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Concrete Engineers' Handbook

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Concrete Engineers' Handbook
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Publisher: McGraw-Hill
ISBN/ASIN: B000YTH4ZQ
Number of pages: 929

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This handbook has been prepared to make available in concise form the best of present day knowledge concerning concrete and reinforced concrete and to present complete data and details, as well as numerous tables and diagrams, for the design and construction of the principal types of concrete structures.

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