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Shear in concrete Ian Feltham writes from London, W1: Although we all prefer guidance that results in greater structural economy, Arup Research & Development is advising users of BS 8110 within OAP of two instances where the Code permits shear designs with a lower factor of safety than other Codes and where a more conservative approach should be considered.