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The Single Storey Factory and the Rigid Frame. Discussion of Mr. F.R. Bullen's Paper

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The Single Storey Factory and the Rigid Frame. Discussion of Mr. F.R. Bullen's Paper
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Mr. S. VAUGHAN (Member of Council), proposing a vote of thanks to Mr. Bullen, said the paper was exceptionally interesting because it presented some facts and figures (however controversial these might be) which enabled a comparison to be made between various constructional solutions to a given pre-determined problem.

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