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Dr. Graham Owens (Imperial College of Science & Technology): As the person responsible for the development of the testing arrangements for the large-scale model I would like to say a few words about the particular difficulties of applying hydrostatic loading for a test to failure on a model of this scale and shape.
The Rules of Conduct were approved by the Council of the Institution on 29 June 1972, in accordance with the terms of the Charter and of Bye-Law 85.
This paper describes the design and construction of a district postal sorting office in North West London. The earlier use of the site and its location in relation to the Regent's Canal gave rise to the need for special consideration of the substructure. Particular reference is made to the problems arising from the removal of a former railway embankment and the soil movements likely to result. The way in which the design was developed in stages from feasibility to construction is described. K.C. White, A.P. Myers and A.H. Dutton