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Joint Research on the Vibration of Concrete

The Structural Engineer
Joint Research on the Vibration of Concrete
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In November, 1935, at the invitation of the Institution of Civil Engineers a Joint Subcommittee of that Institution and the Institution of Structural Engineers was formed under the chairmanship of Mr. R.H.H. Stanger, to study the effect of vibration on concrete.

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