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RE: Aci 318-11

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	I understand it is supposed to be a way of taking credit for the prestress 
 force holding the concrete together to yield somewhat more shear capacity 
than the otherwise equivalent mild steel reinforced beam. It's been pretty 
much the same for a few Code cycles, except for the addition of lambda. 
Does that get at your question? HTH, Jim Getaz

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Subject: [SEAINT-SEAOSC] Aci 318-11

What is Eqn 11-9 supposed to be?

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