Lightweight Fire Protection and The Structural Engineer

Author: Mackay, A R

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Lightweight Fire Protection and The Structural Engineer

The Structural Engineer
Lightweight Fire Protection and The Structural Engineer
Date published

N/A

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Mackay, A R

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Members/Subscribers: Free

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The paper postulates the proposition that the use of dense concrete casings for the fire protection of structural steelwork is outdated and uneconomical. A. R. Mackay

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The Institution of Structural Engineers

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