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A Useful Method of Moment Distribution
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A method of moment distribution is described which is performed on a line-diagram of the structure, the geometry of the structure being conventionalized to facilitate tabulation. The same method of setting-out is useful also for general tabulation purposes. W.E. Bowman

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