Loss of Steel Stresses in Prestressed Concrete Blockwork Walls

Author: Tatsa, E;Yishai, O;Levy, M

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Loss of Steel Stresses in Prestressed Concrete Blockwork Walls

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Loss of Steel Stresses in Prestressed Concrete Blockwork Walls
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Tatsa, E;Yishai, O;Levy, M

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An experimental study of the loss of steel stresses in prestressed concrete blockwork walls is described. E. Tatsa, O. Yishai and M. Levy

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