Approximate Strut Formulae

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Approximate Strut Formulae

The Structural Engineer
Approximate Strut Formulae
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ALTHOUGH the formulae of B.S.S. 449-1935, and the L.C.C. Code should now be used by the designer, the Rankine formula has, for certain purposes, stood the test of time since it was first evolved by Gordon, Schwarz, and Rankine about 1860. H.A. Warren

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