Author: Caldwell, James
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One of the most striking applications of reinforced concrete during the last few years has been in the shape of large cooling towers which are a most prominent and impressive feature in some of the power-stations recently erected or developed in this country under the general scheme of electrification of the Central Electricity Board. A.T.J. Gueritte
Major Caldwell, before summarising his paper, said: On page 74 of The Structural Engineer (Part II. of the paper) certain illustrations are given, and I want at the outset to say that these have already appeared in "Engineering," but there is no reference made to it in the text of the paper, and I should like to take this opportunity of explaining that the omission to do so was unintentional.
SiR,-In the January (1930) number of our Journal Mr. G. J. Voce, who has written a very interesting paper, has unfortunately missed the essential matter underlying the theory of uniformly varying pressure.