areas occupied as places of public assembly, and (c) all areas where the live load is greater than 100 psf. Lateral Earth Pressure Lateral earth pressure is represented by the letter H.