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Deflexion and Bending Moments Produced by a Load Distributed over a small area of an Infinite Circular Slab on an Elastic Foundation

The classical plate theory equations are solved numerically for the case of a load distributed over a small area of an infinite circular slab on an elastic foundation. The results are compared with Westergaard’s solution and a simple design chart presented. W.E. Scriven and W.R. Pilgrim

Author(s): Scriven, W E;Pilgrim, W R