The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 70 (1992) > Issues > Issue 5 > Strand Deflection Systems in Pretensioned, Prestressed Concrete
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Strand Deflection Systems in Pretensioned, Prestressed Concrete

The pretensioning technique for the manufacture of prestressed concrete has been in successful use throughout the world since its introduction in the early 1940s. Although the fist uses of pretensioning were slightly earlier, its development into the major factory-based technique took place in the last 50 years. H.P.J. Taylor

Author(s): Taylor, H P J

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