Plastic-glass fiber reinforcement for reinforced and prestressed concrete. Report 1, Summary of information available as of 1 July 1955 : a Corps of Engineers research and development report
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U.S. Army Engineer Waterways Experiment Station.
Technical memorandumPreface: Authority for this study is contained in eighth endorsement dated 21 April 1955 from the Office, Chief of Engineers, to a letter dated 28 July 1954 from the Engineer Research and Development Laboratories, subject, "Request for Project, 'Plastic-Glass Fiber Reinforcement for Reinforced and Prestressed Concrete.'" This report was- prepared under the supervision of Thomas B. Kennedy, Chief, Concrete Division, by Mr. Bryant Mather, Chief, Special Investigations Branch, Concrete Division, Waterways Experiment Station, assisted by Mr. R. V. Tye. The assistance of the following is greatly appreciated: Mr. Frank M. Mellinger, Director, Ohio River Division Laboratories, who made available a report prepared at his request by Professors N. M. Newark and c. P. Siess of the University of Illinois; Mr. Ray B. Crepps, Director, Testing Division, Owens-Corning Fiberglas Corporation, Newark, Ohio; Professor Norman J. Sollenberger, School of Engineering, Princeton University, Princeton, New Jersey; and Mr. Perry H. Petersen, Director, Materials Division, Research Department, U. s. Naval Civil Engineering Research and Evaluation Laboratory, Port Hueneme, California.
U.S. Army Engineer Waterways Experiment Station.Engineer Research and Development Center (U.S.)
Fiber-reinforced concrete; Glass fibers; Plastics; Prestressed concrete
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