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pinkal_1809
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PostPosted: Thu Nov 09, 2006 7:13 am    Post subject: axial shortening of column Reply with quote

Dear SEFIans
Wish you very happy day!
my self pinkal gandhi i am a student of  me (structure) in ddit collage
for my thesis  work I need your help regarding construction stage
analysis of building also i need to code of aci (effacts of axial shortening of columns on design and construction of tall reinforced concrete building)
Please provide me name of the book, author and publisher related to
construction stage analysis.
Any paper dealing to above mentioned topic, journalās name and
month/year of publications.
Kindly send me any material/literature you are having.
With warm regards
pinkal gandhi

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PostPosted: Fri Nov 10, 2006 7:36 am    Post subject: axial shortening of column Reply with quote

Dear Mr.Gandhi,

You may refer to Taranath, B.S., Steel concrete and composite design of tall buildings, 2nd edition, McGraw-Hill, NY,1998. He has given some methods to calculate the elastic shortening of coulumns in the last chapter. Hope it also has a few references(at present I do not have a copy of the book).

Subramanian

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Dear SEFIans
Wish you very happy day!
my self pinkal gandhi i am a student of  me (structure) in ddit
collage
for my thesis  work I need your help regarding construction stage
analysis of building also i need to code of aci (effacts of axial
shortening of columns on design and construction of tall reinforced concrete
building)
Please provide me name of the book, author and publisher related to
construction stage analysis.
Any paper dealing to above mentioned topic, journalās name and
month/year of publications.
Kindly send me any material/literature you are having.
With warm regards
pinkal gandhi

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