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Some Expedients in Structural Analysis

The object of this Paper is to give a brief survey of some of the current methods and devices in Structural Analysis, which are proving themselves to be saving of labour or of time. Naturally, the time available in one lecture is too short to permit of proofs, or the solution of elaborate problems as illustrative examples, so that in all cases simple ones have been selected, even though by so doing the method illustrated has not always been shown to the best advantage, as compared with more historic methods. A Bibliography is given at the end, to enable those who wish to do so to follow up any of the methods given, which are published. As a certain number of the dodges are wholly or in part original, it is not possible to make this complete, since so far as the author is aware, this will be the first published information. On the other hand, many of the basic underlying principles are old and well established, and can be looked up in almost any standard text-book, so that it is hoped that the departure can be followed easily from the brief comments the author is able to make here. Jeffrey William Hitchen King

Author(s): King, Jeffrey William Hitchen

Keywords: analysis;methods;reviews