The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 33 (1955) > Issues > Issue 8 > Brittle Fracture Problems in Steel Construction Discussion on the Paper by Mr. G. M. Boyd
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Brittle Fracture Problems in Steel Construction Discussion on the Paper by Mr. G. M. Boyd

THE PRESIDEST, introducing Mr. G. M. Boyd, said he was able to speak with considerable experience on brittle fracture problems in steel construction, a subject which had been with us for a long time and which had become of very considerable importance within recent years.