The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 41 (1963) > Issues > Issue 12 > Short end blocks for prestressed beams Discussion on the paper by J. H. Rydzewski and F. F. Whitbre
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Short end blocks for prestressed beams Discussion on the paper by J. H. Rydzewski and F. F. Whitbread and End block stresses in post-tensioned concrete beams Discussion on the paper by R. E. Rowe

Mr. J. R. Lowe (Member) said there was a great deal of useful information in the two papers and that he intended to confine his remarks mainly to the engineering applications, rather than to the research work described. He showed illustrations of the Hobart Bridge, which had been the initial cause of the paper by Dr. Rydzewski and Mr. Whitbread (who at the commencement of the work had been in the employment of Mr. Lowe’s firm, E. W. H. Gifford and Partners).