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The Essentials of Reinforced Concrete Design Part IV. Rectangular Beams with Compression Reinforcement

We have seen already that with a rectangular reinforced concrete beam reinforced on the tension side only, when the bending moment exceeds a certain amount the concrete reaches its limiting stress before the steel and that we cannot sustain a greater bending moment without over-stressing the concrete. Ewart S. Andrews

Author(s): Andrews, Ewart S