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The journal Építés –Építészettudomány and its predecessor in title have a significant place among the publications in civil engineering and architecture. To demonstrate this it should be noted that in the last 50 years 26 members of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (or those later becoming members) had publications in the journal: János Bogárdi, Elemér Bölcskei, György Csanádi, Pál Csonka, Gábor Domokos, József Finta, Zsolt Gáspár, László Gerevich, Gyula Hajnóczi, Ottó Halász, Ottó Haszpra, Sándor Kaliszky, Árpád Kézdi, László Kollár, Lajos Kollár, György Kovács, Márta Kovács Kurutzné, ErnőMarosi, GyőzőMichailich, Pál Michelberger, Emil Mosonyi, István Páczelt, László Palotás, János Szabó, Károly Széchy and Tibor Tarnai. They submitted 145 papers in total.If one decides to scan the titles of papers in the journal regarding mechanics (as a foreigner can do by the English or German titles in the contents), he or she can see not only the outlines of the scientific development in the country integrating the influence of international achievements in structural systems, materials, and technologies on in-situ reinforced concrete structures through panel or shell construction technologies to membrane structures and cable nets or biomechanics issues but at the same time can also witness nearly all stages of the history of this important half century in Hungarian mechanical science through the solutions developed for the new structural problems.Építés- És Közlekedéstudományi Közlemények (1957–1968)In the first year several authors dealt with continuous reinforced concrete beams. In the second year P. Csonka (1958)* gave approximative formulas for the stability analysis of precast structural elements, also providing error estimations from simplifications.From 1959 papers started appearing in the journal about statical and stability analysis of shells and shell arches, which later got incorporated in several popular books (Kollár, 1973; Kollár and Dulácska, 1975; Csonka, 1987).Even the prismatic bar with a straight axis is difficult to analyse if under torsion (L. Palotás, 1959), or if the boundary conditions are special (L. Lipták, 1960), or if pre-stressed (B. Goschy, Gy. Balázs, 1961). S. Kaliszky (1961) provided formulas for the loadbearing of concrete and reinforced concrete walls, while B. Andor and Gy. Iványi (1963) for bent reinforced concrete structures.Solutions for problems in mechanics had been sought using analytical methods before but from 1965 papers were published using matrix calculations or numerical methods. E. Béres (1965) showed the analysis of grids, while J. Szabó (1965) the calculation of state variables of cable nets by non-linear equation systems. B. Roller (1966) also studied cable roofs though using differential equations. Gy. Vértes (1968) published the first paper in dynamics regarding natural frequencies of vibration of high-rise buildings.Építés –Építészettudomány (1969–2006)_