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Alberto Guida wrote:
Yes, Bill. The columns have now the lift weight and more seismic load. They need now, with the same section, 2% of steel and they have only 1%.
Alberto Guida
So we're talking longitudinal steel? That's going to be tough. I was thinking "confinement", sorry for my mistake.
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