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“Beam Design Functions” is an Excel spreadsheet providing a User Defined Function (UDF) that will calculate the stresses, strains, forces and moments in a reinforced or prestressed concrete section subject to any specified bending moment and axial load, using an … Continue reading
Previous posts have presented the theoretical background to finding stresses and strains in a reinforced concrete section built up of trapezoidal layers and subject to combined bending and axial loads. A spreadsheet with User Defined Functions (UDFs) and open source code … Continue reading
The simplified reinforced concrete section analysis spreadsheet presented here has been revised to allow the input of a pre-tension stress to either or both layers of reinforcement. The spreadsheet (including full open source code) can be downloaded from RC Design Functions5. Note … Continue reading
I just found the Bend-it blog, which looks like it should be worth a good look: Note 13 Oct 09: See comment below. This blog is temporarily closed whilst being reorganised, but contact the authors if interested.
Previous post The spreadsheets presented in earlier posts in this series have been simplified for use with rectangular sections with two layers of reinforcement. The functions EStress (for elastic analysis of stresses, strains and crack widths) and UMom (for the … Continue reading