Structural Steelwork Reinforced with Concrete

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Structural Steelwork Reinforced with Concrete

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Structural Steelwork Reinforced with Concrete
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Andrews, Ewart S

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In recent years structural steelwork and reinforced concrete have progressed upon somewhat parallel lines, and comparatively little has been done in combining the two methods of construction. This is probably due to the fact that the two methods of construction have been regarded as competitors, and the specialists in each of the methods have concentrated upon demonstrating the advantages of the one compared with those of the other. Ewart S. Andrews

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