The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 17 (1939) > Issues > Issue 1 > The Hingeless Parabolic Arch III. Effect of Rib-Shortening
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The Hingeless Parabolic Arch III. Effect of Rib-Shortening

In at least three recent text-books, one on the design of arches, one on theory of elasticity, and one on theory of structures, the effect of rib-shortening is dismissed as being of little importance, whereas other authorities recommend that it should be taken into account in all designs. R.J. Cornish

Author(s): Cornish, R J

Keywords: arches