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The Steel Construction Institute is producing its first CD-ROM in a project funded by the Department of the Environment and British Steel.The SCI project is part of industry-wide moves towards storage of information on readable compact disks which interface with personal computers.CD-ROM disks can hold over 600 Megabytes of information, which is equivalent to more than 20,000 pages of A4 text or more than 500 standard computer disks. To interface with a standard PC, a separate CD drive ...

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