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Mr R. J. M. Sutherland (F) (Harris & Sutherland): First, I would like to congratulate the authors not only on a very interesting paper but on applying more advanced techniques in masonry construction to one building than I have ever seen before.
Mr C. Tucker (M) (British Railways Board): I would like to contribute two points, one of which is a little out of order in that it is an extension on the scope of the paper, but nonetheless is most relevant and features somewhat novel engineering.
Micros and structural engineers This month we have two letters dealing with the use of microcomputers in structural engineering to fan the spark originally struck by Mr B. C. Bird in our April column. Mr Peter Carr has written from St Albans on the availability of computer programs. Verulam