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The Lateral and Transverse Bracing of Bridges, IV.


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Figs. 27 and 28 indicate the character of the bending moments created in the transverse plane by the application of a lateral load such as wind pressure at the upper panel points, in combination with those due to vertical loading, together with the character of the bending or distortion of the members, this latter being much exaggerated. Professor J. Husband

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