FRP Composites in Civil Engineering, Volumes 1 - 2 by Teng, Jin-Guang (Eds.)

By Teng, Jin-Guang (Eds.)

This continuing comprises the papers provided on the foreign convention on FRP Composites in Civil Engineering, held in Hong Kong, China, on 12-15 December 2001. The papers, contributed from 24 international locations, conceal a large spectrum of issues and demonstrates the hot advances within the software of FRP (Fiber-reinforced polymer) composites in civil engineering, whereas pointing to destiny instructions of analysis.

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