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THE Chairman conveyed to the meeting the apologies of Mr. Stanley Vaughan, (President), and Major R. F. Maitland, (Secretary), who were attending another function in the interests of the Institution.
In Part I of this series we have discussed thelateral stability of tall single bay frames. General formulae relating to the sway of members when stability effects are important were given and these will be used again herein. To introduce the problem a particular family of single bay frames was solved analytically and an extension to multi-bay frames was also given.
R. E. Bowles and W. Merchant
The opportunity to use a universally accepted, objective, and comprehensive guide to assessing crack damage in existing buildings is an appealing idea to every engineer involved in this field. It would no doubt be welcomed by the loss adjusters who have to advise insurers on claims, by chartered surveyors who often call in engineers for advice, and by Building Control Officers who have to vet and approve our solutions.
Mr. S.V. Thomson