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A Method of Deriving Influence Lines for a Symmetrical Arrangement of Spans of Uniform Section

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A Method of Deriving Influence Lines for a Symmetrical Arrangement of Spans of Uniform Section
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It is often found in the design of bridges, and sometimes in the design of floor slabs and beams for buildings, that the spans are of uniform section and symmetrically placed. C. Lawrence

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