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Discussion on the Economics of Steelwork Design by F.H. Needham

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Discussion on the Economics of Steelwork Design by F.H. Needham
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The President: Do you discern any trends for the future, in either basic designs or detailing, owing to new methods of fabrication? At the same time, bearing in mind the multiplicity of factors involved, what uses do you see for computer programming of optimisation of design, which is currently exercising the minds of the academic world?

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