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  1. And the silence answered me ... ))
  2. Thank You for the reply. I am referring to Note to 9.3.1.1(1). The wording in it is little other then in 9.2.1.1(1). May be it is just the wording and the meaning is the same.
  3. In EN 1992-1-1 mentioned that for slabs which have small risk of the brittle failure, it is possible to use minimum reinforcement equal 1.2 times of required reinforcement for ULS. So the question arised.
  4. Hi What kind of beams and slabs have small risk of the brittle failure? Best regards
  5. Hi What eventually ICE said about it? Best regards
  6. Hi colleagues! I am a little confused with design of the shear reinforcement between web and flanges of T-beam. As I understood, in expression vEd=deltaFd/(hf*deltaX), deltaFd is difference in longitudinal compression force due to bending moment in the beam. So, for example, in a simple supported beam maximum shear stress should be in the middle of the beam. So the shear reinforcement should be placed in the middle of the beam. As mentioned in "Guidelines and Rules for Detailing of Reinforcement in Concrete Structures. A Compilation and Evaluation of Ambiguities in Eurocode 2" (page 139), the shear stress could be derived from design shear force vEd=VEd/(z*hf) when deltaX→0. But in such case the maximum shear stress would be on supports. So the shear reinforcement should be placed near the supports. The question: Where the shear reinforcement between web and flanges of T-beam should be placed? And why? Best regards
  7. Only one link active. Can you upload this books somewhere or send to email? nem0v@mail.ru
  8. page 103 http://www.eurocodes.fi/1997/1997-1/background/Evaluation of Eurocode 7.pdf
  9. If I understand your question correct. If internal supports designed as pinned movable. Al least one or both of the edge supports should be pinned non-movable in the plane of the section you posted. So the roof structure not slide away from wind load action.
  10. Thank You for the replay ReinisGailitis. Because You so often answer on my questions I have feeling that only You remained on this forum ))