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New Developments in Structural Analysis and Designs by Means of the Electronic Computer (1) Application of an Electronic Digital Computer to Structural Steel Design

The United Steel Company’s Pegasus Computer was installed in Sheffield in February, 1958, and one of the first major tasks assigned to the programming staff was in the field of structural steel design. This particular application of the computer had been suggested by the United Steel Structural Company with a view to employing the machine on their problems. L. Morgan

Author(s): Morgan, L

Keywords: computers;steel;design;using;philosophy