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The Practical Use of Modern Pillar Formulae

0N pages 355 to 363 in the August Number of The Structural Engineer was published a short article "On a new method for the practical use of Modern Pillar Formulae." The suggested method involved the use of two Tables of constants, Tables Nos. 1 and 2, which were given on pages 357 and 359, respectively. For the sake of brevity these Tables were calculated for ratios of l/g at intervals of 5 together with the differences to enable the intermediate values to be determined. W. Cyril Cocking

Author(s): Cocking, W Cyril

Keywords: columns;design;diagrams;steel