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Reinforcement for Shear in Reinforced Concrete Beams Further Contributions to the Discussion on the Paper by Edward Godfrey

The assumption of Mr. Godfrey that the analysis of shear and the methods of shear reinforcement in concrete beams is one of the most illogical things in all the literature on the subject cannot well be controverted. C.A.P. Turner