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A Study of the Views of Monsieur Freyssinet Designer and Constructor of the Ferro-Concrete Viaduct at Elorn-Plugastel (Spans of 590 ft.), Concerning Ferro-Concrete Bridges of Much Greater Spans

An interesting communication was made by M. Freyssinet before the Members of the Societe des Ingenieurs Civils de France in Paris, July llth, 1930, on some aspects of the design and construction of the important reinforced concrete bridge built over the river Elorn, near Plougastel, in French Brittany. T.J. Gueritte