The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 12 (1934) > Issues > Issue 3 > The Actual Strength of Steel I-Beams
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The Actual Strength of Steel I-Beams

Mr. Andrews began by recalling that almost exactly ten years ago Mr. A. S. Spencer had read a paper before the Institution on the strength of beams, and had based the opinions expressed therein upon some of the results which he had found quoted in a well-known textbook, according to which the strength of steel beams under test was actually more than had been thought to be the case. Ewart S. Andrews

Author(s): Andrews, Ewart S

Keywords: strength;steel;ibeams;tests