The Arup Journal 1966 Issue 3

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This third edition of The Arup Journal includes a bibliography of research bulletins and research reports issued by Ove Arup & Parners.

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This early issue of The Arup Journal includes: Who, or why, or where, or what is the Wali of Swat? A humorous meditation on names of then Arup staff members; Belts, braces and crutches - solving a difficult structural detail at Ireland House, New Bond Street, London, England; ‘By education most have been misled’ - a quote from John Dryden; commentary on fallacious received ideas in structural engineering; Rough concrete on site using the South Bank Development, London as an example; Research bulletins and research reports issued by Ove Arup & Partners; The Volta Bridges.

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