Arching Action in Reinforced Concrete Slabs Written Discussion on the Paper by Professor A. J. Ockle
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Arching Action in Reinforced Concrete Slabs Written Discussion on the Paper by Professor A. J. Ockle

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Arching Action in Reinforced Concrete Slabs Written Discussion on the Paper by Professor A. J. Ockle
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MR. A. J. ASHDOWN (Associate-Member) commented that Professor Ocklcston’s very interesting paper endeavoured to bridge the gap of the largc discrepancy between failing loads calculated on the latest theories for moments of resistance and the actual failing load.

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