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The Structural Engineer and Modern Problems - Presidential Address

Every age brings its problems,; but the inevitable march of civilisation presents new phases to problems of great antiquity. Some problems of the present age are quite new, born of the conditions and requirements of modern times. Sir Charles T. Ruthen