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Reinforce concrete column under biaxial bending

by mohamadh95
Tags: bending, biaxial, column, concrete, reinforce
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mohamadh95
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May9-14, 03:00 AM
P: 38
I've made a program with Mathematica that will compute the load along with the moments sustained by a concrete column given the stress block area and orientation(in other word the neutral axis center location and the angle it makes with the horizontal). However I am facing an issue with setting the upper limit for the distance of the neutral axis to the top left corner as shown in the attached picture. I would like if anyone could help me.
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paisiello2
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May10-14, 12:34 PM
P: 558
Are you breaking the section down into layers?
pongo38
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May10-14, 05:21 PM
P: 696
Please clarify your question.


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