Universal Beams and their Application

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Universal Beams and their Application

The Structural Engineer
Universal Beams and their Application
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Barlow, S;Foster, G

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STRUCTURAL Engineering throughout the world is influenced almost as much by the quality and efficiency of the rolled steel sections available to the engineer as by the price of steel relative to the cost of other construction materials and labour. S. Barlow and G. Foster

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