The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 42 (1964) > Issues > Issue 6 > A Survey of Industrial Buildings in Hungary. Discussion on the paper by István Száva
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A Survey of Industrial Buildings in Hungary. Discussion on the paper by István Száva

Dr. D. D. Matthews (Vice-president) had a series of technical questions to put to the author. What did he consider to be the maximum practicable weight to handle on a building site? Fig 3 of the paper showed some hammer head cranes of a type that Dr. Matthews had seen only in Eastern Europe. He was interested to have any data that could be given about the loads these could carry, as well as the speed of lifting.