The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 13 (1935) > Issues > Issue 6 > Arc Welding for Multiple Storey Steel Frame Structures
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Arc Welding for Multiple Storey Steel Frame Structures

THE use of arc welding in multiple storey steel frame buildings is quite a recent development, but already sufficient structures have been erected to enable the nature of the problem to be appreciated and the probable future progress to be estimated. It is certain that when efficient workshop methods are adopted and proficiency in erection acquired, welding will gradually become the normal method of construction. A. Ramsay Moon

Author(s): Moon, A Ramsay

Keywords: welding;multistorey buildings;steel;frames;connections;design;rigid;column bases;splices;brackets