When Was Reinforced Concrete First Used?

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Reinforced concrete was displayed in the Paris international Exhibition of 1855 as an early example. An American, T. Hyatt published his discoveries in London in 1877 concerning his experiments on beams and was among the first to appreciate the basic principles of reinforced concrete construction as we understand them today.
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