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9-5a, in which a short strut' carries a compressive load P applied with an

eccentricity e along one of the principal axesl of the ... The stresses across any

typical section m—n are the result of the superposition of the direct

9-5a, in which a short strut' carries a compressive load P applied with an

eccentricity e along one of the principal axesl of the ... The stresses across any

typical section m—n are the result of the superposition of the direct

**compressive****stress**(0,, ...Page 426

The resultant

beam.' The resisting couple, composed of the equal

forces C ...

The resultant

**compressive**force C in the concrete acts at the centroid of the**stress**triangle in Fig. l0-4a, and is therefore at a distance §kd from the top of thebeam.' The resisting couple, composed of the equal

**compressive**and tensileforces C ...

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The loading on this section is similar to that on an eccentrically loaded short strut

(Art. 9-3, page 369), and the resultant stress is due to a combination of a direct

member ...

The loading on this section is similar to that on an eccentrically loaded short strut

(Art. 9-3, page 369), and the resultant stress is due to a combination of a direct

**compressive stress**and a flexure stress. If the eccentricity is small and themember ...

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