The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 18 (1940) > Issues > Issue 3 > Strengthening of Structures
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Strengthening of Structures

IN a previous paper read last year before the South African Society of Civil Engineers; the reasons for strengthening of concrete structures were given and some such work was described. This present paper is not so pretentious as to give a complete description of every consideration necessary for the strengthening of all kinds of structures, but it wishes to be only a description of some such jobs carried out in South Africa, with a few personal comments by the author. F.F. Binswanger

Author(s): Binswanger, F F

Keywords: strengthening;columns;reinforced concrete;gunite