The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 11 (1933) > Issues > Issue 2 > A River Wall in Reinforced Concrete Discussion on Mr. Andrew Hood's Paper
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A River Wall in Reinforced Concrete Discussion on Mr. Andrew Hood's Paper

The CHAIRMAN (Mr. Ewart S . Andrews, Vice- President) said that seldom had the work described in a paper been so well illustrated as in this case by lantern slides. He suggested that speakers in the discussion might with advantage express their views as to the manner in which one could calculate the resistance to an anchor block such as was shown in the type B construction referred to in the paper, to which anchor block the large tension rods were attached.