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The 16-in. E.R.W. Tube Plant, Shotton Discussion on the Paper by W. T. Brooks, T. Burnett-Stuart (Gr


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The 16-in. E.R.W. Tube Plant, Shotton Discussion on the Paper by W. T. Brooks, T. Burnett-Stuart (Gr
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Mr. 0. BONDY (Member), described the paper as impressive, and invited the authors to enlarge on one or two technical points.

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