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Wontae,

No, it is not in BS8110, or any other code outside ACI that I know of.

At 06:51 AM 1/12/2006, you wrote:
Hi!

Isn't  shear friction theory adopted in BS (British Standard)?
I have some concrete textbooks published in British territories, which don't explain this concept.

Thanks!


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