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Presidential Address. Structural Engineering - What and Whither?

I propose to take as the text for my Address the definition of structural engineering, which is, as you all no doubt know, ‘Structural engineering is the science and art of designing and making with economy and elegance buildings, bridges, frameworks and other similar structures so that they can safely resist the forces to which they may be subjected’. C.J. Evans