Reinforced Concrete Columns

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Reinforced Concrete Columns

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Reinforced Concrete Columns
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Godfrey, Edward

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THE columns of a building are of greater importance than any other parts of the construction. At first blush, it may strike one that all parts of a building are equally important; but there is a double, or, in fact, a triple duty on the columns of a building, and hence the stability and integrity of a structure depends in a larger degree on the columns than on any other elements of a structure. Edward Godfrey

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