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A Practical Method for the Design of I Beams Haunched in Concrete

The demand for fire-resisting construction in inside work and for the protection of outside work from the weather has resulted in the general practice of encasing structural steelwork in concrete. In addition, the concrete encasement of steel beams is frequently extended laterally to form parts of a structure, such as floors. Robert A. Caughey and W. Basil Scott

Author(s): Caughey, Robert A;Scott, W Basil

Keywords: i beams;haunched beams;concrete;filler joist floors