from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. See reinforced concrete.
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But the knowledge of the steel-concrete combination resulted in the development of reinforced concrete using large steel rods.
A 40-foot tall, 24-foot wide, 14-foot deep steel-concrete box will be dropped in to a spot where the two leaks are releasing the most oil.
Barriers of different types, including reinforced steel-concrete walls that can resist bombs, grenades and rapid fire weapons, are being erected for the first time inside the
Kasab's cell, court and the tunnel have been built with strong steel-concrete walls, strong enough to withstand bomb and bullet attacks, at an estimated cost of Rs two crore.
In steel-concrete beams or slabs subjected to bending stresses, the entire tensile stress shall he carried by the steel, which shall not be strained above the limits allowed for this material.
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