Reinforced Concrete Structures for the Retention of Water and other Fluids. Part I
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Reinforced Concrete Structures for the Retention of Water and other Fluids. Part I

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Reinforced Concrete Structures for the Retention of Water and other Fluids. Part I
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AS the design of reinforced concrete is perhaps the most indeterminate of all structural design, considerable responsibility is placed upon the Engineer, who must exercise his individual judgment in appreciating and deciding upon the data which may be adopted with safety. W. Hunter Rose

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