The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 56 (1978) > Issues > Issue 10 > Reinforced Concrete Design Calculations Using Small Computers - DECIDE
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Reinforced Concrete Design Calculations Using Small Computers - DECIDE

Some aspects of the design process, as applied to calculations for reinforced concrete structures, are considered. The benefits of an interactive system of design as a means of employing computers in this process are discussed and it is concluded that such a system requires only the use of a small computer. The DECIDE system, written specifically for small machines, is described briefly as an example of how design calculations for reinforced concrete may be written into an interactive system. A.W. Beeby