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Cements with Controlled Expansions and their Applications to Pre-stressed Concrete. Discussion on M.

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Cements with Controlled Expansions and their Applications to Pre-stressed Concrete. Discussion on M.
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A Joint Meeting with the British Section of the Societe des Ingenieurs Civils de France was held at 11 Upper Belgrave Street, London, S.W.l, on Thursday, 30th May, 1946. The Chair was taken by Mr. Conrad Gribble, and he was supported by the President of the Institution,Professor H. J. Collins.

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