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Composite Columns with Lightweight Concrete Casings

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Composite Columns with Lightweight Concrete Casings
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Methods are now available for the design of composite columns with concrete casings of normal density aggregates for the design of both bridges and buildings. Here the counterparts of these methods are given for casings of lightweight aggregate concretes. The full report describing their derivation is held in the Institution’s library under reference X70. D.G.E. Smith

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