Standard: £9 + VAT
Members/Subscribers, log in to access
An IStructE account gives you access to a world of knowledge. Create a profile to receive details of our unique range of resources, events and training.
Mr. L. G. Deuce: ‘In connection with the composite deck no mention is made of the torsional stress in the slab. In my experience it is often quite onerous in the case of a heavily skewed deck. The load factor could, I suggest be near unity. I wonder if there was any sign of torsional failure in the deck slabs.'
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN by order of the Committee of Management that an Extraordinary General Meeting of Voting Contributors of the Institution of Structural Engineers Benevolent Fund will be held at 11 Upper Belgrave Street, London SW1, on Thursday 22 October 1970 at 6 pm to consider and if thought fit to pass the following Resolution: That the Rules in the terms set out in the document presented to the meeting and certified as such by the Chairman, with such amendments thereto, if any, as the Registrar of Friendly Societies may propose and the Committee of Management accept, be approved and adopted as the Rules of the Institution of Structural Engineers Benevolent Fund in substitution for and to the exclusion of all existing Rules thereof.
The General Prismatic Strut W. E. Bowman The following is a precis of a paper which is filed in the Institution’s Library (reference X(25)). Copies are available for borrowing by members of the Institution in the United Kingdom or can be consulted at the Institution.