Nomograms for the Design of Reinforced Concrete Beams By W. G. Sutton and J. R. Kerrich. Discussion
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Nomograms for the Design of Reinforced Concrete Beams By W. G. Sutton and J. R. Kerrich. Discussion

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Nomograms for the Design of Reinforced Concrete Beams By W. G. Sutton and J. R. Kerrich. Discussion
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IT is to be hoped that the article contributed by Messrs. Sutton and Kerrich in the May issue of the “Structural Engineer” will be warmly welcomed, not only by designing structural engineers, but by all who work with reinforced concrete. C.S. Mackintosh

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