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CSI safe v 12 rebar everaging at peaks .

 
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PostPosted: Mon Sep 16, 2013 6:51 am    Post subject: CSI safe v 12 rebar everaging at peaks . Reply with quote

help please;
I am checking on a slab design using safe v12. I am using finite element based due to irregular slab shape. very high steel area is required at peaks If the "Rebar Averaging At Peaks" box is not selected, however much lower values are required when  "Rebar Averaging At Peaks" is selected. what should I do , and how the  "Max. Averaging Width" is calculated or how it must be considered?
Many thanks.
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