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Some recent works in reinforced concrete

So much has already been said concerning the subject of reinforced concrete that I think it is possible to assume that the general principles and advantages of this comparatively new material are now well known. The object of this paper is to describe a few of the numerous works recently executed in reinforced concrete, and to bring out some of the more interesting features of each particular case and to show how various difficulties have been overcome. G C Workman

Keywords: Reinforced concrete