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The true bending moments of beams with various degrees of fixity

Although most of the countries in Europe have official regulations for reinforced concrete works, there is no regulation of this kind in Great Britain yet, and architects and engineers have so far been governed by the First and Second Reports of the Royal Institute of British Architects’ Joint Committee, or by the usual practice of the various firms of specialist designers. Maurice Behar