Small Concrete Works Under Field Service Conditions

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Small Concrete Works Under Field Service Conditions

The Structural Engineer
Small Concrete Works Under Field Service Conditions
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Hay, J W

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Although articles published in The Structural Engineer normally deal with large scale engineering, it is thought that a brief account of certain R.C.C. work carried out during recent operations on the North West Frontier of India, may be of interest its comparative insignificance being perhaps somewhat atoned for by the fact that difficulties inherent in active service conditions give even small engineering tasks a distinctive character. J.W. Hay

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