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The Building Research Establishment have been involved in two different types of pressure extension tests. In this paper the two groups of results have been brought together, and the effect of both on future designs of protective measures for new buildings considered. In one study the pressure field due to a central sump has been measured at many points within the fill below the floor slab. using tubes laid before the concrete floor was poured. These tests give detailed results for a smalldoi:10.1108/ss.1998.11016aab.001 fatcat:aqgnnwzdzrapneupcc6qkf776y