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Verulam

Floors in existing mill buildings Mr C. P. Pountney of Edgmond, near Telford, has taken up the problem raised in January by Mr R. J. Rhodes of how to obtain integral action between steel beams and brick arch floors supported by them. He writes: Referring to Mr Rhodes' letter on strengthening existing steel joist/brick arch floors by a form of composite concrete-steel section construction, and in particular the steel section-concrete interaction, the following alternatives can be easily used and computed. Verulam