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Bending in Reinforced Concrete Columns )and Other Compression Members)

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Bending in Reinforced Concrete Columns )and Other Compression Members)
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THE purpose of this article is to show a simple method for designing a reinforced concrete column, arch rib, etc., subject to bending, when the direct compressive load and the bending moment about the axis are known. W.A. Green

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