Structural Engineering in Railway Work with Special Reference to Steelwork

Author: Campbell, J S

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Structural Engineering in Railway Work with Special Reference to Steelwork

The Structural Engineer
Structural Engineering in Railway Work with Special Reference to Steelwork
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Campbell, J S

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It can be said that structural steelwork is the same whether produced for normal uses or for railway work, but railway work presents very definite problems and difficulties which I hope this paper will show. J.S. Campbell

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