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Creep and Shrinkage of Concrete and their Influence on Structural Behaviour - a Review of Methods of Analysis

The paper reviews simple methods of analysing the effects of the creep and shrinkage of concrete in structural members. The cases considered include prestressed and reinforced concrete, cracked and uncracked, under moment and direct load. J.M. Illston and L. England

Author(s): Illston, J M;England, L

Keywords: analysis;effects;creep;shrinkage;prestressed concrete;reinforced concrete;reviews;high temperature