The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 36 (1958) > Issues > Issue 9 > Modern Trends in Prestressed Concrete Pipes
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Modern Trends in Prestressed Concrete Pipes

The subject of this paper is the prestressed concrete pipe and its structural elements. Pipes of this description are used as high-pressure conduits, mainly for water supply, with a diameter range from 18 ins. to 108 ins. I. Alterman

Author(s): Alterman, I

Keywords: pipes;prestressed concrete;design