Indicates how symbols shall be selected to represent quantities or terms in structural design of concrete. Principal symbols are upper and lower case Roman letters and Greek lower case letters. Roman lower case letters are used as subscripts and Greek upper case letters are reserved for mathematics.
Keywords: coding; concretes; definitions; nomenclature; notation; prestressed
concrete;reinforced concrete; structural analysis; structural design; symbols;
Author: ACI Committee 104
Publication Year: 2002
This document is Historical
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