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Table 4.2 — Minimum cover requirements for normal weight concrete 61

Table 4.3 — Nominal values of ecu

(rectangular sections) 64

Table 4.4 — Criteria for satisfying multi-axial conditions in tendons 70

Table 4.5 — Indication of relationship between relaxation losses and time up to 1 000 hours 71

Table 4.6 — Minimum number of bars, wires and tendons in the pre-compressed tensile zone of isolated members 72

Table 4.7 — Factor "b to be taken for transmission length of prestressing strands and wires (smooth or indented) in relation to concrete strength at the moment of transfer 76

Table 4.8 — Values for rRd (N/mm2) with Yc = 15 for different concrete strengths 83

Table 4.9 — Moment coefficient n for

Equation (4.59) 99

Table 4.10 — Criteria for prestressed members 115

Table 4.11 — Maximum bar diameters for high bond bars 117

Table 4.12 — Maximum bar spacings for high bond bars 117

Table 4.13 — Spacing of stirrups in beams for crack control 118

Table 4.14 — Basic ratios of span/effective depth for reinforced concrete members without axial compression 123

Table 5.1 — Minimum diameters of mandrels 125

Table 5.2 — Minimum diameters of mandrels for welded bent reinforcement 125

for good bond conditions

(these values incorporate a Yc value equal to 1.5) 126

Table 5.4 — Recommended lap lengths in the transverse direction 132

Table 5.5 — Minimum values for pw 140

Table 7.1 — Objects of production and construction control 156

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