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Coeficiente de minoración del acero/hormigón

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00:15 Dec 18, 2002
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Tech/Engineering
Spanish term or phrase: Coeficiente de minoración del acero/hormigón
En los métodos de cálculo desarrollados en esta Instrucción y de acuerdo con lo expuesto en el Artículo 30º, la seguridad se
introduce a través de los tres coeficientes: dos de minoración de las resistencias del hormigón y del acero y otro de
ponderación de las cargas y acciones en general.
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4steel/concrete reduction coefficient
Carina Balbo
4(load) reduction factor
Parrot


  

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(load) reduction factor


Explanation:
Definition was found in Spanish: Coeficiente de minoración: factor de reducción de la sección efectiva por problemas localizados de inestabilidad. Since "coeficiente de mayoración" refers to load, see if it works.


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steel/concrete reduction coefficient


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