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Lightweight Fire Protection and the Structural Engineer. Discussion on the Paper by A. R. Mackay, A.

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Lightweight Fire Protection and the Structural Engineer. Discussion on the Paper by A. R. Mackay, A.
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Mr. A. W. HILL (Member) said that he had read the paper with considerable interest, but felt that Mr. Mackay had overstated his case.

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