The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 73 (1995) > Issues > Issue 23/24 > Discussion on The Springs of Invention Revisited by Dr R.J. Mainstone
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Discussion on The Springs of Invention Revisited by Dr R.J. Mainstone

Mr R. J. M. Sutherland (F) What struck me at the end is that no new ideas are coming out of calculation. Is not that what you are saying? I have been trying to think of some new ideas that derive from mathematics rather than from concepts relating to the way things have worked. Can you think of any?