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European Technical Approval

Post-Tensioning Systems

DYWIDAG External and Internal


Unbonded Strand PostTensioning System for 3 to 37
Strands (140 and 150 m2)
ETA-13/0979

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European Technical Approval ETA-13/0979


(English language translation, the original version is in French language)
Nom commercial :
Trade name :

Procd de prcontrainte extrieur DYWIDAG


DYWIDAG External and Internal unbonded Strand
Post-Tensioning System

Dtenteur de l'ATE :
Holder of approval :

DYWIDAG-Systems International GmbH


Destouchesstrasse 68
80796 Mnchen
DEUTSCHTLAND

Type gnrique et utilisation prvue du


produit de construction :

Procd de prcontrainte par post-tension


DYWIDAG avec cble extrieur et intrieur non
adhrent de 3 37 torons (140 et 150 m2).

Generic type and use of construction


product :

DYWIDAG External and Internal unbonded Strand


Post-Tensioning System for 3 to 37 Strands (140
and 150 m2).

Valid

27.06.2013
27.06.2018

from:
to:

Producteur du procd :
Kit manufacturer :

DYWIDAG-Systems International GmbH


Max-Planck-Ring 1
40764 Langenfeld
DEUTSCHLAND

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This European Technical Approval


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50 pages including 27 pages of drawings which


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CONTENTS

A
B

LEGAL BASES AND GENERAL CONDITIONS..............................................................4


SPECIFIC CONDITIONS OF THE EUROPEAN TECHNICAL APPROVAL .................5
B.1
DEFINITION OF PRODUCTS AND INTENDED USE.............................................5
B.1.1
Definition of Products ...........................................................................................5
B.1.2
Intended use...........................................................................................................6
B.1.3
Working life ..........................................................................................................6
B.2
CHARACTERISTICS OF PRODUCT AND METHODS OF VERIFICATION........7
B.2.1
Characteristics of product......................................................................................7
B.2.2
Methods of verification .........................................................................................9
B.3
EVALUATION AND ATTESTATION OF CONFORMITY AND CE MARKING16
B.3.1
Attestation of System Conformity.......................................................................16
B.3.2
Responsibilities ...................................................................................................16
B.3.3
CE Marking .........................................................................................................19
B.4
ASSUMPTIONS UNDER WHICH THE FITNESS OF THE PRODUCT FOR THE
INTENDED USE WAS FAVOURABLY ASSESSED .........................................................20
B.4.1
Manufacturing .....................................................................................................20
B.4.2
Installation ...........................................................................................................20
B.5
PACKAGING, TRANSPORT, AND STORAGE ......................................................23

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LEGAL BASES AND GENERAL CONDITIONS

A.1 This European Technical Approval is issued by Stra in accordance with:


Council Directive 89/106/EEC of 21 December 1988 on the approximation of
laws, regulations and administrative provisions of Member States relating to
construction products1, modified by Council Directive 93/68/EEC2 and Regulation
(EC) N 1882/2003 of the European Parliament and of the Council3 ;
dcret n92-647 du 8 juillet 19924 concernant l'aptitude l'usage des produits de
construction ;
Common Procedural Rules for Requesting, Preparing and the Granting of
European Technical Approvals set out in the Annex to Commission Decision
94/23/EC5 ;
ETAG 013, Edition June 2002, Post-Tensioning Kits for Prestressing of
Structures.
A.2 Stra is authorised to check whether the provisions of this European Technical
Approval are met. Checking may take place in the manufacturing plant(s).
Nevertheless, the responsibility for the conformity of the products to the European
Technical Approval and for their fitness for the intended use remains with the holder
of the European Technical Approval.
A.3 This European Technical Approval is not to be transferred to manufacturers or
agents of manufacturers other than those indicated on page 1, or manufacturing
plants other than those indicated on page 1 of this European Technical Approval.
A.4 This European Technical Approval may be withdrawn by Stra, in particular
pursuant to information by the Commission according to Article 5(1) of Council
Directive 89/106/EEC.
A.5 Reproduction of this European Technical Approval including transmission by
electronic means shall be in full. However, partial reproduction can be made with the
written consent of Stra. In this case partial reproduction has to be designated as
such. Texts and drawings of advertising brochures shall not contradict or misuse the
European Technical Approval.
A.6 The European Technical Approval is issued by the approval body in its official
language. This version corresponds fully to the version circulated in EOTA.
Translations into other languages have to be designated as such.

Official Journal of the European Communities N L 40, 11.2.1989, p. 12


Official Journal of the European Communities N L 220, 30.8.1993, p. 1
3
Official Journal of the European Union N L 284, 30.10.2003, p. 1
4
Official Journal of the French Republic of the 14th July 1992
5
Official Journal of the European Communities N L 17, 20.1.1994, p. 34
2

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SPECIFIC CONDITIONS
APPROVAL

OF

THE

EUROPEAN

TECHNICAL

B.1 DEFINITION OF PRODUCTS AND INTENDED USE

B.1.1 Definition of Products


This European Technical Approval applies to a kit:
DYWIDAG External Strand Post-Tensioning System
consisting of 3 to 37 strands.
The DYWIDAG post-tensioning kit is designed for internal unbonded and external
prestressing.
The prestressing tendon consists of a bundle of 7-wire strands, anchorages, deviators, sheathing
and corrosion protective compounds.
- The strands are defined in the prEN 10138-3: Prestressing steels Strand as 0.6
normal and super strand, i.e. with 15.3 and 15.7 mm nominal diameter,
with a nominal tensile strength of 1770 or 1860 N/mm, coded Y1770S7 15.3 (or
15.7) or Y1860S7 15.3 (or 15.7), respectively, referred to as the tensile element.
-

As long as EN 10138 is not implemented 7-wire strands in accordance with


national provisions shall be used.

Stressing (active) anchorages and fixed (passive) anchorages


consisting of an anchor plate with connection tube, steel trumpet, plastic
insert and wedge plate, or
consisting of a cast iron anchor body with a HDPE-trumpet and a wedge
plate.

Sheathings are made of plastic (polyethylene, HDPE).

Deviators are specific elements at given locations in the structure along the tendon.
These are generally made of steel tubes (straight or prebent) placed inside the
concrete structure or construction steel saddles applied to the structure.

