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Title: Flat Slabs And Supporting Columns And walls Designed As Indeterminate Structural Frames
Author(s): Henry D. Dewell And Harold B. Hammill
Publication: Journal Proceedings
Appears on pages(s): 321-344
Abstract:A study of the practicability of treating the design of flat slabs and their supporting columns and walls as indeterminate structural frames this paper was written in connection with the formulation of the Uniform Building Code - California Edition. It includes a general discussion of existing building code provisions and presents an analysis of flat slab construc-tionby elastic frame method Diagrams for moment coefficients for maximum positive slab moments in interior and exterior panels and columns are presented, and examples of the application of curves for column moments to speciflc cases are given.
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