The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 12 (1934) > Issues > Issue 9 > Notes on the Riveting of High Tensile Structural Steels
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Notes on the Riveting of High Tensile Structural Steels

THE introduction of high tensile steels for structural work, in common with all new developments, has created a number of practical problems for the engineer and the metallurgist alike. Among these problems one of the most interesting at this moment is provided by the necessity for obtaining a reliable and efficient riveted joint. William Barr

Author(s): Barr, William

Keywords: riveting;high strength;steel;properties;mild steel;comparing;performance