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The Essentials of Reinforced Concrete Design - An Elementary Explanation from First Principles for Students. Part XII. Calculation of stresses due to eccentric loading (concluded).

Case II-Resultant stress in tension over portion of section. We now come to the case in which the eccentricity is sufficient to cause at the edge of the section remote from the load point a tensile stress in excess of the direct compression stress. Ewart S. Andrews