Composite Action of Beams and Slabs under Transverse Loading. (IV) The Rectangular Slab with Four Ed

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

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Composite Action of Beams and Slabs under Transverse Loading. (IV) The Rectangular Slab with Four Ed

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Composite Action of Beams and Slabs under Transverse Loading. (IV) The Rectangular Slab with Four Ed
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Allen, D N de G;Severn, R T

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The problem considered in this paper is that of a rectangular slab of uniform thickness strengthened by four edge-beams; it is loaded transversely and supported at its corners on rigid stanchions. Symmetry of geometry and of loading is taken to exist about both the axes x = 0 and y = 0 (Fig 1). D.N. de G. Allen and R.T. Severn

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