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Title: Why Steel Reinforcement Is Needed In Concrete Slabs
Author(s): Roy H. Reiterman
Publication: Concrete International
Appears on pages(s): 75-76
Abstract:People are being misinformed about steel reinforcement in concrete structures. Over the last five years or more, there has been a considerable amount of advertising in the varioius concrete industry trade magazines alluding to the placing of concrete without steel reinforcement.
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