Author: Davies, Hugh
1st March 1933
First published: 1st March 1933
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Sir,-with reference to Mr. Drury’s paper of the January issue of the Journal, I cannot
see on what basis Mr. Drury assumes 7 1/2 tons per sq. in. as total available stresses in a pillar which has a direct stress and bending stresses.
The PRESIDENT proposed a hearty vote of thanks to Mr. Drury for his paper and for the very great care with which he had prepared it.
Although refrigeration is a comparatively new science it has made enormous strides in
the last quarter of a century, and is rapidly becoming an indispensable factor in the life of civilised communities.
Edgar A. Griffiths