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Structural Engineering Implications of the London Traffic Survey. Discussion presented by O. A. Kerensky CBE BSc MlStructE MICE (Member of Council)

A discussion meeting will be held on Thursday 14 January 1965 at the Institution to discuss the structural engineering implications of the London Traffic Survey; open discussion will be guided by a panel comprising:- 0. A. Kerensky (Member of Council), Chairman K. H. Best, BEng, MIStructE, MICE R. L. Cox P. Stott, MA, MICE K. Summerfield, MSc, AMIStructE, AMICE