The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 44 (1966) > Issues > Issue 11 > New Concepts in the Design of Structural Concrete. Further discussion on the paper by R. E. Rowe MA
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New Concepts in the Design of Structural Concrete. Further discussion on the paper by R. E. Rowe MA ScD AMlStructE AMICE, (Associate-Member of Council), W. B. Cranston BSc PhD and B. C. Best BSc

Dr. Rowe said that the second presentation of the paper might be considered analogous to the second reading of a Parliamentary Bill, with the Code of Practice Committee possibly representing the Upper House! However, should the analogy be taken too far, Dr. Rowe added that he and his colleagues regarded it as an indication of the very considerable argument and controversy, which was going on throughout structural engineering, concerning the new philosophies of design which were being considered and the new concepts which were being propounded.