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Verulam

Hogging moment reinforcement in T-beams We have had three responses to Mr A. E. Archibald ’s tale of woe (reported in our August issue) from his graduate assistant days about the non-acceptance by his chief of his proposal to spread hogging reinforcement in T-beams out sideways into the slab. Mr E. A. F. Robinson, of Surbiton, expresses his reservations about Mr Archibald’s proposals because of the shear stresses that would be induced in the slab. Verulam