The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 65 (1987) > Issues > Issue 4 > Discussion on Design Philosophy for Long Spans in Buildings and Bridges by J. Bobrowski
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Discussion on Design Philosophy for Long Spans in Buildings and Bridges by J. Bobrowski

Mr G. M. Rose (F): Dr. Bobrowski’s highlighting of the assertion that increase in span must always mean an increase in price/cost is something that should receive the priority attention of this Institution, until that popular misconception held by so many engineers, accountants, and industrialists alike, is finally laid to rest.