Excerpt from Reinforced Concrete
IN the following pages the author has endeavoured to place before engineers, architects and others a complete treatment of the subject of reinforced concrete in so far as is possible at the present day. It is hoped that the book, which is believed to be the first of the kind to appear in the English language, will be found useful by the many engineers and architects who already take an interest in this form of construction, and who wish to investigate it, and that it may also be the means of bringing to the notice of others a material whose usefulness and economy in suitable cases are beyond dispute.
All the subject matter has been so arranged as to facilitate reference as much as possible. The several systems used up to the present have been placed in alphabetical order, so that any particular one may be readily found when desired.
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