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For the purposes of this paper it is proposed to define a ' Tall Building ' as one of 20 storeys or more, i.e. upwards of 200 feet high.
J. R. Kell
The use of an Electronic Digital Computer has made it possible to calculate accurately and quickly bending moment coefficients which arise in monolithic skew slabs and examples are given showing a few of the figures obtained.
D. W. Brewster
On 20 July last, under ref. BRA/1068/2, the DOE addressed the letter given below to local authorities, new town development corporations, etc. The letter contains an assessment of the BRE Report on the failure of roof beams at Sir John Cass's Foundation and Red Coat Church of England Secondary School, Stepney, and sets out a programme of action for inspection and assessment. Attached to the letter was an annex 'Suggestions for testing high alumina cement concrete' which is published on page 326.