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Title: Design of Members Subject to Combined Bending and Tension
Author(s): E. C. Harris
Publication: Journal Proceedings
Appears on pages(s): 491-495
Keywords: axial loads;bending moments;building codes;columns (supports);compressive strength;deformation;flexura strength;reinforced concrete;silos;structural design;tanks (containers);tension;ultimate strength method;walls.
Abstract:Combined beding with tensile axial load is common in walls of silos and tanks and occasonal in other structures. However, for ultimate strength design, codes and handbooks have considered only compression with bending or small axial tension with bending. This paper shows five cases of combined tension and bending. Formulas are developed giving required steel areas for each case. Strength design (ultimate strength) is used. The resulting formulas involve only the already available theory used for flexural members under ACI 318-71.
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