A theoretical investigation into the ultimate strength in bending and torsion of plain and reinforced concrete members

Martin, L.H. (1973). A theoretical investigation into the ultimate strength in bending and torsion of plain and reinforced concrete members. PHD thesis, Aston University.

Abstract

Presented in this thesis are original theoretical solutions for the determination of the ultimate strength in bending and torsion for: a) Plain concrete members. (b) Concrete members reinforced with longitudinal steel only. (c) Concrete members reinforced with longitudinal and transverse steel at yield. (d) Concrete members reinforced with longitudinal and transverse steel, where partial yielding and non yielding occurs. The theories are compared with available experimental results and show reasonable agreement.

Divisions: Engineering & Applied Sciences
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Institution: Aston University
Uncontrolled Keywords: ultimate strength,bending,torsion,plain,reinforced,concrete members
Completed Date: 1973-04

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