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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, 1971
Yoshinori Aoki and Hiroshi Seki
This paper describes the experimental and theoretical study on ultimate strength of reinforced concrete slabs supported on beams as the boundary condition.
The paper describes the design and testing of a uniformly loaded 1/4-scaled model reinforced concrete slab and beam floor.
T.Y. Hung and E.G. Nawy
Criteria are proposed for predicting the limit strength of uniformly loaded two-way action structural slabs and plates of various boundary conditions, taking into account the compressive membrane effect at large deflections. Also a serviceability factors concept is proposed for use in conjunction with limit strength design of slabs.
J. Diaz Padilla and F. Robles
A technique is proposed for identifying and quantifying user needs in low-cost housing projects. This is done by correlating physical measures of the envionment with psychological measures of the users. The method is illustrated with an attempt to develop acceptability criteria for cracking in concrete slabs.
Hans Gesund and O.P. Dikshit
A primary problem at slab/column intersections is the possible punching failure of the slab. By analysis of experimental data available in the literature, it can be shown that, in many cases, the bending rather than the shear strength of the slab governs its punching resistance.
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