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Dr. Goode's paper gives some very interesting data on long-term torsional effects in reinforced concrete and particularly illustrates how 'torsion shedding' can occur in continuous structures. The comparison of strengths with those calculated from CP110 raises two points.
Dr. R.A. Swann
It must be appreciated that Building Regulations are part of a legal code, and the Public Health Act of 1936 augmented by the Public Health Act of 1961 contain the enabling and enforcing powers, scope and requirements as to approvals or rejections of proposals.
Mr. A. M. Muir Wood (Sir William Halcrow B Partners): I think I am possibly the only one here who has been concerned with each stage of this project from its rebirth, as it were, in 1959 until the date of its suspended animation in 1975. While I have been concerned with it on and off-mostly off-nevertheless, I have seen a number of changes and constant evolution.