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INTRODUCING the Author of the paper, the PRESIDENT said Dr. Bateman was elected to Associate Membership of the Institution in 1932 and transferred to full Membership in 1949, and at the present time he was on the staff of the Royal Aircraft Establishment at Farnborough.
THE subject of this paper is an extremely wide one since it embraces a large portion of the whole field of structural engineering. It is, therefore, impossible to deal with all aspects of it in the space available. Certain parts of the subject can only be
touched on briefly and the Author proposes to deal with it mostly in general terms.
THE buildings for the Diffusion Plant at the atomic energy factory at Capenhurst provided the structural engineer with some interesting problems.