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Correspondence. ' The Critical Load of Trusses with Redundant Members ' by A. Bolton, published in T

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Correspondence. ' The Critical Load of Trusses with Redundant Members ' by A. Bolton, published in T
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Mr. K. A. Sculley (Research Student, Civil Engineering Department, University of Melbourne) writes: 'Contributions on this subject have been made by Masurs, Murray, Waters and Schmidt.'

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