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The Problem of Mechanical Handling in Building Operations Discussion on the Paper by J. F. Eden, B.S

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The Problem of Mechanical Handling in Building Operations Discussion on the Paper by J. F. Eden, B.S
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THE PRESIDEST, introducing the authors, said that the paper was the result of the combined efforts of a mechanical and a civil engineer. Their work illustrated the valuable way in which the Building Research Station, like so many research establishments, had extended its operations since the war.

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