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Title: Suggested Revisions to ACI Building Code
Clauses Dealing with Shear Friction
and Shear in Deep Beams and Corbels
Author(s): J. G. MacGregor and N. M. Hawkins
Publication: Journal Proceedings
Appears on pages(s): 537-545
Keywords: beams (supports} ; bending moments: building codes; corbels; cracking (fracturing) : deep beams; reinforced concrete: shear properties: shear strength; shear stress; structural design: web reinforcement.
Abstract:ACl-ASCE Committee 426, Shear and Diagonal Tension, has developed suggested revisions to Chapter 11 of ACI 318-71. The revisions are presented in a report of the committee. This paper discusses the suggested revisions to be provisions for shear friction, deep beams, and corbels, and illustrates the practical application of those provisions through design examples.
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