Notes on Steel Highway Bridges

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Notes on Steel Highway Bridges

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Notes on Steel Highway Bridges
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The scope of this paper is limited generally to the construction of bridges in steel, up to a limit of 250-ft. span. This range covers by far the majority of bridges which have been and will be undertaken in this country. T.C. Grisenthwaite

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