Bursting reinforcement (helix and stirrups), for the concrete confinement at


anchorages to ensure local prestressing force transfer into the concrete structure.

The corrosion protecting compound can be a flexible compound with a wax base
(in accordance with Annex C.4.2 of ETAG 013) for external and internal unbonded
use, or a cement based grout (in accordance with EN 447) for rigid injection for
external use only.

Steel and plastic tubes, the ordinary reinforcement for bursting reinforcement, grouting
products are covered by European or national provisions thus they are not described in this
ETA. However, they can be used for the prestressing kit.

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B.1.2 Intended use


The DYWIDAG internal unbonded and external strand post-tensioning system (in the
following PT system) has been developed to be used for:
new structures
repairing and strengthening existing structures
exposed to effects from gravity and live loads, climate exposures, imposed sets of
deformations.
If used for external prestressing this PT system is meant for concrete structures/members with a
tendon path situated outside their cross section but inside their envelope. It may also be
employed in structures made of other materials, e.g. masonry, steel, cast iron, timber or
combinations of several materials (see Annex 15). In case of use with other materials than
concrete, dimensions and force transfer shall be designed according to the relevant Eurocodes
or national regulations valid in place of use.
The following optional use categories for the tendons are possible:
restressable
exchangeable
encapsulated

B.1.3 Working life


The provisions made in this European Technical Approval are based on an assumed working
life of the PT system of 100 years. These provisions are based upon the current state of the art
and the available knowledge and experience. The indications given on the working life cannot
be interpreted as a guarantee given by the kit manufacturer or the Approval Body, but are to be
regarded only as a means for choosing the right products in relation to the expected
economically reasonable working life of the works.
The relevant Eurocodes are the following:
EN 1990 Eurocode 0: Basis of structural design
EN 1991 Eurocode 1: Actions on structures
EN 1992 Eurocode 2: Design of concrete structures
EN 1993 Eurocode 3: Design of steel structures
EN 1994 Eurocode 4: Design of composite steel and concrete structures
EN 1995 Eurocode 5: Design of timber structures
EN 1996 Eurocode 6: Design of masonry structures
The PT system is supposed to be subject to appropriate use and maintenance (see Chapter 7 of
ETAG 013).

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B.2 CHARACTERISTICS OF PRODUCT AND METHODS OF VERIFICATION

B.2.1 Characteristics of product


B.2.1.1 General
The components correspond to the drawings and provisions given in this European Technical
Approval including the Annexes. The characteristic material values, dimensions and tolerances
of the components not indicated in the Annexes shall correspond to the respective values laid
down in the technical documentation of this European Technical Approval. Arrangement of the
tendons, the design of the anchorage zones, the anchorage components and the diameters of the
sheathings shall correspond to the attached description and drawings; the dimensions and
materials shall comply with the values given therein.
The first digit of the designation of components of anchorages (6) identifies the nominal strand
diameter in tenfold of inches (0.60/0.62), the second digit is an internal code and the last two
digits refer to the number of strands in the tendon (size of tendon). The components (except
helix and additional reinforcement) fit for tendons with both strand strengths.
B.2.1.2 Strands
Only 7-wire strands shall be used in accordance with national provisions with the
characteristics given in Annex 18.
To avoid confusions only strands with one nominal diameter shall be used on one site. If the
use of strands with Rm = 1860 MPa is intended on site, these shall only be used there.
Only strands stranded in the same direction shall be used in a tendon.
B.2.1.3 Wedges
Wedges (see Annex 2) are approved with 30-tooth or 45-tooth. The segments of the wedges
for strands 15.3 mm are 42 mm long and the segments of the wedges for strands 15.7 mm
are 45 mm long. The wedge dimension does not depend on the strands strength.
Wedges of one supplier only may be used at one construction site.
B.2.1.4 Wedge plates
The conical drills of the wedge plates (see Annex 2) shall be clean, stainless and provided with
a corrosion protection.
B.2.1.5 Anchor plate with recess tube
Circular anchor plate with recess tube welded watertight to it shall be used (see Annexes 3-5).
B.2.1.6 Steel trumpet with PE-insert
As a part of the steel trumpet the tension ring is welded to the steel tube with the flange. The
PE-insert is fixed to the tension ring through a gasket with a retaining ring and screws (see
Annex 2). A piece of plastic sheathing with relevant diameter is mirror welded to the PE-insert.
Its length is determined in order to protrude out from the concrete body around the anchorage
zone.

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B.2.1.7 Cast-iron anchor bodies


For 5 to 37 strands multi-plane cast-iron anchor bodies shall be used (see Annexes 9 and 10).
B.2.1.8 Bursting reinforcement (helixes and stirrups)
The steel grades and dimensions of the helixes and of the stirrups shall comply with the values
given in the relevant Annexes 6-8 and 11-14. The central position in the structural concrete
member on site shall be ensured according to section B.4.2.3.
The outer end of the helix shall be welded to the anchor plate or the anchor body MA. This is
not necessary if the final turn is welded to form a closed ring.
B.2.1.9 Sheathings, tubes and trumpets
Sheathings made of polyethylene shall comply with EN 12201 and ETAG 013. The dimensions
of the sheathings shall comply with values given in Annex 2. The connections and seals
between the sections of sheathing are effected either with mirror welding or electro-welding
couplers.
The recess tubes and steel tubes (respectively welded to anchor plate and flange, see Annexes
3-5) are manufactured from at least 3.2 mm thick steel sheath material (see Annex 17).
The trumpets at the stressing and fixed anchorages (see Annexes 9 and 10) are manufactured
from 3.0 mm thick PE material (see Annex 17). The connections and seals between a section of
sheathing and a trumpet are effected with mirror welding.
B.2.1.10 Grout
Grout according to EN 447:1996 shall be used.
B.2.1.11 Wax
Wax as defined in Annex C.4.2 of ETAG 013 or according to national regulations valid in
place of use shall be used.
B.2.1.12 Protective caps
Protective caps serve as closing the anchorage to enable grouting/injection and its protection.
The caps are made of steel. Regularly they cover the wedge plate and are left in place after
injection. Elongated caps may be used for sufficient strand over-length for later prestressing
force adjustment or detensioning.

