The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 33 (1955) > Issues > Issue 7 > A Note on the Problem of Rapid Design of Multi-Storey Frames
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A Note on the Problem of Rapid Design of Multi-Storey Frames

RAPID design of multi-storey frames has received attention mainly as a result of new techniques, such as limit analysis, electronic and analogue computers, developments in nomography and so on. The elaborate results of present-day research apparently conflict with the stringent demands for rapid design, and it may be helpful in view of correspondence on a previous paper by the author to consider the basic factors that influence the formulation of rapid design methods. R.H. Wood