Strength of reinforced concrete pile caps

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Bloodworth, Alan G.; Jackson, P. A.; Lee, M. M. K.;
(2003)

Discrepancies exist in the provisions for the design of reinforced concrete pile caps with regard to shear, between the two UK codes for structural concrete design, namely BS 8110 and BS 5400. These discrepancies have arisen in the historical development of the codes, a... View more
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