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B.2.2 Methods of verification


B.2.2.1 General
This European Technical Approval for the "DYWIDAG external strand post-tensioning
system" is issued on the basis of agreed data, deposited at Stra, which identifies the
"DYWIDAG external strand post-tensioning system" that has been assessed and judged.
Assessment of the fitness of the "DYWIDAG external strand post-tensioning system" for the
intended use in relation to the requirements for mechanical resistance and stability in the sense
of Essential Requirements 1 and for Essential Requirement 3 (hygiene, health and
environment) has been made in accordance with the ETAG 013, Guideline for European
Technical Approval of post-tensioning kits for prestressing of structures, based on the
provisions for all systems.
The release of dangerous substances (Essential Requirement 3) is determined according to
ETAG 013, clause 5.3.1. A declaration was made by the kit manufacturer that the product does
not contain any dangerous substances.
In addition to the specific clauses relating to dangerous substances contained in the ETA, there
may be other requirements, applicable to the products falling within its scope (e.g. transposed
European legislation and national laws, regulations and administrative provisions). In
conformity with the provisions of the European directive 89/106/EEC, these requirements must
also be complied with wherever they apply.
The structural members (made of normal-weight concrete) prestressed by means of the
DYWIDAG-External Strand Post-Tensioning System used to be designed in accordance with
national regulations.
B.2.2.2 Tendons
The maximum prestressing and over-tensioning force to be applied on the tendon is specified in
the national standards and regulations in force in the place of use.
The maximum force P0, max defined according to EN 1992-1-1 paragraph 5.10.2 (with
recommended values for k1 and k2), and according to prEN 10138, shall not exceed the values
laid down in Table 1 (140 mm) or in Table 2 (150 mm).
Maximum prestressing force P0, max = min (0.8 Fpk ; 0.9 Fp0.1k) where Fpk = Ap fpk is the
characteristic tensile force of tensile elements of tendons and Fp0.1k = Ap fp0.1k the characteristic
tensile yield force of tensile elements of tendon (0.1 % proof load).
The initial prestressing force Pm0 immediately after tensioning and anchoring shall not exceed
the values laid down in Table1 (140 mm) or in Table2 (150 mm), see also Annex 1.
Initial prestressing force Pm0 = min (0.75 Fpk ; 0.85 Fp0.1k)

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Table 1: Maximum prestressing forces6 for tendons with Ap = 140 mm


Tendon
Designation

Number
of
strands

Cross
section
Ap
[mm]

Prestressing force
Y1770S7
Fp0.1k = 218 kN
Pm0, max [kN]

P0, max [kN]

Prestressing force
Y1860S7
Fp0.1k = 229 kN
Pm0, max [kN]

P0, max [kN]

6803

420

556

589

584

618

6804

560

741

785

779

824

6805

700

927

981

974

1031

6807

980

1297

1373

1363

1443

6809

1260

1668

1766

1752

1855

6812

12

1680

2224

2354

2336

2473

6815

15

2100

2780

2943

2920

3092

6819

19

2660

3521

3728

3698

3916

6822

22

3080

4077

4316

4282

4534

6827

27

3780

5003

5297

5256

5565

6831

31

4340

5744

6082

6034

6389

6837

37

5180

6856

7259

7202

7626

Table 2: Maximum prestressing forces6 for tendons with Ap = 150 mm


Tendon
Designation

Number
of
strands

Cross
section
Ap
[mm]

Prestressing force
Y1770S7
Fp0.1k = 234 kN
Pm0, max [kN]

P0, max [kN]

Prestressing force
Y1860S7
Fp0.1k = 246 kN
Pm0, max [kN]

P0, max [kN]

6803

450

597

632

627

664

6804

600

796

842

836

886

6805

750

995

1053

1046

1107

6807

1050

1392

1474

1464

1550

6809

1350

1790

1895

1882

1993

6812

12

1800

2387

2527

2509

2657

6815

15

2250

2984

3159

3137

3321

6819

19

2850

3779

4001

3973

4207

6822

22

3300

4376

4633

4600

4871

6827

27

4050

5370

5686

5646

5978

6831

31

4650

6166

6529

6482

6863

The forces P0, max and Pm0 are given as indicative values. The actual values are to be found in national
regulations valid on place of use. Compliance with the stabilisation and crack width criteria in the load transfer test
was verified to a load level of 0.80 Fpk.

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Tendon
Designation
6837

Number
of
strands
37

Cross
section
Ap
[mm]
5550

Prestressing force
Y1770S7
Fp0.1k = 234 kN
Pm0, max [kN]
7359

Prestressing force
Y1860S7
Fp0.1k = 246 kN

P0, max [kN]

Pm0, max [kN]

7792

P0, max [kN]

7737

8192

The number of strands in a tendon may be reduced by leaving out strands lying radialsymmetrically in the wedge plate. The provisions for tendons with completely filled wedge
plates (basic types) also apply to tendons with only partly filled wedge plates. Into the cones
not filled short pieces of strands with wedges have to be pressed to assure a sufficient bending
stiffness of the wedge plate. Obviously for such tendons wedge plates machined without the not
needed conical borings can be applied, too.
The prestressing force is reduced per strand left out as shown in Table 3.
Table 3: Reduction of the prestressing force when leaving out one strand
Ap

Y1770S7

Y1860S7

IPm0 [kN]

IP0 [kN]

IPm0 [kN]

IP0 [kN]

140 mm

185.3

196.2

194.7

206.1

150 mm

198.9

210.6

209.1

221.4

B.2.2.3 Losses of the prestressing force due to friction


At calculation of the losses of the prestressing force due to friction the friction coefficient
U = 0.12 0.14 shall be considered. This value is for information only. The exact friction
coefficient must be adapted to each project and also in case of restressing. For internal
unbonded tendons the wobble coefficient k = 0.005 rad/m (unintentional deviation) shall be
considered.
At external tendons no wobble coefficient k need to be taken into account.
For the determination of strains and forces of prestressing steel friction losses VPUA in the
active anchorage zone shall be taken into account as follows:
- For the tendon sizes from 6803 to 6805: PUA = 1.0 %
-

For the tendon sizes from 6807 to 6837: PUA = 0.5 %

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B.2.2.4 Radius of curvature of the tendons at deviations and geometry of deviators


