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Shear Design and British Code CPU4

British Code CP114 does not give sufficient guidance on shear design of reinforced concrete beams. Some of the requirements appear illogical. Conformance with the Code does not guarantee a satisfactory design or an adequate factor of safety against shear failure. Professor R.H. Evans and F.K. Kong