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This guide provides recommendations for determining proportions and details of monolithic reinforced and post-tensioned concrete slab-column connections.

Included are recommendations regarding appropriate uses of slab-column connections in structures resisting gravity and lateral forces; procedures for determination of connection load-carrying capacity; and reinforcement details to achieve adequate strength, ductility, and structural integrity. Recommendations are based on a review of the literature for ultimate and serviceability limit states. A commentary is provided to clarify the recommendations and identify reference material. Design recommendations are set in standard type. Commentary is set in italics.
 

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  1. ACI 352.1R-11

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    Guide for Design of Slab-Column Connections in Monolithic Reinforced Concrete Structures

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  2. ACI 352.1R-89 (R1997)


    Recommendations for Design of Slab-Column Connections in Monolithic Reinforced Concrete Structures

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