Repeated Stresses on Structures

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Repeated Stresses on Structures

The Structural Engineer
Repeated Stresses on Structures
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PART I. REPEATED STRESSES ON STEEL STRUCTURES. The design of structures of steel and reinforced concrete can roughly be divided into three classes: (1) in which the dead loads and thus the stresses in the structures are large as compared with any moving loads that may come on to the structures; (2) structures in which the stresses due to moving loads may be large as compared with those due to the dead loads; and (3) structures in which the dead and live load stresses may be of the same order of magnitude. Emeritus Professor F. C. Lea

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