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Discussion Partial Prestressing and its Suitability for Limit State Design

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Discussion Partial Prestressing and its Suitability for Limit State Design
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Mr. J. D. West: I look back rather more than twenty years when the former Eastern Region of British Railways was introducing electric traction, by the overhead system, over a number of routes.

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