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Some Irregular Cases of Beam Loading in Limit Design of Slab and Beam Floors

Some cases where incorrect design of beams supporting two-way slabs may result from the use of only the triangular and trapezoidal load distributions which follow the shape of the segments of the panel collapse mechanisms are described and discussed. R. Park

Author(s): Park, R

Keywords: design;beams;slabs;limit state methods;floors