Correspondence. Column Restraint
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Correspondence. Column Restraint

The Structural Engineer
Correspondence. Column Restraint
Date published

1st October 1933

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1st October 1933

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SIR,-Since Mr. Rodmell has been good enough to invite discussion of his admirable article dealing with the above subject published in your September issue, I would like to submit the following remarks relative to some points in his article which appear to me to be controversial.

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