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Prestressed Steel Structures

The title of the present paper will be surprising to many engineers who, being familiar with prestressed concrete, will not understand at first sight what can justify the application of the same principles to constructions made in structural steel. G. Magnel

Author(s): Magnel, G

Keywords: prestressed steel;introductions;beams;analysis;comparing;prestressed concrete