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This paper sets out the rrsults of an investigation carried out by the Structural Engineering department of ESCOM to determine, if possible, the most economical design for steel frame power station buildings in South Africa.
THE CHAIRMAN proposed with very great pleasure a vote of thanks to Mr. Frost for his quite remarkable review of the structural work in power stations in South Africa.
Crane gantry girders are particularly important in steelworks cranes, and experience shows that there is scope for improvement in the girder design. An endeavour has accordingly been made in this paper to show how improved design and resulting economy can be achieved by closer adherence to fundamental theory and to the best practice.
J.S. Terrington and J.M. Hawkes