Composite Action of Beams and Slabs under Transverse Loading. (111) A Rectangular Slab with Repeated

Author: Allden, D N de G;Severn, R T

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Composite Action of Beams and Slabs under Transverse Loading. (111) A Rectangular Slab with Repeated

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Composite Action of Beams and Slabs under Transverse Loading. (111) A Rectangular Slab with Repeated
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This paper extends previous work by making possible the solution of problems of composite-action between a slab and equally-spaced stiffening beams when the flexural stiffness of the beams varies along their length. Provided that symmetry about the midspan is maintained, no restriction is placed upon the form of variation (the effective depth of the beams being specified numerically at a number of points across the span); Fig. 2 illustrates two kinds of variation which may be expected to occur in practice. D.N. de G. Allen and R.T. Severn

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