American Concrete Institute (ACI) Structural Journal 701 | 2020 (117-S81)
Phillip Quach, P.Eng

Modern infrastructure often incorporates very thick reinforced concrete members that are critical elements in the load-carrying system of the structure. Transfer slabs, footings, and mat foundations in high-rise construction are examples of such members. As building heights increase, demands on these members generally become greater, resulting in larger member depths.

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