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Understanding Structural Behaviour

What follows is based on a contribution I was asked to make to the Institution’s Informal Study Group ‘Qualitative Analysis of Structural Behaviour’ at a meeting held to consider ‘Graduate understanding of structural behaviour’. My task was to give the perspective of a large practice; in developing such a perspective, I consulted many colleagues and found a remarkable unanimity of opinion. Nevertheless, the views expressed are not those of the Ove Arup Partnership, but my own. P.M. Morreau