The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 26 (1948) > Issues > Issue 7 > Tests on Concrete Columns Reinforced with Square Twisted Steel and Mild Steel
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Tests on Concrete Columns Reinforced with Square Twisted Steel and Mild Steel

(1) Theoretical Considerations In reinforced concrete columns under load both concrete and steel are subjected to the same strain. The question how far the steel can be utilised in compression depends on the relation of the stress-strain diagrams of the two materials. Dr. K. Hajnal-Konyi

Author(s): Hajnal-Konyi, K

Keywords: columns;reinforced concrete;square;deformed;reinforcement;behaviour;comparing;codes of practice