The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 19 (1941) > Issues > Issue 2 > Some Problems in Structural Engineering
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Some Problems in Structural Engineering

THE primary object of this short paper is to create a discussion on certain aspects of some simple problems in structural engineering, therefore I claim your indulgence if, in order to arouse interest, some of my remarks may be presented in a slightly contentious manner. W. Cyril Cocking

Author(s): Cocking, W Cyril

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