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  Topic: query/frm-saripalli surya narayana

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PostForum: Past Discussions Year 2003   Posted: Thu Dec 25, 2003 6:06 am   Subject: query/frm-saripalli surya narayana
Dear Mr. Surya,

I would suggest that you go in for a thin non load bearing ferro cement slab
for the above purpose. They can be as thin as 4 to 6 cm and can be
supported on tie beams at the sill l ...
  Topic: Workshop On Concrete Technlogy - Arranged By HCC.

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Views: 7377

PostForum: Past Discussions Year 2003   Posted: Mon Nov 10, 2003 3:47 am   Subject: Workshop On Concrete Technlogy - Arranged By HCC.
Dear Mr. Abayankar,

Please inform the venue at which the training programme is proposed to be

Thanks and Regards,
G. Ajith Kumar

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  Topic: Const. of load bearing walls on F.Floor

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Views: 6313

PostForum: Past Discussions Year 2003   Posted: Tue Jul 08, 2003 3:47 pm   Subject: Const. of load bearing walls on F.Floor
Dear Mr. Ravinder,

This will defiinitely serve the purpose of taking load but the disadvantage
will be that if there are any door openings the beam will obstruct that. In
such a case, it would be ...
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