The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 11 (1933) > Issues > Issue 9 > Eccentrically Loaded Rivet Groups
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Eccentrically Loaded Rivet Groups

In July, 1927, the Institution of Structural Engineers issued a report entitled "Steelwork for Buildings." Part II of this report deals with Steelwork Connections, which subject is divided into (A) Eccentrically Loaded Rivet Groups, and (B) Connections: Beams to Beams. The main purpose of this report was to assist in the introduction of ,a standard method of calculation and to encourage the use of standard types of connections. Professor W.G. Sutton

Author(s): Sutton, W G