Author: Evans, R H
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Evans, R H
SIR,-It is rather late in the day to draw your attention to the article on "Structural Engineering in South Africa" which appeared in the Royal Charter issue of the journal last January, but I have waited until I could send the enclosed photographs.
The PRESIDENT (Dr. Oscar Faber, O.B.E., M.Inst.C.E.), proposed a hearty vote of thanks to the authors for their paper, and complimented them upon the admirable way in which it had been presented. It was obvious, he said, that the authors were experienced in delivering lectures on subjects of that kind; otherwise they could not have presented the paper so well as they had done.
THE physical properties of concrete depend primarily upon the cementing material and aggregates of which it is composed. The methods and operations used in the making of concrete are vital factors in the production of conditions affecting the density, strength and permanence of the concrete mass. This paper has for its object the following:- H.W. Coultas