The smallest admissible radius of curvature of the tendons with sheathings as defined in
Appendix C.2 of ETAG 013 based on ENV 1992-1-5 and the required dimensions of the bent
steel deviation tubes are given in Table 4 and Annex 16.
Table 4: Smallest radius of curvature of deviators
Tendon

Min. radius
of curvature

Tendon

Min. radius
of curvature

6803

2.00 m

6815

2.75 m

6804

2.00 m

6819

3.00 m

6805

2.00 m

6822

3.25 m

6807

2.00 m

6827

3.50 m

6809

2.25 m

6831

3.75 m

6812

2.50 m

6837

4.00 m

The minimum values of radius of curvature given in Table 4 shall be respected, unless a
national regulation is stricter.
Smooth steel pipes can be bent to a constant radius in one plane. This should be taken into
account at when specifying the tendon layout.
By using anchor bodies type MA a straight length of the tendon behind the anchorage
(measured from the top of the anchor body) according to Table 5 is required.
Table 5: Required straight length of the tendon in the anchorage zone by using anchor
bodies (measured from the top of the anchor body)
Tendon

Straight length
of the tendon

Tendon

Straight length
of the tendon

6805

0.85m

6819

1.20 m

6807

0.75m

6822

1.20 m

6809

1.00 m

6827

1.30 m

6812

1.05 m

6831

1.45 m

6815

1.05 m

6837

1.45 m

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By using anchor plates a straight length of the tendon behind the anchorage (measured from the
top of the anchor plate) according to Table 6 is required.
Table 6: Required straight length of the tendon in the anchorage zone by using anchor
plates (measured from the top of the anchor plate)
Tendon

Straight length
of the tendon

Tendon

Straight length
of the tendon

6803

0.70 m

6815

1.20 m

6804

0.80 m

6819

1.30 m

6805

0.85 m

6822

1.40 m

6807

0.90 m

6827

1.50 m

6809

1.00 m

6831

1.60 m

6812

1.10 m

6837

1.60 m

In case of an external exchangeable tendon with cement grout no curved tendon layout is
allowed within the concrete body around the anchorage zone.
In case of a curved tendon layout in the anchorage zone of an external tendon with wax, the
smallest admissible radius of curvature is given in Table 7.
Table 7: Smallest radius of curvature of deviators behind the anchorage
Tendon

Min. radius
of curvature
behind
anchorage

Tendon

Min. radius
of curvature
behind
anchorage

6803

3.00 m

6815

3.75 m

6804

3.00 m

6819

4.00 m

6805

3.00 m

6822

4.25 m

6807

3.00 m

6827

4.50 m

6809

3.25 m

6831

4.75 m

6812

3.50 m

6837

5.00 m

The minimum values of radius of curvature given in Table 7 shall be respected, unless a
national regulation is stricter.
B.2.2.5 Concrete strength
At the time of transmission of the full prestressing force to the concrete member the mean
concrete strength in the anchorage zone shall be at least fcmj, cube or fcmj, cyl according to Table 8.
The mean concrete strength (fcmj, cube or fcmj, cyl) shall be verified by means of at least three
specimens (cube with the edge length of 150 mm or cylinder with diameter of 150 mm and
height of 300 mm), which shall be stored under the same conditions as the concrete member,
with the individual values of specimens not differ more than 5 %.
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Table 8: Necessary minimum mean concrete strength fcmj of the specimens at time of
prestressing
fcmj, cube[N/mm]
25
45

fcmj, cyl [N/mm]


20
36

60

50

MA with helix

25
34
45

20
28
36

MA without helix

34
45
54

27
35
43

Plate anchorage

For partial prestressing with 30 % of the full prestressing force the actual mean value of the
concrete compressive strength to be proved is 0.5 fcmj, cube or 0.5 fcmj, cyl; intermediate values
may be interpolated linearly.
B.2.2.6 Centre and edge distances of the tendon anchorages, concrete cover
The centre and edge distances of the tendon anchorages shall be the values given in the
Annexes 6-8 and 11-14 depending on the actual mean concrete strength. These are valid for
both strand sizes ()15,7 mm and ()15,3 mm.
The values of the centre or edge distances of the anchorages given in the Annexes may be
reduced in one direction up to 15 %, however, in the other direction these values shall be
increased for keeping the same concrete area in the anchorage zone. By reducing these values,
a minimal centre and edge distance has to be considered:
- MA-Anchorages without helix (see Annexes 13 and 14): External dimension of the
stirrup reinforcement plus 20 mm.
-

Plate and MA-Anchorages with helix (see Annexes 6-8 and 11-12): External diameter
of the helix plus 20 mm.

The dimensions of the additional reinforcement shall be fitted accordingly.


All centre and edge distances have only been specified in conjunction with load transfer to the
structure; therefore, the concrete cover given in national standards and provisions shall be taken
into account additionally.
The concrete cover may under no circumstance be less than 20 mm or smaller than the concrete
cover of the reinforcement installed in the same cross section. The concrete cover of the
anchorage should be at least 20 mm. Standards and regulations on concrete cover valid in place
of use shall be considered.
B.2.2.7 Reinforcement in the anchorage zone
The anchorages (including reinforcement) for the transfer of the prestressing forces to the
structural concrete were verified by means of tests. The resistance to the forces occurring in the

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structural concrete in the anchorage zone outside the helix and the additional reinforcement
shall be verified. An adequate transverse reinforcement shall be provided here in particular for
the occurring transverse tensile forces (not shown in the attached drawings).
The steel grades and dimensions of the additional reinforcement (stirrups) shall follow the
values given in the Annexes 6-8 and 11-14. Existing reinforcement in a corresponding position
more than the reinforcement required by design may be taken into account for the additional
reinforcement. The additional reinforcement shall be of closed stirrups (stirrups closed by
means of bends or hooks or an equivalent method) or of orthogonal reinforcement properly
anchored. The stirrups locks (bends or hooks) shall be placed staggered.
In the anchorage zone vertically led gaps shall be provided for proper concreting.
If required for a specific project design, the reinforcement given in the Annexes can be
modified in accordance with the respective regulations in force at the place of use as well as
with relevant approval of the local authority and of the ETA holder to provide equivalent
performance. If in exceptional cases7 due to an increased amount of reinforcement the helix
or the concrete cannot be properly placed, the helix can be replaced by different equivalent
reinforcement.
B.2.2.8 Slip at the anchorages
The slip at the anchorages (see section B.4.2.4) shall be taken into account in the static
calculation and the determination of the tendon elongation.
B.2.2.9 Resistance to fatigue
With the fatigue tests carried out in accordance with ETAG 013, the stress range of 80 MPa of
the anchorages at maximum load of 0.65 fpk at 2x106 load cycles was demonstrated.

