The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 66 (1988) > Issues > Issue 8 > Discussion on the Emergence of Reinforced Concrete, 1750 - 1910 by Professor John. W. de Courcy
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Discussion on the Emergence of Reinforced Concrete, 1750 - 1910 by Professor John. W. de Courcy

Mr A. C. Smith (Bartlett School of Architecture): To what extent were the developments about which you have spoken, in terms of the patents and specifications, dependent or consequent on developments in the means of producing and handling the materials-developments in the cement mixer, for instance, and in the manufacture of iron bars and the like?