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Discussion on Ductility in Reinforced Concrete: Why is it needed and How is it Achieved? by Professor A.W. Beeby

The Chairman Thank you very much, Professor Beeby, for that fascinating presentation. I think you have not only told us a lot about the history of the development of the requirements that we are using these days but have also given us a considerable insight into the problems that we are involved with in trying to think in terms of ductility. The paper you have presented and the work we have heard about has implications for very many people who work in the structural engineering world. Obviously, there is an indication for Code writers. We have a few Code writers here tonight.