Metrification of Force, Stress and Loading in Structural Engineering
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Metrification of Force, Stress and Loading in Structural Engineering

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Metrification of Force, Stress and Loading in Structural Engineering
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As progress towards the change to metric gathers speed and new metric versions of the various structural Codes of Practice are published, there is a great deal of discussion about the metric units adopted to express force, stress and loading.

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