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Correspondence. Properties of Rolled Steel Joists
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In his design data notes on the properties of rolled steel joists, published in the current issue of The Structurul Engineer,* Dr. Gottfeldt raises the question of the criterion of elastic breakdown in the web of a mild steel beam.

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