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As I said, it doesn't really mention elongation, but it does kind of
"hint" to it in a indirect way.  ;-)  Sorry, the lawyer in me was iching
to "escape".

Scott


On Wed, 18 Apr 2001, Michael Bryson wrote:

> > ACI 318-99 actually does not really mention elongation either.
> 
> But in the commentary you quoted:
> "the larger the ratio of ultimate to yield moment, the longer the yield
> region."
> Which I interpret to mean as referring to the elongation.
> 
> 
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