Design of Reinforced Concrete Opening Corners

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Design of Reinforced Concrete Opening Corners

The Structural Engineer
Design of Reinforced Concrete Opening Corners
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Jackson, N

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Jackson, N

A study of previously reported investigations of the behaviour of reinforced concrete corners, reinforced with intersecting U-bars and subjected to moments causing tension on their inner faces, suggests that some of the more important parameters influencing their behaviour may not have received the attention they deserved.

N. Jackson

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