European Concrete Committee Report on meeting at Ankara, September 1964

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European Concrete Committee Report on meeting at Ankara, September 1964

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European Concrete Committee Report on meeting at Ankara, September 1964
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Baker, A L L

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Professor A.L.L. Baker, who represents the Institution of Structural Engineers, Institution of Civil Engineers, Reinforced Concrete Association and Cement and Concrete Association on the European Concrete Committee (CEB), reports on a meeting of the Committee held in Ankara last September. A.L.L. Baker

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