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How to design a concrete member subjected axial tension along with bending as per IS code

 
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nitin_bansal
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PostPosted: Thu Aug 13, 2020 7:58 pm    Post subject: How to design a concrete member subjected axial tension along with bending as per IS code Reply with quote

Most of the time when I design the structure, I encounter with the problem in which the concrete member is subjected to Axial Tension along with bending moment.
How to design such a concrete member based on Crack-width criteria and Ultimate limit state criteria. Does IS codes have the provisions which mentions about axial tension in concrete along with bending?
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PostPosted: Fri Aug 14, 2020 9:53 pm    Post subject: Re: How to design a concrete member subjected axial tension along with bending as per IS code Reply with quote

Dear Er Bansal

See Chapter 18 of my RC Design book.

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nitin_bansal wrote:
Most of the time when I design the structure, I encounter with the problem in which the concrete member is subjected to Axial Tension along with bending moment.
How to design such a concrete member based on Crack-width criteria and Ultimate limit state criteria. Does IS codes have the provisions which mentions about axial tension in concrete along with bending?
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