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Design and Load Carrying Capacity of Welded Design and Load Carrying Capacity of Welded Battened Struts

A BATTENED strut is built up from two or more main members*, which carry the axial load, and which are held at a fixed distance by cross-members. F. Koenigsberger

Author(s): Koenigsberger, F;Mohsin, M E

Keywords: struts;design;analysis