This requires the approval of the local authority for individual case according to the national regulations
and administrative provisions.

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B.3 EVALUATION AND ATTESTATION OF CONFORMITY AND CE MARKING

B.3.1 Attestation of System Conformity


According to the decision 98/456/EC of the European Commission8 the system 1+ of
attestation of conformity applies and is defined as follows:
System 1+: Certification of the conformity of the product by an approved certification body
on the basis of:
(a) Tasks of the kit manufacturer:

(b)

(1)

Factory production control,

(2)

Further testing of samples taken at the factory by the kit manufacturer in


accordance with a prescribed test plan.

Tasks for the approved body (certification body):


(3)

Initial type-testing of the product,

(4)

Initial inspection of factory and of factory production control,

(5)

Continuous surveillance, assessment and approval of factory production control,

(6)

Audit-testing of samples taken at the kit manufacturer. (see ETAG013, section


8.1 (b)).

Note: Approved bodies are also referred to as notified bodies.

B.3.2 Responsibilities
B.3.2.1Tasks of the kit manufacturer

B.3.2.1.1 Factory production control


The kit manufacturer shall keep available an updated list of all components manufacturers. The
list is provided to the Certification Body and to the Approval Body.
The kit manufacturer shall exercise permanent internal control of production. All the elements,
requirements and provisions adopted by the kit manufacturer shall be documented in a
systematic manner in the form of written policies and procedures, including records of results
performed. This production control system shall insure that the product is in conformity with
this European Technical Approval.
The kit manufacturer may only use initial materials stated in the technical documentation of
this European Technical Approval.
The factory production control shall be in accordance with the "Control Plan of 27 June 2013
relating to the European Technical Approval ETA-13/0979 issued on 27 June 2013" which is
part of the technical documentation of this European Technical Approval. The "Control Plan" is
8

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laid down in the context of the factory production control system operated by the kit
manufacturer and deposited at Stra9.
The prescribed test plan defined in Annex 19 gives the type and frequency of checks and tests
conducted during production and on the final product as part of the continuous internal
production control.
The results of factory production control shall be recorded and evaluated in accordance with the
provisions of the "Control Plan".
The records shall contain at least the following information:
- Designation of the product or the initial material and the components,
-

Kind of control or testing,

Date of manufacture and of testing of product or components and of initial material,

Results of controls and tests and, where specified, comparison with the
requirements,

Name and signature of person responsible for the factory production control.

The records shall be kept for at least ten years and on request they shall be presented to Stra.
If the test results are not satisfactory, the kit manufacturer shall take immediate measures to
eliminate defects. Construction products or components which are not in compliance with the
requirements shall be handled such that they cannot be mistaken for products complying with
the requirements. After elimination of the defects the relevant test shall be immediately
repeated as far as is technically possible and necessary for verifying the deficiency elimination.
B.3.2.1.2 Other tasks of kit manufacturer
The kit manufacturer shall, on the basis of a contract, involve a body which is approved for the
tasks referred to in section B.3.1 in the field of Post-Tensioning Kits for Prestressing of
Structures in order to undertake the actions laid down in section B.3.3. For this purpose, the
"control plan" referred to in sections B.3.2.1.1and B.3.2.2 shall be handed over by the kit
manufacturer to the approved body involved.
The kit manufacturer shall make a declaration of conformity, stating that the construction
product is in conformity with the provisions of the European Technical Approval ETA-13/0979
issued on 27 June 2013.
At least once a year, each components manufacturer shall be audited by the kit manufacturer.
The result of the audit shall be made available for at least 10 years to the certifying body.
At least once a year specimens shall be taken from one job site and one series of single tensile
element tests shall be performed according to ETAG 013, Annex E3 (see Annex 20). The
results of these test series shall be made available to the approved body.

The "control plan" is a confidential part of the European Technical Approval and only handed over to the
approved body involved in the procedure of attestation of conformity. See section 3.2.2.

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B.3.2.2 Tasks of the approved body


B.3.2.2.1 General
The approved body shall perform the
- initial type-testing of the product,
-

initial inspection of factory and of factory production control,

continuous surveillance, assessment and approval of factory production control,

audit-testing of samples taken at the factory

in accordance with the provisions laid down in the "Control Plan of 26 June 2013 relating to the
European Technical Approval ETA-13/0979 issued on 27 June 2013".
The approved body shall retain the essential points of its actions referred to above and state the
results obtained and conclusions drawn in a written report.
The main production centre is checked at least once a year by the approved body. Each
component producer is checked at least once every five years by the approved body.
The approved certification body involved by the kit manufacturer (DYWIDAG-Systems
International GmbH) shall issue an EC certificate of conformity of the product stating the
conformity with the provisions of this European Technical Approval.
In cases where the provisions of the European Technical Approval and its "Control Plan" are no
longer fulfilled the certification body shall withdraw the certificate of conformity and inform
Stra without delay.
B.3.2.2.2 The approved Initial type-testing of the product
For initial type-testing the results of the tests performed as part of the assessment for the
European Technical Approval may be used unless there are changes in the production line or
plant. In such cases the necessary initial type-testing has to be agreed between Stra and the
approved body involved.
B.3.2.2.3 The approved Initial inspection of factory and of factory production control
The approved body shall ascertain that, in accordance with the "Control Plan, the factory, in
particular the staff and equipment, and the factory production control are suitable to ensure a
continuous and orderly manufacturing of the PT system with the specifications mentioned in
section B.2.1 as well as in the Annexes to the European Technical Approval.
B.3.2.2.4 Continuous surveillance, assessment and approval of factory production control
The kit manufacturer shall be inspected by the approved body at least once a year. Each
component manufacturer shall be inspected at least once in five years. It shall be verified that
the system of factory production control and the specified manufacturing process are
maintained taking account of the prescribed test plan.
Continuous surveillance and assessment of factory production control have to be performed
according to the prescribed test plan.

