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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, 1975
J.G. MacGregor, U.H. Oelhafen, and S.E. Hage
An incremental rate-of-creep analysis of reinforced concrete columns subjected to sustained loads is developed and used to generate data for a statistical evaluation of the stiffness, EI, of slender concrete columns subjected to short time and sustained loads. The resulting equations are more accurate than ACI Eqn. 10.7 and are as easy to use. The possibility of column failure under very high sustained loads is discussed.
Albert J. Gouwens
A comprehensive but simple design procedure is presented for the design of concrete columns subject to biaxial bending. The procedure is oriented towards hand computation but is suitable for incorporation into computer programs. The methods in the existing literature are summarized and evaluated. A new design procedure and an example problem showing its use are given.
Editor: Mark W. Huggins
Presents papers dealing with problems of current interest to concrete research and design personnel and in many cases, closely related to problems that have arisen in the application of the 1971 ACI Building Code.
A.K. Basu and P. Suryanarayana
A computer method for the analysis of elastically restrained long reinforced concrete columns subjected to axial load and biaxial bending is described.
R. Green and J. Hellesland
The effect of repeated loading on the ultimate load capacity, and the deflection and stiffness properties of eight eccentrically loaded reinforced concrete columns was studied experiementally.
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