The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 55 (1977) > Issues > Issue 7 > Discussion on GRP and buildings by A.J. Leggatt
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Discussion on GRP and buildings by A.J. Leggatt

The President: You mention in the paper that there is quite a range of strengths I think between 100-800 M N/,m2. Would you like to say something about the reasons? Is it the proportion of the glass fibres or is the size of the fibres?