REINFORCED CONCRETE. DESIGN DATA,
BUREAU OF RECLAMATION DENVER CO
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Many engineering organizations are frequently required to design concrete frame structures, such as powerhouse superstructures and valve houses, in which heavy-duty overhead cranes pose difficult design problems. Practically all such structures are designed as rigid frames, and are statically indeterminate. This monograph is confined to deriving data necessary for designing reinforced-concrete structures of this type, but the method can be extended to apply to any statically indeterminate structure. Chapter I discusses the determination of beam constants for frequently occurring variable sections, Chapter II discusses moment distribution, including sidesway, and Chapter III contains a collection of design diagrams for reinforced-concrete members. Derivation of equations is shown in Appendices A and B.
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