The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 2 (1924) > Issues > Issue 2 > Lancashire and Cheshire Branch. Discussion on Paper “ The Practical Designing of Structural Steelwor
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Lancashire and Cheshire Branch. Discussion on Paper “ The Practical Designing of Structural Steelwork Details and Clark's Loading"

Prof. S. W. Perrott, in opening the discussion, said he would like to suggest that each member taking part would mention his name. As Mr. Clarke was not present to hear the remarks it was essential in dealing with each point in the paper, to do so as clearly as possible in order that the reports sent forward to Mr. Clarke would be as clear as possible. Continuing, he said that this was a paper very suitable for meetings, and one which should be welcomed because matters of this kind were always wanted to deal with. It is in the details that new things can be done with great advantage. The suggestions set out in this paper formed a type of detail which might be of great use to structural engineers. He hoped everyone would contribute to it. The Hon. Secretary then read a written criticism from Mr. Durose which we hope to publish in a later issue.