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The Construction of Eight Prestressed Concrete Tanks

In 1950 the Ministry of Works called for competitive designs and estimates for eight prestressed concrete tanks, each tank to have a capacity of 430,000 gallons, with a maximum depth of liquid of 33 feet, giving an internal diameter of 50 ft. o in. Colonel A. Raymond Mais

Author(s): Mais, A Raymond;Little, A C

Keywords: prestressed concrete;tanks;construction work;waterproofing;design;foundations;mix design;prestressing;precast;roofs