The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 47 (1969) > Issues > Issue 1 > Priorities in Structural Engineering
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Priorities in Structural Engineering

The paper opens by reviewing the effort devoted to research in relation to expenditure in the construction industry and compares this with other industries. It shows that a substantial sum is spent on structural engineering research and that, while there may be a need for further effort, it is essential for the present scale of effort to be closely co-ordinated and directed at real problems. S.C.C. Bate