The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 20 (1942) > Issues > Issue 9 > Human Needs and the Engineer
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Human Needs and the Engineer

IT is nearly four years since the author first read in Manchester a paper entitled "Time and its effect in relation to Structures" (published Structural Engineer, June, 1939). The major portion of this period has been blighted by the war which has brought about both materially and physically more destruction than construction, more improvised experimentation than consideration and more structural improvisation than the correlated product of calculation. F.S. Snow

Author(s): Snow, F S