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Behaviour of reinforced and prestressed concrete

  • A. L. Marshall

Abstract

The sequence of the preceding chapter will be followed in this as far as possible so that durability, fatigue, impact and thermal response will be considered in turn. However, an important difference is the incorporation of the behaviour of steel. Consequently phenomena such as corrosion and bond must be included, resulting in some shift in emphasis. Differential movements too acquire fresh significance due to the conjunction of dissimilar materials. Moreover, concrete itself has to be viewed as a protective coating as well as a structural material.

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Fatigue Strength Concrete Structure Stress Range Concrete Beam Splash Zone 
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  • A. L. Marshall
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  1. 1.School of Environmental TechnologySunderland PolytechnicUK
  2. 2.Offshore Engineering UnitUK

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