The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 31 (1953) > Issues > Issue 1 > The Interplay of Concrete of Different Ages in Structural Members
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The Interplay of Concrete of Different Ages in Structural Members

The distribution of stresses in old and new concrete in compound sections is examined for an instantaneous load, after which the redistribut.ion of stresses under sustained load and shrinkage is described. The redistribution of stress which takes place in statically indeterminate structures when their individual members are cast independently and connected later is discussed. Professor Dr. Ing. H. Craemer

Author(s): Craemer, Ing H

Keywords: concrete;time;strengthening;effects;shrinkage;bond