The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 32 (1954) > Issues > Issue 5 > Some Economic Aspects of Single Storey Shed Design
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Some Economic Aspects of Single Storey Shed Design

Of the constructions that fall to the lot of the structural engineer, single storey sheds are perhaps the most prosaic. The traditional medium for such buildings has, for many years, been light latticed rolled steelwork which to a great degree has become standardised by commercial usage. R.P. Haines

Author(s): Haines, R P

Keywords: industrial buildings;reinforced concrete;steel;portal frames;arches;design;materials;costs;comparing;low rise;plastic methods;prestressed concrete