The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 52 (1974) > Issues > Issue 3 > Torsion in Concrete and CP110 1972
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Torsion in Concrete and CP110 1972

The strength of a concrete member subjected to torsion will be governed by the tensile strength of the concrete. The author has collected all the experimental data available on concrete in torsion and shows that the results agree reasonably well with this statement if the split cylinder strength is taken as the tensile strength of the concrete. W.T. Marshall