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Large dia.(>30m) RCC circular water tanks

 
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PostPosted: Thu Jan 29, 2004 2:45 pm    Post subject: Large dia.(>30m) RCC circular water tanks Reply with quote

A general question related to the expansion joints?

If a client insists on getting a joint free structure, for any purpose, (which otherwise would have required one or more expansion joints as per the common practice) AND he is ready to pay for it, is there any lack of or restriction in, our "knowledge" of designing such structure? Or the CODES, for any logical reasons, forbid us to do this?

If the answers to above mentioned two questions are in "NO", then they answer everything on the questions of expansion joints. If not I would be obliged to hear the reasons/views of the knowledgeable friends.

Someone please do respond to this one! I've seen that people out there on this forum seems to be very SERIOUS professionals who chose NOT to speak for or against any light type (probably stupid) talks. OK, I understand that we are here on BUSINESS but then can't we  have a hearty laugh sometimes:)

With regards,

M.K.Mishra
New Delhi

[Putting in rebars, here and there, into various shapes of concrete, after learning the "tricks" of it thru, Architects", "Clients (including their distant relatives)", "Contractors" and even "Seniors"]

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