The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 30 (1952) > Issues > Issue 3 > Faults in Concrete Structures
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Faults in Concrete Structures

An examination of a number of reinforced concrete structures erected during the past 50 years indicates that, while normal practice in design provides an adequate reserve of strength and sufficient durability within a building, there is reason to think that some modifications of these standards are desirable where the structure as a whole, or in part, is exposed to the weather. P.G. Bowie

Author(s): Bowie, P G

Keywords: reinforced concrete;corrosion;durability;reviews