Reinforced Concrete: Theory and Practice
by Frederick Rings
Publisher: Batsford 1910
Number of pages: 252
The author's principal object in writing this book was not to put forward any particular method of construction, but to collect in a concise form what seemed to him best of the many formulae and systems used in various countries, and to deal with the subject in such a manner as to be intelligible to average students of architecture who have not been required to devote that amount of study to the theory of construction which is demanded of the young engineer.
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