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For structural safety any building code would define the minimum
(debateable).  For concrete probabilities, a text on fracture mechanics
would be a good resource.  ACI has many publications ($) concerning
aggregate size to strength comparisons, mix ratios etc.,.

     For structural in general, books or engineering journal articles on
buckling or structural stability are in your college library and city
library.

                                                            Greg
-----Original Message-----
From: rodrigo gonzalez <negrozuk(--nospam--at)usa.net>
To: seaint(--nospam--at)seaint.org <seaint(--nospam--at)seaint.org>
Date: Sunday, April 04, 1999 12:10 AM
Subject: hello2


>Hello, I'm a civil engineer student from de Universidad Técnica Federico
  >Santa María in Chile South-America. Now I'm taking a course of design of
  >concrete structures and I would be happy if you could send me some
  >information about structural safety and everything that has to do with
  >probabilities in structural desing.
  >I would be glad if you considered my petition.

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