The Assessment of the Actual Restraint of Pillars by Practical Construction

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The Assessment of the Actual Restraint of Pillars by Practical Construction

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The Assessment of the Actual Restraint of Pillars by Practical Construction
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The assessment suggested in these tables is an endeavour to crystallise the general ideas on which the writer has found practical designers to have worked in the past, and he has attempted to expand them on the basis of the L.C.C. Code of Practice in the hope that they will give some stimulus to discussion on the part of those designers who have to sort out the rather elaborate but necessary specification of restraints given in the Code, and award them to suitable construction. G.F. Rodmell

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