Quantcast Figure 13. Procedure Description: Evaluation Reconciliation Procedure

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<1> For Each Cross-Section Type: Do <2> and <3> for each cross-section type identified on the Cross-
Section Evaluation worksheet (see Appendix B for all worksheets). When done, proceed to <4>.
<2> Identify Highest Minimum Requirements for Cross-Section Type. Identify the highest minimum
requirement for cross-section type across all tactics shown on the Cross-Section Evaluation worksheet.
For this task, treat the term "standard" as the lowest minimum requirement. Enter the highest minimum
requirement in column (g), Resolved Thickness. Proceed to <1>.
<3> Mark Appropriate Acceptable Thickness Box. If column (a), existing cross-section thicknesses, is
greater than column (g), resolved thicknesses, check the "Yes" box in column (h), acceptable thicknesses.
Otherwise, check the "No" box in column (h), acceptable thicknesses. Proceed to <1>.
<4> For Each Frame Property: Do <5> and <6> for each frame property on the Frame Evaluation worksheet.
When done, proceed to <7>.
<5> Identify Highest Minimum Requirements for Frame Property. Identify the highest minimum
requirement for frame property across all tactics shown on the Frame Evaluation worksheet. For this task,
treat the term "standard" as the lowest minimum requirement. Enter the highest minimum requirement in
column (g), Resolved Properties. Proceed to <6>.
<6> Mark Appropriate Acceptable Properties Boxes. If column (a), existing properties, is better than column
(g), resolved properties, check the "Yes" box in column (h), acceptable properties. Otherwise, check the
"No" box in column (h), acceptable properties. Proceed to <4>.
<7> For Each Anchorage Property: Do <8> and <9> for each anchorage property on the Anchorage
Evaluation worksheet. When done, proceed to <10>.
<8> Identify Highest Minimum Requirements for Anchorage Property. Identify the highest minimum
requirement for anchorage property across all tactics shown on the Anchorage Evaluation worksheet. For
this task, treat the term "standard" as the lowest minimum requirement. Enter the highest minimum
requirement in column (g) Resolved Properties. Proceed to <9>.
<9> Mark Appropriate Acceptable Properties Boxes. If column (a), existing properties, is better than column
(g), resolved properties, check the "Yes" box in column (h), acceptable properties. Otherwise, check the
"No" box in column (h), acceptable properties. Proceed to <7>.
<10> For Each Wall Construction: Do <11> and <12> for each anchorage property on the Wall Evaluation
worksheet. When done, return to Figure 7.
<11> Identify Highest Minimum Requirements for Wall Construction. Identify the highest minimum
requirement for wall construction across all tactics shown on the Wall Evaluation Application. Enter the
highest minimum requirement in column (g) Resolved Thickness. Proceed to <12>.
<12> Mark Appropriate Acceptable Properties Boxes. If column (a), existing properties, is better than column
(g), resolved properties, check the "Yes" box in column (h), acceptable properties. Otherwise, check the
"No" box in column (h), acceptable properties. Proceed to <10>.
Figure 13
Procedure Description: Evaluation Reconciliation Procedure
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