Web Buckling and the Design of Webplates

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Web Buckling and the Design of Webplates

The Structural Engineer
Web Buckling and the Design of Webplates
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Rockey, K C

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THE phenomena of web buckling and its effect upon the load-carrying capacity of plate girders has been extensively studied in recent years. As a result much is now known about the behaviour of plane and stiffened webplates when subjected to the various load conditions normally encountered in plate girder design. K.C. Rockey

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