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Correspondence. ' Ultimate Strength of Plane Curved Girders ' by Dr. E. O. Imegwu, published in The

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Correspondence. ' Ultimate Strength of Plane Curved Girders ' by Dr. E. O. Imegwu, published in The
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Dr. Neil Jackson (Queen's College, Dundee) writes:- 'Dr. Imegwu's analytical approach is a useful contribution but his method requires further clarification if incorrect solutions are to be clearly recognized. Dr. Imegwu has commented briefly on this in section 8 of his paper.'

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