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Correspondence. 'Limit Design of Beams for Two-Way Reinforced Concrete Slabs,' by R. Park, published

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Correspondence. 'Limit Design of Beams for Two-Way Reinforced Concrete Slabs,' by R. Park, published
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Mr. John M. Rolfe: ‘It is pleasing to see the use of Johansen’s yield line theory being given some publicity, since it’s power and versatility are not as widely appreciated as they deserve. However, there a few points on which I would like to comment.'

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