Discussion on LUCID - an Aid to Structural Detailing by L.L. Jones
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Discussion on LUCID - an Aid to Structural Detailing by L.L. Jones


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Discussion on LUCID - an Aid to Structural Detailing by L.L. Jones
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Mr. J. E. C. Farebrother (F) : I have been asked to open this discussion in my capacity as Chairman of the Steering Committee of the LUCID organization. Len Jones has thanked almost everybody except himself and I would like to do that on behalf of the LUCID members.

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