Glued Joints for Structural Concrete. Discussion on the paper by R. Paul Johnson MA AMlStructE AMICE
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Glued Joints for Structural Concrete. Discussion on the paper by R. Paul Johnson MA AMlStructE AMICE

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Glued Joints for Structural Concrete. Discussion on the paper by R. Paul Johnson MA AMlStructE AMICE
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Mr. S. B. Tietz (Associate-Member) referred to some tests carried out on polyester resins, not unfortunately under conditions as well controlled as in Mr. Johnson's tests, nor numerous enough in some cases to draw any final conclusions. On the other hand he considered that they were indicative.

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