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Only during the initial 14 months were the columns and walls subject to ambient temperature changes. After that the building was enclosed and heated in winte~ thus, the subsequent temperature fluctuations were insignificant. Nn temperature corrections were made in the readings. The results of the field investigation are presented in Table 7, reproduced in abbreviated form from Reference 15. The table lists the physical properties of the columns and walls, such as crnss-secti onal areas and ratios of reinforcement.

December 1969, pages 957-967. 15, Fintel. M.. and Khan. F. R.. , 1971, pages 159-185. , Phman, London, 1981, 779 pages. , 1971, pages 35-45. 18. Troxell, G. ; and Davis, R. , “Long-Time Creep and Shrinkage Tests of Plain and Reinforced Concrete,” Proceedings ASTM, Vol. 58, 1958, pages 1101-1120. 19, Disch]nger, F,, Der Bauingenieur, Berlin, October . ----. . 193 t and uecemr)er 1Y3Y 20. ; Dilger, W,; and Neville, A. M,, “TlmeDependent Forces Induced by Settlement of Supports in Continuous Reinforced Concrete Beams,” A CI Journal, Proceedings, Vol.

ABSTRACT A computerized procedure for prediction of elastic and inelastic column length changes in tall buildings has been developed. The procedure, appli- cable to concrete and composite structures, is presented and illustrated through practical examples. Idealizations of the elastic behavior, shrinkage, and creep of concrete that were used in the computerized procedure are discussed. The proposed procedure is verified against laboratory test results as well as against field observations. Differential 1 1 column length changes computed through the proposed analytical procedure can and should be compensated for during construction.

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