The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 36 (1958) > Issues > Issue 13 > Structural Engineering Research
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Structural Engineering Research

PROFESSOR SIR ALFRED PUGSLEY , in his Presidential Address to the Institution, chose research as his theme. The present paper may serve to comment on some aspects of research that could not be included in the compass of Sir Alfred’s Address. Indeed, the contributions made to structural engineering by research workers over- the past fifty years are so many and so varied that many important developments are necessarily omitted from this brief article. F.G. Thomas