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- From: "G. Bunkers" <bunkers(--nospam--at)pro-ns.net>
- Date: Fri, 31 Jan 2003 10:19:14 -0600
Yesterday Mr. Hempstad spoke as follows:
"....the heat input would expand the reinforcement
more than the core, resulting in (very small) net tension on the
reinforcement and compression on the core."
I believe this statement is incorrect. The reinforcement
would be in compression and the core would be in tension.
Not trying to be picky here but thought I would try to help
out Mr. Carter seeing as he is staying up nights now.
Gary Bunkers P.E.
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