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Timber Engineering - Some Aspects of Research, Design and Industrialization in Relation to Code of Practice CP112. Discussion on the paper by P. O. Reece CEng MIStructE AMlCE

The Chairman: 'I think perhaps Mr. Reece has been a little less controversial than I had hoped he would be, but I trust that there are members in the audience who will draw out the very finest which Mr. Reece can produce in the discussion to follow. I think the open frankness of general approach in the paper is one which made me rather proud that we had a contributor who would write things in such terms, and we as an Institution were prepared to publish, for instance, such a statement as appears in the paper at the bottom of page 102, " What do we do about this?" Also, "Do we give up the analytical ghost...". It is that kind of expression which I think has a lot of hard thinking behind it.'