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The following is a short synopsis of the paper read by Mr. Alfred C. Bossom, F.R.I.B.A., M.P., at a meeting of the Yorkshire Branch of the Institution of Structural Engineers, held at Leeds on the 22nd Januay, 1944.
WHILST the world appraises the ingenuity of the Structural Engineer, marvels at his daring and skill, is it not strange he shows so little concern about the looks of the structures he so copiously spews on every hand?
D.T. Lloyd Jones
On the other hand, the analogy between notched bars, as shown in Fig. 2 of Dr. Abeles’ contribution, and a bar firmly gripped in concrete was obvious. Fig. 30, reproduced from (28), clearly illustrated the effect of a notch on the stress-strain diagram.