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NZ Concrete Society Conference 1989
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Wairakei 1989 - Silver Jubilee Conference
 
Wairakei
13 – 15 October 1989

Cements

1       'Imported Cements – Some Firth Industries Experiences'
         T J Browne

2       'Blended cements from a New Zealand Perspective'
         R A Kennerley

3       'Alkali Aggregate Reaction – Specification Review'
         D P Barnard

4       'The influence of Creep and Shrinkage on the Behaviour of Prestressed Concrete Beams'
         S Sritharan and R C Fenwick

Research Activities

5       'Repair and Strengthening of Reinforced Concrete Columns'
         M Rodriguez and R Park

6       'Analysis of Multi-storey Buildings'
         R C Fenwick

7       'Strut and Tie Models for Reinforced Concrete Design and Analysis'
         F Yanez, R Park and T Paulay

8       'Walls of Concrete Reservoirs'
         J A Dean and N D Vitharana


25 Years of Development

9       'A Quarter Century Young'
         M D Brice

10     'Concrete Bridges and Other Structures'
         R W Irwin

11     'Structural Concrete Developments in Buildings'
         R Park

Precast Concrete

12     'Seismic Load Tests on Connections Between Precast Concrete Elements'
         J Restrepo, R Park and A Buchanan

13     'Recent Testing of Precast Structural Components at Central Laboratories'
         G J Beattie

14     'Concrete in Commercial Buildings – the Challenge from Steel and Trends for the Future'
         L G Cormack


Concrete Briefs

15     'Soff-Cut Saw'
         Longyear New Zealand Limited

16     'A Roller Compacted Concrete Pavement at Kinleith'
         D Carter and Do Van Toan

17     'Repair of the Wahianoa Aqueduct'
         G H Rowe, A Pattle and D Maria

18     'Concrete Floor Slab Jointing'
         P A Emson and C B Lewis

19     'Movable Concrete Barriers for the Auckland Harbour Bridge'
         E P Sansom and M Leak

20     'Report on the Concrete Institute of Australia Biennial Conference'
         D P Barnard              

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note conference papers are checked by the Conference Organising Committee for overt commercialism only, the papers have not been peer reviewed.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.