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Correspondence. Structural Aspects of the Brabazon Assembly Hall

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Correspondence. Structural Aspects of the Brabazon Assembly Hall
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Dear Sir, I am not altogether surprised to find what appear to be misprints in the calculations given in Fig. 4, as similar misprints were tound in the published calculations for an even larger structure, the Sydney Harbour Bridge, but too late to bring the matter up at the time. In the present paper there appear to be three points in Fig. 4 which require elucidation.

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