The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 27 (1949) > Issues > Issue 4 > The Structural Use of Normal Reinforced Concrete in Buildings
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The Structural Use of Normal Reinforced Concrete in Buildings

The Codes of Practice Committee which was established in December, 1942, as the result of negotiations initiated by the Ministry of Works in consultation with the Ministry of Health and other Government Departments handed over to the Institution of Structural Engineers the preparation of some of the contemplated Codes, particularly those that related to the Engineering in Buildings. Perhaps one of the more important, of these was the Code for Reinforced Concrete. Oscar Faber

Author(s): Faber, Oscar

Keywords: reinforced concrete;codes of practice;cp114;design;introductions;comparing