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The object of the present paper is to show a method of finding the areas of reinforcements in a rectangular member subjected to bending and compression when the stresses are known.
NOBODY can look at the Forth Bridge without being aware that it is great not only in size but in conception. It is a mighty work of engineering and it is also a work of art.
A. Trystan Edwards
THE columns of a building are of greater importance than any other parts of the construction. At first blush, it may strike one that all parts of a building are equally important; but there is a double, or, in fact, a triple duty on the columns of a building, and hence the stability and integrity of a structure depends in a larger degree on the columns than on any other elements of a structure.