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Correspondence. Eccentrically Loaded Rivet Connections

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Correspondence. Eccentrically Loaded Rivet Connections
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SIR,-Professor W. G. Sutton’s contribution on rivet groups in The Structural Engineer for September adds materially to the understanding of the subject.

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