3 edition of Supporting strength of concrete-incased clay pipe found in the catalog.
Supporting strength of concrete-incased clay pipe
W. J. Schlick
|Statement||by W. J. Schlick.|
|Series||Bulletin 93, Engineering Experiment Station|
|LC Classifications||TA447 .S34|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||64|
|LC Control Number||29027395|
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Get this from a library. Supporting strength of concrete-incased clay pipe, determined from tests with commercial vitrified salt-glazed clay pipe.
[W J Schlick]. Supporting strength of concrete-incased clay pipe, determined from tests with commercial vitrified salt-glazed clay pipe  Schlick, William Japhia, Ames, Ia., Iowa State College, Use walls of trench to form side walls of duct bank where soil is self-supporting and concrete envelope can be poured without soil inclusions; otherwise, use forms.
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