Determine the strain compatibility method, Civil Engineering

Determine the Strain Compatibility method

For estimating the ultimate strength of prestressed concrete members in flexure, 'Strain Compatibility method' may be used. For calculating the ultimate strength, code provisions are based on simplified and idealized stress blocks of concrete in compression. The Indian code method is limited to the determination of ultimate strength of  under-reinforced sections in flexure based on the effective reinforcement ratio.


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