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Polarised Light and its Applications to Engineering1

Nature volume 96, pages 718723 (24 February 1916) | Download Citation



ONE of the fundamental questions which arises in the majority of engineering problems is the design of a structure or machine which will carry out some predetermined work in an efficient and economical manner, and whatever the problem may be, it is almost invariably bound up with the arrangement of a number of connected parts designed to resist loads which are imposed upon them.

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