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Design of bending for a prestressed T-section.

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Hello all, help me please. I want to check the bending resistance at uls for a T shaped prestressed concrete beam using Eurocode 2, but I can't find anything explicit.

bw=98 cm

b=20 cm

h=90 cm

hf=10 cm

P.S. Sorry for my English.

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Hello bobeico and welcome to the forum!

Here are some free publications that might help you:

Prestressed Concrete - Dr Colin Caprani.

Eurocode 2 Worked Examples - European Concrete Platform.

...and here are some non-free:

Reinforced Concrete Design to Eurocode 2 - Bill Mosley, John Bungey & Ray Hulse.

Prestressed Concrete Design to Eurocodes - Prab Bhatt.

Concise Eurocode 2 for Bridges - The Concrete Center.

You can also find some free versions of the above books if you search through the web! ;)

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On 02.05.2012 at 9:29 PM, mathias said:

Hello bobeico and welcome to the forum!

Here are some free publications that might help you:

Prestressed Concrete - Dr Colin Caprani.

Eurocode 2 Worked Examples - European Concrete Platform.

...and here are some non-free:

Reinforced Concrete Design to Eurocode 2 - Bill Mosley, John Bungey & Ray Hulse.

Prestressed Concrete Design to Eurocodes - Prab Bhatt.

Concise Eurocode 2 for Bridges - The Concrete Center.

You can also find some free versions of the above books if you search through the web! ;)


Only one link active. Can you upload this books somewhere or send to email? nem0v@mail.ru

 

 

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