The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 36 (1958) > Issues > Issue 11 > The Influence of Shear on the Moment of Resistance of Reinforced Concrete Beams
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The Influence of Shear on the Moment of Resistance of Reinforced Concrete Beams

The recommendations of British and other design codes on shear in reinforced concrete beams are examined and suggestions are made concerning the basis of an ultimate load approach. Some recent research and theories are discussed. Experimental results obtained by one of the authors are used, together with other published test results to develop equations for the moment of resistance of beams with or without web reinforcement. The physical significance of these equations is discussed and further research problems are outlined in relation to design requirements. K. Subbiah and R.B.L. Smith

Author(s): Subbiah, K;Smith, R B L

Keywords: reinforced concrete;beams;codes of practice;shear;limit state methods;comparing;usa;gbr;frg