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The Strength of Struts Having Ends Elastically Direction-Restrained

Struts as usually employed in practice have their ends neither "fixed" nor “hinged” to the degree of perfection assumed in the simpler strut formulae and theories, at present existing. H.A. Warren

Author(s): Warren, H A

Keywords: strength;struts;design;analysis;worked examples