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1. V/S may be approximate by SectionArea/SectionPerimeter
2. V/S is used within the Eq. 4.7.6. in PCI Design Handbook 5th Edition

HTH

Bogdan Dumitrascu

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From: "Ellen" <eguarin(--nospam--at)escaengineers.com>
To: "Seaint" <seaint(--nospam--at)seaint.org>
Sent: Friday, March 14, 2003 12:57 AM
Subject: Volume to surface ratio


> List,
>
> I have two questions regarding post-tensioning..
>
> 1. How will you define volume to surface ratio for a continuous
post-tension
> flat plate?
> 2. How this affects the computation for losses?
>
>
> Ellen
>
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