BS5337 (1976): the Code of Practice for Liquid Retaining Structures

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BS5337 (1976): the Code of Practice for Liquid Retaining Structures

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BS5337 (1976): the Code of Practice for Liquid Retaining Structures
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The main changes incorporated in the recent revision of the Code of Practice for Liquid Retaining Structures, BS 5337 (1976) are discussed, together with the reasons for these changes as compared with the previous Code CP published in 1960. A.W. Hill

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