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Modern Trends in Steel Construction

I. The evolution of steel construction, like any evolution, displays external and internal characteristics. The external characteristics are nearly always more evident, and can thus be more easily recognised than the internal ones. On the other hand, it is very often only the internal or intellectual characteristics that make evolution possible. In steel construction particularly, the external evolution and the great progress made during the last 1OO years would not have been possible without the evolution of the corresponding scientific bases. Professor Dr. F. Stussi

Author(s): Stussi, F

Keywords: steel;design;construction work;stability;buckling;history