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The Stress Analysis of Continuous Frames: A Comparison of Various Methods. Discussion on Mr. E.H. Bateman's Paper

Mr. E. H. BATEMAN, introducing the paper for discussion, gave a brief synopsis of the paper illustrating his remarks by blackboard sketches. He drew particular attention to the new method of analysis for multistorey frames by remainder-distribution, which he claimed had special advantages in connection with the determination of stresses due to wind forces; in this connection he mentioned the Fifth Report of the Wind Bracing Sub-committee of the American Society of Civil Engineers (Proceedings, March, 1936) in which were recorded the times required to solve a particular problem by the methods hitherto available, namely, the moment-distribution method of Professor Hardy Cross and Dr. Goldberg’s adaptation of the slope deflection system.