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Title: Tentative Recommendations for Design of composite Beams and Girders for Buildings
Author(s): ACI-ASCE Committee 333
Publication: Journal Proceedings
Appears on pages(s): 609-628
Abstract:ACI-ASCE Committee 333 was organized in 1956 to prepare recommendations for the design and construction of structures composed of prefabricated beams combined with cast-in-place slabs. After review of the existing information and practices, the committee has channeled one part of its activities toward preparation of recommendations for the design buildings. of composite beams and girders for results of this work are reported herein. The committee expects to prepare further reports after the completion of research investigations now in progress. The progress report is written in two parts. Tentative design recommendations are presented in the first part. The second part contains explanations of the provisions of the design recommendations.
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