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The Essentials of Reinforced Concrete Design Part VI. - Shear Reinforcement (Continued)

“Truss Action" with Inclined Bars When we have a number of bars bent up at intervals it is usual to consider them as forming with the tension reinforcement and with the concrete compression flange, which also usually carries some reinforcement, an equivalent truss. Ewart S. Andrews