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The cyclical nature in which the design of a housing project in south London on a steeply sloping site was evolved is described.
Peter Buckthorp, Fred Butler, Peter Dunican and John Morrison
Research which included tests on 157 cores, 216 cylinders and 244 cubes is described in this paper. The authors recommend a method for equating tests on cores with cube strengths obtained under the standard conditions of manufacture and curing set out in specifications.
J.M. Plowman, W.F. Smith and T. Sherriff
I was very interested to read the report of the discussion on this subject, and in particular, the reference made to the Forth Road Bridge, since I was deputy resident engineer on that project.
Mr. Bobrowski: Since the speed with which grandstands have to be built is such that it was virtually impossible to obtain up-to-date photographs of Sandown Park and Calgary
before publication of the paper it should be useful to supplement the discussion with the following figures:
The action of winds on the rough surfaces of cooling towers is often not taken into account. However, disregard of this factor when designing cooling towers can result in their unsatisfactory behaviour.
Max A.M. Herzog