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The results of product certification and continuous surveillance shall be made available on
demand by the approved body to Stra.
B.3.2.2.5 Audit-testing of samples taken at the kit manufacturer
During surveillance inspections the approved body shall take samples at the factory of
components of the PT system or of individual components for which this Technical Approval
has been granted, for independent testing. For the most important components Annex 19
contains the minimum procedures which have to be performed by the approved body.
The basic elements of the Audit testing comply with ETAG 013, Annex E2 (see Annex 20).

B.3.3 CE Marking
The CE marking must comply with the European Council Directive 89/106/CEE, and to the
EC guideline D related to the marking. The delivery bill accompanying the PT kit
components shall bear the conformity CE marking symbol and the following mentions:
1. Name and address of kit manufacturer,
2. Last two digits of the year during which the marking has been made,
3. Number of conformity certificate,
4. Number of ETA,
5. See information on ETA,
6. Number of Certification body,
7. Product Identification (commercial denomination) and use category(ies).
All other information must be clearly distinct from the CE marking and the related mentions.

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B.4 ASSUMPTIONS UNDER WHICH THE FITNESS OF THE PRODUCT FOR THE
INTENDED USE WAS FAVOURABLY ASSESSED

B.4.1 Manufacturing
The European Technical Approval is issued for the product on the basis of agreed
data/information, deposited with Stra, which identifies the product that has been assessed and
judged. Changes to the product or production process, which could result in this deposited
data/information being incorrect, should be notified to Stra before the changes are introduced.
Stra will decide whether or not such changes affect the ETA and consequently the validity of
the CE marking on the basis of the ETA and if so whether further assessment or alterations to
the ETA shall be necessary.

B.4.2 Installation
B.4.2.1 General
Assembly and installation of the tendons shall only be performed by qualified post-tensioning
specialist companies which have the required technical skills and experiences with this
DYWIDAG PT system. The companys site manager shall have a certificate of the ETA holder
certifying that he is instructed by the ETA holder and has the required knowledge and
experience with this PT system. National standards and regulations valid on site shall be
considered.
The ETA holder is responsible to inform anyone concerned about the use of this DYWIDAG
PT system. Additional information as listed in ETAG 013, section 9.2 shall be held available at
the ETA holder and shall be distributed as needed.
The tendons and the components shall be handled carefully.
B.4.2.2 Welding
Welding at the anchorages is only permitted at the following points:
a) Welding of the end of the helix to a closed ring.
b) For ensuring the central position the helix may be attached to the anchor plate or to
the anchor body by welding.
After mounting the tendons no more welding shall be performed at the anchorages and in the
immediate vicinity of the tendons.
B.4.2.3 Installation of the tendon
The central position of the helix and stirrups shall be ensured by tack-welding to the anchor
plate or the anchor body or other appropriate mountings. The anchor plate or the anchor body,
respectively, shall be in direction perpendicular to the axis of the straight tendon in the vicinity
of the anchorage.
The tendon shall be placed straightforward behind the anchorage according to Table 5 and
Table 6.

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B.4.2.4 Wedging force, slip at anchorages, wedge securing and corrosion protection
compound
The draw-in of the anchorage to be taken into account for the determination of the elongations
and at load transfer from the jack onto the anchorage shall be taken from Table 9.
The wedges of all anchorages (fixed anchorages) which are no more accessible during
tensioning shall be secured by means of wedge keeper plates and bolts.If the calculated
prestressing force in these anchorages is less than 0.7 Pm0, max the wedges shall be pre-wedged
with P0, max (see section B.2.2.2).
Table 9: Draw-in values for calculation of elongation [mm]
Draw-in at stressing anchorage

Without pre-wedging or
power-seating
With power-seating
20 kN per strand at
stressing anchorage
With pre-wedging P0, max
at fixed anchorage

Draw-in at fixed anchorage

Draw-in to be
considered for
calculation of
elongation

Draw-in at load
transfer from the
jack onto the
anchorage

Draw-in to be considered for


calculation of elongation

At installation of the wedges into the conical borings of the not accessible fixed anchorages the
gaps shall be filled with corrosion protection compound.
Before pouring of concrete the wedge plates of the not accessible fixed anchorages shall be
sealed with a grout cap.
B.4.2.5 Stressing and stressing records
B.4.2.5.1 Stressing
At time of stressing the minimum mean concrete strength shall comply with the values given in
section B.2.2.5. In the vicinity of the anchorages the concrete must be especially homogeneous.
It is admissible to restress the tendons by releasing and re-using the wedges. After restressing
and anchoring, wedge marks on strands resulting from first stressing shall be moved to the
outside by at least 15 mm.
The minimum straight length for tensioning behind the anchorages (strand protrusion) depends
on the jack which is used on site (see Annex 22). All strands of a tendon shall be stressed
simultaneously. This can be done by centrally controlled individual jacks or by a bundle jack.

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B.4.2.5.2 Stressing record


All stressing operations shall be recorded for each tendon. In general, the required prestressing
force shall be achieved. The elongation is measured and compared with the calculated value.
If during tensioning the difference between measured and calculated elongation is more than
15 % of the calculated value then the engineer shall be informed and the causes shall be found.
B.4.2.5.3 Prestressing jacks and space requirements, safety-at-work
For stressing hydraulic jacks are used. Information about the stressing equipment is shown in
Annex 22.
To facilitate jack placement and stressing the tendons, clearance according to Annex 23 shall
be considered directly behind the anchorages.
The safety-at-work and health protection regulations shall be complied with.
B.4.2.6 Grouting
B.4.2.6.1 Grout and grouting procedures
Grout according section B.2.1.10 shall be used. Grouting procedures shall be carried out in
accordance with EN 446:1996. Local standards and national regulations valid in place of use
shall be considered.
B.4.2.6.2 Water rinse
Normally, sheathing shall not be rinsed with water. Local standards and national regulations
valid in place of use shall be considered.
B.4.2.6.3 Grouting speed
The grouting speed shall be in the range between 3 m/min and 12 m/min.
B.4.2.6.4 Grouted section and re-grouting
The maximum length of a grouted section depends on the capacity of the grouting apparatus
and shall be determined before the grouting procedure. When exceeding these tendon lengths,
additional grouting openings shall be provided. Where the tendon is led via distinct high points,
re-groutings shall be performed in order to avoid voids. For re-groutings corresponding
measures shall be taken into account already in design.
Vents on the ducts shall be provided at both ends and at the points of the tendon where air or
water may accumulate. In case of ducts of considerable length, vents or inlets may be required
at intermediate positions. Local standards and national regulations valid in place of use shall be
considered.
B.4.2.6.5 Surveillance
Surveillance according to EN 446:1996 shall be carried out.

