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Correspondence. Glued Joints for Structural Concrete ' by R. Paul Johnson, published in The Structuural Engineer, October 1963

Mr. T. G. Kowalski writes:- 'The author is to be congratulated on shedding a valuable first light on the problem of creep in glued joints between precast concrete segments. Further the Institution is to be commended for accepting this paper dealing with a vital, new, structural jointing medium. I hope it will be the first in a long series on similar topics. Having been modestly connected with two specific projects, which involved structural adhesives, I should like to comment briefly.'