Author: Allden, D N de G;Severn, R T
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Allden, D N de G;Severn, R T
MR. KURT H. GERSTLE
The author's method of analysing braced frames will be welcomed by structural engineers. This discussion will touch on two different aspects of the paper: First, the effect of column continuity, and, secondly, the suitability of the proposed method to the various example problems presented.
THE PRESIDENT proposing a vote of thanks to the author, said the subject was fascinating and the Institution was extremely grateful to Mr. Kell for his paper.
Mr. M.Z. COHN
The background of Professor Neal's paper is to outline a very interesting property of redundant structures, which consists in conserving constant deflexions at the point of collapse, above a definite critical value of joint (or support) flexibility.