The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 77 (1999) > Issues > Issue 19 > Correspondence on Gas Explosions in Buildings in the UK: Regulations and Risk by Dr. B.R. Ellis and
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Correspondence on Gas Explosions in Buildings in the UK: Regulations and Risk by Dr. B.R. Ellis and Ms D.M. Currie

Dr W.W.L. Chan (F) I congratulate the authors (and thank them!) on their excellent and timely paper, drawing together some 25 years’ statistical data on gas explosions. At last we have a rational basis for reviewing acceptable risk and accidental design pressure!