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this is how my posting turned out:
 
From: "gregory szuladzinski" <ggg(--nospam--at)bigpond.net.au>
To: "Sseaint Org" <seaint(--nospam--at)seaint.org>
Subject: Bi-axial bending of concrete beam

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BlankWhile the book by Paulay and Park present a physically correct =
solution,
it might be a bit tedious to use. A simple initial approximation would =
be to say

r =3D MY/MY0 + MZ/MZ0

where MY and MX are the individual bending moments,
and bending capacities, separately calculated ,are in the denominators.
r is the usage factor. If r < 1, the beam is OK.

Sincerely
Gregory from Oz
 
 
CORRECTION:
That 3D at the beginning of the equation was a strange transliteration quirk.
I did not put anything like this in.