The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 13 (1935) > Issues > Issue 4 > Vibration and Pervibration in Concrete Depositing. Discussion on Mr. T.J. Gueritte's Paper
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Vibration and Pervibration in Concrete Depositing. Discussion on Mr. T.J. Gueritte's Paper

Author's Supplementary Remarks THE question of vibration is apparently exercising many minds at present, and since the time when my text was completed, further information has reached me from various quarters which enables me to add many items to the bibliography of the subject, such as was published in "Science et Industrie" of February, 1934, and to which I had referred our colleagues. This new list contains some fifty references, and is embodied as a note at the end of the discussion. It is not claimed that it is complete, but it is fairly up to date, and a good many new points have been brought out.