The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 41 (1963) > Issues > Issue 3 > Stresses in Column Reinforcement
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Stresses in Column Reinforcement

The paper describes tests to determine the strains throughout the length of reinforcement in a three-storey concrete column subject to bending at each storey. Other tests are described in which stresses in lap joints and in binders, both plain and helical, were determined. As a result of these tests it is suggested that worthwhile economies in binders and lapped bars are a possibility. J.M. Plowman

Author(s): Plowman, J M

Keywords: columns;reinforced concrete;stresses;reinforcement;deflection