Author: Butler, D B
1st September 1923
First published: 1st September 1923
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Butler, D B
PART VI. Continued.
As early as 1902 the present writer had realised that there was a scope for an Institution of Structural Engineers, which, under the aegis of the Institution of Civil
Engineers, would do for specialised structural work, what the Institution of Mechanical
Engineers, and the Institution of Electrical Engineers had done in their respective spheres.
E. Fiander Etchells
Let C = the number of parts by weight of Dry Portland Cement.
S = the number of parts by weight of dry sand.
C = the percentage of water by weight required by the Portland cement.
S = the percentage of water by weight required to damp the sand.
W = the percentage of water by weight required by the combined weights of Portland cement and sand.
This number of the Journal marks a new era in the history of the Institution. First
of all, it bears for the first time the new title of the Institution; and secondly the size, and, it is intended, the matter included, are both enlarged.