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B.4.2.7 Wax injection


B.4.2.7.1 Wax and injection procedures
Wax according section B.2.11 shall be used. Injection shall be carried out according to DSI
special instructions. Injection equipment is normally composed of melting device (heater),
stirrer and pump.

B.5 PACKAGING, TRANSPORT, AND STORAGE


The components and the tendons shall be protected against moisture and staining.
The tendons shall be kept away from areas where welding procedures are performed.
For strands the smallest diameter of curvature during transport is 1.65 m.
The PE-tubes are delivered as straight or prebent tubes for the deviation zones and are
connected on site by mirror welding or electro welding couplers.

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Wedge tooth geometries
(for both wedge sizes)

Wedge:

45

29

42

Sheathing - Plate anchorage:


PE-Tube

PE-Insert

Telescopic tube

Grout tube

Steel tube

Steel trumpet

Flange

Electro welding coupler

Mirror welding

Sheathing - Multiplane anchorage MA:


PE-Tube

PE-Trumpet

PE-Tube

Telescopic tube

Grout tube

Electro welding coupler

Mirror welding

PE-Tube

Pitch circles:
Cone (for both wedge sizes)

Spacer

Wedge keeper plate

f **
f*

Wedge plate

Dimensions in mm
Tendon size

6803

6804

6805

6807

6809

6812

6815

6819

6822

6827

6831

6837

03
_

04
_

05

07

09

12

15

19

22

27

31

37

40

40

40

40

40

60

60

60

60

60

80

80

90

100

115

135

155

170

185

195

215

215

60
_
_

40
105
_

60
125
_

0
70
136
_

50
_
_

0
86
_
_

44
_
_

0
70
_
_

86
152
_

38
100
165

126
190

0
65
126
190

Duct (min. values):


Outer diameter

50

50

63

75

75

90

110

110

125

125

140

140

PE80, PN6
(cement gr. injection):
min. wall thickness

2.4

2.4

3.0

3.6

3.6

4.3

5.3

5.3

6.0

6.0

6.7

6.7

PE100, PN10
(wax or cement gr. inj.):
min. wall thickness

3.0

3.0

3.8

4.5

4.5

5.4

6.6

6.6

7.4

7.4

8.3

8.3

No. of strands
Spacer

Wedge keeper
plate
Pitch circles

f
f*
f **

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Anchor plate

Wedge plate
( f acc. to Annex 2 )
e

e*

Dimensions in mm
Tendon size
No. of strands

6803

6804

6805

6807

03

04

05

07

Cone pattern and position

Minimum actual concrete


strength at stressing

25

45

60

25

45

60

25

45

60

25

45

60

170

170

165

190

175

165

220

200

185

250

230

210

f cm,0,cube
Anchor plate

Type 2353/2354/2355

b
c

Wedge plate
Type 1350
for 6803, 6804
Type 1362
for 6805, 6807

Trumpet

Length

Recess tube

86
25

86

25

25

30

30

105
30

40

35

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35

45

40

110

110

117

130

d*

71

71

88

96

55

55

55

60

e*

47

47

47

52

250

320

350

350

114.3

127.0

95.0

95.0

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112

Plate anchorage
Dimensions of components for 6803 - 6807

40

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Anchor plate

Wedge plate
( f, f * acc. to Annex 2 )
e

f*

e*

Dimensions in mm
Tendon size
No. of strands

6809

6812

6815

6819

09

12

15

19

Cone pattern and position

Minimum actual concrete


strength at stressing

25

45

60

25

45

60

25

45

60

25

45

60

275

265

240

315

300

270

355

335

305

405

380

340

f cm,0,cube
Anchor plate

Type 2353/2354/2355

b
c

Wedge plate
Type 1362

Trumpet

Length

Recess tube

125
50

163

144

50

45

55

55

50

60

60

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55

70

70

145

170

190

210

d*

112

128

148

159

60

65

70

80

e*

52

55

60

68

530

600

630

785

139.7

159.0

177.8

193.7

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173

Plate anchorage
Dimensions of components for 6809 - 6819

60

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Anchor plate

Wedge plate
( f, f *, f ** acc. to Annex 2 )

f **
f*
f

e
e*

Dimensions in mm
Tendon size
No. of strands

6822

6827

6831

6837

22

27

31

37

Cone pattern and position

Minimum actual concrete


strength at stressing

25

45

60

450

410

365

25

45

60

455

405

25

45

60

490

440

25

45

60

520

470

f cm,0,cube
Anchor plate

Type 2353/2354/2355

b
c

Wedge plate
Type 1362

Trumpet

Length

Recess tube

199
80

208

75

65

85

234
75

90

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234
80

95

220

240

270

270

d*

176

188

214

214

85

95

100

115

e*

73

80

80

95

815

960

1105

1105

219.1

244.5

273.0

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Plate anchorage
Dimensions of components for 6822 - 6837

90

273.0
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Additional reinforcement
n x ds

da

z i

da

i * Helix, n * x d s

l*

Dimensions in mm

For z the concrete cover has to be considered!

