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Title: Neville On Concrete
Author(s): Adam Neville
Publication: Technical Documents
Appears on pages(s): 531
Abstract:This book is a compilation of 42 articles and papers published by Neville in recent years, together with specially written material at the beginning of each of the nine chapters. Once a book has been published, the space on the back cover often contains excerpts from reviews in technical literature, which is a form of peer review. In a way, this book has already been reviewed: in many cases, the original papers were peer-reviewed prior to their publication in the various journals and magazines. More importantly, after their original publication, the articles were open to written discussion and letters to the editor. These contributions, some supportive, some critical, yet others amplifying the text, are included in this work. Thus, Neville on Concrete has the benefit of the views of concrete specialists and structural designers on Neville’s views on concrete.