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Correspondence. Elementary Beam Theory

Sir, I owe an apology for the undue compression of my letter on- the above subject in the July issue of the STRUCTURAL ENGINEER. The reason was that I was uncertain whether the point was novel or not. It seems from Mr. Cornish’s letter in the current issue-for which I am obliged-that it is novel. I would therefore like to set out the argument in more detail, taking a rather different line of approach.