GENESYS as Applied to Detailed Design of Reinforced Concrete Structures
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GENESYS as Applied to Detailed Design of Reinforced Concrete Structures


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GENESYS as Applied to Detailed Design of Reinforced Concrete Structures
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This paper describes the latest GENESYS developments in the field of reinforced concrete design and detail. In 1974, with the advent of a new design Code of practice, work commenced on rewriting the existing CP l14 'RC-BUILDING l' programs. The programs subsequently developed are now known as the GENESYS 'CP ll0 SUITE OF PROGRAMS'. Anthony Craddock

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