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Reinforced concrete This

remains valid provided the proportional limit of neither material is exceeded . We

may now use P = AS to rewrite Eq . ( a ) : 68c + ( 144 – 6 ) S . = 228 , 000 ...

Reinforced concrete This

**relation**is independent of the loads or post . areas , andremains valid provided the proportional limit of neither material is exceeded . We

may now use P = AS to rewrite Eq . ( a ) : 68c + ( 144 – 6 ) S . = 228 , 000 ...

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Introduction In this chapter we derive the

and the flexure stresses it causes ... are known as bending or flexure stresses ,

and the

by ...

Introduction In this chapter we derive the

**relations**between the bending momentand the flexure stresses it causes ... are known as bending or flexure stresses ,

and the

**relation**between these stresses and the bending moment is expressedby ...

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said that G = = 2 ( 1 + u ) ? 1 ; we are now ready to prove this

of stress shown in Fig . 9 – 33a consists of a tensile stress Sc and a compressive

...

**Relation**Between Modulus of Rigidity and Modulus of Elasticity In Art . 2 - 4 wesaid that G = = 2 ( 1 + u ) ? 1 ; we are now ready to prove this

**relation**. The stateof stress shown in Fig . 9 – 33a consists of a tensile stress Sc and a compressive

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List of Symbols and Abbreviations | xvi |

SIMPLE STRAIN | 26 |

TORSION | 60 |

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