By C.E. Reynolds, J. Steedman
The recent version of this classical reference has been thoroughly up-to-date to conform with the necessities of BS 8110. This useful layout advisor gains two hundred complete pages of tables and charts encompassing all elements of structural research and bolstered concrete layout.
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A slab can be considered as fixed along an edge if there is no change in the slope of the slab at the support irrespective of the incidence of the load. This condition is assured if the polar moment of inertia of the beam or other support is very large. Continuity over a support generally implies a condition of restraint less rigid than fixity; that is, the slope of the slab at the support depends upon the load not only on the panel under consideration but on adjacent panels. Structural analysis With solutions of the first type, a collapse mechanism is first postulated.
Where the depth of a beam varies considerably, neglect of the variation of moment of inertia when calculating the bending moments leads to results that differ widely from the probable bending moments. 2. 2 Coefficients for bending moments and shearing forces for equal spans For beams continuous over a number of equal spans, calculation of the maximum bending moments from basic formulae is unnecessary since the moments and shearing forces can be tabulated. For example, in Tables 33 and 34 the values of the bending-moment coefficients are given for the middle of each span and at each support for two, three, four and five continuous equal spans carrying identical loads on each span, which is the usual disposition of the dead load on a beam.
On this and similar charts, concentrated loads may be considered by Southwell's relaxation method. ) If deflections due to combinations concrete designer's 'tool-kit'. For less complex problems, it of load are required they can be estimated simply by may be both cheaper and quicker to use such methods if summing the deflection obtained for each load individually. immediate and continued access to a computer is not 1 Since the values of maximum deflection given by the charts usually occur at different points for each individual load, the resulting summation will slightly exceed the true maximum deflection of the combined loading.