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High Aluminia Cement Concrete

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.