Reinforced Concrete Section Analysis – 3

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The theory presented in the previous 2 posts in this series has been incorporated into an Excel UDF, allowing concrete and reinforcement stresses and strains to be evaluated quickly and easily for reinforced and prestressed members of complex cross-section, subject to combined bending and axial load.

The Excel file also includes UDFs for solution of polynomial equations up to quartic, and routines for plotting the cross section shape.

Beam Design Functions Download

Circular cross section

Super-T pretensioned bridge girder

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8 Responses to Reinforced Concrete Section Analysis – 3

  1. dougaj4 says:

    New version uploaded 31 MAy 2008. Plot routine amended to work with Excel 2000 to 2003.

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  2. dougaj4 says:

    New version uploaded 5th June 2008:

    A reference to PerfMonitor.dll was causing problems on machines that did not have this installed.

    The reference has been removed, and a startup routine added to check that all remaining referenced dlls are present.

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