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Discussion on Steel for Structural Purposes

The Chairman, Mr. R. H. H. Stanger, said that the Institution had had an extraordinarily interesting lecture from Dr. Hatfield, who, as the head of the Brown-Firth Research Laboratories in Sheffield-the laboratories which discovered stainless or rustless steel-was well known to all the members. He thought he could say that the high tensile steel which Dr. Hatfield mentioned in the early part of his lecture waa still rather expensive for ordinary building construction.