T.Y. Lin, the Father of Prestressed Concrete, featured as one of Berkeley Engineering's legends

Read about T.Y. Lin (M.S.’33 CE), professor of civil engineering from 1946–76, who perfected the use of prestressed concrete and profoundly changed the history of building construction.

Often called the “Father of Prestressed Concrete,” Lin greatly simplified the design process for using the material, which quickly became integrated into high-rise buildings, long-span bridges, dams and other structures.

See T.Y. Lin: Visionary Structural Engineer (Berkeley Engineering, 7.24.18)

Published 07/24/2018