Title: Reinforced-Concrete Pipe for Transmission of Water Under Pressure
Author(s): W.G. Chace
Publication: Journal Proceedings
Appears on pages(s): 67-74
As a staple reinforced-concrete pipe is made by the wet process for sewers, culverts, caissons, etc. It was introduced in America for delievery of water for irrigation and for municpal, domestic and power supply, first by suggestion of an engineer who had been favorably impressed with its characteristics.