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Government Offices, Horseferry Road, London SWl. Discussion on the paper by H. E. Mills CEng AMlStru

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Government Offices, Horseferry Road, London SWl. Discussion on the paper by H. E. Mills CEng AMlStru
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Mr. G. Somerville (Cement and Concrete Association): ' On page 340 of his paper, Mr. Mills refers briefly to tests that were carried out by the C & CA on behalf of the Ministry of Public Building and works on the joint detail of Fig 5 the simple dowel column-column connection. I would like to give a brief outline of this test programme (more than 50 specimens have been tested to date) and of the most significant results so far. '

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