The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 38 (1960) > Issues > Issue 1 > Lightweight Fire Protection and The Structural Engineer
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Lightweight Fire Protection and The Structural Engineer

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postulates the proposition that the use of dense concrete casings for the fire protection of structural steelwork is outdated and uneconomical.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

Author(s): Mackay, A R

Keywords: lightweight;fire;protection;economics;steel;vermiculite;gypsum;plasters;concrete