The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 33 (1955) > Issues > Issue 10 > Load Tests on a Three Storey Reinforced Concrete Building in Johannesburg
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Load Tests on a Three Storey Reinforced Concrete Building in Johannesburg

TESTS made on portions of a ten-year-old reinforced concretc building of normal construction during the course of its demolition are briefly described, and the more important results obtained are discussed.

Author(s): Ockleston, A J

Keywords: load tests;reinforced concrete;performance;frames;dental hospital, university of witwatersraund, johannesburg;materials;slabs