The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 35 (1957) > Issues > Issue 5 > Some Notes on the Use of High Preload Bolts in the United Kingdom
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Some Notes on the Use of High Preload Bolts in the United Kingdom

IN North America the high preload bolt, or the high strength bolt as it is more commonly known, is rapidly replacing the hot driven rivet and black bolt as the means of making site connections in structural steelwork. In the United Kingdom increasing use is being made of this new technique. F. M. Easton, E. M. Lewis and D. T. Wright

Author(s): Easton, F M;Lewis, E M;Wright, D T

Keywords: hsfg bolts