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RC section at ULS

RC section at ULS

RC section at ULS

(OP)
Hi
how can I determinate the interaction diagrams of a generic rc section under N,Mx,My?
Thanks
Nicola - Italy

RE: RC section at ULS

For bi-axial bending you will need to assess the moments in each direction (both x-x & y-y) and design for single axis bending but with an increased moment.  This will allow you to then construct your MN interaction diagram.

You concrete design code should outline a procedure for this.  the place to look is under biaxial bending of columns. It is too protracted to type out the procedure here.

Andy Machon

 
 

RE: RC section at ULS

(OP)
Have you some file wich describes the procedure?
Thanks
Nicola

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