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A Structural Steelwork Review. Discussion on Mr. Crabtree's Paper

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A Structural Steelwork Review. Discussion on Mr. Crabtree's Paper
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The CHAIRMAN (Mr. Ewart S. Andrews, Vice- President) said that Mr. Crabtree’s review of structural steelwork had been very extensive, and a study of it was most enjoyable. It contained a great deal of matter which was very interesting and useful, particularly to younger designers who had to deal with the moments in steel beam connections, and Mr. Crabtree had given the results of many years of experience in this work. He was a practical steelwork designer, and usually there was very good reason for taking notice of anything he said.

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