Structural Engineering

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Properties of Materials 2C
Lecture 1

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Course of Study: Properties of Materials 2C
Name of Designated Person undertaking scanning: Dr AJ Crewe
Titles: The Internal Structure of Concrete, The Response of Concrete to Loading
Name of Author: William Cousins
Name of Publisher: Civil Engineering Technology April 1984

Concrete will be covered in week 1-6
running in parallel with the metals
2 hour
3 questions from 4 on metals
1 from 1 on concrete
Concrete questions all essay type