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The Strength of Steel Joists Embedded in Concrete

In this year of Grace, 1925, there is a humorous aspect to an effort to show cause why concrete, with its 2,000 years’ history of strength and endurance, should not impose itself as a dead load on that sturdy infant of construction, the steel joist, which was only born in the 188O’s, but on the contrary that its ability to contribute to the mutual support should be recognised. W. Basil Scott

Author(s): Scott, W Basil