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"An Example of the Mechanical Solution of a Statically Indeterminate Structure." With Reference to Laboratory Tests on the Celluloid Model of a Six-Storey Steel Frame and the Transference of the results to the Full Scale Structure.

In the August number of The Structural Engineer a full discussion was published of the principles underlying the Mechanical Solution of Statically Indeterminate Structures, together with the description and operation of Professor Beggs’ Deformeter Apparatus. H.W. Coultas and V.H. Lawton