Edwin Trout

Edwin Trout
The Concrete Society

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The Cement and Concrete Association testing laboratories were founded in Britain in 1951. Their first manager, Peter Morice, was inspired by the work of ISMES and began to undertake model tests on a variety of reinforced‐concrete structures including many bridges and thin‐shell structures. As well as several hyperbolic‐paraboloid shells, the labora...
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This paper assesses the British cement industry's intervention in just one aspect of the UK's preparations for war, one that combined commercial self-interest with an impressive contribution to the collective war effort. Founded in 1935 the Cement & Concrete Association was quick to identify air raid protection as a matter of national importance in...
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ICT Yearbook cover the papers presented at 44th ICT Convention and other papers.
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Concrete is a highly adaptable material and capable of considerable variation, development and innovation, as can be seen from the pages of journals such as the Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers – Construction Materials. This briefing paper describes the 43rd Convention of the Institute of Concrete Technology, which took place on 26...
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This briefing paper describes the second Young Researchers’ Forum in Construction Materials, which took place on 19 February 2014. The event provided an opportunity for young researchers to meet and communicate, and showcased the variety and diversity of current research into construction materials and materials technology – ranging from the mainst...
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This is the second of a two-part paper examines the foundation, the research work, the key personalities and the published output of the Deutscher Ausschuβ für Eisenbeton - the German Committee for Reinforced Concrete - reflecting its changing relationship with the rapidly changing and expanding German concrete industry during the first half of the...
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This two-part paper examines the foundation, the research work and the published output of the Deutscher Ausschuß für Eisenbeton - the German Committee for Reinforced Concrete - reflecting its relationship with the expanding and changing use of concrete in Germany during the first half of the twentieth century. It aims to bring to the attention of...
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The Institute of Concrete Technology was formed in 1972 from the Association of Concrete Technologists. Full membership is open to all those who have obtained the Diploma in Advanced Concrete Technology. However, there are various grades of membership from student upwards that are aligned with a candidate's experience and competency. This graded in...
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The changing market trends of the cement industry since the second world war is discussed. The production of cement and concrete was rapidly expanding in the 1966 due to the huge growth in the construction industry. The demand of housing, the motorways program, major investment in water supply industry, industrialization of agriculture and a trend...
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Concrete & Constructional Engineering (C&CE) was issued by Conrete Publications Ltd (CPL), is a pioneer in the promotion of concrete. The new journal incorporated both C&CE and Structural Concrete, the journal of the Reinforced Concrete Association, itself being incorporated into The Conrete Society. The first CONCRETE produced by The Society was t...
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The Cement and Concrete Association (C&CA) was established in the year 1935 to provide British cement companies with a central organization to develop the market for concrete as a construction material. The C&CA activities includes advocacy, information, advice, training, research, and publishing. Films along with photographs, slides, and eventuall...

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