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Title: SP-030: Cracking, Deflection and Ultimate Load of Concrete Slab Systems
Author(s): Editor: Edward G. Nawy
Publication: Special Publication
Appears on pages(s): 388
Abstract:Note: SP-30 is Out of Print. However, the individual papers are available as .pdf downloads. Please click on the following link to view the papers available:
Specific recommendations are given in the sixteen papers contained in this volume, the majority of which were delivered at the International Symposium on the Cracking, Deflection, and Ultimate Load of Concrete Slab Systems held at the Annual ACI Convention in Denver, 1971. Containing the extensive works of twenty-nine international experts from five continents, the theme of this symposium volume is divided into three major areas: (1) serviceability as determined by crack control in one-way and two-way slab systems; (2) shear strength and moment transfer in column regions and concentrated load zones; (3) limit capacity of concrete slabs and plates, including membrane and arch action effects.
Note: SP-30 is Out of Print. However, the individual papers are available as .pdf downloads. Please click on the following link to view the papers available: