Effective Depth of Beam with Example Solved

Effective Depth of Beam with Example Solved

The effective depth of beam. Effective depth of beam can defined as the " distance from the extreme compression zone to the centroid of the tensile steel" Effective depth is usually smaller than the actual depth, and effective depth is used in the design of beams. In this video we also solved one example on effective depth.

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