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The Essentials of Reinforced Concrete Design - An Elementary Explanation from First Principles for students

We have seen that in practical reinforced concrete columns the load is very often eccentric-in outside columns it is nearly always eccentric-and that , although the calculation of the amount of eccentricity is often a question involving complicated considerations if we aim at a very high degree of accuracy, the bending moments can be obtained with ease by means of an approximate diagram. Ewart S. Andrews, B.Sc., M.Inst.C.E., M.I.Struct.E