The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 39 (1961) > Issues > Issue 3 > Model Methods, with Particular Reference to Three Recent Applications in the Fields of Steel, Compos
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Model Methods, with Particular Reference to Three Recent Applications in the Fields of Steel, Composite and Concrete Construction

Available model methods are briefly described and examples are given from published work to indicate some of the design problems which have been solved with the help of models. A more detailed description is then given of the use of models at Imperial College by the authors to study respectively erection problems in a prestressed steel bridge, the stiffnesses and stresses in the reinforced concrete services tower of a tall steel framed building, and the stresses and deformations in a concrete arch dam. S. R. Sparkes and J. C. Chapman