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Arc-Welded Bridges - A Survey

THE art of building bridges by arc welding is in its infancy, but it is possible already to discern some well-defined trends of development. Welding has been applied to the construction of small span bridges of all types and for spans up to 300 feet. A. Ramsay Moon

Author(s): Moon, A Ramsay