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Title: Five Discussions from the July/August 2010 ACI Structural Journal
Author(s): Rafael Alves de Souza, Andor Windisch, and Emil de Souza Sanchez Filho
Publication: Structural Journal
Appears on pages(s): 378-385
Abstract:Disc. 107-S40/From the July-August 2010 ACI Structural Journal, p. 411. Smeared Rotating Crack Model for Reinforced Concrete Membrane Elements. (Paper by Vahid Broujerdian and Mohammad Taghi Kazemi). Discussion by Rafael Alves de Souza. Disc. 107-S40/From the July-August 2010 ACI Structural Journal, p. 411. Smeared Rotating Crack Model for Reinforced Concrete Membrane Elements. (Paper by Vahid Broujerdian and Mohammad Taghi Kazemi). Discussion by Andor Windisch. Disc. 107-S41/From the July-August 2010 ACI Structural Journal, p. 419. Shear-Transfer Strength of Reinforced Concrete. (Paper by Khaldoun N. Rahal). Discussion by Emil de Souza Sánchez Filho. Disc. 107-S43/From the July-August 2010 ACI Structural Journal, p. 434. Strengthening of Flat Slabs against Punching Shear Using Post-Installed Shear Reinforcement. (Paper by Miguel Fernández Ruiz, Aurelio Muttoni, and Jakob Kunz). Discussion by Andor Windisch. Disc. 107-S48/From the July-August 2010 ACI Structural Journal, p. 476. Compression Splices in Confined Concrete of 40 and 60 MPa (5800 and 5700 psi) Compressive Strengths. (Paper by Sung-Chul Chun, Sung-Ho Lee, and Bohwan Oh). Discussion by Andor Windisch.
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