Wood–Armer method

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The Wood–Armer method is a structural analysis method based on finite element analysis used to design the reinforcement for concrete slabs.[1] This method provides simple equations to design a concrete slab based on the output from a finite element analysis software.

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  1. ^ Wood, R. H. (1968). "The Reinforcement of Slabs in Accordance with a Pre-Determined Field of Moments, Concrete, V. 2, No. 2,". p. pp. 69-76.