The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 44 (1966) > Issues > Issue 4 > Radio Towers. Discussion on the paper by L. R. Creasy OBE BSc MIStructE MICE (Member of Council), H.
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Radio Towers. Discussion on the paper by L. R. Creasy OBE BSc MIStructE MICE (Member of Council), H. C. Adams BSc AMICE and S. G. Silhan MIStructE

Dr. A. J. Dutt (Senior Engineer, Special Structures, Greater London Council) said the London Museum Radio Tower-the tallest in this country-was one of the nicest buildings, and a centre of tourist attraction, not only from the point of view of functional requirements but also from the architectural point of view. Proper assessment of wind loading was one of the principal structural design considerations for these towers and Dr. Dutt wanted to raise a few points on that aspect.