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The International Concrete Abstracts Portal is an ACI led collaboration with leading technical organizations from within the international concrete industry and offers the most comprehensive collection of published concrete abstracts.
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January 1, 1968
A.A. Gvozdev, N.N. Lessig, and L.K. Rulle
Results of theoretical and experimental studies on reinforced concrete elements of different corss-sectional shapes subjected to combined bending and torsion which have been carried out in the USSR since 1950 are described.
Robert A. Shoolbred and Eugene P. Holland
An investigation was conducted for the determination of torsional moments at critical points in a spandrel girder, based on linear elastic principles.
Torsion theories for concrete members may be classified into three categories according to the manner of loading, namely, pure torsion, combined bending and torsion, and combined bending, shear and torsion. This paper summarizes the theories in each of the three categories with reference to plain, reinforced and prestressed concrete.
Henry J. Cowan
Some of the early research on torsion in concrete is reviewed. The reasons for the arrangement and amount of reinforcement are examined. Interaction with bending is discussed, and the importance of simple design rules is stressed, since torsion is generally a secondary effect of bending in concrete structures.
K.T. Sundara Raja Iyengar and B. Vijaya Rangan
This paper presents the results of an analytical and experimental investigation into the behavior and strength of reinforced concrete beams under combined bending and torsion.
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