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The Essesntials of Reinforced Concrete Design. Part VIII. - Dispersion Effect of Slabs Upon "Point" Loads

We have already seen that in dealing with rectangular slabs, supported upon four edges and reinforced in two directions at right angles to each other, the allowance to be made for determining the bending movements in the respective directions is difficult of exact determination; but that it is quite easy to apply certain approximate formulae which different authorities have advanced. Ewart S. Andrews

Author(s): Andrews, Ewart S