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Solution provides long spans and efficient transfer of horizontal and vertical forces
Designers use hyperstatic forces to ensure that reactions from a New York City high-rise can be resisted by the columns of an existing structure.
Benefits include minimized construction problems and reduced life-cycle costs
A review of failure mechanisms and tendon placement issues that inspection can eliminate or, at least, minimize.
A reprint of an article by Daniel W. Falconer, first published in the February 1988 issue of CI
Recommendations and advice for designing and detailing of post-tensioned two-way slabs in buildings
An homage to some of the pioneers and early projects, and a look forward to innovations
The success of a project requires that designers and field personnel implement key industry standards
A discussion of anomalies in the ACI 318-14 shear design procedure for post-tensioned concrete beams
Implications of a key provision in ACI 562-16, the basis of design report for concrete repair projects