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post tensioned concrete frames

post tensioned concrete frames

post tensioned concrete frames

I am an english HND building student.My college library is not very good, and I need fairly basic information, diagrams about post-tensioned concrete frames, relevant to a 12-storey hotel structure. Are there any good libraries that would let me in, that don't cost the earth to join? Can anyone reccommend helpful websites? Thanks, folks!

RE: post tensioned concrete frames


try the US-based Post-Tensioning Institute (PTI) at www.post-tensioning.org

or call VSL in the UK (you said you were english) and get a copy of VSL brochure "Post-Tensioning in Buildings" a publication that goes into detail on PT alternatives, bonded, unbonded PT, slabs, frames etc etc.



Mark Geoghegan
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