Reinforced concrete, water towers, bunkers, silos and gantries. by W. S. Gray

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Published by Concrete Publications Ltd in London .

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Previous edition: 1933.

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Open LibraryOL13794498M

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Contents: General principles of durability design of reinforced concrete structures: State of the art; Structural features of engineering installations for storage of dry materials and liquids; Analysis of bunkers and damages in reinforced concrete silos, bunkers, and reservoirs in service; Analysis of main degradation processes in concrete and reinforced concrete structures.

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