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Calculations and details for steel frame buildings from the draughtsman's standpoint

I MAKE no apology in bringing this paper to your notice, because I believe that the Draughtsman's point of view in the methods of calculation and preparation of details for modern steel-frame buildings is a most important one and is seldom considered. W. Cyril Cocking