The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 29 (1951) > Issues > Issue 1 > Steel Economy Discussion of Mr. R. Creasy's Paper
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Steel Economy Discussion of Mr. R. Creasy's Paper

The AUTHOR introduced his paper by saying that in his view economies in material ought not to be achieved by a disproportionate expenditure of human energy or loss of amenities, and he hoped that if the paper had been studied in this light there would be found much of interest which was not necessarily confined to a period of steel shortage.