Author: Hendry, A W
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Hendry, A W
This paper describes the early developments on prestressed concrete carried out under field conditions at Thatched Barn for the Ministry of Works. The work covers the development of special equipment and the casting and testing of structural components prestressed by both the bonded and end-anchored systems. O.J. Masterman
MR. J. E. SWINDLEHURST, M.A., M.I.C.E., M.I.Struct.E., who takes office this month as President of the Institution of Structural Engineers for the Session 1950-1951, has spent the greater part of his professional life in the municipal service, and since 1924 has been Engineer and Surveyor to the Borough of Hampstead. He is the first President of the Institution to have specialised in this branch of engineering, and he will bring to the direction of its affairs the administrative qualities and executive ability which are such necessary characteristics of the Borough Engineer.