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Shakedown Analysis. Discussion on the paper by J. Heyman M A PhD CEng FICE, R. P. Johnson M A CEng AMlStructE MICE,

The Chairman: ' I wonder if the authors could answer a very simple question: prior to the meeting they gave me an explanation of the savings which were made, and mentioned certain weights of steel that were involved, how many of these structures are designed or have been designed in this way, and what is the potential for the future? '