Welded Steel Structures - Recent Developments in Europe

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Welded Steel Structures - Recent Developments in Europe

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Welded Steel Structures - Recent Developments in Europe
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THROUGHOUT the Continent of Europe the use of metallic arc welding for steel structures is increasing apace. The quantity of work, embracing upwards of one hundred railway bridges, thirty highway bridges, twelve multi-storey buildings of six to twenty storeys, and some hundreds of factory buildings, is sufficiently impressive, but it is the range and variety of the applications which is most significant. A. Ramsay-Moon

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