The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 62 (1984) > Issues > Issue 10 > Discussion on A Basis for the Design of Fire Protection of Building Structures by Margaret Law
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Discussion on A Basis for the Design of Fire Protection of Building Structures by Margaret Law

Dr. P. H. Thomas (Fire Research Station): I should like to congratulate Miss Law on her exposition of her approach to fire safety design. As one who has contributed to research into some of these matters, it is gratifying to find that, contrary to the views of those who say that it is too sophisticated for the simple answers needed, some research has longer-lasting design value than much short-term testing. The graphs and formulae presented by Miss Law are supported by theory. They are not the result of ad hoc experiments.