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“…Numerous research groups have been concerned with this question and developed different models, e.g. the compression field theory and their advancements [Vec86,Nak94].…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
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“…Numerous research groups have been concerned with this question and developed different models, e.g. the compression field theory and their advancements [Vec86,Nak94].…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
“…The modified compression field theory can then be applied to cases where the RC element in each divided layer is subjected to both uniform shear stress and normal stress. Using this method, it becomes possible to perform a sectional analysis 3), 4) (Vecchio et al, 1986;Nakamura et al, 1994Nakamura et al, -1995 of RC beams that have been subjected to bending moments, shear forces and axial forces.…”
Section: Analytical Model 21 Extended Modified Compression Field Theorymentioning