Tendon size

6803

Strand

6804

pk

pk

03

No. of strands
Minimum actual concrete
strength at stressing

6805

6807
pk=265.5kN)

pk

04

05

07

25

45

60

25

45

60

25

45

60

25

45

60

225

195

180

255

220

205

285

245

225

335

285

265

fcm,0,cube
Centre distance A
Edge distance R

0.5 x Centre distance + Concrete cover - 10mm

Additional reinforcement
(Material see Annex 18)
No.

n
ds
z
i
x/y

_
_
_
_
_

_
_
_
_
_

6
14
175
40
240

5
14
150
45
220

4
8
30
60
160

_
_
_
_
_

_
_
_
_
_

6.5
14
200
45
295

6
14
165
40
245

6
8
30
50
185

_
_
_
_
_

_
_
_
_
_

7
14
235
45
325

6.5
14
200
40
270

5
10
30
50
205

_
_
_
_
_

_
_
_
_
_

8
14
285
45
375

7.5
14
240
40
315

6
10
30
50
245

Helix
(Material see Annex 18)
Turns

n*
ds
da
i*
min l *

_
_
_
_
_

_
_
_
_
_

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Centre and edge distances of tendon sizes 6803 - 6807


for strand Y1860S7 15.3 and 15.7 and
for strand Y1770S7 15.3 and 15.7

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_
_
_
_

_
_
_
_
_

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Additional reinforcement
n x ds

da

z i

da

i * Helix, n * x d s

l*

Dimensions in mm

For z the concrete cover has to be considered!

Tendon size

6809

Strand

6812

pk

pk

09

No. of strands
Minimum actual concrete
strength at stressing

6815

6819
pk=265.5kN)

pk

12

15

19

25

45

60

25

45

60

25

45

60

25

45

60

370

320

300

425

370

340

470

415

375

530

465

420

fcm,0,cube
Centre distance A
Edge distance R

0.5 x Centre distance + Concrete cover - 10mm

Additional reinforcement
(Material see Annex 18)
No.

n
ds
z
i
x/y

_
_
_
_
_

_
_
_
_
_

10
14
320
40
425

8
14
270
40
345

5
12
30
60
280

_
_
_
_
_

_
_
_
_
_

10
16
370
45
480

8.5
16
315
45
410

7
14
30
60
320

_
_
_
_
_

_
_
_
_
_

9
20
420
55
520

8
20
360
55
465

8
14
30
50
355

_
_
_
_
_

_
_
_
_
_

9.5
20
475
55
560

9
20
405
55
530

8
16
30
55
400

Helix
(Material see Annex 18)
Turns

n*
ds
da
i*
min l *

_
_
_
_
_

_
_
_
_
_

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Centre and edge distances of tendon sizes 6809 - 6819


for strand Y1860S7 15.3 and 15.7 and
for strand Y1770S7 15.3 and 15.7

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_
_
_
_

_
_
_
_
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Additional reinforcement
n x ds

da

z i

da

i * Helix, n * x d s

l*

Dimensions in mm

For z the concrete cover has to be considered!

Tendon size

6822

Strand

6827

pk

pk

22

No. of strands
Minimum actual concrete
strength at stressing

6831

45

60

570

500

450

25

pk=265.5kN)

pk

27

25

6837

31

45

60

555

500

25

37

45

60

595

535

25

45

60

650

580

11
16
30
60
630

10
16
30
60
560

12.5
20
580
45
635

10
16
510
50
560

fcm,0,cube
Centre distance A
Edge distance R

0.5 x Centre distance + Concrete cover - 10mm

Additional reinforcement
(Material see Annex 18)
No.

n
ds
z
i
x/y

_
_
_
_
_

_
_
_
_
_

10
20
520
55
595

10
20
450
50
545

9
16
30
60
430

_
_
_
_
_

10
12
30
60
535

10
16
30
60
480

11
20
495
50
605

9
16
425
50
495

_
_
_
_
_

11
14
30
60
575

11
16
30
50
515

12
20
535
45
605

9.5
16
465
50
525

_
_
_
_
_

Helix
(Material see Annex 18)
Turns

n*
ds
da
i*
min l *

9
14
370
45
440

_
_
_
_
_

_
_
_
_
_

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Centre and edge distances of tendon sizes 6822 - 6837


for strand Y1860S7 15.3 and 15.7 and
for strand Y1770S7 15.3 and 15.7

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External application
Plate anchorage

Multiplane anchorage MA

Internal application
Plate anchorage

Multiplane anchorage MA

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External and internal applications

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Technical Approval
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do

Expansion tube

duct

PE - tub

Deviation tube

Rmin

min
duct
o

*
**
**

*
**

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Deviator - Geometrical requirements


for circular steel tubes

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Designation

Material

Wedge

Case hardened steel *

EN 10277-2: 2008
EN 10083-2: 2006

Wedge plate

Quenched and
tempered steel *

EN 10083-1: 2006
EN 10083-2: 2006

Anchor plate

Structural steel *

EN 10025-2: 2004

Multiplane anchor body


Type MA

Cast ductile iron *

EN 1563: 1997
ASTM A536: 1999

Steel tube for


anchor plate

Structural steel *

EN 10216-1: 2002
EN 10217-1: 2002

Spacer

Polyethylene (PE)

EN ISO 1872-1: 1999

Flange

Structural steel *

EN 10025-2: 2004

Steel tube for


steel trumpet

Structural steel *

EN 10216-1: 2002
EN 10217-1: 2002

Tension ring

Structural steel *

EN 10025-2: 2004

Polyethylene (PE)

EN ISO 1872-1: 1999

Structural steel *

EN 10025-2: 2004

PE - Insert
Retaining ring

S 235 JR
Reinf. steel R e

Helix
Additional reinforcement

Re

Standard

500 MPa

500 MPa

EN 10025-2: 2004
EN 10080: 2005 **
EN 10080: 2005

PE - Tube

Polyethylene (PE)

EN 12201-2: 2003

PE - Trumpet

Polyethylene (PE)

EN ISO 1872-1: 1999

** As long as EN 10080 does not exist harmonized, national standards shall be considered.
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Materials and standard references

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DIMENSIONS AND PROPERTIES OF 7-WIRE STRANDS


Designation

Symbol

Unit

Value

R m /Fpk

MPa

1770 or 1860

Nominal diameter

mm

Nominal cross section

Ap

Nominal mass

g/m

Surface configuration

Tensile strength
Strand

15.3

15.7

140

150

1093

1172
plain

Force of Single Strand at 0.1 %


Y 1770

Fp0.1k

kN

218

234

Y 1860

Fp0.1k

kN

229

246

MPa

External wire diameter

mm

Core wire diameter

d'

mm

Modulus of elasticity

195,000

Individual wires

1.02 to 1.04 d

As long as EN 10138 does not exist 7 - wire strands in accordance with national provisions
and with the characteristics given in the table above shall be used.

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7 - wire strands
6803 - 6837

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