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Open Discussion on Towards a European Code for Concrete - Can Concise Codes be Comprehensible and Comprehensive?

Towards a European Code for concrete' may be construed in two ways; in the somewhat restricted sense of 'towards an EEC Code' or in the wider sense of towards a combined East-West Code'. Both are worth consideration but the following discussion is concerned mainly with the restricted construction of a Community Code.