End Anchorage in Composite Slabs: an Increased Loadcarrying Capacity

Author: Jolly, C K;Lawson, R M

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End Anchorage in Composite Slabs: an Increased Loadcarrying Capacity

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End Anchorage in Composite Slabs: an Increased Loadcarrying Capacity
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Jolly, C K;Lawson, R M

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Jolly, C K;Lawson, R M

Sometimes an increase beyond the normal design loadcarrying capacity of a composite floor slab is highly desirable. This paper describes tests that show the existence of such an increase and how it may be predicted.

C.K. Jolly and R.M. Lawson

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