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NZ Concrete Society Conference 1987
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Wellington 1987
 
Wellington Festival & Convention Centre, Wellington
6 – 8 November 1987

Computer Technology

1       'Computerisation in a National Precasting Company'
         R E Cato

2       'Making a Commitment to the Computer Age'
         K M Ollivier

3       'Computers and the Ready Mix Industry'
         T Browne

Concrete Project

4       'Application of Concrete Technology to Enhance the Durability of the Ohaaki Cooling Tower'
         S M Bruce, J R Coad, S Freitag, A T Hinkley, G H Rowe

5       'The Design and Construction of Ohaaki Natural Draught Cooling Tower'
         G K Sidwell, I K C Dick


Concrete Design and Construction

6       'Design and Construction of an 8000 Square Metre Jointless Post Tensioned Floor Slab'
         B J Wood, I C Bond

7       'Investigation, Diagnosis and Rehabilitation of the Façade Panels of a Multi-storey Office Building'
         M J Lawson, R A Robinson

8       'Steel Framed GRC Panels'
         P L Watson, A J O’Leary

Precast Concrete Systems

9       'Fire Resistance of Prestressed Concrete'
         L G McSaveney

10     'Safety in Precast Concrete Construction'
         L Gaerty


Fibre Reinforcement

11     'Fibre Reinforced Concrete'
         D Alexander

12     'A System of Inhibiting Steel Corrosion in Concrete'
         A L Landau

13     'Investigations into the Seismic Strengthening of Unreinforced Masonry Buildings Using Fibre Reinforced Plaster'
         G H Rowe, T N Mitchell, S J Thurston          

Current Research

14     'Seismic Load Tests on Connections Between Precast Prestressed Concrete Piles and Cast in Situ Reinforced Concrete Pile Caps'
         Pam Hoat Joen, R Park

15     'Inelastic Response of Concrete Structures'
         R C Fenwick, B J Davidson

16     'Compositional Variations Between Different Silica Fumes and their Effect on Early Structure in Cement and Concrete'
         C J Munn

 

DISCLAIMER:  Please note conference papers are checked by the Conference Organising Committee for overt commercialism only, the papers have not been peer reviewed. Technical accuracy is the responsibility of the authors involved.