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An Experimental Investigation of Plastic Collapse of Structural Members under Combined Bending and Torsion

Most of the large amount of work on plastic collapse of structures has been concerned with the collapse of structures loaded in their own plane and hence the members are subjected only to bending moment, end load and shear force. S.S. Gill and J.K.G. Boucher

Author(s): Gill, S S;Boucher, J K G

Keywords: deflection;torsion;failures;effects;hinges;structural elements;steel