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The Strength of Steel Angle Struts

ALTHOUGH the angle is the section most commonly used as a strut, we have had some doubt in the past as to the actual strength of steel angle struts when connected in the manner commonly employed in roof-truss, trestle and other framework. In Bulletin No. 218, issued by the United States Bureau of Standards, results are given of an investigation into the subject made by Messrs. A. H. Stang and L. R. Strickenberg.