Correspondence Notes on a Failure; Wood-wooI Slabs used as Permanent Formwork by T.R. Hall
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Correspondence Notes on a Failure; Wood-wooI Slabs used as Permanent Formwork by T.R. Hall


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Correspondence Notes on a Failure; Wood-wooI Slabs used as Permanent Formwork by T.R. Hall
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In the January issue of The Structural Engineer, p. 28, there was a report on the damage to a 7-storey office block in Belfast caused by a bomb attack. This report has been interpreted by some engineers as an indictment against permanent wood-wool formwork, which is unfortunate.

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