This series comprises works on subjects of topical interest in the broad field of concrete technology. Written or edited by international authorities, the books should appeal to engineers, consultants, academics, students and others involved in the areas covered. This is an up-to-date review of the effects of fire on construction materials (especially concrete) and the ways in which buildings can be designed to prevent fire spread for maximum safety. Although mainly dealing with concrete, the book also considers other materials such as steel, wood, brick, plastics and gypsum. Design considerations are illustrated by worked examples where necessary and it presents design information normally only available from technical libraries.
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Concrete domes are found in a variety of situations such as chemical storage tanks, water-retaining structures, mosques, libraries and synagogues. This volume provides structural calculations and design tables for the construction of concrete […] Posted in building