The Design of the Unbraced Stabbogen Arch Written Discussion on the paper by Chin Fung Kee, M.Sc., A
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The Design of the Unbraced Stabbogen Arch Written Discussion on the paper by Chin Fung Kee, M.Sc., A

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The Design of the Unbraced Stabbogen Arch Written Discussion on the paper by Chin Fung Kee, M.Sc., A
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Dr. W. G. GODDEN commented that the problem of both transverse and axial forces acting on a laterally unbraced arch rib within the range of elastic action raised two important issues, namely, the application of Southwell’s method, and the evaluation of stress from an assumed deflection profile.

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