Symposium on Fire Test Methods - Restraint & Smoke, 1966

a symposium presented at the sixty-ninth annual meeting, American Society for Testing and Materials.
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American Society for Testing and Materials , Philadelphia
Fire testing -- Congresses., Building, Fireproof -- Congresses, Smoke -- Congr
Other titlesAmerican Society for Testing and Materials. Committee E-5 on Fire Tests of Materials and Construction
SeriesASTM special technical publication no. 422
LC ClassificationsTH1091 S9 1966
The Physical Object
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17321089M

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