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The Design and Construction of Steel Framed Buildings

In this paper it is the author’s desire to discuss, as far as time permits, some methods of stress computation for various types of structures used, in steel-framed buildings, and the design of the steel framework to withstand the stresses. V.H. Lawton

Author(s): Lawton, V H

Keywords: steel;frames;design;construction work;low rise;wind loads;multistorey buildings