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MR. A. H. EDWARDS, M.I.Struct.E., proposed a vote of thanks to Mr. Bylander for a most interesting paper. He desired to ask him a question about his proposal to put the conduit pipes for electric current in the solid concrete floor. Was there not some danger of the pipes perishing and also a difficulty in getting at them for the purposes of repair?
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Struts as usually employed in practice have their ends neither "fixed" nor “hinged” to the degree of perfection assumed in the simpler strut formulae and theories, at present existing.