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The Torsional Stiffness of Fabricated Members

THIS paper is one of a series of studies on the torsional resistance of non-circular sections and is part of a programme carried out under the direction of Professor W. Fisher Cassie in the Department of Civil Engineering, King’s. College, University of Durham. Previous papers in this series have been published in The Structural Engineer and are listed at the head of the bibliography. A.R. Gent

Author(s): Gent, A R

Keywords: torsion;stiffness;rivets;structural elements;spot welds;behaviour