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National Emergency Specifications for the Design of Reinforced Concrete Buildings U.S.

National Emergency Specifications for the Design of Reinforced Concrete Buildings

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General requirements and working stresses -- Design, general considerations -- Flexural computations -- Shear and diagonal tension -- Bond and anchorage -- Flat slabs, with square or rectangular panels -- Reinforced concrete columns and walls --MoreGeneral requirements and working stresses -- Design, general considerations -- Flexural computations -- Shear and diagonal tension -- Bond and anchorage -- Flat slabs, with square or rectangular panels -- Reinforced concrete columns and walls -- Footings.Summary Reinforced concrete designs and details shall be so selected as to use a minimum amount of steel reinforcement. To accomplish this, the design shall embody a maximum of symmetry and simplicity of lay-out and a minimum of ornamentation and shall comply with the requirements of the Directive for War-Time Construction, dated May 20, 1942, and the List of Prohibited Items for Construction Work of the Army-Navy Munitions Board, dated June 29, 1942, as amended... Wherever prestressed reinforced concrete construction can be used to advantage with resulting savings in steel, it shall be adopted.-