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Title: Step-by-Step Design Procedures in Accordance with the Strength Design Method of ACI 318-71
Author(s): ACI Committee 340
Publication: Journal Proceedings
Appears on pages(s): 333-360
Keywords: beams (supports); brackets;columns (supports);deflection;footinqs;piles; reinforced concrete; reinforcinq steels; shear properties; slabs: structural analysis; structural design; torsion.
Abstract:Flow charts present step-by-step strength design procedures following ACI 318-71 for rectangular beams, stirrups, one-way slabs, T-beams, brackets, isolated spread footings, pile caps, and columns. Other charts outline design procedures for torsion on beams and two-way action shear in slabs and show steps in deflection calculations. Charts are referenced to provisions of ACI 318-7 I and to examples in Design Hund-book in Accordance with the Strength Design Method of AC/ 318-71, SP-17(73).
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