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'The detailing of reinforced concrete' was published by the Concrete Society in conjunction with the Institution in August 1968. The Joint Committee have considered any additional recommendations necessary mainly as a result of decisions taken since their original report was drafted. A revised version, in wholly metric terms will be published later this year. Copies of the 1968 version are still available, price S7 each, from the Concrete Society, Terminal House, London SW7.
Mr. S.T. Jones: 'At a meeting of professional structural engineers my view of this particular work is from a rather different angle from that of anyone else in the hall; it is from the rather unusual position of a highway operator.'
Good approximations to engineering problems are, if anything, more important than lengthy rigorous solutions. This is particularly true in the dynamic analysis of structures since dynamic stability does not usually enter the design of a structure but will only be taken into consideration with regard to the safety of the established