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Title: SP-210: Deflection Control for The Future
Author(s): Editor: NJ Gardner
Publication: Special Publication
Appears on pages(s): 250
This Symposium Publication contains papers presented during the 2002 ACI Spring Convention in Detroit, including six papers related to predicting the deflections of concrete members reinforced with fiber-reinforced polymer (FRP) reinforcement: one paper describes two field investigations, two unique laboratory investigations, a paper on estimating the errors in calculating deflections of high-performance concrete slabs, and a comparison of the ACI and EC2 deflection provisions. This volume should be read in association with Symposium Publication SP-203, Code Provisions for Deflection Control in Concrete.
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