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Spreadsheet: Design of Concrete Sections Retaining Aqueous Liquids using BS 8007 and BS 8110

Spreadsheet: Design of Concrete Sections Retaining Aqueous Liquids using BS 8007 and BS 8110
RC8007 is an Excel 97/2000 Template for the design of concrete sections retaining aqueous liquids using BS 8007 and, where necessary, BS 8110. It has 3 parts for design on an A4 size page layout. The 1st part helps check serviceability limit state. The second part assesses ultimate moment and shear capacity to BS 8110. The 3rd part deals with the reinforcement requirements to control the spacing and width of surface cracks.
Details can be saved for up to 500 sections and retrieved later for subsequent design changes. Auto Analysis facility allows unattended design of sections and optional printing of results. 

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