Correspondence. ‘ The Volume Integration Method of Structural Analysis ’ by Sushil Ghose
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Correspondence. ‘ The Volume Integration Method of Structural Analysis ’ by Sushil Ghose

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Correspondence. ‘ The Volume Integration Method of Structural Analysis ’ by Sushil Ghose
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Mr. M. E. Richards writes:- ‘The author states in this paper that this method of analysis is not taught in Britain. I should like to point out that numerical methods of volume integration are now being taught at Korthampton College of Advanced Technology, London to civil engineering students.'

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