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Avh = area of reinforcement crossing the interface within a distance s bv = width of the interface dv = effective shear depth fc' = specified compressive strength of concrete at 28 days, unless another age is specified fy = specified yield strength of reinforcement Icr =  moment of inertia of the cracked section transformed to concrete L = girder span length P = failure load Q = first moment of area of portion above or below level under consideration with respect to neutral axis of section s = stirrup longitudinal spacing Vn = nominal shear force at section vnh = nominal interface shear stress capacity Vnh = nominal horizontal shear force at section Vu = factored shear force at section vuh = factored interface shear stress x = girder segment length = coefficient of friction

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