The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 25 (1947) > Issues > Issue 11 > Recent Trends in Structural Welding
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Recent Trends in Structural Welding

It is not proposed to describe in detail any welded structures but rather to review some recent developments in this country and abroad and to present a critical survey with certain conclusions and reccrrmendations. No attempt will be made to cover the vast field in every aspect or to treat the subject in a text-bock-like manner. Certain tendencies deserve attention and it is hoped that their discussion by you may stimulate practical progress. Among the selected subjects are statistical records, war-time and post-war developments, welding research, incentives to modern design, codes and regulations, improved welding processes, the economy of welded structures. Some slides and possibly a film will give examples of structural work actually done. O. Bondy

Author(s): Bondy, O

Keywords: welding;reviews;bridges