Author: Kemp, K O;Croll, J G A
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Kemp, K O;Croll, J G A
Emeritus Professor A. L. L. Baker (F) who from 1945-1973 was Professor of Concrete Structures and Technology at Imperial College, London, writes: The Report of the BRAC Sub-committee on high alumina cement concrete in buildings (The Structural Engineer, October 1975, p. 431 ) deals with a very complicated problem. May I comment and enquire if the following interpretation of the recommendation for calculating the ultimate resistance moment of an X-beam is correct.
We have read this paper with interest and its contents have prompted us to express the following opinion on structural analysis in general.
B.I. Maisel. G. Elliott and L.A. Clark
The duties and responsibilities associated with Building Regulations continue to stimulate what is, we are sure, a most useful and interesting discussion. Mr. F. D. Entwisle added to his succinct contribution (October 75) a further commentary stimulated by the observation of Mr. R. E. Musson and ourselves: I would like to comment on Mr. R. E. Musson's contribution and the last paragraph of your observations (October 75).