The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 6 (1918) > Issues > Issue 2 > Some notes on wind pressure
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Some notes on wind pressure

A WRITER in the Encyclopaedia Britannica states that wind pressure is "supposed to interest the engineer and the navigator"; if we drop the latter and substitute the architect we can say that it is supposed to interest this Institute. R. Graham Keevil