2 edition of Design methods for walls with special reference to the load-carrying capacity. found in the catalog.
Design methods for walls with special reference to the load-carrying capacity.
1966 in Stockholm .
Written in English
|Series||Rapport från byggforskningen -- 34/66|
|Contributions||Statens institut för byggnadsforskning (Sweden)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||28|
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LOAD-CARRYING CAPACITY FOR CONCRETE SLABS ON GRADE. DISCUSSION AND CLOSURE. A discussion of a paper with the aforementioned title by L.
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STUDY. PLAY. Engineering design Soil testing methods Engineer designs of retaining walls. A pile where no firm bearing layer can be reached but a considerable load carrying capacity is developed through friction between the sides of the pile and soil. The discussers’ assertion that the load-carrying capacity of reinforced soil does not depend on reinforcement spacing is contrary to observed behavior of over two dozen field-scale experiments reported by Adams et al., Pham, Wu et al., and Nicks et al.
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Compared to the EN performance limits for vertical displacements of in-plane compressed walls, the W80 specimen load-carrying capacity should be associated with the first condition exceeded, namely, the maximum in-plane deformations, with the attainment of the reference limit condition of 30 mm shortening after ≈55 min of fire by: 2.
in which q u is the real ultimate load of the reference structure (load-carrying capacity for the actual flexural failure mode) and q ud is the ultimate load that the reference structure would have if, at the ultimate, the plastic hinges all simultaneously reached the moment capacity M max (bending load-carrying capacity for the fully developed Cited by: 2.
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