Nomograms for the Failure of Plain Concrete Subjected to Short-term Multi-axial Stresses

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Nomograms for the Failure of Plain Concrete Subjected to Short-term Multi-axial Stresses

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Nomograms for the Failure of Plain Concrete Subjected to Short-term Multi-axial Stresses
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Hannant, D J

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A survey has been made of experimental data for the failure of concrete subjected to multiaxial stress systems varying from triaxial compression, through combinations of compression and tension to biaxial tension. D.J. Hannant

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