The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 48 (1970) > Issues > Issue 8 > Eccentric Edge Beams on Bridge Slabs
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Eccentric Edge Beams on Bridge Slabs

Often slabs subjected to flexure are stiffened by edge beams having a neutral plane which does not coincide with that of the slab itself. This is frequent in bridges. Kleomenis Kretsis

Author(s): Kretsis, Kleomenis

Keywords: edge beams;bridges;slabs;analysis