Static Stresses in Electric Overhead Travelling Crane Girders
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Static Stresses in Electric Overhead Travelling Crane Girders

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Static Stresses in Electric Overhead Travelling Crane Girders
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MOST electric overhead travelling cranes include two lattice-type box girders as the bridge for the ‘crab’ which hoists the load. The structural action of these girders is the subject of this extensive experimental and theoretical study. E. Lightfoot and N. Jackson

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